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    Kathy Rain: Director’s Cut is Coming to Steam This Year

    Just in time for Steam’s Big Adventure Event, Clifftop Games and Raw Fury are reigniting a catalogue classic with Kathy Rain: Director’s Cut, full of new content, atmosphere, and an unforgettable mystery. 01/21/2021 – Stockholm – Return to Conwell Springs when the award-winning adventure Kathy Rain re-emerges in the Director’s Cut edition, featuring an extended story with more puzzles to solve and new areas to explore. Witness the rise of an iconic detective as you uncover a dark and sinister truth hiding beneath the calm exterior of a small rural town.

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    Announcing Where Birds Go to Sleep

    In development by Quiet Little Feet, Where Birds Go to Sleep is an emotional narrative-driven adventure set in a fictional Near East-inspired land, brought to life in a painterly artstyle, with voice-acted dialogue and original score. Become the whisper in the subconscious of a sadistic criminal, on a gruelling church mission to chart new lands shrouded in a mind-altering fog. Contemplate on your actions; fail to justify them and you might find the protagonist not heeding your commands. Regret or rejoice, grieve or laugh together… or independently of each other. There will be consequences.

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    Announcement details pave the way for Open Roads

    Road trip adventures have always held a certain appeal, but surely never more so than at a time when we’re all cooped up and itching to get out. Fortunately, it’s looking more and more likely that we’ll be able to do just that next year – not only physically, but virtually as well in the form of Open Roads, a new adventure from Fullbright, the creator of Gone Home and Tacoma.

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    Whispers Of A Machine

    The strangest of feelings emerge when someone thinks that he’s about to end his mortality and declare himself a god. What could he possibly do? Does the end always justify the means? Even if it is murder? That kind of moral dilemma is the main theme of Raw fury’s latest installment, Whispers Of a Machine and it’s a difficult one to answer.

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    Lost Horizon 2

    There are two rules in life. 1st rule is when something is likely to go wrong will probably go (Murphy’s law) and the second rule is that the sequel does not exceed the high standards of the 1st. The exceptions you think exist, exist only to confirm the above rules. For those who disagree, proceed immediately with the review below. Before proceeding to my criticism I would like to make it clear that the first and second Lost Horizon games, I played them back to back and so the experience of each game and any comparisons it was reasonable to do next. I liked the first Lost Horizon since it…

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    Sherlock Holmes – The Devil’s daughter

    Frogwares, the company behind the successful Sherlock Holmes franchise is back with their latest installment, giving us a new Sherlock Holmes adventure, while maintaining the same time the game mechanics that were introduced in Crimes and Punishments. But unlike the title, the Devil lies in the details, and sometimes that’s what this is all about.