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7 Games to Check Out in the Devolver Digital Sale

Devolver Digital’s got a huge sale on Steam right now — it runs until the 16th, and a ton of their titles are marked down. If you’re looking to pick something up, here are some games you should consider. Some of these made huge splashes when they were released, while…

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The Fancies 2021: Fūnk-é’s Games of the Year 2021

Sweet! We made it to the end. I’m glad we got through this. The year 2021 started off rough for me. My cat Joemama, one of my best friends in the world, passed away suddenly in January. I’ve dealt with death before, but only as a child, tangentially saying goodbye…

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Games of 2021 As Pokemon

Chicory: A Colorful Tale Resident Evil: Village Before Your Eyes Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury 12 Minutes     Life is Strange: True Colors Boyfriend Dungeon Tales of Arise Operation: Tango Gnosia The Last Friend Previous years as Pokemon: Games of 2020 As Pokemon Games of 2019 as…

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Kill Your Backlogs

We’re nearing the end of the year, which in video games world means one thing — Game of the Year discussions, awards, and events. I always tell myself it’s going to be different, but every year plays out the same. All through winter, spring, and summer I find myself adding…

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Death’s Door Tells a Tragic Tale of Limitless Life

I don’t think I can do this. In one of the final battles, I’m forced to use every piece of equipment in my pockets in a desperate attempt to match the pace of this boss, and I’m failing. It’s a lot to manage at once!  He’s summoned up an arsenal…

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Death’s Door Has a Promising and Intriguing Opening

In all kinds of fiction, there’s a fascination with death as a bureaucracy. The finality of it all is maybe slightly lessened or made more palatable if we think of the great beyond as pencil-pushers doing their jobs the same way we spend most of our lives. Death’s Door, an…

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