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These days there’s a terrible trend going around; release a game in an unfinished state and then patch it or add more content later on. We’ve seen this with games like Sea of Thieves, No Mans Sky, and more recently, ...Read More
A few years ago I bought a game on the PlayStation 4, a game which looked absolutely stunning, like an interactive watercolour, from a rare genre at the time, a full point-and-click adventure game on modern consoles. Sure, in recent ...Read More