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Uncover an intergalactic mystery in The Station

Star Trek is one of my favourite science fiction universes. A galaxy where humanity has overcome nearly all petty national differences to establish a futuristic, utopian world without money, based on bettering each other and the rest of society. Earth represents just a part of the greater United Federation of...
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A Case of Distrust feels like a detective novel in videogame form

After so many years of text adventures languishing in relative obscurity, it’s great to see them start getting more attention thanks to works like 80 Days, Subsurface Circular, and more. Most of the recent examples excelled because of how they used the form in new and fascinating ways to help...
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Monster Hunter World is a huge, demanding but ultimately rewarding experience

The journey of following a series like Monster Hunter is a perilous one. Capcom’s long-running franchise has always been know to suffer from obtuse design decisions, having impenetrable mechanics, and being extremely unfriendly to newcomers. Its fans are considered to be among of the most dedicated, and frankly, sometimes a...
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