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Review: Fez Pocket Edition review – Is it still as good on touchscreen?

Review: Fez Pocket Edition review – Is it still as good on touchscreen?

2017 has seen a good deal of famous indie games finally making their way to mobile. We've had The Witness, we've had The Talos Principle, and now it's the turn of Fez to make a surprise entry onto the scene.If you've not heard of it, it's a clever puzzling platformer that sees you messing around with the dimensions of ...

Review: The Sexy Brutale – A brutal, sexy murder-mystery game?

Review: The Sexy Brutale – A brutal, sexy murder-mystery game?

A game that's got murder, mystery, masquerade, and a Groundhog Day-like key element sounds pretty great, right?The Sexy Brutale has rave reviews on Steam and there was a surge of excitement surrounding the Switch's release, but the experience is a bit mixed overall. Though it's endearing and utterly brilliant in ...

You can now pre-order apps and games on the App Store

You can now pre-order apps and games on the App Store

So, here's an interesting tidbit for you this fine Tuesday morning. The App Store now lets you pre-order apps, and it's rather interesting. According to Apple's partner post yesterday, the App Store's now releasing the app page ahead of time so that consumers can put their cash in early and hopefully be aware of ...

Review: Ruya review – A calming and different match-stuff puzzler

Review: Ruya review – A calming and different match-stuff puzzler

Sometimes match-stuff puzzlers follow the same old boring formula.You can pretty much predict when they're going to throw new mechanics into the mix, and if you've been paying attention you're going to be able to predict when the pay walls are going to slam down.Ruya is different. Ruya is calm and quiet and ...