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Naomi Harrington

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Naomi Harrington lives in London and has been a fan of games ever since she was old enough to hold a Game Boy. While she loves all genres she's currently going though a pretty hardcore soulslike phase. When she's not playing games or writing about them she spends most of her time writing fiction and watching horror movies.
BDSM

Big Way Games’ Konstantin Semenov on the Making of BDSM

Big Drunk Satanic Massacre(or BDSM or short) is the rip-roaring demonic-themed shooter that's heading for release later this year. Developed by Big Way Games,...
BDSM Big Drunk Satanic Massacre

Big Drunk Satanic Massacre Preview: A Hell-Raising Good Time

Big Way Games' BDSM: Big Drunk Satanic Massacre is a shooter RPG with a satirical twist. Far from the doom and gloom you'd expect...
Stygian: Reign of the Old Ones

Lovecraftian RPG Stygian: Reign of the Old Ones is Coming to...

Hand-drawn, Lovecraftian RPG, Stygian: Reign of the Old Ones, is coming to PC this September following a successful Kickstarter campaign in 2016. Publisher 1C...

Lantern Studio’s Beidi Guo on Bringing LUNA: The Shadow Dust to...

Hand-drawn puzzle game, LUNA: The Shadow Dust, has had quite the journey since it came to Kickstarter in 2016. Developed by four-person team, Lantern...
Morphies Law: Remorphed

Morphies Law: Remorphed Makes a Comeback on PC and Switch

Morphies Law developers Cosmoscope GmbH have gone back to the drawing board on their team-based shooter to bring a reworked version to PC and...
Hill Agency: BARK & byte Kickstarter campaign screenshot

Hill Agency: BARK & byte is an Indigenous Cyber-noir Mystery

Hill Agency: BARK & byte is a unique game right off the bat: a futuristic cyber-noir detective game with an entirely indigenous cast. The...
The Dreamcatcher

Psychological Thriller The Dreamcatcher is a Beautiful Nightmare

There's an old saying that what you think about during the day will become what you dream about at night. At least this was...

Tales of the Neon Sea: A Cat-Friendly Cyberpunk Re-imagining

Cyberpunk investigation game Tales of the Neon Sea is neon noir given a bright, cartoonish re-imagining. There are also some cats thrown in, for...
Light&Dark

Light&Dark: An Adorably Spooky Roguelike Platformer

Light&Dark takes the ever popular rouguelike genre and breathes a kooky, Wednesday Addams sort of life into it. Developed by Under the Stairs and...

The 10 Best Upcoming Indie Games of EGX Rezzed 2019

EGX Rezzed, EGX's smaller, more indie-geared sibling, drew to a close this weekend after a three-day showcase of some of the most amazingly imaginative...

Surreal Horror, The Inner Friend is Getting a Console Release

Psychological horror game, The Inner Friend enchanted and disturbed upon its first release on Steam in September of last year. Developer PLAYMIND has announced...

Degrees of Separation Review: A Pretty Puzzler That Brings The Heat...

Degrees of Separation is a co-operative game that centers around the concept of opposites and how harmony can only be achieved through working together,...

Rehabilitate Your Town in Combat-Free RPG Littlewood

It's almost an unspoken rule in games. Grass is green, evil must be defeated, and in RPGs combat is a primary game mechanic. Surprisingly, that isn't...

Pikuniku Review: A Playful Puzzle Platformer With an Edge

Out now on PC and the Switch, Pikuniku is an exploration-based puzzle platformer who's whimsical appearance belies a sinister undercurrent. Developed by Sectordub and...

Double Cross Review: An Interdimensional Platform Adventure That’s Not Complex as...

With its recent launch on Steam and the Switch, 13AM Games' Double Cross is quite the genre blend – a combination of platformer and...

Poetic Fairytale She and the Light Bearer’s Demo Looks Amazing, Plays...

She and the Light Bearer is a point-and-click adventure and playable fairytale that dwells on the frailty of nature. Developers Mojiken Studio just recently...