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Suzanne Verras

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Suzanne Verras is a freelance writer and a university student from Leiden, The Netherlands. She is a video game enthusiast, but also loves movies and art. She has her own Youtube channel where she plays, horror and story driven games! Her favorite games include Bioshock, Myst, Ratchet and Clank and Amnesia: The Dark Descent. In the future she hopes to be writing full-time and one of her dreams is to sell her artwork one day. You can follow her on Twitter: MissLilyTweets.

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Alien Isolation vs. Alien by Suzanne Verras [dropcap]T[/dropcap]he moment Ellen Ripley discovers the alien in the escape shuttle is when you quiver with fear. She is all alone now. She manages to throw it out of the airlock and blast it into space, but in the…

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The Art Of… Pathologic by Suzanne Verras [divider] [dropcap]I[/dropcap]t’s the month of spooks! And what better way is there to celebrate the spookiness of October then to look at some creepy concept art? Today I’m going to introduce you to some of the concept art…

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The Art of Transistor By Suzanne Verras Transistor is our August 2014 “Not Crowdfunded, But…” title.  For more Transistor content head over here. [divider] I’ve played Bastion and I enjoyed it, but I had not taken a peek at Transistor yet. I knew I had to, even if it…

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The Art of… Monochroma By Suzanne Verras [divider] A while back I did a review of Monochroma by Nowhere Studios and I enjoyed the game very much. One thing I liked so much about it was the monochrome style with red details. It reminded me…

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Monochroma – Reviewed By Suzanne Verras [divider] Monochroma is a puzzle platformer by Nowhere Studios. It is described as a mixture of Limbo and Ico, and won Best Indie Game at GameX 2013. It has definitely earned that award. In Monochroma there is a big company selling robots…

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Knock Knock Reviewed By Suzanne Verras [divider] Where to begin? Either you really like Knock Knock, or you just want to slam the door right in its face. When playing Knock Knock you’ll probably end up going through different stages of love and hate (or…