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Preview: Silence-The Whispered World 2 (PC, XBO)


It's all in his mind?

Preview: Blackguards 2 (PC)

 Daedalic Entertainment's turn-based strategy Blackguards released earlier this year to middling reviews. We reviewed the game ourselves and didn't find much to like about it, criticizing many of the features and stating that a myriad of problems push the game into the realm of mediocrity. Blackguards 2 is aiming to improve those problems while keeping the core of the gameplay untouched.

Blackguards Review

Everyone's a Villain

Blackguards Review Screenshot

HIGH Realizing at the beginning of the fourth chapter what I'd actually been doing.

LOW Every moment and battle involving Bailiff Lasca.

WTF My nimble hunter slips and falls every time she tries to cross a puddle, but nobody, not even the dwarf, stumbles while trying to run through a knee-deep swamp?

Chaos on Deponia Review

Junk in the Trunk

Chaos on Deponia Screenshot

HIGH The introduction does a wonderful job of establishing the world and main character.

LOW Everything about the platypus bataka fight.

WTF Why am I not using this invisibility thing all the time?

Deponia Review

Garbage Time

Deponia Screenshot

HIGH Meditating with Doc.

LOW Basically every moment that Rufus opened his mouth.

WTF So we're just not bothering to resolve any of these dangling plot threads, then?

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