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GTA 5 cheats – Grand Theft Auto 5 codes, console commands

How is Grand Theft Auto 5 still so popular after many years of being out? If you want my tinfoil hat prediction here, it may have something to do with all those Steam sales, and people wanting to make John Walker's life a misery when doing the Steam charts (or perhaps that's what he wants you to think). Still, you want the cheats too, and…

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Artifact guide: tips for playing Artifact, game modes explained, booster packs

Artifact is Valve's contender to the Tradeable Digital Card Game genre throne, currently dominated by Hearthstone. It takes inspiration from DOTA 2, and other MOBAs, with its three lane system and is a highly complicated game at first glance. However, now that Artifact has been out for a short time, there's a fair few decks cropping up that are worth looking at if you wish to…

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Quest For Infamy review

Isn't it just typical? You wait sixteen years for a new game that picks up where the Quest for Glory series left off, and suddenly four of them come along at once... or close enough, anyway. Hot on the trails of Heroine's Quest, with Mage's Initiation and the original creators' Hero-U: Rogue To Redemption still to come, Quest for Infamy wants to take a rather…

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Red Sky At Night: Tale Of Tales On Sunset

Sunset is the latest game/project from Tale of Tales, creators of Lego Star Wars The Wolf Among Us many artistically minded offerings like The Path and Fatale. It's already doubled its Kickstarter goal with its promise of a very different perspective on war; not a man with a gun in the field or some faceless general, but a woman with a feather duster in a…

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Heroes Rise: The Prodigy / The Hero Project review

Heroes Rise proudly declares itself the first text adventure on Steam. Pffft. Reading words? On a screen? That someone wrote? Who's got time for that nonsense, eh? What's that, Graham? I do what for a living? Ah. I have just been informed that I was just kidding. Who needs graphics anyway? But! Do its first two parts have the power to overclock and fully exploit…

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