Posts Tagged ‘Omensight’

Unknown Pleasures: Ten new games you could play

Rap won't save you.

Hello and welcome to the source of all digital joy. It is, of course, Unknown Pleasures, where you can find some good games you may not have heard about.

Screeching a colourful stream of profanity this week: memory divers, demonic invasions, and solving a murder by killing hundreds of other people. Oh, games.

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Time-bending action-adventure Omensight is out today, and today, and today

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Here is a list of reasons for why I’m strongly considering taking a break from a game I’m really enjoying, so that I can play Omensight (which just came out) instead.

  • It’s about re-living the day of the apocalypse and attempting to stop it by solving a murder.
  • You solve that murder by following different characters, manipulating them, then allying with or fighting them based on what you learn.
  • There’s time-bendy combat that reminds me of Transistor in all the right ways.
  • It’s got some cute mice in it.
  • It’s about re-living the day of the apocalypse and attempting to stop it by solving a murder.

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Time-looping hack n’ slasher Stories: The Path of Destinies is free today

Stories: The Path of Destinies

It is apparently a good week to not spend money on games. Not only is The Flame in The Flood still gratis via Humble, but the similarly delicious-looking cartoon action-adventure Stories: The Path of Destinies by Spearhead Games is currently free on Steam. Grab it now, keep it forever and play it a whole bunch of times because this one is built for the long-haul, if you don’t mind a little repetition.

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