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Blasphemous is a beautifully grotesque platformer

Sometimes a game can sell itself to me with a single image or animation. Blasphemous [Kickstarter page], a non-linear 2D platformer from the creators of The Last Door, is one such game. It's like Hieronymus Bosch and Castlevania had a baby, and the baby was gigantic and it tore the arms off any pilgrims who wandered too close. There's a Kickstarter running but even at…

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The Last Door Season 2 Knocking On Early Access

In Season two of the The Last Door, You'll delve further into the Veil as Dr. Wakefield, from before. You know, the psychiatrist of Season 1’s Jeremiah Devitt, Who's now out in search of his client who hath split. Now caught up in a web of lies and deceit, The doctor's search widens, past England's back streets. Will he locate his patient, that he doth…

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Ready, Steady, Poe: The Last Door

The Last Door is a neat point and click horror game that flirts with Lovecraftian cosmic horror but is in a long-term relationship with the weird fiction of Edgar Allan Poe. Released episodically, it has just entered its second season, following a four chapter debut, and despite a couple of logical leaps in the puzzle department, it's well worth playing. The price helps with the…

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Open For Business: The Last Door Season One Ends

I've got some good news and some great news. If you want the great news first, read the rest of this paragraph right now. If you'd like the good news first, skip to the next paragraph but don't forget to come back. OK, so the great news is that with the release of the fourth episode of point and click Edgar Allan Poe simulator, The…

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On The Threshold: The Last Door

The pilot chapter of The Last Door will become free on June 21st when the second chapter releases. Originating on Kickstarter, the game is a pixel-powered point and click horror adventure. I decided to spend an hour of my afternoon playing through the first episode, which begins with a player-controlled [redacted]cide and then switches scenes to a charming chap who pops on a top hat…

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Quoth The Raven: The Last Door

Having only just stumbled across The Last Door, my brain is now in full-on, code-red "pleasebegoodpleasebegoodpleasebegood" mode. The successfully crowdfunded episodic horror adventure aims to plant a hardy oak of pure dread somewhere between the sleeping soils of Edgar Allen Poe and H.P. Lovecraft, setting its tale in late 19th century England. It may not look like much, but that's actually one of the more…

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