Loom Review: Unfinished Symphony

Before you play it, you can’t help but wonder if you’re going to like it – exactly because of it’s differences – but once you have played it, you see the world just a little bit differently.  The game opens new possibilities, new vistas. Loom’s story isn’t wholly original, but

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To The Moon Review: Memories Of The Way We Were

Last week, we talked a little about Brothers and games very like it.  These titles are often experiences more than they are games.  You get into them and you direct a protagonist, but you don’t do much actual video gaming:  there’s no one to kill, there’s no score to beat

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