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Return to Seoul Review: Rendered Vulnerable by Our Roots

Davy Chou directs one of the best movies of this year.

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The House in Fata Morgana is Masterfully Tragic

Hard to get through for all the right reasons.

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Owlboy: Recontextualizing Futility

Failure isn’t real.

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‘Asterigos: Curse of the Stars’ Makes You Feel Like a Kid

It’s nice to go back sometimes.

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The Brother of All Men: A Nation Defined by Annihilation

Reagan Anick reflects on The Brother of All Men #1 and what it has to say about Canada’s tendency to brush our history under the rug.

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Souldiers is a Beautiful and Unforgiving Metroidvania

Every pixel is filled with adventure.

Wishlist Wednesday: May 2022

Our hype is off the charts.

We Love Indie Games: May 2022

We love indie (horror) games.

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Chinatown Detective Agency: The Game the Genre Needs

Gang, I think we have a mystery on our hands!

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We Love Indie Games: March 2022

We Love Indie Games comes back and with a new addition!