Greg Srisavasdi has been covering press junkets and reviewing films since 1991, where he covered the movie beat for the UCLA Daily Bruin. After years working as a entertainment radio journalist for Westwood One, he currently writes and edits for DeepestDream.com. If he's not watching a movie, you can catch him glued to his iPad, playing iOS games and refusing to grow up!
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htoL#NiQ: The Firefly Diary has a confusing moniker, and its gameplay is just as perplexing. A puzzle platformer at heart, it crafts a compelling mystery amidst a darkened universe. Although saddled with a minor flaw, The Firefly Diary’s eerily seductive nature may win you over.
Pox Nora, a turn-based strategy title with a card gaming aesthetic, has been a PC staple since 2006. With its new Ronin expansion and reintroduction to Steam in October, the game is attempting to gain a foothold on an already crowded marketplace. Pinpoint execution and dedication, however, thankfully keeps Pox Nora ahead of the pack.
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Whether you're a fan of its universe or a multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) enthusiast, The Witcher Battle Arena is a highly addictive and spellbinding experience.
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The Marvellous Miss Take is a stealth game set in the world of art galleries, but one doesn't have to be a painting connoisseur to appreciate the title.
Crusaders Quest is an RPG title that's on sensory overload. Steeped in nostalgia with its 8-bit pixel aesthetic, this adventure is a bit hard to take in upon the opening moments.
If you're looking for a three-dimensional, match-3 style experience, Polyform is up to the task.
Though it swims within a well-worn genre, Rescue Quest offers up enough magic to keep gamers coming back for more.
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