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Little Nightmares is free to keep if you grab it now

Quick! You don’t even really have time to read this post, depending on how fast a reader you are. Little Nightmares, classic creepy horror game, is free to keep if you grab it from Steam before 6pm on Sunday May 30th. You can rush to the game’s Steam page now to set it downloading, or you can read on first if you think you can finish this post within the next 20 hours. Read more

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Grab Little Nightmares free for keeps this week and demo the sequel

Spooky sequel Little Nightmares 2 is just around the corner waiting to pop out and scare you in February. If you’ve not played its predecessor puzzle platformer, well not to worry, you can snag it free for keeps through Sunday, giving you plenty of time to creep through it before the sequel. Bandai Namco have also scared up a frightful new trailer for the occasion. (more…)

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Little Hope review

The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope review This interactive horror adventure is better than the first volume of the DPA, but it’s still more B-movie snicker-fest than it is spine-tingling. Developer: Supermassive Games Publisher: Bandai Namco Entertainment Release: On: Windows From: Steam, Humble, Price: £25/€30/$30 Little Hope is the second game in The Dark Pictures Anthology, a series of interactive horror games trying to build on the popularity of 2015’s Until Dawn. In it, you play as a college field trip group (three teenage students, one mature, and a professor, and I bet some of you already have that in…

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Extremely anime football game Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions is out now

Captain Tsubasa: Rise Of New Champions is an arcade football meets sports anime with all the wild special shots you’d expect from that intersection. Super-powerful special moves and summoned animals and other extremely anime bits accompany the usual dribbling and scoring of proper football. Kickoff is coming because Captain Tsubasa it out now alongside a new ridiculous trailer. (more…)