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The top 10 games on PC in September

Just when we thought video games were properly back, we got another wave of delays last month. It’s totally understandable: unprecedented times and so on and etc.. However, for you dear reader, that did mean our top games of August post was gutted almost as soon as it was published. There are a lot of great-looking games out this September… at time of writing. So, can everyone stay as still as possible, please? It’d be an awful shame if Kena got pushed again. I’d really like to play that one. I’d really like to play a lot of these, to…

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Detective RPG Gamedec shows off its very branch-y investigations

In upcoming cybercrimes RPG Gamedec you’re a video game detective. As in, a detective in the game but also a detective about games. As you’d expect from a sleuth ’em up, Gamedec’s story can twist and change based on your detective’s choices, background, and more. Or, as we say in this here world of video games, it has a branching narrative. How many branches? According to Gamedec’s new trailer, it has all of the branches. You’re bound to hit a few of them on the way down when it launches in September. Read more

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Virtual detective RPG Gamedec has a new demo and launches in September

In the 22nd century, video games are life. Or most of life, anyhow. Gamedec is the upcoming isometric RPG where you, the game detective, investigate cybercrimes in 2300s Warsaw City. It’s gritty. It’s swear-y. Apparently sometimes folks get stuck in naughty sex games. That’s the video games we know and love, folks. You can do a bit of cyber-sleuthing yourself in the latest Gamedec demo until it launches properly in September, Anshar Studios have announced. Read more

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No Place for Bravery, Uragun, Gamedec and more of our favourite PAX Online x EGX Digital reveals

This week has been skewed a little bit in favour of the big games, what with the Call of Duty, Prince of Persia and other AAA reveals.But the indie world is about to kick off its own festivities with the PAX Online x EGX Digital, a nine-day online event that brings together two of the biggest shows in games. You can expect panels and developer-lead game reveals, which means lots of indies are taking part and we’re here to highlight just a few.Many of the games participating offer free demos, which is increasingly becoming one of the things I look…