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I recently dug up: Sports Champions. Over here in the UK where I am, the Commonwealth games have recently come to an end. For those of you not aware of what they are, think of them as a smaller version of the Olympics but for countries that at one time or another were under British rule.
Throughout history, mysterious objects known as ‘Atomigems’ have existed all over the world. The people of the world have used them for many things, from simple family heirlooms to even objects of worship. However, recently, a gang known as the Underworld has been going around collecting any and all Atomigems they can find. What exactly is their aim?
That’s what Eril, known as the Azure Sorceress, intends to find out. Along the way, she’ll meet some friends who will help her on this mission, such as Yute, the son of a famous trader, and Earon, a highly-skilled martial arts fighter. Can they find out exactly what the Underworld is up to? And can they do anything to stop it, or are they already too late…?
What if someone knew your mind better than you did?
The Swapper takes place in an isolated and atmospheric sci-fi world. Players wield an experimental device which allows them to create clones of themselves, swapping their entire consciousness into new bodies to overcome the challenges of the environment.
Think: Fiendishly designed puzzles with equally clever solutions that are never more than a few steps away.
Wonder: The art in The Swapper is constructed using clay models and everyday materials, which combine to create truly unique visuals in a detailed and atmospheric environment.
Discover: A powerful and thoughtful story, told through the games environment with narrative design from Tom Jubert, the writer behind hits like Driver: San Fransisco and Faster Than Light.
The Walking Dead Season 2: Amid The Ruins is finally here, and it brings us one step closer to the end of this great second season. As was the case with Episode 3, this review is a bit heavy on the spoiler side of things, so reader beware.
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