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Xbox Store Kicks Off The Game Awards Sale

Daily Video Game writes: "Today, Xbox Store has just kicked off The Game Awards sale, featuring many AAA titles, such as A Plague Tale: Requiem, on sale for Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One gamers right now!"

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MadLad538d ago

Grabbed the Quarry, Riders Republic, and Cult of the Lamb.

Normally I'd grab on PC first, but they're on sale now for Xbox and I'll be out of the area for a while for work. Might as well have a few new games to play.

JayRyu538d ago

Enjoy the games!

I'm going to purchase Tunic, A Plagues Tale, and The Quarry.

MadLad538d ago (Edited 538d ago )

Played through the first two you mentioned. Great games. Hope we both enjoy the Quarry. Heard good things, and I've liked past games their put out.

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As Dusk Falls Director Dissects The Interactive Drama [EXCLUSIVE]

Filled with a wonderful assortment of characters, each with their own distinct personality and goals, As Dusk Falls is a game you get sucked into.

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As Dusk Falls Review - Jump Dash Roll

As Dusk Falls is an interactive narrative which comes from ex-Quantic Dream developers. Now hitting PS5 - how does it compare to the likes of Telltale's games? JDR makes decisions in this review.

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Review - As Dusk Falls (PS5) | WayTooManyGames

WTMG's Heidi Hawes: "Interactive narrative games might not be for everyone, but As Dusk Falls is still one that I’ll recommend to just about everyone. It keeps you constantly engaged, with high stakes and choices that actually matter, no matter how seemingly insignificant they might seem. This is one of the first interactive dramas that’s managed no not only hold my attention, but kept me so captivated that I finished my first playthrough in one sitting. Then I went back for more. If you’re on the fence about checking it out, I implore you to not let the curtain fall on As Dusk Falls."

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mastershredder72d ago

"interactive dramas" Ah got it, so not a game. I totally agree. These very simple 'click the drama' interactive titles are fast becoming a new norm.