Talos Principle

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Talos Principle is a rather unique title that has been spat out by a Croatian developer known as Croteam. The main object of this puzzle adventure is self-discovery.

Story

The journey begins where you start off as an android and is confused about its present whereabouts. There is a voice from an omnipotent being who guides you around your current surroundings. As you continue your journey you learn more about yourself and life through philosophical texts at terminals. These terminals are based on the DOS OS which had more common usage in the late eighties and early nighties.

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Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishment

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Here we have another entry into the world of Sherlock Homes by Frogwares Studio. With quite a number of Sherlock Holmes titles under their belt the series has constantly been getting better with each iteration. Without further undo onto the story shall we?

Story

You begin your adventure in the apartment of Sherlock Holmes who we find none other than Sherlock Holmes at one of his crazy antics involving firing a gun blindfolded in his own living room. Watson questions Sherlock’s behavior and eventually arrive the story arrives at the beginning of the first of 6 cases in this adventure. Some stories have been directly adapted from Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s stories in the original books.

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Oceanhorn: Monster of the Uncharted Seas

Here is a special title out I stumbled on for originally IOS and later ported to PC. It seems to have the aesthetics of Wind Waker with the charm of The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past as well. At the heart of it all, it is a pure Zelda clone, yet a very good one.

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The developers seem to be new as I have never heard of Cornfox & Brothers, but they do have some talent on board especially in the composer department as you will hear tunes by the likes of Nobuo Uematsu, Kenji Ito and more. So what sets this apart from just being a Zelda clone? Not much, but that is not necessarily a bad thing.

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