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It's the annual summer lull of gaming news..
 

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    Thief: The Dark Project – PC

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    Mount & Blade: Warband – PC

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    Town of Salem – PC

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    Warcraft: Orcs & Humans – PC

    Azeroth was a wondrous place to live as a human…before the orc tribes attacked. Join Rhutsczar as he rises through the ranks of both the alliance and the horde, all while discovering what is on the other side of the “Dark Portal.” Before World of Warcraft, there was Warcraft: Orcs & Humans, welcome to the beginning (or the end?).

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    Half-Life – PC

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    Braid – PC

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    One Must Fall: 2097 – PC

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    The Apogee Shareware Disc – PC

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    Crypt of the Necrodancer – PC

    Rhythm games can come in a lot if different styles. Let’s check out the Rhythm-Roguelike Crypt of the Necrodancer.

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    Plague Inc: Evolved – PC

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    The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth (DLC) – PC

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    Word Rescue – PC

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    Gunpoint – PC

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    Life Is Strange: Episode 5 – PC

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    Wolfenstein 3D – PC

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