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Radie Games – Syberia

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Radie here! Back again with another game play for you all to enjoy, I’m sharing the experience that is Syberia via my newest series of youtube plays.

The game follows a young woman named Kate on a point-and-click adventure across a fictional europe to finalise the selling of an old factory to a toy company. Need more explanation? There’s a search for a man named Hans who may or may not be alive, a subplot of a failing relationship via cell phone calls and very, very pretty environments.

It’s kind of hard to explain without watching it – so maybe that’s exactly what you should do!

The series currently has two videos up on youtube, with an episode (or two, when you’re lucky) coming out every day this week. Not only that, but I have a selection of other playthroughs in line for you, including going back to an unfinished play from last year! (Here’s a hint, your name is Hero ;D)

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Radie Games – Radie’s Back!

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After a short hiatus, I am back!
I’ve got plenty of new videos already up, with many more on the way too!

Most recently I’ve been playing Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines. Check it out, it’s a horror/vampire-themed rpg! There are already 7 parts in the series!

As well as that, I’ve been (slowly) making my way through Pokémon LeafGreen too!

Sometimes I fancy a change though, so I also have videos up of one-off gaming episodes. These are usually short games or just games I can mess about with. Check me out messing about in Saints Row IV. Why? Cause why not!

So stay tuned for plenty more videos to come!
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Radie Games – The Witch’s House

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As far as horror games go, this one surprisingly gives more jumps than most big titles.

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A cute little indie game made with RPG maker, The Witch’s House offers about an hour and a half of gameplay, not including some excessively aggravating puzzles, which might be short, but considering the nature of the game, it still remains incredibly engaging and fun.

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I’m a bit of a softie at heart, and jump scares always catch me out. This game is no exception!  Along with a well thought out storyline, including a twisted ‘truth’ ending (Unfortunately I got the ‘regular’ end on my play – but look it up if you don’t play yourself – it’s great!), The Witch’s House is a great game for anyone looking for something short to play but not to just ‘waste time’ with. The puzzles provide plenty of head scratching, the horror elements will catch you off guard and the game has a lovely soundtrack to boot! Definitely one to check out.