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Firewatch is a mystery set in the woods of Wyoming, where your only emotional lifeline is the person on the other end of a handheld radio. You play as a man named Henry who has retreated from his messy life to work as a fire lookout in the wilderness. Perched high atop a mountain, it’s your job to look for smoke and keep the wilderness safe. An especially hot and dry summer has everyone on edge. Your supervisor, a woman named Delilah, is available to you at all times over a small, handheld radio -- and is your only contact with the world you’ve left behind. But when something strange draws you out of your lookout tower and into the world, you’ll explore a wild and unknown environment, facing questions and making interpersonal choices that can build or destroy the only meaningful relationship you have.

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Robowarrior takes place on an alien planet called Altile. The player operates a cyborg named ZED (Z-type Earth Defence). In the game, ZED raids Altile to fight the Xantho empire and destroy its leader, Xur. ZED deploys bombs to clear a path through rocks, walls, and forests, while killing enemies and collecting items. Some gameplay elements resemble those of Bomberman (1983).

Robowarrior comprises five level formats. In one, the player must obtain a key before the time limit expires. In another, the key is unavailable until the player acquires a crystal or chalice. Some levels are cast in darkness, rendering obstructions invisible unless the player has a lit lamp. Still other levels are mazes in which a player must find and blast-through weak points in walls to proceed. Periodically, a player engages a boss level.

In 1991, Sunsoft published a sequel to Bomber King for Game Boy, titled Bomber King Scenario 2.

Yakuza 0 is a prequel set in 1988 to the Yakuza series of games developed by Sega, taking place before the first Yakuza game. Like in the previous games, the game's main setting is the fictional town of Kamurocho in Tokyo.

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Drift Stage is an upcoming arcade racer with a late 80's art style. It will feature a selection of cars inspired by the 70's, 80's and 90's. Like the name suggests, the drifting is a big part of the driving gameplay and is described by the developers as "easy to learn, hard to master".

In the game, you must locate 3 data cards and 4 "filters" that allow access to a secret file in the enemy data bank. Data cards and filters are located in different stars of the Quila system, which can be reached immediately via an air shuttle; all the information you need in order to locate the items can be obtained by talking to enemies. Once the items are in your possession, you must locate the data bank and get the file.

A Boy and His Blob: Trouble on Blobolonia is a 1989 video game developed by Imagineering for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). The game was published by Absolute Entertainment in North America and Europe and by Jaleco in Japan. A Boy and His Blob follows an unnamed, male protagonist and his shapeshifting blob friend on their adventure to save the planet of Blobolonia from the clutches of an evil emperor.