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"Youth is no excuse for bad taste," the crotchety old house in Wayward Manor says as it watches a pair of gluttonous children chow down on sugary snacks within its creaking walls. If youth doesn't excuse poor taste, then certainly there's no excuse for Wayward Manor's bland appeal, not when it comes from a successful studio – The Odd Gentlemen – and a ...

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Joystiq Weekly: Battlefield delay, Dark Souls 2 DLC review, Dragon Age preview and more

Welcome to Joystiq Weekly, a "too long; didn't read" of each week's biggest stories, reviews and original content. Each category's top story is introduced with a reactionary gif, because moving pictures aren't just for The Daily Prophet. This week hosted a smattering of high-profile release date...

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Wayward Manor review: More like Wayward Meh-nor

"Youth is no excuse for bad taste," the crotchety old house in Wayward Manor says as it watches a pair of gluttonous children chow down on sugary snacks within its creaking walls. If youth doesn't excuse poor taste, then certainly there's no excuse for Wayward Manor's bland appeal, not when it c...

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Neil Gaiman's ghostly adventure Wayward Manor debuts in July

Developer The Odd Gentlemen have announced plans to launch Wayward Manor on July 15, 2014. Wayward Manor would be notable on its own, as the game's premise casts players as a ghost attempting to solve the mystery of his own death by scaring the current, living inhabitants of the old Victorian ho...

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Sneak a peek at Neil Gaiman's Wayward Manor

Wayward Manor is a spooky adventure game written by best-selling author Neil Gaiman, with art by Eiser Award-winning artist Chuck BB and developed by PB Winterbottom's The Odd Gentlemen. If anyone needs more reason to be excited about this project, see the teaser above. If anyone is still on th...

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Neil Gaiman enters gaming space with 'Wayward Manor'

Wayward Manor is the first game from acclaimed author Neil Gaiman, whose resume includes classics such as American Gods, The Sandman and Coraline, in addition to a myriad of other dark, whimsical sundries. Expected in the fall of this year on PC, Mac and "tablets," the game is being produced in c...

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