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All Posts from January 30, 2013

Free-to-play action game Akaneiro: Demon Hunters launches

by 2 years ago

Akaneiro: Demon Hunters, the game with the somewhat confusing kickstarter status, is now live. With 68 hours left on the kickstarter as of this writing, no less! The one-line summary …

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Free to play Wizardry Online MMO launches

by 2 years ago

Heads up, old-school (or just plain old) gamers - Wizardry Online is now open and ready to play! Selling itself as "the most hardcore fantasy MMO ever created", this one's …

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Biggest threat to Valve’s hardware plans is Apple, not consoles, says Newell

by 2 years ago

Gabe Newell's vision for Valve's entry into the hardware market continues to take shape. Polygon reports on a recent talk where Newell explained just what hopes he has for the Piston …

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Senator says “Video games is [sic] a bigger problem than guns”

by 2 years ago

    Lamar Alexander, out of Tennessee, thinks video games are a bigger issue in the United States than guns are.  Normally I wouldn't get myself into a tizzy when somebody out …

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    Crazy Minecraft project #47: A life-sized recreation of King’s Landing.

    by 2 years ago

      I don't even know where to start--my brain is a half molten puddle of grey matter at the above screenshot  We've seen crazy Minecraft projects before (my favorite is still …

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      Steam Greenlight gets usability updates

      by 2 years ago

        Steam Greenlight just got a bit of a facelift.  Greenlight, Valve Software's tool for judging public interest when deciding to add a game to Steam, will now allow the users …

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        Fire Emblem: Awakening Review

        by 2 years ago

        Unless you live in Japan, Fire Emblem: Awakening is the fifth in a series of grid-based strategy games that have made gradual innovations and appeared on a slew of consoles …

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        Twitch and Activision team up for Black Ops II streaming

        by 2 years ago

        The Call of Duty series and other titles have long tried to integrate gameplay recording features to allow players to record and share their best in-game moments. After all, what's …

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