All Posts from March 11, 2013

Gaming Trend Podcast 03-12-13: March Madness!

by 2 years ago

    Yes, it's that time of the year again folks. That time of the year we all get together and play any of the obscene number of games coming out this …

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    [RUMOR] Battlefield 4 screenshots leaked?

    by 2 years ago

      A post on the GameFAQs PC forum claims to link to screenshots from the upcoming game Battlefield 4. The alleged source is an EA China insider. This wouldn't be the first …

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      70,000 lines of SimCity code leaked.

      by 2 years ago

        The folks over at reddit's /r/programming have unearthed what appears to be a massive section of code from EA's recent SimCity title.  All indications suggest that the code covers the …

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        Kickin’ It – Kickstarter Update for March 11, 2013

        by 2 years ago

          Tired from that hour of sleep daylight savings robbed from you overnight? Maybe this post will help Kickstart (heh) your Monday. This is another entry in the Kickin' It saga, …

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          Steam powered Xi3 Piston is now on sale, expected to ship “in time for holiday season.”

          by 2 years ago

            After causing a bit of a stir at CES, the first wave of so-called "Steam boxes" is now available for pre-order.  The Xi3 Piston (Steam.  Piston.  Get it?) is now available for pre-order …

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            Brutal Legend PC Review

            by 2 years ago

            It's been several years since Brutal Legend came out on the consoles to much fanfare over its style and setting, but more than a little controversy about its chosen style …

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            Hurl it down the well: the Kersploosh! review

            by 2 years ago

            Have you ever experienced the unique pleasure of dropping assorted items from a high-up location? Chances are, you probably have. This is a basic human urge we're talking about - …

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            We review the stalled Llama that is SimCity

            by 2 years ago

            There are games that define an entire genre.  In 1989, a designer named Will Wright paired up with Maxis and now-defunct publisher Brøderbund to release a little game called Micropolis …

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