All Posts from April 29, 2013

Gaming Trend Podcast 04/30/2013–4 is the new 3

by 2 years ago

    Well, it's looking like we're going to be repeating all the jokes about sequels next year, but that's just fine with Atlas and Sam--they'll keep holding down the fort.  This …

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    Ah, the glory of dogfights in space – Strike Suit Infinity review

    by 2 years ago

    Right away, Strike Suit Infinity formed a strong first impression for me as both enjoyable and repetitive. This is a game that came into existence on a shoestring budget, but the …

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    Strange Bedfellows, or: how I learned to stop worrying and accept Gearbox owning Homeworld

    by 2 years ago

      In the wake of last week's announcement that Gearbox would be taking control of the venerable Homeworld franchise, the prevailing attitude I've encountered has been confusion. And now that the …

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      Dillon’s Rolling Western: The Last Ranger Review

      by 2 years ago

      It's only been a year since the first Rolling Western game made it's way to the Nintendo 3DS, and with modest reception from its debut title and lots of things …

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      Exclusive hands-on with the upcoming vampire title, Dark

      by 2 years ago

      Vampires don't sparkle.  The folks at Kalipso and Realmforge Studios have built a stealth/action RPG that is set to release soon.   We got exclusive and extensive hands-on with the title …

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      Watch_Dogs release date, two videos, still awesome.

      by 2 years ago

      It was true during E3 last year, and it's more true now - Watch_Dogs is shaping up to be one of the most anticipated titles of this year.  The beautiful …

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      Game Dev Tycoon fights pirates with pirates

      by 2 years ago

      Piracy has become ubiquitous in the world of PC gaming, even as developers and publishers play around with DRM (to varying degrees of success) in an attempt to stop it. So …

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