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All Posts from June 2013

The Ecstacy and Agony of Dice

by 1 year ago

There is no such thing as a “Purist” when it comes to dice. One may claim that applying arbitrary randomization to games of skill is worse than a gimmick and …

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PGI bringing “reseen” ‘Mechs to MechWarrior Online…with another founder’s program

by 1 year ago

PGI did it!  Reseen 'Mechs are back! We're getting four reseen 'Mechs in MechWarrior Online!  Later this year you'll be able to crawl into the Locust, Shadow Hawk, Thunder Bolt, …

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In Murdered: Soul Suspect, death is only the beginning

by 1 year ago

Amidst the hustle and bustle of E3, the lasers and explosions, the never-ceasing dubstep wobble bass, was a singular booth that seemed to buck all of those trends. This was …

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Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon sales exceed expectations, is beacon of hope

by 1 year ago

Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon was a game I wanted to see succeed.  It's a sort of experiment in teaching publishers that not every game needs to be based on …

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The intersection of YouTube and gaming

by 1 year ago

    Whether it's gathering around the living room TV or logging into your favorite online game, chances are some of your best gaming memories involve sharing the experience with others. Sure, …

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    Roguelike challenge mixed with platformer gameplay – Rogue Legacy review

    by 1 year ago

    Games with punishing amounts of difficulty have become a full-fledged gaming niche. Whether we're talking about repeatedly getting blown to pieces in FTL, getting sliced to ribbons in Dark Souls or …

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    Rogue Legacy screenshot gallery picks up 30+ images

    by 1 year ago

    Rogue Legacy is now out on Steam, and if you've been wondering just how the latest entry into Roguelike-lite action 2D platformers looks... well, look no further. I've lovingly hand-select …

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    Death by (sniper) firing squad — Rising Storm review

    by 1 year ago

    The first thing that struck me when jumping into Rising Storm was the sheer immersiveness of it all. It didn't really matter which map I selected - from the barren, …

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    Gaming Trend’s Best of E3 2013- Games by Genre

    by 1 year ago

    One thing can be said for E3 this year- it was about the games more than anything else. With the next generation of gaming kicking into full gear with two …

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    Holy Guacamelee! We take a look at some new DLC costumes.

    by 1 year ago

    We really loved our time with Guacamelee, and any excuse to hop back into the luchador's mask and spandex is one worth taking. Developer Drinkbox Studios has released a new …

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    We get a double dose of Deus Ex

    by 1 year ago

    Square Enix had not one, but two Deus Ex titles available to test out at their E3 booth: Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director’s Cut for Wii U, and Deus Ex: …

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    Patching now free on Xbox 360

    by 1 year ago

    Eurogamer is reporting that Microsoft has recently eliminated charges for  patching both full Xbox 360 games and XBLA titles.  This is a big move on the company's part.  While it …

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