All Posts from July 2013

Castlevania: Lords of Shadow Ultimate Edition gets Steam demo

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Castlevania in 3D,? Sounds like a risky proposition to me, and quite possibly to you too. If it sounded so risky that you never bothered to give the title a …

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Zzzz-zzzz-zzzz is an indie pixel art game about dreams, not bees

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Zzzz-zzzz-zzzz is an indie game about sleep. Well, it's more a game about dreams - dreams filled with pixel graphics and introspection and a whole bunch of other things that …

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1980s throwback action shooter Narco Terror now available on Steam

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Ah, the 1980s. Do you remember them? Because I sure don't. But documentary evidence suggests that it was a time of big hair, bad music videos, explosions, and a whole …

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Xbox One to use “crazy algorithm”, PhD mojo to weed out miscreants

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Project Manager on Xbox Live Michael Dunn has released some additional information about the 'community powered' reputation system that's going to be coming for the Xbox One. For those who haven't …

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Gaming Trend’s Summer of Free Stuff- Witcher and Witcher 2

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Valve. Amazon. Good Old Games. Green Man Gaming. They all have their little sales, but we want to do one better - how does 100% free sound? Throughout the next …

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Dragons and Steampunk and Lasers, Oh My! — Titanium Wars Review

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     Titanium Wars is a recent game from Iello (best known for publishing King of Tokyo) and Euphoria Games. I had the chance to demo this game at Origins and was …

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    Tiny steps forward — Pikmin 3 review

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    It’s been a long time since we’ve gotten a proper sequel to Pikmin -- about ten years, in fact. Pikmin’s unique take on real-time strategy games -- featuring diminutive plant …

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    Gibbing the night away – Rise of the Triad review

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    For PC gamers who reveled in the 90s, the name Apogee will surely evoke wonderful, nostalgic memories from shareware days past. The name is tied to such classics of the era …

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    Batman: Arkham Origins will have online mutliplayer

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    According to a press release issued today from WB Games, Batman: Arkham Origins will ship with the multiplayer mode we've all been waiting for.  Now, I know what you're thinking: …

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    Watch as Disney Infinity explains exactly how it’s going to take your money

    by 1 year ago

    As if selling individual figurines and play sets weren't enough, Disney Infinity reveals a new way to part money from the wallets of unsuspecting parents and collectaholics like myself. When …

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    Cloudberry Kingdom launches today on PSN

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    You could be forgiven for thinking that Cloudberry Kingdom is the name of some fictional realm from a children's movie. When Ubisoft has gems like Watch Dogs and Assassin's Creed …

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    Dragon’s Crown gets some trailer-riffic action

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    Dragon's Crown is coming out next week in all of its orc-slaying, dragon-punching, exaggerated-body-style glory - and we've got the latest trailer! This one's heavy on the gameplay and interface …

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