All Posts from September 10, 2013

The Golem Arcana invades Kickstarter

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The Eye of Judgement was a fun game, but getting the camera set up with the right lighting was a pain that made it difficult to play with any regularity. …

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Mix Marble Madness with… The Lost Vikings? – Lost Marbles review

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Indie team Binary Takeover gets right to the point in advertising their latest release, Lost Marbles: it's a game that combines the smooth 3D ball-rolling mechanics of Marble Madness with the 'manage …

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LEGO Friends announced for 3DS

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It's not all dragons, pirates, and soldiers this holiday season.  Warner Bros and TT Games have announced a new title called LEGO Friends.  Based on the popular LEGO playsets, the …

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Infinity Blade 3 – Reborn Trailer

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That's right folks, make way for Infinity Blade 3. Along with today's freshly announced iPhone 5S comes the exciting news of the final chapter in the Infinity Blade saga. Watch …

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Put it in the penalty box — Franchise Hockey Manager 2014 review

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Out of the Park Development, the makers of the hallmark management simulation Out of the Park Baseball, have taken their brand of gaming into the world of hockey with the …

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The Elder Scrolls PC Anthology comes to retail

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Bethesda announced today that the complete Elder Scrolls Anthology  is available for Retail Purchase today. At $79.99, this PC bundle includes The Elder Scrolls Arena, Daggerfall, Morrowind Game of the …

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Big things in small packages – The Wonderful 101 review

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The aesthetic of Viewtiful Joe and the painting mechanic of Okami meet the bombast of God of War. This is likely the simplest way to explain the experience of playing …

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Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs scares the pants off you, ships today

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So you like sleep? Then you might want to just skip this post. The folks at The Chinese Room / Frictional Games have announced that Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs …

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Call of Duty: Ghosts campaign trailer emerges from the shadows

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While I do pretty well in multiplayer, I'm a single-player or cooperative gamer for the most part. I just dig cohesive storylines over multiplayer unless I'm playing with friends or …

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The Humble Mumble – Screwfly Studios talks Zafehouse: Diaries

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You probably don't need to take Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse 101 to recognize that there's more to living through a zombie pandemic than simply slaying hordes of infected. Despite this, …

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Two new Assassin’s Creed titles announced

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If you missed out on the chance to play Assassin's Creed Liberation on the Vita, you officially have another option.  Ubisoft has announced Assassin's Creed Liberation HD for console and …

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In Pursuit of “Cinematic” — Castlevania: Lords of Shadow Ultimate Edition Review

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How far can production values get you?  That’s the fundamental question facing anybody when deciding how to rate Castlevania: Lords of Shadow’s Ultimate Edition.  Developed by MercuryStream and Kojima Productions--yes, …

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