All Posts from September 20, 2013

Star Wars 1313 “still in production”

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We hoped for it, and after a new Inquirer story regarding LucasFilms, we now know that Star Wars 1313 is still in production. The game was originally shown back at …

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Wha- It’s Been an Hour Already? – Avalanche 2: Super Avalanche Preview

by 1 year ago

Personally, I don’t get around to playing flash games or the like very often. Sometimes I’ll stumble upon one as I wander the web, or a friend might suggest something. …

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King of Tokyo: One Fun Monster Brawl

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Who would win in a fight, King Kong or Godzilla? What if an alien, a bunny in a robot suit, a sea monster, and a giant, mechanical dragon joined the …

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The end of an era – Dominion: Guilds review

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Good morning, cats and kittens. Dominion: Guilds is the eighth (and final?) expansion to the deck-builder that defined the genre. (If you're NOT familiar with Dominion, then I kindly invite …

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Watching this video of Conan playing “Grand Theft Auto V” is almost as fun as the game itself

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In this latest addition to the Clueless Gamer series, Conan O'Brien reviews "Grand Theft Auto V." See what happens when you put Conan into the open world of San Andreas. …

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Valve announces that there will be announcements next week.

by 1 year ago

Valve is at their mischief again.  A mysterious new hype page is teasing mysterious updates to the "Steam Universe" in 2014.  Knowing Valve, the page is some elaborate Alternate Reality …

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Games for the Masses–Weekend Deals 09//20//2013

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Welcome back to Games for the Masses, where we help you pay less to play more!  While we at the GtfM Central Politburo wait eagerly for Kickstarter smash Star Citizen, …

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Elementary, my dear Playstation! Sherlock Holmes set to investigate next-gen success with Crimes & Punishments

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Sherlock Holmes is a character who can elicit a lot of fond memories for people, and there's no doubt that he's one of the most revered literary creations of all …

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