Victor Grunn

PROFILE:

Victor Grunn has been a gamer since the days of single-button joysticks and the Atari 800XL. When not lamenting the loss of the Ultima series or setting people on fire in Team Fortress 2, he's an aspiring indie game developer and freelance writer.

Posts by Victor Grunn:

Despite Xbox One’s coming launch, 360 has years ahead of it

by 1 year ago

Good news for you 360 owners: Microsoft sees literally years of life left in the home console, despite the coming launch of the Xbox One. Eurogamer reports an interview where chief …

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New Xbox One details surface about demos, multiple gamertag logins

by 1 year ago

Some more information about the Xbox One's particulars has been released, courtesy of some Q&A over at IGN. Of particular note are the announcements that not all games on the …

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Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare will be $39.99, multiplayer focused

by 1 year ago

Shacknews has some information about Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare that's sure to turn the heads of fans of the horticultural undead-slaying game. First comes the claim that Garden Warfare …

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Gearbox Community Day coming Sept 14th with subscriber incentives

by 1 year ago

Gearbox Software, makers of the glorious Borderlands series, will be hosting a Community Day event this September 14th. Unlike previous years, this time around the whole event is going to …

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Square-Enix developing zombie-themed card battler Deadman’s Cross

by 1 year ago

You know what there's a tremendous abundance of? 'Collectible card game' titles on mobile devices. Also, zombies in just about any medium you can think of . But what if …

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We are weapons! Space Hulk review

by 1 year ago

As far as Warhammer 40k goes, I suppose I'm something of a heretic. I've played Dawn of War 1 and 2, picked up all the expansions, and I've loved just …

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The hobbits are killing everyone! Guardians of Middle-earth reviewed

by 1 year ago

It seems like everyone is jumping on the MOBA wagon, and the fine denizens of Middle-earth are no exception. Originally launched on the 360, Guardians of Middle Earth has just seen …

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Deja vu – Battle Dragons review

by 1 year ago

Imagine someone released a game that practically created a new genre of realtime strategy for portable touch-sensitive devices like the iPad - something that played very different from most of …

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Giving cuteness a flamethrower – Battle Dragons initial impressions

by 1 year ago

Battle Dragons has been released on the App Store, and I've been spending a little time with it. Presenting you with the task of building and commanding an army of …

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Plants vs. Zombies 2: It’s About Time – Information Extravaganza!

by 1 year ago

 Plants vs Zombies 2: It's About Time has to be one of the most aptly named sequels in the history of gaming. After all, the original came out way back in …

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Electronic Arts’ Origin service adds 24 hour refund policy for EA games

by 1 year ago

You know what's a nice change of pace? Writing some news about Electronic Arts doing something great and laudable for its customers. This news certainly qualifies: EA has added a …

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Battle Dragons blazes onto the App Store offering realtime combat, pvp

by 1 year ago

If you've got an iOS and a craving for a mix of empire-building and simple, realtime tactic fun, then you now have another reason to pick up your iOS device. …

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