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Take a walk: Rogue Wizards review

by 10 hours ago

Dungeon crawlers have to walk (crawl?) a precarious line, and all too often fall to one side or the other. All too often, roguelikes fall short of becoming addicting, and …

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Descending into nostalgia: Overload preview

by 2 weeks ago

A six-degrees-of-freedom (6DoF) shooter named Descent came out in 1995. Parallax Software, the developer, went on to create the sequel, Descent II as well. Descent 3, however, was developed by …

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Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night gets delayed

by 3 weeks ago

Castlevania spiritual successor Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night has been delayed to the first half of 2018, Koji "IGA" Igarashi announced today. In an apologetic video posted on the Bloodstained Kickstarter page, …

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Season 3 of Telltale’s The Walking Dead gets its release window

by 3 weeks ago

Today at PAX West, Telltale Games revealed that the third season of The Walking Dead: A Telltale Games Series is called A New Frontier and will be launching this November on …

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Ten big games still coming 2016

by 1 month ago

We're approaching the end of another year, and the close of 2016 marks another seminal chapter in the history of video games; The Witness enamored many, INSIDE baffled us all, …

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Rocksmith 2014 Edition – Remastered announced, free patch for existing users

by 1 month ago

Today, Ubisoft announced a remastered version of its Rocksmith 2014 title for release in the fall. Releasing for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, and Mac, players who already own a …

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League of Legends returns solo queue to Challenger tier

by 1 month ago

League of Legends players of the highest tier are seeing the return of solo queue. In its recent issue of Riot Plz, Riot stated that the newer dynamic queue is failing to meet …

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Suddenly awestruck by Sudden Strike 4

by 2 months ago

I didn’t think I’d ever be writing this. 2008 saw the release of Sudden Strike 3, but it wasn’t received well, having been criticized for terrible pathfinding and squandered potential. …

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First impressions of Vikings—Wolves of Midgard

by 2 months ago

Vikings are badass. Full of giants, gods, elves, and dwarves, their mythology is too. These things are a natural foundation for video games. They provide a rich background and a …

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Of Gods and Chaos: Okhlos Preview

by 2 months ago

Okhlos reads like a tongue-in-cheek history lesson on Ancient Greece and plays like a surprisingly brutal roguelike that hinges on your ability to manage a horde of Greece's more underrepresented …

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New gameplay trailer released for music RPG The Metronomicon

by 2 months ago

Today, Puuba and Kasedo Games released a new gameplay trailer for its upcoming musical RPG The Metronomicon, highlighting the game’s various modes, locations, abilities, and overall gameplay. The Metronomicon blends …

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Bring home the bacon: Psilocybe Games founder on Pigsodus, Kickstarter

by 2 months ago

An interesting take on point-and-click adventure games, Psilocybe Games’ Pigsodus is currently on crowdfunding platform Kickstarter. The game follows Horace Oinkstein, a smart pig that longs for freedom from his …

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