PAX

Fly like a bus — Omnibus preview

by 8 months ago

Heroes come in many shapes and forms. Some in capes, some in tights, some even in a squirrel outfit. Omnibus doesn’t need any of that though, as it is just …

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The power of the people — Okhlos preview

by 8 months ago

The power of the people is vital in democracy, that the population must be able to determine their own future and course. It’s that vein that Okhlos derives its inspiration …

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PAX South – Bill and Ted’s Excellent Board Game demo

by 8 months ago

If you are a child of the 80's like me, you can probably quote the movie Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure in your sleep.  Featuring a very young (and less …

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PAX South – EVGA Booth Tour

by 8 months ago

EVGA had some exciting new products to show at PAX South, including a look at their new gaming laptop they debuted at CES - the SC17.   We got a …

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PAX South: Kingston showcases HyperX lineup of awesome headsets

by 8 months ago

We got a personal tour of the Kingston booth at PAX South and two headsets caught our eyes (or more accurately, our ears).  The first one was the HyperX Cloud …

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Walking a different path with Stories: The Path of Destinies

by 8 months ago

Here’s an honest confession: I try to avoid making appointments for the same game two shows in a row. It becomes a little odd to play through the same bits …

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PAX South: We check out the prototype of Zombie Tower 3D

by 8 months ago

Laura stumbled on a prototype game that caught her eye at PAX South in San Antonio.  The game, Zombie Tower 3D, is already a hit in Japan, but this Summer …

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PAX South: The XCOM 2 mod panel shows a world of possibilities

by 8 months ago

The XCOM 2 panel at PAX South in San Antonio opened with a look backward to XCOM: Enemy Within. Joining the Firaxis team on stage, the Long War Studios team …

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Seeing is believing — Invisigun Heroes preview

by 8 months ago

A simple concept can make for the best games. In Invisigun Heroes, that concept is a top-down pixelated shooter where everyone is invisible. Both you and your opponents leave only …

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A platform of my own design — Light Fall preview

by 8 months ago

Jump, jump, platform, jump. I’m skipping my way across a massive ocean, barely hanging above the crest of the waves below, dodging swordfish and spikes as well as the deadly …

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A dance with robotic death — Blade Ballet preview

by 8 months ago

Born from a late-night tech demo involving boxes and knives, DreamSail Games’ Blade Ballet is deceptively simple. Four robots enter, one… well, it doesn’t exactly leave, but it doesn’t get …

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Distance is what happens when Mario Kart and Tron have a one night stand

by 1 year ago

It's got daddy's looks and mommy's attitude. I’ve never been a huge fan of racing games that take place in realistic environments, such as modern cities or real-world race tracks. I …

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