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Blast from the past: Kevin Giguère on Arelite Core development

by 3 weeks ago

Five years into development, Dragon Slumber is set to release Arelite Core on Steam this week. We got to talk with the Kevin Giguère about the game and its development, …

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The ‘Nope’ Challenge — Let’s Play Resident Evil 7

by 4 weeks ago

I hate getting scared. The idea of somehow accessing one's reservoir of dopamine through agitating the reptilian brain has always stricken me as a clear sign of mental instability. And horror games …

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Not close and no cigar: M.E.R.C. Preview

by 1 month ago

M.E.R.C. is a new real-time tactical shooter from TinyMob Games that released on Steam’s Early Access program earlier this month. Set in a not-so-distant dystopian future, you command a team …

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Freedom to act – Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands hands-on preview

by 1 month ago

    Bolivia used to be a peaceful country. Tourists, parades, and happiness -- but all of that was before El Sueño and his Santa Blanca cartel arrived. Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon …

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    Here’s everything we can show you from Halo Wars 2 before release

    by 1 month ago

    Last week we got our hands on Halo Wars 2, the upcoming spartan-infused real-time strategy for Xbox One and Windows PC. Here's all the content that we can show you …

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    Gaming Trend’s Top 10 Games of 2016

    by 1 month ago

    2016 was a seminal year for the world of video games. Virtual reality made its commercial debut, Nintendo broke into the mobile space, and the entire world briefly embraced its …

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    Crazy Eights: Jonny Hinkle on Battle for the Universe

    by 2 months ago

    Games based on comic books have come a long way, with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shadows of the Past, the DC Deckbuilding Game, and Marvel Legendary becoming hits.  However, it's …

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    A creepy day in the neighborhood: Hello Neighbor Alpha

    by 2 months ago

    I’ve never played a game like Dynamic Pixels’ Hello Neighbor. It’s stealthy but playful, creepy but colorful, and sprinkled with light horror and humor. The game is currently in its …

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    Loot Gaming December 2016 Hands On – Spoilers

    by 2 months ago

      Let's get this out of the way: I'm not what you'd call the target audience for 'mystery loot crates.' To start with, I hate mysteries. In fact, almost everyone hates …

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      An introductory look at Ark: Survival Evolved

      by 2 months ago

      It is cold. You’ve been noticing the chill on your skin for a few moments prior, as well as the rough grit of sand on your naked body. The light …

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      Crazy Eights: Tony Chen on Iberian Rails

      by 2 months ago

      Board games use the theme of trains often.  From Ticket to Ride to Steam, riding the rails or building a rail empire bring gamers to the table often.  Now Iberian …

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      Samurai and Vikings and Knights, oh my! For Honor Preview

      by 2 months ago

        “Do you know what kind of creature waits for its own slaughter? Sheep.” -Arguably my new favorite villain ever, Apollyon In a time and society revolving around war and bloodshed, …

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