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Streetpass fun with Ultimate Angler and Battleground Z

by 1 week ago

  The Streetpass experience on the Nintendo 3DS has gotten a bit bigger, thanks the the addition of two new bite-sized titles: Ultimate Angler and Battleground Z. Available together for $7.99 …

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Crazy Eights: Ryan Wolfe on Shadowstar Corsairs

by 2 weeks ago

Creating a new game and publishing it yourself can be a challenging endeavor.  However, more and more people are doing it with the help of Kickstarter.  Ryan Wolfe tried and …

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Playing chess with a bolter — Warhammer 40,000: Regicide Early Access impressions

by 2 weeks ago

Warhammer 40,000 has provided some pretty amazing gaming experiences, from the excellent Dawn of War series to the brutal Space Marine game. Developer Hammerfall has taken an interesting route with …

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Concrete jungle — hands-on with Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy

by 2 weeks ago

My first hour with Operation Abyss was spent lazily reading over screen after screen of text, trying to best absorb the heavy amounts of info dumped at the outset of …

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Crazy Eights: Eight Questions with Mike Selinker about Apocrypha

by 3 weeks ago

Mike Selinker is a major developer in the board game world.  His most recent large success is the Pathfinder Adventure Card Game system, but he's had plenty other titles under …

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Gaming Trend Podcast: PC Master Race infighting

by 3 weeks ago

    You know want to know what’s a bad feeling? Recording a podcast and realizing your mic wasn't functioning after the fact. Eric is joined by Niko and Sean this week while …

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    Yooka-Laylee and the importance of retro revivals

    by 3 weeks ago

    Over a decade ago, I lost something important to me. As a teenager, I didn’t quite realize it at the time, but a game studio that had very much shaped …

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    Last train to Augur Peak — An interview with Ashton Raze, the mind behind the Charnel House Trilogy

    by 3 weeks ago

    A few weeks ago, I checked out a short horror adventure game called "The Charnel House Trilogy." It was a rainy afternoon, dreary outside, and I was really intrigued by …

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    Handsome Jack deserves redemption in Tales from the Borderlands

    by 3 weeks ago

    There aren’t many characters in games that have grabbed me as quickly as Borderlands’ Handsome Jack. Unlike most fans of this Hyperion dictator, my first exposure to Handsome Jack was …

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    How The Witcher 3 changes open worlds forever

    by 3 weeks ago

    Open-world games are not exactly new. Akalabeth: World of Doom (precursor to the Ultima series) was arguably first, but games like The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall come to mind, as …

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    Gore, guns and gear – Killing Floor 2 previewed

    by 3 weeks ago

    Killing Floor is one of my go-to games, a title that survives every formatting and OS reinstall of my main PC gaming rig. When I want FPS cooperative action, it's …

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    Proving Grounds – Jotun Preview

    by 3 weeks ago

    [The video above contains some language on my part, and is an archive of the stream I did of my first playthrough of Jotun's Alpha] Jotun, like a lot of …

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