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Tango Fiesta – 80′s Action Movie Turned Top Down Shooter

by 1 month ago

Unlike most of my colleagues here at Gaming Trend, the 80’s were a bit before my time. My knowledge of the decade comes entirely from secondhand experience via the films, TV …

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A return to Borgovia – Hands-on with Van Helsing II

by 1 month ago

The team at Neocore Games were onto something with their hack-and-slash title, The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing.  Focusing on Abraham Van Helsing, son of the legendary vampire hunter of …

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Frozen Endzone is Football Meets Futuristic Turn-Based Fun

by 1 month ago

Indie studio Mode 7 is best known for Frozen Synapse, a tactical turn-based game that charges players with commanding a small group of troops in battle. The game was the core …

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TGIF: Gaming Trend’s Weekend Lineup

by 1 month ago

    Eighty percent of the United States is stuck indoors because of frigid temperatures and eight feet of snow while the other 20% is melting in a balmy 85 degrees. Why …

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    Looking for a Lovecraftian Horror-Adventure? Enter The Last Door

    by 1 month ago

    H.P. Lovecraft. Edgar Allan Poe. If you recognize these names, it’s likely for one of two reasons: you encountered their works directly, maybe through a high school English Literature course, …

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    The Wolf Among Us Episode 2 is all Smoke & Mirrors

    by 1 month ago

    The revelation at the conclusion of episode one has Bigby Wolf reeling. Smoke & Mirrors opens with the player-controlled protagonist sitting in an interrogation room, filled with contempt for his …

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    Infamous Quests’ Quest for ‘Quest for Infamy’

    by 1 month ago

    When an indie developer called Infamous Quests sets out to make a game called Quest for Infamy, well...the bar is set pretty high. But despite the challenge of living up …

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    Indie dev Josh Long goes in-depth on Oscar, an emotionally charged 2D platformer

    by 2 months ago

    When you're making a big-budget, AAA title, it's hard to focus on anything besides delivering an action-packed thrill ride of a game in the hopes of selling enough copies to …

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    Unboxing South Park: The Stick of Truth Grand Wizard Edition

    by 2 months ago

    We've talked about it for months, mentioned it multiple times in our weekend gaming articles, and have been waiting in anticipation through delay after excruciating delay. Well, South Park: The Stick …

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    TGIF: Gaming Trend’s Weekend Lineup

    by 2 months ago

      This is it. The last week of February has come to a close, and Saturday is the first day of a month where we will see a plethora of highly-anticipated …

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      Call it a Comeback? Jane Jensen on the Return of Story-Driven Adventure

      by 2 months ago

      It’s been lauded countless times over the past few years: “The return of the adventure game!” IGN welcomed the triumphant return of the genre back in 2011, The Guardian discussed …

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      The Humble Mumble – Ty Taylor talks Tumblestone

      by 2 months ago

      When I played The Bridge last year, I was very quickly taken with the game's gorgeous artwork and original gameplay mechanics. When I read that Ty Taylor and Mario Castaneda, the forces behind The …

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