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A first look at the MMO soccer simulator 90 Minute Fever

by 3 weeks ago

As fun and dynamic playing sport simulation titles is, there’s always been a looming sense of loneliness in the games, even with the best of the genre.  90 Minute Fever seeks …

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Gaming Trend interviews COO of 13 AM Games Dave Proctor regarding Runbow retail releases, publishing wing

by 3 weeks ago

Recently announced at E3, 13 AM Games will release retail versions of the independently created Runbow this fall.  Runbow Deluxe and Runbow Pocket, for the Wii U and New 3DS …

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Epic’s action packed, approachable MOBA: Paragon

by 4 weeks ago

It’s no secret that MOBAs are immensely popular. With heavyweights like League of Legends, Smite, and DOTA 2, the genre has exploded in popularity. In fact, the upcoming DOTA 2 …

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Paper Diablo – Hands-on Book of Demons Preview

by 4 weeks ago

I think the meeting with the Thing Trunk team went a little like this: “Hey, what was awesome about the original Diablo?” to which somebody responded “The way monsters, crates, …

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The Elder Scrolls: Legends Preview

by 4 weeks ago

It’s hard to believe that the Elder Scrolls franchise has been around for two decades. During that time, the fantasy realm of Tamriel has hosted a bevy of terrific role-playing …

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Gaming Trend Podcast: A hopeful update

by 1 month ago

    We had some technical issues but Kenneth and Eric are here to salvage the majority of the latest episode of the GT Reboot Podcast. Eric has some sterilized non-review opinions …

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    Free credits and cards for CCG/Tactical title, Warhammer 40K: Space Wolf

    by 1 month ago

    It's hard to know what games are worthwhile in the App Store and Google Play, but it's equally as hard to pass up Warhammer. We teamed up with publisher HeroCraft …

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    Rising to the top: Project Highrise preview

    by 1 month ago

    As a kid, Maxis was one of my favorite studios (hell, it still is), and I owned nearly every game they released. When it was acquired by EA in 1997, …

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    Kevin Crawford on Religion and Gaming

    by 1 month ago

    Religion has always had a troubled presentation in roleplaying games. Faith is one of the deepest mysteries of humanity and roleplaying is one of the best avenues of self exploration. …

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    Gaming Trend Podcast: Pokemon Going, going, gone

    by 1 month ago

      Pokemon Go is all the rage right now, but our panel on this week's GT Reboot Podcast is mixed on Nintendo's latest mobile craze. Eric, Kenneth, and Jay are here …

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      More cute than it has a right to be – The Secret Life of Pets: Unleashed impressions

      by 1 month ago

      I don’t normally cover free-to-play titles as there’s little need -- you can simply try them out for yourself. That said, I enjoyed The Secret Lives of Pets movie so …

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      Meet me at the Pokestop: Pokemon Go and the power of social mobile games

      by 1 month ago

      "Pokémon Go is going to suck," I said with confidence, "but I'm going to waste so much time on it." I made this very incorrect prediction about the quality of …

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