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  • Blog Post: Enjoy These Hilarious Video Game Themed Valentine's Day Cards

    With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, several game companies have been posting video game-themed greeting cards online that will warm the pixels of your virtual heart. Grab your companion cube and enjoy these comical, romantic cards that await your significant other or loved one. Konami... More
  • Blog Post: Orcs Must Die Creators Trademark Something Called Echo Prime

    The developers behind Orcs Must Die, its sequel, and Hero Academy have registered a trademark for something called Echo Prime. According to the trademark , it's definitely an "interactive video game" and it appears to be something for mobile devices. The trademark also outlines specifics... More
  • Blog Post: Orcs Must Die 2 Fire & Water Booster Pack Announced

    Robot Entertainment has announced the first of its post-launch support for Orcs Must Die 2. The Fire & Water booster pack features new levels, enemies, and traps, including the Web Spinner (which trap opponents in a sticky web), Ceiling Darts (fairly self-explanatory), and Floor Portals (which transport... More
  • Blog Post: Review Round-Up: Rage, Dark Souls, And More

    I hope you like reviews! With GI neck-deep in the middle of crazy release season, we published no less than 11 reviews this week for games ranging from totally awesome to completely awful. Here's the full round-up. Be sure to click through to read the full reviews. The Binding Of Isaac (PC) - "The... More
  • Blog Post: You Choose How Orcs Must Die In New Interactive Trailer

    Now here's a cool idea. Rather than having a boring, regular old trailer for the upcoming downloadable game Orcs Must Die, developer Robot Entertainment put together a fun interactive trailer on YouTube where viewers get to decide what happens. Specifically, you'll be choosing which traps, weapons... More
  • Blog Post: Orcs (And Gnolls) Must Die In New Trailer

    Robot Entertainment has unveiled some new baddies for its action/strategy game releasing later this summer. Robot Entertainment is a relatively new studio founded in 2009, primarily by a development crew that migrated over from the now defunct Ensemble Studios (Halo Wars, Age of Empires). Orcs Must Die... More
  • Blog Post: Orcs Must Die!

    It's a good sentiment to live by, but it's also the name of a new downloadable game from Robot Entertainment. You could be forgiven if you've never heard of Robot. The team is largely formed from team members who worked over at now-defunct Ensemble Studios on games like Age of Empires and... More
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