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  • Games You May Have Missed - The Terror Aboard the Speedwell

    The Terror Aboard the Speedwell Creator: Javy Gwaltney (Illustration by Elizabeth Simins ) Genre: Interactive Fiction (Horror) Platform: PC, Mac, Linux Special Edition Release: September 2014 (about 3 years, 8 months ago) Where to Buy: On Lo-Fi... More
  • Wario Land II Review - Greed Is Mediocre

    Developer: Nintendo Publisher: Nintendo Release Year: 2000 Played on Nintendo 3DS (via Virtual Console) Wario sure has had a strange journey, starting off as a villain in Mario Land 2 to basically usurping the role of hero (or rather anti-hero) away from... More
  • Kingdom Come: Deliverance DLC and News

    Warhorse Studios has released a roadmap for Kingdom Come: Deliverance and it shows some big plans for this year. Kingdom Come debuted in February to mixed reviews due in large part to game-breaking bugs, but it looks like the developers aren't giving... More
  • The 50 Best Games: 46 - Castle Crashers

    The beat-em up genre is one that is often described fondly only through the heavily-filtered lenses of nostalgia and time. In reality, it's a concept that was summarily improved and made nearly obsolete as we got better and more robust 3D engines... More
  • Journal of a Mechwarrior Part 8

    The aftermath of Weldry had a big effect on Lady Arano. She realized that the struggle against the Directorate was about more than just symbols; it was a desperate struggle against a ruthless, authoritarian regime that was casual with torture and democide... More
  • Don't Blame Black Ops 4

    If the traditional single-player experience is dead, it was suicide. People want to share important experiences with others. That’s why so many forms of entertainment are group activities. Most people would never dream of venturing into a movie... More
  • The Best Games Period - Episode 99 - Plants vs. Zombies

    Take a journey with us back to the ye olden days of 2009 when the war between casual and hardcore gamers raged. While it would take many years for the conflict to settle to a low simmer, one game seemed to unite the two sides in harmony; a tower defense... More
  • Journal of a Mechwarrior Part 7

    Author's note: Today's Journal Entry has what can only be called spoilers for the story. Nothing overly major, but if you plan to actually play the game you might want to skip this one. "Weldry," Lord Madeira began, "one of the... More
  • Would A Star Fox Racing Game Really Be That Bad?

    With about three weeks to go until this year's E3 press conferences, it's that lovely time of year... The time when gamers run rabid with speculation, baseless rumors build upon one another with little credentials to back them up, and certain... More
  • Journal of a Mechwarrior Part 6

    Steadily I have been getting better at this. Before missions with a Difficulty Rating of two or higher were invitations to death and bankruptcy, now they are manageable. My trip to Sacromonte was not worth mention; another milk run, but when I picked... More
  • Best Games in the PlayStation Flash Sale this Weekend

    Stop by the PlayStation Store now for up to 75% off on games you might have missed. There are over 150 deals on offer, so hopefully you'll find something that suits your tastes and wallet. If you already have decision fatigue, here is a list of discounted... More
  • Gwent Beta: Rule Changes, Loot Boxes, and Trolls, Oh My!

    The Witcher 3’s surprise card game hit- Gwent- has its own free-standing game on the way. I grabbed my PS4, cranked up the tavern music, and gave the open beta a whirl. What I found was a game familiar in semblance but unfortunately different at... More
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