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  • Blog Post: Powering On Your PS4 (For Dummies)

    You know the drill: You get home, you tear open the box, and you (carefully) yank your newly purchased console out. Then you plug everything on, press the power button, and step back in amazement. Success! That's what we were hoping for, too. As it turned out, the PS4's power button might be... More
  • Blog Post: Acclaimed Author Neil Gaiman Announces First Game Project

    The Neverwhere writer is creating Wayward Manor, a macabre puzzle/adventure game developed in partnership with the indie studio The Odd Gentlemen. The author, who's well known in comic and fantasy circles for many books including Neverwhere , American Gods , and the classic comic book series Sandman... More
  • Blog Post: Playdead Adapting Limbo For The PlayStation Vita

    After nearly three years since initial release, the celebrated sidescroller Limbo will be ported to the PlayStation Vita. Limbo made reviewers take notice that it is not only entertaining, but can serve as a prime example of video games as an art form. Original developer Playdead, along with Double Eleven... More
  • Blog Post: Papo & Yo Coming To Steam

    This morning I had the pleasure of meeting with Vander Caballero, the man who took his struggle with his abusive father and transported it into Papo & Yo to help others cope with similar situations. Originally exclusive to PSN, Caballero excitedly revealed that Papo & Yo is coming to Steam on... More
  • Blog Post: The Swapper Stands Out At PAX East's Indie Megabooth

    In the PAX East Indie Megabooth, two developers from Finnish developer Facepalm Games are situated at a small booth with a game that shows as much promise as anything else I've seen at the show so far. It only takes a few minutes of playing or watching The Swapper to appreciate the possibilities... More
  • Blog Post: Mobile Adventure Game Year Walk Goes Live At Midnight

    The anticipated 2D adventure-puzzle game, Year Walk, for iOS goes live tonight at midnight. Year Walkers begin their walk on midnight Christmas Eve or New Year’s Eve, and they walk to see the future and ponder their fate. Walkers must go without food or drink during the trek, which can lead to... More
  • Blog Post: Quantum Conundrum Game Show More Confusing Than Puzzles

    Iam8bit has teamed up with Square Enix to produce a live action game show based on Airtight Game’s recent release Quantum Conundrum. Here is the first episode of The Super Dimensional Quantum Learning’s Problems and Solutions Gametime Spectacular!! hosted by G4's Attack of the Show co... More
  • Blog Post: Aperture Science Wants To Sell You A Turret From Portal 2

    I can’t remember ever being this excited for a minute-long commercial. Valve has released the third entry in their series of Aperture Investment Opportunity videos. This third video highlights the positives for civilians using their military-grade turrets. Portal 2 arrives on PlayStation 3, Xbox... More
  • Blog Post: Ilomilo Autumn Tale DLC Pack Announced

    This is the best news I've heard all day. One of my favorite games of last year -- the groundbreaking action/puzzle game Ilomilo -- is receiving a dose of DLC goodness on March 9. According to the Ilomilo blog , the DLC is entitled Autumn Tale and will include a new setting, two new chapters in the... More
  • Blog Post: Translating The Cover

    The back cover of GI's February issue is the key to understanding Skyrim's recent trailer and gives the first clues about its story. Last month saw the release of the teaser trailer for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, also available at the bottom of this article. During the trailer, you probably... More
  • Blog Post: Trilobyte Games Releasing 7th Guest On iOS

    Multimedia lives! Trilobyte Games has announced that it will be bringing its classic adventure game The 7th Guest to a new generation on iOS. The game will be available for download through iTunes in December, allowing players to explore the spooky Stauf mansion on iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch for $3... More
  • Blog Post: Free iPhone Game Of The Moment: Enjoy Sudoku Daily

    There are a lot of Sudoku apps out there, but this is easily the best one I've found in months of searching. You'd think that it wouldn't be that hard to not screw up something as simple as Sudoku, but this is the only one that doesn't have a terrible interface, annoying graphics, or... More
  • Blog Post: $3 Buys You A Ticket To Puzzle Heaven

    It isn't new, but it's the hotness in my pocket. Drop7 was introduced to me in Cologne by Street Fighter's Seth Killian, and I can't stop playing this iPhone puzzler. Drop7 is part Sudoku and part Tetris. You've got all the time in the world to make your decisions, but you'll... More
  • Blog Post: Manipulate Gravity, Melt Your Brain In Lazy Raiders

    Characters with old-school hats are definitely here to stay , and developer Sarbakan Game Studio is ready to throw its chapeau into the ring. The company's game Lazy Raiders for Xbox Live Arcade is a mind-melting puzzler where players manipulate gravity to slide their hero into treasure and to avoid... More
  • Blog Post: First Trailer For Chime On XBLA

    This week saw the announcement of Chime, an intriguing new puzzle game for XBLA from developer Zoë Mode. The game, which is set to release just before the holidays, is being published by OneBigGame, a video gaming children's charity organization. For more info on the game, make sure and check... More
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