Friday , 24 February 2017

Gaming

Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom: Resurrecting a 90’s Classic

Monster Boy title 2

Back in the 90’s, and mainly in Japan, Sega released a series of games for its Mega Drive/Genesis set in Monster World. The series of games released to little fanfare in the states, but was a classic to those that played it. In the early 2000’s versions were released for Americans on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Steam, and Wii. Though …

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Death Squared – A Stellar Co-Op Puzzler From Humble Beginnings

The product of the Global Game Jam in 2015, SMG Studios’ Death Squared started as a hastily assembled puzzle game in Sydney Australia. As a matter of fact, you can still find the original version here. To find it on that site, scroll down to the bottom and click on the executable under the final screen shot. While you may have some …

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Tony Hawk Looking to Make New Video Game Without Activision

Tony Hawk skateboarding at event

Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater is an iconic brand in the world of video games. It established the genre and produced hit after hit. THPS 5 was supposed to reinvigorate the series, but it became very apparent upon its release that it was an exercise in seeing how many glitches fit into a single game. Now, Tony Hawk himself revealed that …

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Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind Announcement Trailer!

The Elder Scrolls Online Morrowind announcement

Bethesda Softworks has been on a roll with hit after hit. Following the success of Fallout 4 and news that Skyrim will be making its way to the all-new Nintendo Switch, The Elder Scrolls Online is receiving a massive update. Hardcore fans of the Elder Scrolls series of games always list The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind as one of the greatest RPG’s of all …

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Pixel Heroes: Byte & Magic DHTG review: You. Will. Die.

Back during the time of the original NES, I did not once play an RPG. My first experience with an RPG was Final Fantasy 7 when it released 20 years ago. Since then, I play almost nothing else. But I still don’t have the experiences most others have. The nostalgia of the old school RPG. Enter Pixel Heroes: Byte & …

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Attention To All Agents of Overwatch : Bastion is Getting A Buff

Overwatch: Everyone’s favorite mobile turret is getting even better Bad news for the anti-Bastion crowd on the lower levels of Overwatch’s ladder: Bastion is getting a buff in the very near future. I say it’s bad news for the lower levels of the ladder as Bastion isn’t discussed much in the meta nor is he used much on the higher …

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Check Out the Apocalypse Now Video Game’s Test Footage!

Apocalypse Now title screen

The Apocalypse Now game looks to stay true to Coppola’s film Francis Ford Coppola’s Apocalypse Now is a classic, so much so that some developers started a Kickstarter with a $900,000 goal to develop the classic film into a video game. As of writing this, the Kickstarter has only reached $140,000 of its goal, but there’s still plenty of time. …

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MetaArcade’s Adventure Platform – Play, Create, Get Paid

MetaArcade Logo2

I never really played Tunnels and Trolls. All I knew about the game was it was similar to Dungeons and Dragons, and it was easier to get into. So, when I fired up MetaArcade’s Adventure Platform I wasn’t sure what was about to happen. I was presented with a game with limitless possibilities for growth. User created content is the name of …

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Gorogoa: Strange Name, Brilliant and Beautiful Puzzler

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Tranquil, that would be the way I’d have to describe my time with Jason Roberts’ Gorogoa. When I say it’s Jason Roberts’ game, I mean it. The art, the story, the gameplay, it all comes from his brilliant mind. At PAX South I had the chance to speak with Jason about Gorogoa. Check out the intriguing trailer below, then read on for …

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