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Steam Weeklong Deals for the Week of September 15th

on Mon, Sep 15, 2014 | By Jared Gooch
Steam Weeklong Deals

Steam Weeklong Deals time again. They are selling the Dreamcast Collection of games separately for $5.99 a piece. There are 4 games in the Collection, but you can get the pack for $10.49 so don’t bother with buying them individually. If you’re into classic mayhem games, they have Postal and Shadow Warrior Classic Redux ...

Starlight Inception (Review)- In Space No One Can Hear You Vomit

on Sun, Sep 14, 2014 | By J.M. Bohn
Starlight Inception

I have had some stinkers land in my lap for review. Games that I truly didn’t like for what they were. When this happens, I always try to find some positive thing to mention. I also find it important to note the potential lessons that can be learned from a failed attempt or even tweaks I believe might raise the game to a whole new level. These developers work hard and...

Grab a copy of Skyrim: Legendary Edition on sale at Kinguin this weekend

on Fri, Sep 12, 2014 | By Bryan
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As a huge fan of the Elder Scrolls series, Skyrim is a must have.  Having put almost 50 hours in myself (and only finishing the main story no less) I can guarantee you no matter what you pay for this game it is worth it.  What makes it better though is if you can grab the Legendary Edition for a super low price and get a pack of DLC as a bonus. Kinguin has the Legendary...

The Unintended Consequence of Gaming: Education

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on Fri, Sep 12, 2014 | By Christopher Carpenter

Now as I’m sure most of you already know of the educational abilities that gaming has to offer, I won’t try to convince you of such things. The fact of the matter is: gaming has been proven to help with various qualities of life such as hand-eye coordination, multitasking, focus, Et Cetera. What this article will instead discuss is this unintended aspect of gaming...

Thrillville off the Rails Review

on Thu, Sep 11, 2014 | By Marc Strijthagen
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As I had free choice of which game to write about I found myself quickly in a not seeing the wood for the trees kind of situation. Which in this case is a good thing, who would visit a download site with no choice. So I decided to go with a developer I am quite familiar with namely Lucasarts. Originally developed by  Frontier, distributed by Lucasarts and available on steam it...

The Ultimate Personalized Gaming Network

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on Wed, Sep 10, 2014 | By Jesus Mendoza

Stephen Wright wants to tell us about a Kickstarter gaming project going under the name The Ultimate Personalized Gaming Network. The network is made for gamers, gaming websites and game makers. He hopes you can help pledge this project because it will benefit gamers, gaming sites/content creators and gamers above and beyond any gaming network today. The idea of the project...

Nuclear Throne (Impressions)-You Won’t Go Infertile Sitting Here

on Tue, Sep 9, 2014 | By J.M. Bohn
Nuclear Throne

Those of you who follow the indie game scene probably don’t need me to tell you that Vlambeer is awesome. Their lo-fi graphics mixed with tight, simple, and addictive game play has placed them at the forefront of the scene. Luftrauser’s dog-fighting still has me in its grip, though I still haven’t been able to shoot down that darn blimp. The score grabbing...

Deponia: The Complete Journey A Review

on Tue, Sep 9, 2014 | By Dwight Coake
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  So, I’ve been a big fan of point and click adventure games for a very long time, I’ve said this before..and when I had the chance to review Deponia: The Complete Journey, I jumped at it.  Deponia is a trash planet.  Yes, a planet covered in trash.  The story deals with the main character, Rufus, and his many attempts to escape the planet and join with...

Adventures of Pip (Pax Prime Impressions)-Platforming Evolved

on Thu, Sep 4, 2014 | By J.M. Bohn
Adventures of Pip

Don’t let the retro styled graphics of this one fool you. The look of Tic Toc Games’ Adventures of Pip has a purpose integral to the gameplay. You start off on this journey as a pixel. One single pixel. He doesn’t seem to be able to do much beyond hop on enemies and collect coins. It’s through collecting these coins that you are able to move up the...

Assault Android Cactus (Pax Prime Impressions)

on Thu, Sep 4, 2014 | By J.M. Bohn
Assault Android Cactus

Wandering around the show floor at this year’s Pax Prime yielded some interesting surprises. One of the true standouts was Witch Beam’s Assault Android Cactus. Currently in Early Access, this stylized twin-stick shooter provided addictive thrills and an incredible amount of bullet hell action. Beginning with a brief tutorial, this game is upfront with what you...