Tag: Steam

Oyi. As if the multiple delays and horrendous last trailer weren\’t enough, Kickstarter backers have yet to receive codes or physical copies for Mighty No. 9. You know, the game fans funded to the tune of over four million dollars to help create. As you can imagine, the Kickstarter community is none to pleased. To […]

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I played roughly twelve hours of the excellent SteamWorld Heist on my 3DS to write you people a review, but then tragedy struck. My 3DS\’s SD card straight up flatlined and, long story short, I lost everything from the past five years. Game saves, street passes, the whole shebang. It sucked! As luck would have […]

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If you could go back and alter the course of your destiny armed with the knowledge you have now, what would you change? Stories: The Path of Destinies presents that same question over and over. You start out as a fox named Reynardo who’s an airship captain for the Rebellion, a little army trying to […]

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Like the duels of ages past, there isn’t much time for talking. Spit an insult at your opponent and show them you’ve got the stones to follow through. The latest in old western dueling technology has come to steam on April 21st of this year. Western Press pits you against your enemies in hilarious fashion […]

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For those of you who are still excited about Mighty No. 9 I have some great news—the game has gone gold! Once a game goes gold that means the code is ready for retail disc pressin\’ or downloadin\’ to your platform of choice! It launches June 21 in North America and Asia and will hit […]

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I just received this press release literally minutes ago from Activision. Their description of the two recently Ghostbusters titles can be found below along with the trailer I embedded above. The console game, Ghostbusters, is a third-person action role-playing game positively charged for thrilling couch co-op with up to four players locally. As rookie Ghostbusters, […]

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Gone Home Review

Gone Home goes against the mainstream view of what a video game is. There are no enemies, no large open world, and no violence. In their place is an empty house. A house that should be full of life. A house that was supposed to be a fresh start for the Greenbriar family of four. […]

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As I stepped into the Microsoft building for the PlayCrafting NYC weekend event I knew I as in for something special. Rooms and hallways were full of computers and controllers with excited independent developers behind them. All eager to share their newest creation whether they were working on it for months or a year or […]

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