Things To Pass Time Before Final Fantasy XV Releases
 

Things To Pass Time Before Final Fantasy XV Releases

 
Roll 6 or Die: Review – Heroes Wanted
 

Roll 6 or Die: Review

Heroes Wanted

 
Roll 6 or Die: Review – A Study In Emerald
 

Roll 6 or Die: Review

A Study In Emerald

 

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British Academy Video Game Awards 2012

British Academy Video Game Awards 2012 

Once again it’s March and that means the BAVGAs. Once more hosted by Irish comedian Dara O’Briain. Opening with a terrible “arrow in the knee” joke, then lambasting ITV for its use of ARMA II footage as never-before-seen footage of the IRA.  Surprisingly no quips about the current status of BAVGA sponsor GAME. This year introduces the “Performer” award.

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The Surprise Killer Feature of the Vita

The Surprise Killer Feature of the Vita 

So, the Vita has launched today and some of our writers and readers are playing with theirs as I type. While I do not own one myself I have observed the biggest part of the Vita that may play into its future growth: The Twitter app.

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Keeping On Top Of Your Games

Keeping On Top Of Your Games 

As the years pass, and generations of consoles pass us by, so grows our gaming library. But how do you keep track of a library of games, especially in an age where it’s not as simple as looking at your shelf? I’ve had a hunt about for some of the best ways to accomplish this.

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A Tour of Steam Mobile Beta

A Tour of Steam Mobile Beta 

Today Steam released “Steam Mobile”, an app for iOS and Android devices. It’s currently a closed beta, with invites slowly rolling out across the Steam user base. Lucky for you guys I got in so I can give you a glimpse of what’s in store.

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Check out Indie Games Developer

Check out Indie Games Developer 

Launched just the other day, Indie Games Developer is a free to read online magazine. Available in both flash and PDF form it’s something great to pass some of the weekend.

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Press X or Die GOTY Reader Vote

Press X or Die GOTY Reader Vote 

For this year we’re going to let you guys get more involved with the PXOD GOTY, and so we are having a readers’ vote.

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My Game of the Year: Deus Ex: Human Revolution

My Game of the Year: Deus Ex: Human Revolution 

Another year, another RPG. I clearly have a soft spot here. Human Revolution was a prequel to the “once you mention it someone will install it” Deus Ex, frequently voted one of the top PC games of all time. Huge shoes to fill but for Eidos Montreal’s debut game they certainly hit the mark.

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PXOD Game of the Year 2011 – Nominations

PXOD Game of the Year 2011 – Nominations 

It’s that time of year again, folks. Twelve months have passed. Hundreds of games have been released. But which of the cream of the crop will become the Press X or Die Game of the Year 2011? There’s only one way to find out.

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Review: Bang! The Videogame

Review: Bang! The Videogame 

Bang! is a videogame version of the 2002 card game of the same name. You take on a spaghetti western-inspired role and strategically play your hand in order to eliminate the other players. It is out on multiple platforms, so for the purpose of this review we’ve covered both the iPhone and PC version.

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Valve To Crack Down On Artificially Inflated Servers

Valve To Crack Down On Artificially Inflated Servers 

In a recent email to server operators, Valve declared that they will soon be actively policing servers that they feel are falsifying information from the master server list.

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Press X or Die is now two years old

Press X or Die is now two years old 

Two years ago, with the infamous words “feck it, I’m bored”, Press X or Die was born.  We still don’t have a studio, but there was at least a basic game made in the past year. However, as promised, we have been on the up and up.

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The Project Zomboid Theft and Collateral damage

The Project Zomboid Theft and Collateral damage 

If you’re someone who keeps their ear to the ground in regards to indie news you’ll most likely have heard that last night the laptops belonging to two of the Indie Stone developers were stolen along with months of work on the game.

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Drinking Games

Drinking Games 

For those of you legally able to drink you may wish to check out The Drunken Moogle. It’s a blog focusing on combining your love of video games with the impairing effects of alcohol. Which, in some cases, isn’t a bad thing.

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Friday Freeloader: Portal

Friday Freeloader: Portal 

Valve’s critical hit Portal is now free for all. It had previously gone free alongside the launch of Steam on Mac last year but now it seems the new price tag is here to stay.

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Tiny Build Games Upload Own Game To Piratebay

Tiny Build Games Upload Own Game To Piratebay 

Tiny Build Games, creators of “No Time to Explain” decided that if you can’t beat them, you may as well join them, by uploading their own game to The Pirate Bay. The upload even came with matching pirate theme, which is what tipped TorrentFreak off that this wasn’t your average game torrent.

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