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

 

Review: Disgaea 4: A Promise Unforgotten

Review: Disgaea 4: A Promise Unforgotten 

NIS America moor the latest in Nippon Ichi Software’s flagship series, Disgaea 4: A Promise Unforgotten, to western harbors. Should you join Team Valvatorez?

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Preview: SSX

Preview: SSX 

So, SSX is back. The popular Snowboarding franchise from last generation has returned but is it a glorious comeback or a cash in on a much loved name?

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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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Review: Hard Reset

Review: Hard Reset 

Just two months prior to its release, Polish developer Flying Wild Hog announced their debut game – Hard Reset. Along with the debut trailer, the developer promised an FPS with old-school sensibilities, designed exclusively for the PC. It sounded like a promising first game for the new studio. Did Flying Wild Hog succeed or fail?

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Double Review: Dead Horde

Double Review: Dead Horde 

As killing zombies is always more fun with company, Miodrag and Declan have decided to try and survive Dead Horde together and brave the dangers of zombies mutants explosions.

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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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Review: Blocks That Matter

Review: Blocks That Matter 

Blocks That Matter is about intrigue, deception and, most of all, love. The power of love towards all things blocky. It is a tribute to games with blocks. And why not? Blocks are great. My first ever gaming experience was smashing a block as Alex Kidd. Only his blocks didn’t matter all that much (poor Alex Kidd). You play as Tetrobot, a robot who can collect blocks of matter and set them four at a time. The blocks are scattered throughout the level, each with their own properties. The sand […]

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A Perfect Fit

A Perfect Fit 

Sport (/spɔːt/) 1. an activity involving physical exertion and skill in which an individual or team competes against another or others for entertainment.

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Experience Points: Champions Online – Part 9: Community and Communication

Experience Points: Champions Online – Part 9: Community and Communication 

The goal of this series was to give an overview of the state of the game from a player perspective, as balanced as possible and taking most things into account. At whom was it directed?

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Review: Chantelise – A Tale of Two Sisters

Review: Chantelise – A Tale of Two Sisters 

Following the success of Recettear: An Item Shop’s Tale, Carpe Fulgur has delivered another game from EasyGameStation, Chantelise – A Tale of Two Sisters.

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Pixelogic Talks Deus Ex

Pixelogic Talks Deus Ex 

Pixelogic, creator of digital sculpting program Zbrush, interviewed Sebastian Legrain, character artist for Human Revolution.

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Review: EDGE

Review: EDGE 

After all the legal disputes over EDGE’s name, I for one am glad to have the opportunity to play it on the PC now. EDGE has this inherent charm in the sense that whenever you fire it up on Steam, your humorous friends will flood the screen yelling “EDGE” in all caps.

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Experience Points: Champions Online – Part 8: PvP

Experience Points: Champions Online – Part 8: PvP 

So far, most of this “Experience Points” series was based on just that: an overview from player experience. It’s a bit harder to offer my opinion on PvP when I haven’t dabbled in it much myself. As it seems to be a habit of mine, I’ll try and put in a few disclaimers before delving deeper.

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Review: Beat Hazard Ultra (PC)

Review: Beat Hazard Ultra (PC) 

Last year’s Beat Hazard fused the musically-generated ideas of Audiosurf with the gameplay of Geometry Wars. This novel mix entertained, but there was little depth or variety to sustain it. The new Ultra DLC aims to rectify that.

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Good old Games Fumble Dungeon Keeper 2

Good old Games Fumble Dungeon Keeper 2 

  Good Old Games is a digital distribution store that specialises in releasing older PC games in a way that will run on modern systems. Since last week they have being releasing some old EA-published titles, starting with Dungeon Keeper 2. They got off on the wrong foot.

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