Roll 6 or Die: Review – Sentinels of the Multiverse
 

Roll 6 or Die: Review

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Friday Freeloader: Lost Vikings & Rock N Roll Racing
 

Friday Freeloader: Lost Vikings & Rock N Roll Racing

 
Review: Banished
 

Banished

 

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Review: Capsized

Review: Capsized 

Stationed in the frozen tundra of Saskatchewan, Alientrap Games recently released its stylish platforming shooter, Capsized, suiting up the player as an astronaut crash-landed on an apparently hostile planet. At first look, one would be forgiven for associating it with the likes of Contra, Metal Slug, or even Super Metroid; however, its many thrills and moments of brilliance scratch a different itch than those games or anything like them. After some time is invested into the game, it becomes clear that it is far more unique and skillfully crafted than […]

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Review: The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings

Review: The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings 

The Witcher games are dark fantasy games set in a world heavily influenced by European myths and culture and based upon the works of Andrzej Sapkowski who twists classic fairytales into grim, adult stories. Kings rule the land while nobles get fat off the sweat of peasants. To add colour to the world, there are monsters, mages, elves and dwarves. There are also witchers. Witchers are the professional monster hunters of the world. Taken away at a young age, they’re subjected to intense training while their bodies are mutated to […]

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Super Meat Boy Updated

Super Meat Boy Updated 

Team Meat have pushed a hefty update to Super Meat Boy owners via Steam, adding features including a way to sort user-made levels, a recommended chapter tab, and a nifty-sounding mode called “Enter the Unknown” that creates a 20-level chapter comprised of randomly selected highly-rated levels from the portal. Several bug fixes are also included. via Team Meat

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Watch Frozenbyte Animate a Frog

Watch Frozenbyte Animate a Frog 

Indie developer Frozenbyte is keeping fans updated on the progress of its upcoming sequel to Trine, slated for release this summer on XBLA, PSN, Windows, OSX, and Linux. Mikael gives gamers a quick look at how the animation process works in the video below. via Frozenbyte’s blog

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1…2…3… Kick It! Concept Art Posted

1…2…3… Kick It! Concept Art Posted 

Dejobaan Games artist Amy posted a few pieces of concept art for the indie studio’s currently-in-alpha frenetic rhythm/action game on the company’s blog. It’s worth a gander if you’re into game design, especially game design with an emphasis on insane(ly awesome) art direction. You can take a look at the rest here and here. via Dejobaan Games

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REVIEW: PORTAL 2

REVIEW: PORTAL 2 

There are, by and large, two sorts of sequels in the gaming industry: sequels that publishers demand because they are guaranteed hits that will contribute to a company’s bottom line; and sequels that need to be made, that deserve to be developed, because the mechanics, characters, or design of the original game deserve to be fleshed out and appreciated to a degree and scope that the original never allowed for. Portal 2 is the latter, the game that needed to be made, and one that most gamers will want to […]

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Game Save Manager

Game Save Manager 

Game Save Manager does what it says on the tin. It will automatically scan through your save files, back them up, and later on restore them. I would say it’s an essential download for all PC gamers. I’ve only being using it for a short while and have already fallen in love with its feature set.

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Rumour: Portal 2 to have PC & PS3 Co-op

An EA employee has confirmed to Press X or Die that Valve’s upcoming first-person-puzzle-platformer Portal 2 will be sporting cross-platform co-op between PC and PS3.

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Games for Windows: A Work in Progress

Microsoft’s Digital Distribution service and PC game brand recently relaunched as part of Microsoft’s new push into PC gaming. The Games for Windows brand first launched in 2006 alongside Windows Vista, with a download service and client launching in ‘08. It’s garnered a bit of a bad rap amongst gamers for high prices, limited library and a clunky client. Is the new and improved Games for Windows any better, and if not what is still missing?

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Review: Blacklight: Tango Down

Review: Blacklight: Tango Down 

Zombie Studios aims to bring a decent online shooter experience to the digital marketplaces with Blacklight: Tango Down, an online FPS set in the near future.

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Champions Online goes Free-To-Play

Cryptic Studios’ Superhero MMO will soon join the growing roster of MMOs taking up the F2P business model. This means, starting from next year, anyone can hop on board and fight along with the heroes of Millennium City, and spend as little or as much as they want on the game.

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Hands-On: Frozen Synapse

James is at Eurogamer Expo 2010 in London, and while he’s trying to enjoy himself at his first games showcase, he’s also trying to work and get some hands-on time. This is one of several previews of games featured at this year’s event. One of the games that really surprised me at the Eurogamer Expo this weekend was at the Indie Section: a turn based strategy called Frozen Synapse by Mode 7 Games. It’s a squad-style turn-based shooter that’s a bit hard to explain in only a sentence or two […]

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Hands-On: Brink Multiplayer

James is at Eurogamer Expo 2010 in London, and while he’s trying to enjoy himself at his first games showcase, he’s also trying to work and get some hands-on time. This is one of several previews of games featured at this year’s event. Often enough we’ve seen the term “squad-based shooter” bandied around by production companies and developers alike, but the games just end up being Rambo-style free for all shooters with the only clear objective being to kill whoever’s not on your team. Certain modes in games like Counter-Strike, […]

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Doctor Who Adventure Games Episode 3 announced

The BBC have revealed details for the third entry in its Doctor Who Adventure Game series, which will allow players to pilot the controls of The Doctor’s legendary timeship for the very first time.

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Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light hits Steam and PS3 September 28th, DLC planned

Just a few weeks before the ‘Exclusive’ Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light hits the Xbox Live Marketplace, Crystal Dynamics have announced that the co-op shooter will also be making its way to PS3 and Steam next month.

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