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Game Music Bundle 7 is a Steal with Banner Saga, Device 6, Broken Age, LuftRausers at $1

Game Music Bundle 7 is a Steal with Banner Saga, Device 6, Broken Age, LuftRausers at $1

  Out now, gaming’s greatest game bundle’s second cousin of Game Music Bundle release their seventh compilation of incredible soundtracks you need. For the measly cost of $1, Device 6, Broken Age, Luftrausers, The Banner Saga, and The Floor is Jelly are all yours. However, if you pitch in $10 (or ...

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Toy Rush Preview — Pax East 2014

Toy Rush Preview — Pax East 2014

Uber Entertainment has come a long way since its start as pork propagandists in the pocket of big bacon with Monday Night Combat. Now Uber is branching out to real time strategy and different models of release. Planetary Annihilation, with the kickstarter and early access route about galactic dominance, then ...

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Game Music Daily Week 14: Splinter Cell: Blacklist, Bust a Groove, Scott Pilgrim vs the World, Luftrausers, Motocross Madness 2, Tribes: Ascend, Silent Hill 2

Game Music Daily Week 14: Splinter Cell: Blacklist, Bust a Groove, Scott Pilgrim vs the World, Luftrausers, Motocross Madness 2, Tribes: Ascend, Silent Hill 2

Week 14, entries 93-99, Pax East hangover! Cripes, what a mess, our growing coverage of the event that is! We were so busy with appointments, writing, and running the Operation Supply Drop booth our Big Boss and Quinn barely played anything on the show floor because of the outpouring of eyeballs and interested parties, great ...

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Assault Android Cactus Preview — Pax East 2014

Assault Android Cactus Preview — Pax East 2014

Look at it. You have an enclosed, twin-stick shooter priding itself on insane amounts of enemies covering the screen. Both controller nubs control movement and aim, while firing with the triggers.  Pretty standard, right? On the surface, yes, but Assault Android Cactus is one of those games watching just won’t ...

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Mushroom 11 Preview — Pax East 2014

Mushroom 11 Preview — Pax East 2014

  Portal taught us complexity does not translate into success; Two hours, simple gameplay, and a dedication to forcing players to think in ways not experienced before in gaming. Who knew a game involving skirting by unreachable surfaces with a device consisting of walking through walls would be considered a masterpiece ...

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FRACT OSC Preview – Pax East 2014

FRACT OSC Preview – Pax East 2014

Dropped in a bleak, abandoned world of the unknown with no purpose, you arrive alone. Thrown on a foreboding place, directionless, you face solidarity. In this supreme lonesome you reveal the hidden beauty and vibrancy. Peel off more layers to see the world alive with music and color. Coined as ...

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Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel: Real and Ready for This Fall + Trailer

Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel: Real and Ready for This Fall + Trailer

After much speculation, Borderlands will received a 2014 shot of canon by way of a prequel to #2, but not a sequel. No three affixed to Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel here, Gearbox and 2K Australia combine to hit the Fall. Taking a step back (by a few years), we follow not four ...

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The Evil Within Trailer: Box-Headed Butchers, Guillotines, Sunflowers

The Evil Within Trailer: Box-Headed Butchers, Guillotines, Sunflowers

Bethesda and Tango Gameworks’ psychological / survival horror of The Evil Within swings by again for another montage of hallucinatory horror teasing. Detective Sebastian Castellanos and his accompanying mental breakdowns slog through the premises of what initially was just a freak mass murder. Knowing this, we know we’ll be faked out by a ...

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Game Music Daily Week of Great Soundtracks, Disappointing Games: Sonic 3D Blast, LAIR, Dead Island, Balloon Fight, Lost Planet, Medal of Honor: Warfighter

Game Music Daily Week of Great Soundtracks, Disappointing Games: Sonic 3D Blast, LAIR, Dead Island, Balloon Fight, Lost Planet, Medal of Honor: Warfighter

Week 13, entries 85-91, this week we’re wrangling in the theme of great soundtracks, disappointing games. These are the ones where play isn’t a contributing factor to the overall enjoyment of the score. Not in the vein where context isn’t needed, just, the games themselves were lukewarm and took a “half-empty” ...

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Games of the Month: April 2014 Edition

Games of the Month: April 2014 Edition

We get it. Video game release dates are hard to keep up with nowadays. From your last minute delays to your out-of-nowhere episode drops, so many games has us blacking out names etched weeks ago in anticipation. We’re tired of it, and we need to know what will get us ...

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