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Galak-Z: The Dimensional Preview – PAX East 2014

Galak-Z: The Dimensional Preview – PAX East 2014

From a distance, Galak-Z: The Dimensional appears to be riding the coattails of modern indie games. It has quirky art style , a premise that harkens back to childhood dreams of space and adventure, and is a procedurally-generated rogue-like. Don’t let the introduction scare you, however - Galak-Z is one of the most purely ...

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Always Sometimes Monsters Preview – PAX East 2014

Always Sometimes Monsters Preview – PAX East 2014

Promising a world of endless choices that question your morality, Always Sometimes Monsters has been on my radar for quite a while. The game boasts an unprecedented level of choice, making contemporaries like Mass Effect and The Walking Dead seem paltry. Vagabond Dog opted to start the PAX demo from the beginning, where you choose the ...

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Wolfenstein: The New Order Preview – PAX East 2014

Wolfenstein: The New Order Preview – PAX East 2014

Bethesda simply placed me in an enclosed room with seven other demos going on, and let me go to town. 30 minutes in, Wolfenstein: The New Order didn’t waste any time going into the explosive and bombastic. Set in the Nazi-run world of 1960, the Germans have delved into the downright bizarre ...

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Evolve Preview – Pax East 2014

Evolve Preview – Pax East 2014

The creators of Left 4 Dead look to make cooperation mandatory in this quest for survival.

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Divekick Adds Saints Row’s Johnny Gat to the Roster

Divekick Adds Saints Row’s Johnny Gat to the Roster

Divekick has been known for its ridiculous nature, parodying all sorts of fighting games. Marvel vs. Capcom, Street Fighter II, even the fighting game community itself was ripe for lampooning. Nobody could have seen this coming, though – Johnny Gat, iconic Saints Row sidekick, will be diving and kicking his way into the recently updated ...

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Podcast N Bullsh*t Episode 20 – Final Fantasy Z

Podcast N Bullsh*t Episode 20 – Final Fantasy Z

Can you feel the pre-PAX hype? Join us as we talk up Archer, Dragon Ball, and more Final Fantasy than you could have ever asked for.

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Podcast N Bullsh*t Episode 19: Better Never Than Late

Podcast N Bullsh*t Episode 19: Better Never Than Late

It's been a rough few weeks for us big wheels in the cracker factory, but we soldier on! We'll shoot the breeze on Rick and Morty, random bits of comic book talk, and even the occasional video game. Apologies in advance for some of the cut content. Shit happens!

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Infested Planet Review (Mac)

Infested Planet Review (Mac)

Traditional real-time strategy games are hard to come by if they aren’t developed by Firaxis. The entire genre can come off as daunting, with micromanaging skills being crucial to success. With Infested Planet, developer Rocket Bear Games look to cast those fears aside. The familiar set up of a small band of soldiers squaring ...

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Top 6 Saturday: Do’s and Don’t's for Mass Effect Multiplayer

Top 6 Saturday: Do’s and Don’t's for Mass Effect Multiplayer

This week's Top 6 (we promise it's) Saturday sees Dylan tackle the future of Mass Effect multiplayer

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What is the Future of Metroid?

What is the Future of Metroid?

Nintendo is kind to its larger franchises. The likes of Mario and Zelda are in constant circulation, and there’s rarely a time where we aren’t aware of an upcoming title in those franchises. That being said, they aren’t the only two pillars in Nintendo’s pantheon. The many adventures of Samus Aran in the Metroid franchise have ...

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