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The Art of the Kill: Top Ten Most Memorable Video ...

Talking things out is all well and good, but sometimes you just gotta shoot – or bludgeon, or shred, or impale – something. When the time comes, it’s best to be prepared....

by Kim Berkley on August 3, 2014 in 'Opinion'
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Aegis Defenders: Genre-Blending In All It’s ...

Paying homage to the 16-bit era of video games isn’t exactly something unheard of in the current indie market. Many games are lining up boasting beautiful pixel art and...

by Bob Reinhard on July 30, 2014 in 'Features'

Destiny Beta Preview

Their time has come! No longer under the thumb of Microsoft, Bungie is free to make anything they want! So what did they do first? They ran straight under the thumb of Activision,...

by Elijah Beahm on July 28, 2014 in 'Opinion'
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The Wolf Among Us Review

Gamers interested in Telltale games seem to fall into two camps. Those who buy the games as soon as the opportunity arises, and those who wait until the end of a season to gobble...

by Caleb "Soapbox" Lott on July 22, 2014 in 'Reviews'
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Defining Moments In Games: Limbo – That F@#*...

Welcome to Defining Moments In Games, where I take some of my favorite games of all time and analyze single moments to see what they do right, and how they leave a lasting impact on...

by Bob Reinhard on July 18, 2014 in 'Series'

Crest: Rewriting The Laws Of The God Game

The God Game is a somewhat strange genre. It’s been around for quite awhile, usually most successful on PC, but it’s never been the kind of genre to make a huge splash....

by Bob Reinhard on July 17, 2014 in 'Features'
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Titanfall (Post-Launch) Review

When Titanfall was first revealed, it came with a hefty, hype-filled promise. Respawn and EA told us it would be the next generation of online multiplayer. Now, while those...

by Elijah Beahm on July 15, 2014 in 'Reviews'
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Edinburgh Games Symposium 2014: Interview with Mal...

“For me personally, I don’t see a big difference between the AAA and the indie scene,” says Mal Abbas, artist and one of the co-founders of Dundee-based indie...

by Brad Jones on July 14, 2014 in 'Interviews'