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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'

Warface Preview

Dear Reader, If you just want a yay or nay on whether to try the Warface open beta on Steam, I’m going to save you a lot of time here. Nay. Nay to the highest power. Never touch...

by Elijah Beahm on July 24, 2014 in 'Opinion'

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'
Knightmare Tower

Knightmare Tower Interview

Fans of Kongregate may recognize developer Juicy Beast, the studio behind such titles as Burrito Bison and Feed the King. The four-man studio has put together a large number of...

by Elijah Beahm on July 11, 2014 in 'Interviews'
Dragon's Lair Death

Game Over: Facing Failure

Gamers are no strangers to failure. Hauntingly unsolvable puzzles, platform levels requiring the sort of ninja skills only an actual ninja could possess, bosses who literally...

by Kim Berkley on July 11, 2014 in 'Opinion'

Exploring The Relevance And Importance Of Second L...

“I don’t need to get a life. I’m a gamer. I have lots of lives.” You’ve probably seen this line circulate the internet a lot. It makes for an...

by Bob Reinhard on July 10, 2014 in 'Opinion'
Nosgoth Alchemist

Nosgoth Preview

Nosgoth was not the game a lot of people were expecting when Square Enix revealed the next entry in the Legacy of Kain series. Fans were dubious of a new entry being...

by Elijah Beahm on July 9, 2014 in 'Opinion'

The Way of the Ork

Forget the power of technology and science, for so much has been forgotten, never to be re-learned. Forget the promise of progress and understanding, for in the grim darkness of...

by Martin Toney on July 8, 2014 in 'Series'