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Review: Tower of Guns

Written by on June 8, 2015 in

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Get ready to die. A lot. Self promoted as “a fast paced randomized FPS for the twitch gamer,” by the creator Joe Mirabello, Tower of Guns will likely test your patience and fortitude trying to complete it. You have little time to get acclimated to your surroundings as you enter the tower. A “storyline” is presented in… Read More »


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LEGO Dimensions: It gets real in September

Written by (@galactic_rhyme) on April 20, 2015 in Opinion

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Oh dear. In a land where there already exists Skylanders, Disney Infinity, and Amiibos, this Fall will see a new player enter into the field. TT Games and Warner Bros. is bringing LEGO Dimensions to your home in September. To kick it all off, you’ll see Wyldstyle, Gandalf, and Batman from The Lego Movie with lots (and lots) of add-on packs to… Read More »


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4 Reasons Why I’m Excited for State of Decay: Year One Survival Edition

Written by (@robotmilk) on March 24, 2015 in Opinion, PAX South 2015

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There has been a whole slew of survival-horror games that have come out in the past year. The emerging genre has seen several successes such as the ubiquitous Day-Z or the feverishly-running-around-naked-on-an-island-looking-for-shelter-simulator Rust. These games have been generally PC-centric in nature, and we haven’t really seen this style of game on current consoles. Developers Undead Labs aims to fill that… Read More »


Review: Hand Of Fate

Written by on March 19, 2015 in

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Tabletop games and video games have a shared history. Role-playing elements derive from old pen and paper games of the 1980’s, and the collectable card game design has permeated in video games like the ever popular Hearthstone. Hand of Fate not only takes the design elements of the tabletop experience, but creates that feeling of a personally tailored… Read More »


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Me and My Robot: One Year of Titanfall (With Gifs!)

Written by (@robotmilk) on March 13, 2015 in Features

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This week marks the one year anniversary of the release of Titanfall, Respawn Entertainment’s fast-paced, first person shooter. Highly considered the Xbox One’s “Killer App”, Titanfall was one of my top games of 2014, and will probably be one my favorite online shooters for years to come, even though  I haven’t played it since the summer ( I have… Read More »


Review: Warlords & Sellswords

Written by on March 12, 2015 in

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Last September I attended the second annual Boston FIG. While there I met the folks at Nasty Dragon Games, an independent board game developer local to New England. Nasty Dragon Games was showing off their game, Warlords & Sellswords, which at the time was just about to wrap up its Kickstarter. Unfortunately, the Kickstarter was… Read More »


Review: Pleasant Dreams

Written by on March 10, 2015 in

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What do you dream about? This fairly innocuous question is asked among friends, partners, and even medical professionals. The dream state is still a mystery for many of us. What induces nightmares? What causes us to snap awake in a cold sweat through fear? How can we avoid these traumatic episodes? How can we enjoy… Read More »


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You Can Go Home Again: Grim Fandango and Revisiting Classics of the Past

Written by (@imonahorse) on March 4, 2015 in Features

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Did you ever have a friend that you’ve known forever, hung out with, went through the fires with and was your best bud through thick and thin? Then you grew up and you realized you and this person no longer have anything in common anymore besides those memories of days past? Remember how disappointing that… Read More »


Review: Roundabout

Written by on March 2, 2015 in

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There is a sort of comedic tragedy when watching low-budget films. Badly written dialogue becomes countless inside jokes between friends, laughing at the hilarious sets, or the plot (or lack thereof) becomes a involved, philosophical discussion about the formulas of filmmaking. The fim has a new appeal, which comes in sharing it the experience in… Read More »


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Games from 2014 you should play in 2015

Written by (@robotmilk) on February 17, 2015 in Opinion

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Right up front, I would like to state that I have put in a staggering 500 hours into Destiny. I haven’t played a game for this long since my youth (looking at you, Final Fantasy Tactics) and Destiny has really cut into the small time I have that is available to play other games. I’m… Read More »