By Addam Kearney, May 16, 2013 0

Heist situations are one of the most criminally underutilized scenarios in video games. Grand Theft Auto IV had a fantastic… Read More »

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By Chris Brown, May 15, 2013 0 Opinion

In the circles I run there’s been lots of chatter about podcasting and if people can make a living of it. The answer is yes! Unfortunately it can only really happen unless you are already a celebrity, hilarious comedian, former… Read More »

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By Addam Kearney, May 15, 2013 0 Features

Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon seemed like it could have been one of the most elaborate April Fool’s Day jokes ever devised when it was officially announced. Everything we saw seemed so elaborately dumb and insane that most thought, “There’s no… Read More »

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By Melisa Snyder, May 15, 2013 0 Opinion

I got my first real preview of Naughty Dog’s Last of Us at PAX Prime 2012. The developer introduced the game by stating that this PlayStation exclusive is not simply a zombie game. It is first and foremost a game… Read More »

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By Erik Johnsen, May 15, 2013 0 Features

This week brings us a split release line up again. One game on Wednesday, and the other on Friday. First up, we have Sanctum 2 from the developer Coffee Stain. Mmm coffee. This game is a sequel to the first… Read More »

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By Elaine, May 14, 2013 0 Opinion

Countdown mode has officially been initiated. I’m betting your first question (well, the one after Where’s the Beef?!) is “Elaine, what are you counting down to?” I’m counting down to when we go to North Carolina’s beautiful Outer Banks for… Read More »

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By Zach Snell, May 14, 2013 0

The good part about this is Metro is just as atmospheric, weird, and compelling as it was previously. The even better part is most of the issues with the first game have been fixed, making an experience that’s polished while retaining the quirkiness of the original.

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By Loren Nikkel, May 14, 2013 0 Features

Summoner Wars pits players against each other in an all-out fantastical war. You play as one of several races including dwarves, elves, goblins, orcs, and many other fictional races complete with their own powers. Playing as a Summoner you will lead your… Read More »

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By Loren Nikkel, May 14, 2013 0 [email protected], Podcasts

It’s Michi’s birthday this week! Woot! Woot! This week on [email protected] we discuss our 3D printing needs, count ourselves lucky that games aren’t made the same any more, and celebrate our favorite My Little Pony fanatic (SPOILER ALERT: It’s not… Read More »

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By Chris Brown, May 13, 2013 0 Married Gamers Podcast

After a very affecting interview with the people behind That Dragon, Cancer game, Chris and Kelly decided to rush this episode of The Married Gamers podcast. Join us for two great interviews. The first one Kelly, Chris, and our good… Read More »

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