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Batman: Arkham Origins Collector’s Edition Announced for North America

Written by (@pwncess074) on August 14, 2013 in News

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Batman fanboys can finally relax, the collectors edition of Batman: Arkham Origins was announced today and it looks amazing! It is available to preorder now for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 for $119.00. It will include: Joker statue with LED effects made by the talented people at TriForce (9″ x 13″ x 11.5″) 80-page, full-color… Read More »

Review: Beatbuddy: Tale of the Guardians

Written by on August 13, 2013 in


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I first encountered Beatbuddy: Tale of the Guardians at PAX East earlier this year. I was taking photographs of people in cosplay for the site and I was approached by a large blue being I didn’t recognize. Of course, I asked if I could take their picture, and Beatbuddy’s handler negotiated that I come see… Read More »

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Scribblenauts Unmasked Has Super News For Superman Fans

Written by (@pwncess074) on July 16, 2013 in News

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This seems to be the best year to be a comic book loving gamer. Just a plethora of games surrounding the wonderful and vast universes of Marvel and DC to occupy our time with. Some developers have taken a more serious route with their take on the comic book world, while others look like they… Read More »

Review: Skyward Collapse

Written by on July 8, 2013 in


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God games tend to be all about control. Managing resources, structures, units, and a whole host of minutiae based around making your subjects happy. Skyward Collapse is going for a different approach; instead of creating a flawless society you’re merely striving for equilibrium. It’s an interesting variation on a theme, but Skyward Collapse’s execution needs… Read More »


You Should Have Played This: The 7th Guest

Written by (@phneri) on July 5, 2013 in Features

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The 7th Guest came out in 1993, and in that year it scared the living crap out of me. It didn’t hurt that I was 11 at the time. While a few of the games I’ve talked about here have been less successful, The 7th Guest sold more than 2 million copies in a time… Read More »

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Interview with Octodad’s Kevin Geisler

Written by (@imonahorse) on June 27, 2013 in Features

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Octodad: Dadliest Catch is an upcoming indie game that will be released on Steam, and recently announced, the PlayStation 4. It is the sequel to Young Horses’ 2010 indie hit Octodad. This year at the Sony E3 press conference, Octodad: Dadliest Catch made a splash when it was featured in their indie games segment. We… Read More »

Review: The Swapper

Written by on June 12, 2013 in


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It’s rare that a game can really evoke the feel and presence of a well made movie. Its rarer still that a 2D puzzle platformer manages to pull that off. The Swapper builds a minimalist, grim story with a fantastic aesthetic and gameplay to match. The core of The Swapper is just that, swapping. In… Read More »


Gaming rEvolutions: My Personal Computer to Console Recycling

Written by (@shibachica) on June 11, 2013 in Opinion

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I was set to do an article on a completely different topic this week when something utterly frustrating happened. I have recently rediscovered my love of PC gaming with Steam and Humble Bundles in the role of enablers with their ridiculously cheap sale prices. This week began innocently enough. I bought a few games and… Read More »

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Voice Actor Confusion Accompanies New Batman: Arkham Origins Trailer

Written by (@pwncess074) on May 22, 2013 in Features

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Batman: Arkham Origins isn’t even out yet and it is already taking me on an emotional rollercoaster. Let me walk you through this craziness that can only be cured by the release of the game. Come on October! Batman game gets announced, but Kevin Conroy is not coming back to play Batman. Then we get news from Dallas Comic-Con… Read More »

Review: Metro: Last Light

Written by on May 14, 2013 in


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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.