10 Jul 2015

Baldur’s Gate Gets An In-between-quel

If Steam sales weren’t enough to get you to fork over your cash for Baldur’s Gate:Enhanced Edition, Beamdog announced an in-between-quel expansion. Yes. We are getting a brand-new expansion to a 17 year old game. Granted, the expansion is actually for the aforementioned remake that released in 2012, but cRPG

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10 Jul 2015

Zeroed In

Zero in on what games we play. Each Friday, see what games have captured our attention. Do we spend all of our time on site-related games or are we cheating on Indie and Retro games with the latest next-gen title? Maybe we’re playing the same games as you. Find out!

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09 Jul 2015

Outward Gets One Million Dollar Boost

Outward is an open-world, RPG, life simulator I once pointed out to some friends. Nine Dots Studio describes it as an open-world RPG that focuses on the life of an ordinary adventurer. I’ve had a peek at the Kickstarter they were running which was canceled for failing to achieve its

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28 Jun 2015

Defender’s Quest Review

In two days I sunk eight hours into Defender’s Quest: Valley of the Forgotten. And the addictive RPG-meets-Tower Defense mash-up has me itching to play more. I’m not a big fan of tower defense games, mind you. Up until now I’ve rarely touched them, and only loaded up a simple

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15 Jun 2015

Final Fantasy VII Remake Announced At E3 2015

You wouldn’t think a place like E3 2015 – overflowing with the latest technology and newest, eye-popping video games on display, would be where one of the biggest moments in nostalgic, retro gaming news would come from (or maybe that’s exactly where you thought it would come from). In either

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19 May 2015

Hammerwatch and the Awesomesauce of Starting With a Slower Moving Character

Hammerwatch is an arcade-y indie dungeon crawler that starts simple, is easy to grasp, but treads into deeper waters. I wish I could write that sentence about most games. It sounds simple and explains the idea behind many games in any genre, but for today’s fascination with hardcore and challenging games, Hammerwatch

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12 May 2015

Fortune’s Tavern: A fun Glitchy Journey

There’s been a few surprising entries on Steam that have come out of the RPG Maker community. Games like To the Moon and Last Word have shown RPG Maker isn’t condemned to variants of a stock engine with different stories, but that game play and graphics can be pushed to

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15 Apr 2015

Remembering Titan Souls Demo

Titan Souls is big right now. I played an early demo many moons ago and want to share my fuzzy memory about this unique boss-fighting game with pixelated graphics. I want to approach the game and this article in a retro fashion and from a different viewpoint. The following are

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07 Apr 2015

Nintendo Scores With claim on YouTube Ad-Revenue

YouTube is renowned for being a giant platform for video sharing, original content and video game play throughs that allow users to generate money, but Nintendo has been making waves by claiming their copyright and taking the ad-revenue that previously went to gamers who uploaded gaming videos. Compliant with YouTube policies, Nintendo became

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07 Apr 2015

IndieBox: Monthly Indie Game Subscription Box

Subscription boxes are hotter than Ifrit after having ate a bad food-truck burrito with extra habanero sauce, while being stuck in a car during rush-hour traffic. There’s every color, size, shape and flavor of product imaginable you can have delivered right to your door every month and that includes physical

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