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Girls Mode 3 is welcoming to players of all ages

Nintendo and syn Sophia’s Style Savvy/Girls Mode series have always been great because they aren’t only about giving players an outlet for playing dress-up. The games are more welcoming, with shop simulations that involve strategy, problem management, and wise business decisions that make them more welcoming for players of all genders and ages. Now, after more »

Buy one Don’t Starve Wii U copy, get one free

Klei Entertainment wants to help you show how much you appreciate your friends. Or, rather, your desire to expand your social circle by giving away gifts. This is accomplished, of course, buy giving you two copies of Don’t Starve Wii U when you purchase one. Sharing is caring, folks. The Don’t Starve Wii U promotion more »

Splatoon’s Squid Jump should be on the 3DS

Splatoon does a little something special to help people pass the time while they wait for every online multiplayer match. Or, if they’re roaming around town and need to kill a few minutes. It’s in these extra moments that someone can spend their time playing a little Squid Jump. It’s a charming, easy to play, more »

Please don’t compare Nom Nom Galaxy to Terraria

When a game becomes successful, developers, publishers and PR will go out of their way to name drop that title when promoting other titles in the hopes the popularity of one will rub off on another. This has happened with titles like Minecraft, XCOM, Final Fantasy and Call of Duty. And now, it has happened more »

‘Retro Freak’ console is a classic gamer’s dream

Retro consoles that play NES and SNES games are pretty cool. Cyber Gadget’s Retro Freak Console will play those, Mega Drive/Genesis cartridges, Game Boy/Game Boy/ Color/Advance,  and even Supergraphx cartridges.  All in all, it plays carts from 11 different consoles. That’s right, it goes to eleven. The Retro Freak comes in two parts, the console more »

Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus R on Steam Tuesday

Do you know what Steam needs? More games with obnoxiously long titles. Good thing Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus R is stepping up to fill that void. Yes, not just Guilty Gear XX or even Guilty Gear XX Accent Core, but Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus R. Though, such a title is justified. more »

Xbox Live Update for the week of May 20, 2015

It’s time again to take a look at the titles we’ll be playing this week in the Xbox Live Marketplace. First up is the Xbox One’s Spy Chameleon, an arcade-puzzler that will test the player’s ability to blend into their surroundings. Tackle five missions and 75 levels of super secret stuff that only a chameleon could pull more »

Here’s Your May 22, 2015 Indie Game Bundle Update

Ready for 33 indie game bundles? Well, you don’t get much of a choice. It’s been a busy week, and there are a ton of indie game bundles to sift through. Quite a few are new, more than a few have worthwhile games and you’ll regret it if you don’t go through them all. This more »

Watch a war of the words in Last Word

Do you know what game I just can’t get over? Twelve Tiles’ Last Word. It’s this fantastic investigative adventure with RPG elements that I keep coming back to. Even though I’ve mastered the game, with a 98% completion rate, it continues to pull me in. I’ve come to the conclusion that the brilliant battle system more »

Lastronaut is our favorite free app of the week

From AppleTell Have you really had enough of endless runners? And don't you want to race Duke Nukem? Read the full post on AppleTell »

The BBC’s Grand Theft Auto drama hit by lawsuit from Rockstar

In early March, British networking giant BBC announced it would be shooting a 90-minute Grand Theft Auto drama as part of its “Make It Digital” initiative, an educational reform designed to spur creativity in digital entertainment. Other than casting, with Daniel Radcliffe and Bill Paxton playing Rockstar President Sam Houser and Grand Theft Auto critic Jack Thompson, respectively, no new more »

Nom Nom Galaxy Review: Stew-pidly tedious

Nom Nom Galaxy Price: $14.99 System(s): PS4 Release Date: May 12, 2015 Publisher (Developer): Double Eleven (Q Games) ESRB Rating: “Everyone 10+” for Fantasy Violence Games are supposed to take us away from the weight of the world. Someone plays to enter a fantasy world where anything is possible and everything is designed to entertain. more »