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Here’s Your August 1, 2014 Indie Game Bundle Update

Morning all! Sorry for the missed Indie Game Bundle Update last week. I’ve been strapped for time due to the preparation of plenty of content for the site. You know doing some important reviews and previews. In fact, I’m still pretty busy with some other important content, so this week’s Indie Game Bundle is going more »

10 X-Men quotes too awesome for Made With Code Bracelets

So, there’s this thing happening at Google. As part of a big project to promote coding as a worthwhile thing to do, you can hop over to this website and play with a Made With Code bracelet customizing tool. You can even have it sent to you free of charge, fresh out of a 3D more »

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15 game quotes that fit on a Made With Code bracelet

Google’s Made With Code project has a noble cause, which is to get more people interested in coding by showing how easy it is to do make fun projects with the Blockly coding language. Though really, most people are excited about it for the free Made With Code bracelets. Google’s working with Shapeways to allow more »

Time for Avengers: Age of Ultron game adaptation speculation

One of the biggest announcements out of SDCC 2014 was Avengers: Age of Ultron. We knew a sequel to The Avengers was in development, but didn’t have an exact title or release date. But now we know Avengers: Age of Ultron will be out for the Summer 2015 movie season, feature all of the returning more »

Your 3DS play time totals may surprise you

The 3DS is over three years old now, and has settled into a comfortable niche. You wouldn’t think your system would surprise you now, but I’d like to wager that it still can. Now is the perfect time to check your system’s activity log and see what your 3DS play time ranking tells you about more »

5 Kinds of 50 Shades of Grey games we could see

The 50 Shades of Grey trailer is here, which means there’s no way this movie isn’t happening. There’s no stopping , and given this is geared towards women of all ages, we’re probably going to see some developer try to tap into that audience with a mobile game. Personally, I’m hoping for a ridiculous hidden more »

SDCC 2014: 4 Game developers and publishers you have to see

It may be the San Diego Comic-Con, but video games are surely taking the convention by storm. Every year, more and more developers and publishers take the time to stop by and set up booths at the event, and this year SDCC 2014 looks to offer the biggest video game assortment yet. Which is why more »

Indie Game Maker Contest’s 10 Best Games

Created by RPG Maker and Humble Bundle, the Indie Game Maker Contest is a competition that pits indie game against indie game. Cash prizes are up for grabs so developers and individuals alike have put their creative hats on, and submitted their best ideas. The “People’s Choice” winner is decided by how many votes a more »

Here’s Your July 18, 2014 Indie Game Bundle Update

Ready for a huge indie game bundle update? Because it’s happened again. The trend continues, it’s getting to the point where it’s too many to count, and honestly? With so many indie game bundles out there, I’m wondering if the Steam sales are going to become obsolete. But enough talk! There are 28 indie game more »

25 Things The Cat Mario Show gets you thinking about

Nintendo Europe has just begun releasing a very special series of episodes of a “educational” show. By which I mean, they’re trying to sell games with The Cat Mario Show. These shorts feature two actors controlling Cat Mario and Cat Peach puppets as they attempt to sell games like Super Mario 3D World and Kirby more »

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6 Reasons why Earthbound needs to be your Club Nintendo Elite Reward

The Club Nintendo Elite Rewards are in and while it is a shock that there will be no physical rewards this year, the plus side is that there are a lot of digital games to choose from for all 3DS and Wii U owners who qualify for Gold or Platinum rewards. The thing is, for more »

Screenshot fun with Backstage Pass

A few weeks ago, I did a preview for Sakevisual’s Backstage Pass. (Which happens to be on Steam’s Early Access, hint hint.) The first playthrough didn’t go so well for me, as Sian ended up alone forever. Which naturally meant going through the game a few more times for a better result. In so doing, more »