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This War of Mine Review: War is Hell

This War of Mine Price: $19.99 System(s): PC Release Date: November 14, 2014 Publisher (Developer): 11 bit Studios (11 bit Studios) ESRB Rating: N/A One of the things I love about games these days is that they explore concepts and ideas beyond the gameplay. Games like The Stanley Parable and Gone Home explore the concept more »

LISA’s trailers are incredibly effective

Never heard of LISA? No need to feel bad. It’s an extremely indie game from professional martial artist, and creator, Austin Jorgensen. Our lovely editor here at Technology Tell’s Gaming Channel brought this game to my attention. I watched the above trailer on Dingaling Games’ website, and was somehow oddly, but immediately, captivated. So I more »

Telltale Games: Game of Thrones is real

Yes, you read right. Telltale games is charging full steam ahead. Tales from the Borderlands is releasing November 25th, 2014, but then right after, sometime in December, Game of Thrones Episode One: Iron from Ice will be released. If you haven’t yet played either the Walking Dead, or Wolf Among Us from Telltale Games, I more »

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You need to play Kemonomix+

It was the eating scene that got me. I always do the Nintendo eShop updates here, and this means I see everything small, indie, or unusual that pops on the 3DS and Wii U eShops. Last week, I was writing things up and Kemonomix+ caught my eye. It isn’t often you see a localized game more »

Here’s Your November 14, 2014 Indie Game Bundle Update

Here to get your indie game bundle on? Cool. It is the time of year where you want to get the most for your money, after all. I suppose you could even think of picking up an indie game bundle as Black Friday 2014 training. GamerTell’s Best Indie Game Bundle Picks: Bundle Stars Lego Super more »

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Influent Review: The Flash Card Game

Title: Influent Price: $9.99 per language System(s): PC Release Date: March 20, 2014 Publisher (Developer): Three Flip Studios (Rob Howland) ESRB Rating: E for Everyone Since the early days of computers, there have been games designed to educate as well as entertain. Everyone has a favorite childhood game that, when they think back on it, more »

Artisan: Going Home Again Review: A Palate Cleanser

Title: Artisan: Going Home Again Price: $9.99 System(s): Windows Release Date: November 1, 2014 Publisher (Developer): Unseen Kingdom (Unseen Kingdom) ESRB Rating: N/A, I’d say it’s appropriate for all ages. When October and November roll around, it’s “go” time for gamers. So many amazing, AAA games are released that it’s easy to overlook smaller titles. more »

Prelude to Dragon Age Inquisition: The Tapestry and Dragon Age The Last Court

Dear reader, please take a moment to brace yourself. Draw up your spiritual essence. Fortify your mind. Clench whichever part of you needs clenching. Then, and only then, absorb the following sentence: Dragon Age 2 came out in The Year of Our Lord 2011. Twenty Eleven! That’s three iPhones ago! Has it really been so more »

Artisan: Going Home Again deserves some attention

When you get a reputation for playing visual novels, dating sims, and life sims, you’re bound to have people telling you about their indie games. After all, it isn’t as though there are many AAA titles about going through daily life, attempting to accomplish a goal, while also making friends and falling in love. This more »

Emily’s music leaves much to be desired

When it comes to alpha builds, one can’t be too hard on a game. It’s an alpha build. It’s obviously not finished yet, and it’s a safe bet that many things will be added before the game is officially released. One could even argue that as long as you don’t run into game-breaking bugs and more »

When You’re Gone explores emotions, and that’s interesting

I wouldn’t say I particularly love horror games. I’ve enjoyed the Resident Evil series, and I loved Fatal Frame 2, but that’s the extent of it. However, I often find myself drawn to horror games, because they’re the only genre that consistently makes an attempt to connect with human emotion. Certainly, there are non-horror games more »

Skulls of the Shogun Review: A Modern Feudal Fairytale

Title: Skulls of the Shogun Price: $9.99 System(s): (Also on or coming to PC, iOS, Android, Xbox 360, PS4) Release Date: October 28, 2014 Publisher (Developer): 17 Bit (17 Bit) ESRB Rating: “Teen” for Blood, Suggestive Themes, and Violence We’re in the middle of a golden age for strategy games. There’s something for everyone out more »