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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 »

Jagex’s Transformers Universe enters open beta this weekend

At the end of this day, in the middle of this lane, one shall stand and one shall fall. The multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) genre is one of the hottest in gaming right now. Popular licenses including The Lord of the Rings and DC Comics heroes have already jumped in. Now it’s Optimus Prime’s more »

4 Games That Need a Steam Greenlight Upvote

As we all know, Steam Greenlight is constantly pushing out approvals for some of the coolest up and coming indie titles. While some are admittedly obscure, there can be some really great, hidden gems ferreted away in the queue. Here are four of my favorites and, I think if you’d read about them, they’d earn more »

Preview: Shoot, craft and conquer in Minimum

Minimum was originally a project from TimeGate Studios. After its bankruptcy, Atari liked what it saw and acquired the rights. It handed Minimum over to Human Head Studios, the developer behind 2006′s Prey. Now the shooter is in Steam Early Access. It combines elements of shooters, RTSs and RPGs with a little bit of MOBA more »

Target getting Super Mario AR eShop Cards

Did you notice the Photos with Mario application in the 3DS eShop? Well, it’s there for a reason. Namely, Nintendo decided to release the Super Mario AR outside of Japan. Yes, there are special, collectible, eShop cards now. I’m not talking about the ones that just look a little different because they have Zelda on more »

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Steins;Gate Review: Ignoring the Laws of Time and Grammar

Steins;Gate Price: $39.95 System(s): Windows Release Date: March 31st, 2014 Publisher (Developer): JAST USA (Nitroplus/5pb) ESRB Rating: “Mature” for blood, language, partial nudity, sexual themes Steins;Gate is a game that makes you aware of the absurdity of what you are doing. When explaining yourself involves sentences such as “my character is about to take on more »

Android Amusements: Neo Mushroom Garden

Sometimes, our friends convince us to play strange games. Games that really can’t even properly be considered games. Which is why I’m playing Neo Mushroom Garden, this week’s Android Amusement. A friend was playing it the last time we were all hanging out, she kept checking her phone to see what was going on in more »

Warlock 2: The Exiled Review: More of the same, and Ardania too!

Warlock 2: The Exiled is a turn based strategy wargame, a sequel to an interesting original. While there are many little improvements and some nice changes (including using some story from the groundbreaking Majesty games), it still has many of the flaws of the original. As such, fans of the original will be happy here, although newcomers to the the series might want to buy the first game cheap. Those who didn’t like the original Warlock will probably not be happy here, either.

PAX East 2014: Blizzard teases Heroes of the Storm battle arena game

Every publisher with a group of well-known characters that would fit the MOBA mold is doing just that these days. Few are better equipped to do so than Blizzard. Its upcoming Heroes of The Storm will combine characters from its Diablo, StarCraft and of course, World of Warcraft universes. At PAX East we got a more »

Winter Soldier Spec Op available in Marvel Avengers Alliance

“Captain America: The Winter Soldier” has arrived, busting box office records in the process.  Now some of the movie’s characters, including The Winter Soldier himself, have invaded Marvel Avengers Alliance. A new Spec Op titled Ghosts of the Past is available, drawing on several memorable villains from Captain America’s history. That dates back to World War more »

Actual Sunlight is dark, disturbing, and important.

Actual Sunlight, recently completed and appearing on Steam, is a dark, painful game about experiencing depression. It’s unrelentingly bleak, but also written in a sharp and biting tone full of pervasive black humor. You take the role of Evan Winter, and overweight, depressed and at times anti-social man who works a job he hates. The more »

Qvadriga Review: Finally, a good whipping game!

Roman chariot racing is a genre of game that only had one good game: Circvs Maximvs. Qvadriga is the computer game equivalent, and does a fine job of keeping the board game feel, while taking advantage of the computer to add in more details. While the game is mainly about chariot racing, you’ll travel the Empire seeking the fame, fortune, and better racing gear, in a quest to become the the most famous racing team in history.