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Where’s the multiplatform Peggle 2?

I’m a self-proclaimed Peggle addict. I savored that game, enjoying it immediately after its 2007 launch on the PC, but then also following it to the PS3 and even putting it on my Nexus 7. Which, naturally, left me feeling quite betrayed when EA made the ridiculous decision to take what was originally a PC-exclusive more »

SDCC 2014: Nintendo bringing Super Smash Bros. to you

Man, talk about service. Nintendo is going above and beyond at SDCC 2014, because not only will it have a gaming lounge, but it will also deliver Super Smash Bros. to you. Yup, if you can’t make it to the lounge, Nintendo will send out representatives with the games to find you. Nintendo announced the more »

EA doesn’t want a Battlefield 4 mistake with Hardline

EA learned some painful lessons with the laundry list of problems that plagued Battlefield 4. The publisher has acknowledged some of that came from rushing the product to market. The plan wasn’t just to launch a superior product to Call of Duty, but to beat the game to market annually by about two weeks. This more »

Dragon Age: Inquisition delay is okay

Just when we thought the wait was almost over, Bioware pushed back the release date for Dragon Age: Inquisition. So close were we to finally being able to start romancing our favorite characters. So close to battling more dragons, and making more tough choices. But alas, we must . While the Dragon Age: Inquisition delay more »

Divinity Original Sin Review: A RPG that won’t back down

Title: Divinity: Original Sin Price: $39.99 System(s): PC Release Date: June 30, 2014 Publisher (Developer): Larian Studios (Larian Studios) ESRB Rating: N/A Divinity: Original Sin is another game that owes its success to crowdfunding. Back in March 2013, Larian Studios turned to Kickstarter to help the team build out its fifth game in the Divinity more »

PlayStation Store PLAY 2014 stars 4 indie darlings

It’s that time of year. Every summer, Sony has a PLAY extravaganza where people who buy certain games can get money back. This year’s PlayStation Store PLAY 2014 titles have been announced and this could be the year where you buy every game and get the $10 back. Why? Because all four games are amazing more »

Batman is 75, Green Man Gaming celebrates with exclusive sale (update)

Batman debuted in a little book called Detective Comics, in the 27th issue. This happened all the way back in 1939. This week marks the 75th anniversary of the character. That’s crazy. DC Comics is doing all kinds of fun stuff to celebrate, including giving that issue away for free on Comixology, and selling a more »

Tomodachi Life’s 3 most important markets

By now, you’ve all had Tomodachi Life for . Perhaps less, if you’ve only just gotten it thanks to Best Buy’s B1G1 3DS game deal. Details don’t matter, really. What does matter is that you know the three most important times of the day to check into the game so you can catch the markets. more »

Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited Preview: No Loss of fidelity

You can’t imagine how hard it is to do a preview of a Vita port of a game. Especially when it’s a game like Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited, a game you just previewed at E3 2014. So insead of retreading things I already discussed last month, or dare risk this sounding like a review, more »

Naughty Dog shouldn’t make a sequel to The Last Of Us

The Last Of Us is getting the VIP treatment from Sony. There’s going to be a live performance of the game’s script, a big promotional push is in effect for the , and, of course, there’s talk of a sequel. But that last one really shouldn’t be happening at all. It’s natural for a company 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 »

Skylanders Trap Team Dark Edition lets you capture Kaos

The $100 Skylanders Trap Team Dark Edition is starting to look like a better investment. Every time a new game is released, there’s always a special Dark Edition that includes different character variations and other special bonuses. Usually, it’s specific to one outlet and practically identical to the $79.99, standard starter pack, but the Skylanders more »