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Battle Chef Brigade is speeding through stretch goals

I have high hopes for Trinket Studios’ Battle Chef Brigade, and it isn’t because I’d like to see an indie studio from my city get all kinds of funding. This looks like a genuinely unique, gaming experience. It’s as though Studio Ghibli decided to make a 2D iron chef game where part of the challenge more »

There’s Secret of the Magic Crystals dress up DLC

Feast your eyes on the product everyone will be giving and receiving during the 2014 Steam winter sale. Behold! Secret of the Magic Crystals Dress Up DLC. These are some super pretty ponies. Of course, it is currently on sale for $2.09 until October 24, 2014, to celebrate it’s launch, so maybe people won’t wait more »

Here’s Your October 17, 2014 Indie Game Bundle Update

Need something to do this weekend? Well, there are 25 indie game bundles available at the moment. Some are old, most are new, and there’s a good chance you’ll find something to enjoy. Maybe you can even pick up something for a friend. GamerTell’s Best Indie Game Bundle Picks: Humble Mozilla Bundle (Windows, Mac, Linux, more »

Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel!: The view from level 10

I’ve had a few more hours to play Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel since I last talked about the game. I managed to get my Claptrap up to level 10 so far. I can’t pretend I’ve seen the whole game, but I’ve had the time to learn all the basics. Fundamentally, The Pre-Sequel is Borderlands 2 with more »

Humble Bundle now offering browser-based games

If you’re not familiar with Humble Bundle, it’s only the greatest thing to ever happen to indie gaming. It offers amazing games at a huge discount, allowing you to pay what you want, with special bonuses if you pay over a certain amount. Right now, it’s offering several astounding games that you can play in more »

Taking a quick look at Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel

Having purchased Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel last night via a discount code that will be expiring in just a few hours, I got up a little early this morning for an hour of gameplay. What I found was a mixture of the familiar and the new. Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel seems to be built around the Borderlands more »

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Get Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel for $45

A good deal has appeared for Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel. Which is actually kind of odd, considering the game hasn’t even come out yet. One could even consider it forboding. Still, it’s too early to tell if it is or isn’t a good game, and the chance to get it for $45 is too good to more »

Mini Metro Preview: Stress-free subway

Mini Metro is a game about managing subways. It’s also a game about drawing efficient lines. The two are not exclusive. The details of the aforementioned mass transit are automatically monitored. A player doesn’t have to worry about train, track or station maintenance. Money is no object. Instead, you focus on the visuals. Allow me more »

Here’s Your October 10, 2014 Indie Game Bundle Update

Hi all, and welcome to a slightly smaller, indie game bundle update. This week, we have a fewer collections than usual. Some expired. Other sites didn’t put up as many packages as usual. Which means we have 26 indie game bundles to choose from this week. GamerTell’s Best Indie Game Bundle Picks: Bundle Stars Reboot more »

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Pokemon Planet, Pokemon MMO, pre-alpha is here!

Whenever someone sits down to ponder the great mysteries of life, there’s always a few questions they keep coming back to. Who, exactly, was D.B. Cooper? Were Captain Kirk and Commander Spock really lovers? And, perhaps most importantly, why hasn’t there been a Pokemon MMO yet? Pokemon Planet is here to fix that last problem, more »

Neverending Nightmares Review: The Nightmare Continues

Neverending Nightmares Price: $14.99 System(s): PC, Ouya Release Date: Sep 26, 2014 Publisher (Developer): Infinitap Games (Infinitap Games) ESRB Rating: N/A   Neverending Nightmares is quite simple from a gameplay perspective, asking you only to walk from the left of the screen to the right or, in exceptional cases, the right of the screen to more »

Steam Curators should be scrapped

Valve deserves credit for essentially changing the face of PC gaming with Steam, if not saving the genre altogether. We can have discussions about the service and how it handles games, but there’s no denying that Valve keeps trying to make it better, even if sometimes it getting things wrong. The Steam Curator program is more »