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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 »

Let It Go in MapleStory with a Frozen collaboration

Just imagine how cooler we’ll be in summer with a MapleStory and Frozen collaboration! Yes, I totally just yanked a lyric from “In Summer.” Good catch! It seemed appropriate though, considering it is summer, and Nexon and Disney have just announced a MapleStory and Frozen one-two punch… for Korea. Until August 10, 2014, people playing 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 »

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GamerTell Giveaway: Comment to get Vertical Drop Heroes HD (Update)

Anyone like games? Because we here are all about sharing our love about titles. Which is why, thanks to Digerati Distribution, we’re going to share two Steam copies of Vertical Drop Heroes HD, a game we genuinely enjoyed. Gaming is always better when it’s shared. So, here’s how this giveaway works. We have two copies more »

Whispering Willows Review: Don’t be afraid of this haunted mansion

Title: Whispering Willow Price: $14.99 System(s): PC (Also on Ouya) Release Date: July 9, 2014 Publisher (Developer): Night Light Interactive (Night Light Interactive) ESRB Rating: N/A, but I think it’d be appropriate for players ages 13 and up. We now live in a gaming world where successful Kickstarter games that actually survive the development process more »

Video Game Critic Simulator is good for a few laughs

My parents raised me to realize that sometimes you really need to just laugh at yourself. Sometimes making others happy at your expense is as good for you as it is for them. There’s a reason I always say “Hump Day!” at least once every Wednesday. I don’t care if people laugh at me, at more »

I’m not playing Divinity: Original Sin and think I’m missing out

I think I’m gaming wrong. Which seems like an impossible thing, yet I content that it must be, because I’m not playing Divinity: Original Sin. I just didn’t get around to picking up the game when it launched on June 30, 2014, and now I think I made a huge mistake. It wasn’t that I more »

2048 Infinite – The Circle of Fifths is better than Threes

Threes was a great iOS and Android game, and it is disappointing that people immediately copycatted its success with the various free-to-play 2048 games, but something good has come of it. That something good is 2048 Infinite – The Circle of Fifths. It’s the same Threes/2048 gameplay we’ve grown accustomed to, yes, but is a more »

Black The Fall Preview: Shadowy men on a shadowy planet

Black The Fall is a forthcoming black and white game where players wander a ruined landscape populated by sadistic machinery and zombies. In spite of being a 2D side scroller Black The Fall isn’t a platformer, but a kind of survival horror game with some light puzzle elements. The game doesn’t provide you with speed more »

Distance: When Space Cowgirls Get The Blues

Distance plays like a deleted scene from Kentucky Route Zero, a student film Conway and his companions would stumble across that would do absolutely nothing to elucidate their situation or get them closer to their goal, but would lend a dash of enigmatic color to their world. Distance‘s brevity makes it feel like an interlude 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 »

Here’s Your July 11, 2014 Indie Game Bundle Update

Ready for another indie game bundle update? Yes, we’re resuming a regular schedule again. Like last week, there are a lot of indie game bundles available right now. 30 of them, to be exact. Many are quite awesome, so you should read through and check them out. Make sure you grab the Humble 2K Bundle. more »