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What will happen to Minecraft’s Minecon?

A lot of questions about Microsoft’s Minecraft acquisition answered today. We know it’s still going to be on PC, mobile, and PlayStation devices, despite Microsoft owning the developer and game. Markus “Notch” Persson has said he’s out, now that Microsoft is taking everything over. Plus, the price tag was revealed to be a whopping $2.5 more »

Bear Senpai – a bear dating sim – wants your money

We’ve romanced humans, pigeons, and alpacas. Has the time come to get some sugar bear loving? Toni Rocca, creator of Bear Senpai, thinks so. A Kickstarter is on, with the hopes of raising $18,000 for a bear-y It’s koala or nothing! Rocca bares all in the Bear Senpai description. The goal is to create a more »

Jean Grey’s 52 Review In Marvel Heroes 2015 Looks Amazing

I’ve mentioned in the past that I love Marvel Heroes 2015, and that’s still true. It’s like Diablo 2 meets Marvel, and that’s amazing. A number of the characters have been going through changes of late, something called a “52 Review” because it involves getting their ultimate power at level 52. Jean Grey has been more »

Train Fever review: Still love playing with trains?

Train Fever Price: $34.99 System(s): PC, Mac, and Linux Release Date: September 4, 2014 Publisher (Developer): Gambitious (Urban Games) If you’ve never heard of Urban Games, don’t feel bad! As it turns out, Train Fever is this Swiss team’s debut game. And quite honestly, you’d think this team has been around for years. Train Fever runs on an more »

Here’s Your September 12, 2014 Indie Game Bundle Update

There’s a big indie game bundle update for you today! Ready? Okay, there are 28 bundles available. Isn’t that massive and awesome? There is such a great selection this week, and anyone who loves games can benefit. If you can only purchase one, though, then grab the Humble Indie Bundle 12! GamerTell’s Best Indie Game more »

Paradigm Alpha Demo Preview: The Future is Dumb

The eponymous Paradigm of the video game demo Paradigm inhabits a world where nothing works particularly well. Various generations of radically varying technological advancement have been kludged together to make a quasi-functioning world, but what with all the horny computers, beat-boxing eggplants, and industrialist sloths with bad comb overs, it’s a wonder anything gets done more »

GOG sale celebrates its 6th birthday

It’s GOG’s birthday week, and that means good news for us. Why? Because GOG sales are held to celebrate any little event. Since this is the site’s sixth anniversary, that means a full week of game sales. Best of all, these aren’t flash sales where you have to constantly keep visiting or refreshing the site. more »

Ice-Pick Lodge remaking cult classic Pathologic

Pathologic, the cult classic game that marked Moscow based developer Ice-Pick Lodges’s career, is set to be remade. They’ve launched a Kickstarter, and as of the time of writing are halfway to their goal of $250,000. The original gained a lot acclaim in their Russian homeland, but the roughshod quality and poor translation made it more »

PAX 2014: Tales from the Borderlands might be Telltale Games’ best yet

It couldn’t have been more than 30 seconds into the playable demo when I realized Tales from the Borderlands might blow away all of Telltale Games’ previous adventure games. Yes, I said it. The introduction to the new episodic series at PAX Prime 2014 hit hard and fast with humor and action. It looks every bit more »

Here’s Your September 5, 2014 Indie Game Bundle Update

It’s time for an indie game bundle update! This week’s is actually pretty small. Which means that there are a few notable bundles absent. The grand total is still 24 indie game bundles, so I’d say that’s still pretty remarkable. This week, it seems like most of the games are ones that have appeared in more »

Casual Friday casual game update for September 5, 2014

Now this is a casual game update I can get behind. This was a good week! We ended up getting an array of games from different genres. There are two hidden object games, a tower defense-style strategy game, a match-3 game, and even a nonogram puzzle. This week, everyone is covered. Sadly, the only Mac more »

Wayward Manor Review: Neil Gaiman’s “Worst Book”

Wayward Manor Price: $9.99 System(s): PC Release Date: July 15, 2014 Publisher (Developer): Moonshark (The Odd Gentlemen) ESRB Rating: N/A. It’s mostly an all-ages romp. I’m a pretty big Neil Gaiman fan, which isn’t really that rare of a thing. Neil is a New York Time’s best selling author, after all. Nerds love him for more »