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Star Trek Online to add Leonard Nimoy Memorial to Planet Vulcan

I don’t play as much as I used to, but I used to play a great amount of Star Trek Online. So much so that I even have a lifetime membership. I’ve stopped playing because I don’t really like MMOs and it began to feel a bit repetitive, but one of the things that kept more »

Bite off more than you can chew with Goats on a Bridge

I’m something of a workhorse. And by that, I mean I really enjoy taking any PC review game that comes up. So when a cute little platformer called Goats on a Bridge came up for review, I took it. It seemed like an interesting game. It’s one where you take control of two characters at more »

I hate Pitiri 1977 – watch and see why

Traditionally, Fridays are slow days in the world of video games. Especially prior to events like GDC 2015. It’s why I take the time to record myself briefly playing games for your enlightenment and amusement. Today’s game is Pitiri 1977, a recent acquisition from Groupee’s Remute’s Hipster Orgy Bundle. It doesn’t go well. Which might more »

Capcom offering refunds for Resident Evil Revelations 2 on PC

Unlike its console counterparts, the PC version of Resident Evil Revelations 2 does not include local co-op. This comes in stark contrast to the game’s adverts and Steam page, which all listed offline co-op as an included feature until today. Capcom told Eurogamer that local co-op was cut “to ensure a stable user experience across a variety of different PC more »

Here’s Your February 27, 2015 Indie Game Bundle Update

February’s at an end, so let’s exit this month right. Time to go through a round of indie game bundles. Be prepared to stay awhile. This week there are 32 indie game bundles to choose from. Once again, I’m saying the Humble Square Enix Bundle 2 is the best bet. You’re getting a lot of more »

A Good Snowman is Hard to Build Review: Snow Much Fun

A Good Snowman is Hard to Build Price: $11.99 System(s): PC Release Date: Month Date, Year Publisher (Developer): Draknek (Alan Hazelden and Benjamin Davis) ESRB Rating: N/A, but I’d say it’s appropriate for all ages A Good Snowman is Hard to Build is the most fun I’ve ever had hugging a snowman. Think about it. more »

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The Skyrim Redone creator releases Perkus Maximus

I’ve talked in the past about Skyrim Redone, a perk adjustment mod that changes up exactly how the various perks work and how you gain them. It’s a fun Skyrim mod, because it gives you a slightly different feeling to the entire experience. It’s not my favorite, however, because it feels like you have to more »

A photo tour of the Final Fantasy XIV Golden Saucer

After you’ve completed the Main Scenario questline up through the Airship mission in Final Fantasy XIV, an NPC named Well-heeled Youth will appear at (9,8) at the Ul’dah Steps of Nald location. They will express alarm at the fact that you haven’t been to the Final Fantasy XIV Golden Saucer yet, and give you a more »

Woolfe Interview with GriN: Red’s come a long way

Woolfe: The Red Hood Diaries, the indie game focused around Little Red Riding Hood, is still in Early Access on Steam. This is in preparation for the game’s full launch on March 17, 2015, and the Woolfe Pack at GriN has been working hard to polish it before then. Luckily, I was able to catch more »

A Good Snowman is Hard to Build price is tied to the temperature

Do you want to build a snowman? Of course you do! Especially with A Good Snowman is Hard to Build, a puzzle game releasing today that involves a black, amorphous monster building snowmen and then giving them hugs. That’s exactly the kind of thing that will brighten your Wednesday. In fact, I think we have more »

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Civil War Overhaul Skyrim mod makes for a more robust civil war

One of the downsides of the Civil War questline in Skyrim is that it’s sort of straight forward and not very interesting. There’s a few radiant quests, but ultimately, it’s a matter of killing a bunch of dudes in a fort several times, and then running amok in either Windhelm or Solitude and calling it more »

Valve will unveil a new ‘SteamVR hardware’ system at GDC next week

After over a year of silence from research and development, Valve announced Tuesday that they’re bringing their hardware back on stage to strut its stuff at the upcoming 2015 Game Developers Conference, and that they’ll be adding a “previously-unannounced SteamVR hardware system” to the lineup. Also slated for an appearance is the latest version of the Steam Controller, more »