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The gorgeous Trine 3 is coming this year

Trine 3: The Artifacts of Power, the third installment in developer Frozenbytes’ venerable puzzle-platformer series, will release this year, the studio revealed in the announcement trailer above. Trine 3 is currently slated for a PC release, with other platforms to be announced. Given that Trine: Enchanted Edition, the original game remade in the engine of Trine 2, is already available 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 Kirby Amiibo (almost) breaks Kirby and the Rainbow Curse

The Kirby Amiibo is adorable. The Meta Knight Amiibo is badass, and also kind of adorable. The King Dedede Amiibo, which I was lucky enough to pick up yesterday, is also freakin’ adorable. I’m gushing. I love these things. I even took a nice picture of them, because they’re the focus of this post. I’m more »

5 Best Kirby Spin-offs

I’m going to level with you; for some reason, this has been a slow news week. This means being creative when it comes to creating awesome stuff for you to read that’s relevant to your interests and timely. Since Kirby and the Rainbow Curse is going to be bringing joy to the Wii U-owning masses more »

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You have 3 weeks to catch Mew in Pokemon Shuffle

You know that 3DS eShop exclusive that is essentially free-to-play Pokemon Trozei? Well, it’s getting a launch event. Pokemon Shuffle is now available, which is probably, maybe a good thing. It also has a promotion going where people could catch Mew, which I suppose is a good thing too. Now, let’s get into why it more »

htoL#NiQ: The Firefly Diary Preview: Stumbling in Darkness

In a dilapidated room, in a dark and dreary place, where only a single firefly provides a guaranteed source of light, a young girl awakes on an operating table. The fact that she isn’t alone momentarily disconcerts her, but the firefly soon shows itself to be a friend, rather than a harbinger of doom. This more »

Free-to-play Pokemon Shuffle out this month

Free-to-play Pokemon Shuffle out this month Enjoy match-3 games and playing stuff for free? Did you also enjoy Pokemon Trozei? Well, then Pokemon Shuffle is perfect for you. It’s Nintendo’s first free-to-play 3DS game based on the series, and it will be coming to the eShop in February 2015. Pokemon Shuffle is pretty similar to more »

The Lady review: Art meets mental illness

The Lady Price: $3.99 System(s): PC Release Date: January 29, 2015 Publisher (Developer): MPR ART Hallucinations/ Plug In Digital (MPR ART Hallucinations/ Roger Levy ) ESRB Rating: Mature for violence, blood,and disturbing images Recently, I mentioned The Lady, a game that I have undertaken the challenge of reviewing. My first thought was that it reminded me of a disturbing more »

Old Kids on the Blocks: Toronto to host Tetris Championship

A classic game such as never stops getting played. And gamers are by nature competitive creatures. Once we start comparing high scores, it isn’t long before a tourney scene comes together. If Madden NFL and Street Fighter can have flourishing competitive scenes, why not Tetris? Toronto will host its third Tetris championship February 12 at more »

The Lady reminds me of Madoka Magica

A little explanation for you first, since I’m sure “The Lady,” and “Madoka Magica,” could both be foreign terms for you. The Lady is an indie game that I have accepted the task of reviewing. It’s an indie through and through, as it’s like nothing you’ve ever seen before. The creator has mentioned overtly that more »

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I think Trivia Crack is rigged

I started playing Trivia Crack. Why? Well, people I know were getting into the game. A few friends I really like challenged me, and I have a competitive nature. Plus, it’s one of the most popular games on both iTunes and Google Play and free. It couldn’t hurt to give it a chance. And I more »

I thought I could math, ATM Simulation showed I can’t

As an illustrious member of the video gaming illuminati, I get to wake up to an inbox filled with press releases for new titles. Exciting new IPs, rehash revisitations, declarations of screenshots and trailers, and of course the occasional, mobile game announcements appear on my screen. I tend to push most of these to the more »