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Madoka Magica Civilization: Beyond Earth mod is OP

Seeing as how Civilization: Beyond Earth is only , I’m guessing you didn’t expect to be playing anything other than the official, Firaxis Games content. Well, open your eyes, because the Steam Workshop already has Beyond Earth mods for you, and I’m here to introduce you to one that is awesome, but also quite overpowered. more »

3 Civilization: Beyond Earth Sponsors rock every world

Civilization: Beyond Earth is an amazing game that will absolutely make countless PC gamers happy over the next few months. Really, it’s the kind of game you keep playing, either alone or with friends. It’s great. However, there are three Sponsors that really stand out when compared to the others. The first Civilization: Beyond Earth more »

Valkyria Chronicles gets a second chance on PCs

Ask any Sega fan which series has received the worst treatment in the last 10 years, and you’ll get one of two responses. The first will probably be Sonic the Hedgehog, because not everyone is happy with the turns the hedgehog has taken. The second, however, will undoubtedly be Valkyria Chronicles. Formerly a PlayStation exclusive, more »

Civilization: Beyond Earth Review: Own Every Game

Title: Civilization: Beyond Earth Price: System(s): Windows Release Date: October 23, 2014 Publisher (Developer): 2K Games (Firaxis Games) ESRB Rating: “Everyone 10+” for Alcohol Reference, Fantasy Violence, Language A Civilization game review is a difficult one to write. I’m tempted to start by saying my first Sid Meier’s Civilization: Beyond Earth play session lasted almost more »

Civilization: Beyond Earth ruins sleep patterns

The Technology Tell Gaming Channel official review of Sid Meier’s Civilization: Beyond Earth is coming later today. Part of me hopes that will make people glad, but a more selfish part of me is happy because it means I can finally attempt to get to bed at a decent hour again. Simply put, the last more »

What I Learned Playing Sid Meier’s Civilization: Beyond Earth

Sid Meier’s Civilization: Beyond Earth is now available, though I’ve had the opportunity to try it a while, particularly in multiplayer to round out the experience of the team member composing our review of the game. I won’t do any scoring or critiquing myself, but I’d like to share some facts for those who have made 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 »

We get to play Hyperdevotion Noire next year

We’re getting the Noire spinoff! Idea Factory International just confirmed that it will be releasing the game in both North America and Europe, and it is exciting. Mainly, because Hyperdevotion Noire: Goddess Black Heart is the first strategic RPG game starring the console goddesses. Also, because it’s the first game where Noire, the anthropomorphic PS3 more »

Slamba Yetu is the greatest thing that shouldn’t exist

Do you know what Civilization IV and Space Jam have in common? No, not nothing. They have ! Okay, you need to stop laughing at my intro. If this relationship is going to work, you have to just accept that sometimes, I have to use a really stupid intro in order to get to the more »

Fate Tectonics Preview: Time absorbing

Fate Tectonics is the unique, new puzzle game that’s much like putting together a complicated puzzle, and then having a toddler smash it to bits. Sound frustrating? That’s the predominant emotion I expected to feel while playing Fate Tectonics and seeing hours of hard work go to waste. However, and quite surprisingly, the exact opposite more »

Andrew Traviss on Fate Tectonics, Golden Gear Inc. and pixels

A lot of interesting indie games find their way through Steam Greenlight, and it’s always interesting to learn more about what went into them. I recently had the pleasure of conversing with Andrew Traviss, co-founder of Golden Gear, Inc. Traviss is also the creator, designer, and programmer of Fate Tectonics. The game is currently available more »

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Next Total War game will feature Attila The Hun

By most accounts Attila The Hun was a really unpleasant guy, but he was an excellent leader and strategist. He changed not just warfare, but the world itself. In other words, he’s the perfect subject for a Total War game. Creative Assembly has announced Total War: Attila is coming to PC in 2015. The player more »