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I Am Bread? Is this really where we’re at?

I’m not going to lie, I enjoyed the concept and the execution of Bossa Studio’s . While I’m not the biggest fan of simulator games, I think it was a great idea to make a game where your job was to save a life, and surgery is definitely a situation where you’d need precise hand/eye more »

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Skyrim’s Lady of the Lake should give out a better sword

If you’re not familiar with what I’m talking about, there’s a specific pool of water in Skyrim. The pool of water is near Whiterun, easily found on the way to the Silent Moons Camp. If you go there, you will find a skeletal hand sticking out, and it will be holding a leveled, one handed more »

There’s Secret of the Magic Crystals dress up DLC

Feast your eyes on the product everyone will be giving and receiving during the 2014 Steam winter sale. Behold! Secret of the Magic Crystals Dress Up DLC. These are some super pretty ponies. Of course, it is currently on sale for $2.09 until October 24, 2014, to celebrate it’s launch, so maybe people won’t wait more »

Xbox One fall update is mammoth and out

While you may have been working, sleeping or watching TV, your Xbox One has been working out. A brand new, Xbox One fall update this week adds a plethora of features folks have been asking for, and some you may not have even known you needed. Let’s take a look, shall we? New Snap and more »

Get the PS4 and Vita bundle for $500

Earlier this year, Sony released a $559.99 PS4 and Vita bundle. It was the ideal opportunity for any Sony fan who had missed out on the next gen console and handheld, and wanted to remedy their situation by grabbing both in one fell swoop. It shined briefly, in June and July, then faded from view. more »

Google Nexus Player is another microconsole we don’t want

I like the idea of Android microconsoles. I have an Ouya that I play at least once a week, and I love its portability, the ease with which I can sideload apps, and the different gaming experiences I have on it as opposed to my PS4 and Wii U. Despite that love, I know how more »

Android convergence continues with Google Nexus Player

The idea of “convergence” is a funny thing, given how often companies have gotten it wrong. When the idea was popularized back in the ‘90s, everyone assumed that all entertainment and information functions would naturally “converge” on the television, at that time the center of any media-consuming household. After all, people already watched live programming, more »

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Kingdom Hearts’ keyblade isn’t really a blade

I’m certain I’m not the only person who’s pointed this out. I’m probably not even the only person who’s pointed this out this week. Still, with Kingdom Hearts 3 on the horizon, I feel as though I must bring it up again. Because some things are important enough to state multiple times. The isn’t a more »

Glasnost This: Reagan Gorbachev is a new Ouya game

Ouya is a platform designed to let creators make any game they choose with no restrictions. It has yielded some gems, including Fist Puncher, a love letter to 80s brawlers. Team 2Bit, the minds behind Fist Puncher, have another crazy 80s throwback of a game coming. Reagan Gorbachev is a co-op stealth game set in the more »

Here’s Your October 17, 2014 Indie Game Bundle Update

Need something to do this weekend? Well, there are 25 indie game bundles available at the moment. Some are old, most are new, and there’s a good chance you’ll find something to enjoy. Maybe you can even pick up something for a friend. GamerTell’s Best Indie Game Bundle Picks: Humble Mozilla Bundle (Windows, Mac, Linux, more »

I like that Alien: Isolation won’t let you hide

That title isn’t exactly clear. You can hide in Alien: Isolation. It’s encouraged, in fact, as it can provide a chance to evade a xenomorph that is getting smarter by the second. The thing is, The Creative Assembly and Sega crafted this game in such a way that you can’t hide away forever. I learned more »

The Best Free Apps for October 17, 2014

From AppleTell Angry Birds transform into Autobirds, and the universe goes free. Read the full post on AppleTell »