Dual Screens: Awesome Pea: REVIEW (Xbox one & Nintendo switch)

Awesome Pea

Often times multiple authors wind up playing the same game at the same time but the differences between consoles may not warrant two separate reviews. Dual Screens is a segment on Galaxy of Geek where two authors review the same game but each offer their own perspective and score.  Nintendo Switch By: Frank Duran Awesome Pea is full of nostalgia but […]

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Get your indie game on with these free Xbox Creator’s Collection games

You’d be forgiven if you hadn’t heard of (or weren’t overly familiar with) Xbox’s Creator’s Collection. Effectively the spiritual successor to Xbox Live Indie Games, Creator’s Collection games primarily focus on simple, “pick up and play” type of games from small developers/the community. The best of the best can go on to be part of the ID@Xbox program as well.  […]

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Target scares up deals for Friday the 13th and some obscure clearance games

Target

Right now Target has a handful of unadvertised Xbox One and PS4 games on sale/clearance. While in-store pricing and stock may vary, there’s some excellent opportunities to add some lesser-known games to your backlog on the cheap. Target is slashing the price of Friday the 13th by 50% through the 20th when you use the Target app/Cartwheel offer at checkout.  […]

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Hands on Preview (Literally): The New Xbox One Controller

Let’s be honest here for a moment, just plain brutally honest. No fan boy nonsense or otherwise. The Xbox has had a bumpy road with their controller. Starting out on the original Xbox with a controller that was roughly the size of an iPad or small computer, Microsoft went on to design the clear stand-out controller for the last (current?) […]

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