Games of the Last Decade Ranked – (Part 3)

Second verse, same as the first! It’s time to continue with our look back at the games that released in the last decade. As usual, if the game is on this list, it’s because it released sometime between January 1st, 2010 and December 31st, 2019, in addition to being a title that I have actually played. I apologize in advance […]

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Games of the Last Decade Ranked – (Part 2)

Second verse, same as the first! It’s time to continue with our look back at the games that released in the last decade. As usual, if the game is on this list, it’s because it released sometime between January 1st, 2010 and December 31st, 2019, in addition to being a title that I have actually played. I apologize in advance […]

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Games of the Last Decade Ranked – (part 1)

The time has come to take a look back at the games that have released. But instead of just looking at 2019 releases, I thought today we could take a walk down memory lane and look back at the games that released over the last decade. Now I’d like to establish a few things. I realize that there was no […]

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Review: Remember Me

Produced by Dontnod Studios and published by Capcom, Remember Me is an adrenaline-fueled action-adventure game set in a cyberpunk dystopia in which human memory has become commoditized and monopolized by a giant corporation called Memorize. You play as a talented rebel “memory hunter” named Nilin, who begins the game in prison with her memory removed. Under the guidance of a […]

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Indie Game Review: Don’t Starve (Steam/PC)

Pseudoscience tells us we are never more than three feet away from a spider. Sweet dreams!

“Don’t Starve,” independently developed by Klei Entertainment, is a quirky and surprising addition to the survival / horror genre. Eye-catching visuals and memorable atmosphere combine to turn “Don’t Starve” into a notable cult hit with a few surprises in store for curious gamers. The game opens with Wilson, a Gentleman Scientist, waking to find himself transported to a strange parallel […]

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Dr. Geek: What CES Meant for Gamers

Every year the best, most innovative, and oddest inventions in consumer electronics, the type of technological gadgetry that inhabit and enliven our daily lives, come together for an orgy of originality.  The International Consumer Electronics Show, or CES if you are cool enough, wrapped up last week, showcasing everything from Ultra HD television sets (or 4K sets since they have […]

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Indie Game Review: Your Doodles Are Bugged

Your Doodles Are Bugged by Spyn Doctor Games is a challenging puzzle game that utilizes resource management to go along with insane background features. The end-result is a fun game that can at times be frustrating. httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Snr1ExNffVE In Your Doodles Are Bugged, a clumsy apprentice knocks over the jar of bugs belonging to Doodleus the Master Doodler. Now all of […]

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XBLIG Uprising Developer Interview: Smudged Cat Games – developer of Gateways

Continuing our coverage of the Xbox Live Indie Games Uprising III, Smudged Cat Games, developer of Gateways (read our preview) and third place winner of the 2012 Dream.Build.Play competition took some time to answer our questions to that you can know a bit more about them and their games.  The full interview can be found below: First, tell the readers […]

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