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David MacDonald

A life long game and half life long writer, David always sought to combine his passions and write about games online.

Laser Disco Defenders PS4 Anouncement

I feel sorry for disco at times, particularly with the way that people look back on it. It was a very popular movement back in the day, but isn’t looked on very fondly nowadays. Particularly telling when it is most commonly referred to in the term “deader than disco.” Although some people still seem to have fond memories of the ...

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LEGO Harry Potter Collection Announced

LEGO has had a surprisingly strong presence in the world of video gaming, having found a unique niche. Various stories, such as Batman, Star Wars, Indiana Jones and Avengers, have all been given a LEGO game. The developers of these games take a very humorous approach in regards to tone, with plenty of slapstick and parody elements to be found. ...

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Chronicle: Runescape Legends Update

Chronicle: Runescape Legends was an interesting addition to the online collectable card games genre that has been gaining popularity recently. Most CCGs take a Magic the Gathering approach, with two players directly facing each other with their cards. Chronicle: Runescape Legends took a very unorthodox approach that helped it stand out from the competition. While players could attack each other, ...

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Killing Floor 2 Details and Facts

Killing Floor is a franchise with an interesting history. The original was actually a mod of Unreal Tournament 2004 that was released in 2005. It was eventually released as a standalone game, and a sequel, Killing Floor 2, was eventually released in Steam’s Early Access. Developed by Tripwire Interactive, quite a bit of information on Killing Floor 2 has been ...

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Akiba’s Beat to be Featured at AkibaFest

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AkibaFest, an annual convention held this weekend in Little Tokyo, Los Angeles, will be playing host to two panels regarding the upcoming game, Akiba’s Beat. A game that has been highly anticipated by fans of the series. The panels, humorously titled “Uptown Beatdowns with XSEED Games,” will take place on October 16th and 17th, and will be hosted by the ...

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Sea battles for Endless Legend now possible!

Endless Legend, a game developed by Amplitude Studios, is no stranger to expansions. There have been three full fledged expansions and just as many minor ones. Each of the major expansions has added significant amounts of content to the game, two of them adding new factions. The fourth and latest major expansion, Tempest, has released today, and is available for ...

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Valerian To Have Game Developed

Licensed games for movies are far from unexplored territory. They’ve been a staple of video games since the creation of the medium. Some of them have even gone on to become iconic parts of gaming, such as Goldeneye 007. The latest movie to receive a licensed game will be the upcoming Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets. Europacorp, ...

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Tyranny to be Released November 10

Tyranny is the latest upcoming RPG from famed developer Obsidian, the same company responsible for Pillars of Eternity and Fallout: New Vegas. Recently, they have begun a partnership with Paradox Interactive to bring Tyranny to the world. For the longest time, the game only had a vague release date of sometime within 2016. Eager fans need guess at its release ...

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Dual Universe Kickstarter Funded

Kickstarter is a platform that has garnered a rather mixed reputation. It has churned out both successes and failures, Shadowrun Returns for the former, Mighty No.9 for the latter.  Just to name a few for both groups As a result, some people look on it with concern and are hesitant at the prospect of using it. It seems, however, that ...

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