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Sean Flint

I enjoy playing pretty much any type of game out there. My passion lies in finding the gems of the indie gaming world. When I'm not playing games, I'm programming them, at the gym, or tending to my small army of cats. Writing has always been a part of my life and I'm grateful for the opportunity to get my content out there for people to see.

Ira’s New Demo Showcases its Overworld

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For anyone who recalls my previous post about Ira, you will remember it being a point-and-click adventure that I was very interested in based on its visual aesthetic as well as its intriguing story. Recently, a demo has been released on Ore Creative’s website containing a preview of the game’s overworld. The overworld was described to me by the developers to ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: Sparkle 3: Genesis

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Today’s focus is on Sparkle 3: Genesis, a game by Forever Entertainment S.A. Sparkle 3: Genesis is a surreal simulation game where you play a creature living in a vast ocean that is looking to make evolutionary progress. You have the ability to decide the path of your creature, meaning that you can decide to be a carnivorous meat-eating organism, ...

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Releases for the Week of March 22-28th

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Keeping up with the latest game releases can be a full-time job. There are releases every day ranging from the smallest indies, to the largest, multi-million dollar triple-As. In this article you will find the major releases that you can expect this week. These release dates are for North America. Monday, March 23rd Out of the Park Baseball ’16 for ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: Unfair Jousting Fair

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Today’s Greenlight spotlight is on Unfair Jousting Fair, a 2-D jousting game where players attempt to balance on a unicycle whilst charging towards each other with improvised weaponry. Today’s Greenlight was quite barren, so I was a bit surprised to come across something that I found somewhat compelling. Unfair Jousting Fair had me interested with its visual style, which I ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: Contradiction

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Today’s spotlight is on Contradiction: the all-video murder mystery adventure. This was basically the easiest choice for a Greenlight Spotlight entry that I have had to make so far. I am a sucker for FMV games, new and old. Games like Supreme Warrior and the Tex Murphy series have been staples in my gaming library for years. I grew up ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: Awakening of Heroes

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Today’s spotlight is on Awakening of Heroes, developed by COFA Games, which is described as a casual MOBA. Initially, I was impressed with the visual quality of the trailer. I loved the style of the characters, as well as the voice acting, and this made the trailer really stand out among the other games on the Greenlight page for today. I’m ...

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6 Reasons You Should Buy Cities:Skylines

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Cities:Skylines has been a source of much conversation over the past few weeks. It was released to the press a week before launch, which generated a ton of hype for the release, which occurred on March 10th. The game has been commended for being what Sim City should have been, and for being one of the best city simulation games ...

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4 Must Play RTS Classics

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Real-Time Strategy games, or RTS, have been around for ages. From the classics such as Age of Empires, to the present-day titles such as Starcraft 2 and Grey Goo, they have always been a source of countless hours of entertainment for those of us who were interested in strategy gameplay. I personally began playing RTS at a very young age, ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: Solar Crusaders

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Today’s spotlight shines on Solar Crusaders, a 4X multiplayer top-down strategy game. The draw of Solar Crusaders was that it immediately reminded me of FTL, one of my favorite games of all time. I loved the challenge and depth of FTL, and upon seeing Solar Crusaders I was hoping to find out that they were willing to create something just ...

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Let’s Discuss Review Scores

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*These opinions are my own and do not reflect the views of any of my fellow journalists at Load The Game* Review scores have been a hot topic in the gaming community for quite a while now, but have seemed to explode in social media over the past few months. With the popularity of video game journalism and content creators ...

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