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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.

Steam Greenlight Spotlight: Guardians of the Forest

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Today’s standout on Greenlight is Guardians of the Forest, a multiplayer brawler that features cute animals that die in various violent ways. It seems that the theme of Greenlight games the past few days has been multiplayer arena/brawler games, and as a frequent game night attendee, I could not be happier to have a wider variety of games to play ...

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Space Beast Terror Fright: The Alien Game We’ve Been Waiting For

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With the disappointment of Aliens: Colonial Marines, and the mixed reactions to Alien: Isolation, fans of the Alien franchise, or just alien horror in general, have had a rough time getting a decent game. While Colonial Marines was just an absolute disaster, Isolation bored many people with its repetitive mechanics and stretched-out storyline. An alien horror game needs tension and ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: Invisagun Heroes

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Today’s Greenlight spotlight is on Invisagun Heroes, a multiplayer battle game with a unique twist. My group of friends and I are always looking for some new party games to play, so I always jump at the opportunity to add a new game to our collection. While games like Gang Beasts and Towerfall: Ascension are staples in our local gaming ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: Blues and Bullets

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Today’s Greenlight spotlight is on Blues and Bullets, a story-based detective game. First off, I’d like to freely admit that I am a sucker for a good detective mystery. I love games like the Tex Murphy series and L.A. Noire, and it’s really great to see something of the like coming out of Greenlight. My interest in Blues and Bullets ...

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Why Contagion’s “Hunted” Mode Has Me Hooked

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I’ll admit it. Multiplayer games are not as popular with me as they are with a lot of people. I find it difficult to get enough players together to play most co-op games, and I hate playing competitive multiplayer games because of the anger involved with most communities. There is, however, one game that solves both of those problems for ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: The Human Gallery

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Today’s Greenlight spotlight is on The Human Gallery, a horror game that foregoes the jump scares and focuses entirely on messing with your head. Horror games are definitely not one of my favorite genres, as they often end up being poor recreations of each other with little substance and cheap jump scares. I’ve always felt like horror games were all ...

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Releases for the Week of May 3-9

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We all know that keeping up with the newest releases can be extremely time consuming. Below, you’ll find a list of the major releases for this week, in an attempt to make sure that no one misses out on any good games that are releasing. These release dates are for North America. Tuesday, May 5th Warside for PC. Warside is ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: Gridberd

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Today’s Greenlight spotlight is on Gridberd, a first-person survival horror game by Wareberd. Gridberd is developed using Cryengine 3, which goes a long way to providing the very realistic and well-done visuals that you’ll notice in the trailer and the screenshots. As has been pointed out in the comments I’ve seen about the game, it looks a lot like P.T, ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: Gunnheim

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Today’s Greenlight spotlight is on Gunnheim, a top-down shooter with a strong focus on bringing back the classic fun of local multiplayer experiences. Unfortunately, in the age of internet and minimal face-to-face interaction, couch co-op is not even close to being as popular as it once was. However, I have seen a greater public outcry for local multiplayer recently, and ...

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