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iOS Spotlight: Adaline – An adventure of stealth, skill and cats

The iOS App Store is a strange place. There are incredible games, awful games, and awful clones of incredible games. The Chocobollo Company aims to change that, and they’ve started with their first game, Adaline – An adventure of stealth, skill and cats. The new developers seem to know what they’re getting into – the game’s current description (as of 4/23/15) expresses a desire ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: The Intergalactic Trashman

Today’s Greenlight standout is The Intergalactic Trashman, a game by Glove Cat. The game is a unique combination of 2D action platforming and a space exploration/shooter experience. I decided to focus on The Intergalactic Trashman based on the insane amount of polish that Glove Cat have put on their game. The difference between a normal Greenlight title and a fantastic ...

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Itchi.Oh, No! – Blabbelogue

Itch.io is a website that allows developers to upload their independent games as well as game-related content, and gives them to ability to either charge or give the game away for free. Being an advocate for the indie community, I spend a lot of my time on Itch.io, and I always find myself looking at games and shaking my head ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: Volphant

Today’s spotlight shines on Volphant, which is a game that was created originally for Global Game Jam 2015. After literally two days of nothing on Greenlight, it was nice to see a game that I feel really had some potential. Typically, I can find at least one interesting title a day on Greenlight, but the last few have been extremely ...

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E3: Expectations for the Xbox

Time flies. With June around the corner, it’s time to settle down and see what games are coming out. Already, Xbox developers have revealed some big names for the year. Many of them are sequels and rumors. There’s also some surprising news from Phil Spencer, concerning the future of the Xbox. Expectations for this E3 are high. This year, games, ...

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Journey Back to the Classics: Call of Duty 2

Always enjoy the classics.  They’re the reason why certain games exist.  Without their foundations, gaming wouldn’t be the same.  Remember Call of Duty 2?  Can you believe it has been almost been 10 years since the game was released?  That entry into the Call of Duty franchise introduced new and basic concepts.  Even though regenerating health was seen in Halo 2, the grenade icon ...

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Galaxy Heist Wants You to Become a Space Pirate

When it comes to the collection of games that allow you to control space ships and do some galactic exploring and conquering, there is definitely no shortage to choose from. From the more serious space simulation games to the casual fly around and destroy other ships, space is one of the most popular settings for games. Galaxy Heist takes that ...

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Slow Down, Bull: First Impressions

*To be clear, this is not a full review, it is just a quick rundown of my first impressions after completing the first three worlds of the game* For those who don’t know, Slow Down, Bull is Insomniac’s first ever PC release. The game was created as more of a design experiment by designer Lisa Brown, who was asked to ...

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Releases for the Week of April 19-25, 2015

As we all know, keeping up with new releases can be a full-time job, and it’s really easy to miss games that have been on our radars for months. This weekly releases series aims to compile a short and simple list of the major releases of each week. There are some great games on the horizon this week, so make ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: Garbage Day

Today’s Greenlight standout is Garbage Day, an open world sandbox game where you control a man who is stuck in a Groundhog Day-esque timeloop, meaning that he lives the same day over and over. The first thing that came to my mind upon seeing this idea is that there are no consequences for actions. No matter what you do in ...

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