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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: Yasai Ninja

Today’s Greenlight submissions were a no-go, so I decided to revisit something that caught my eye from yesterday’s submissions. Yasai Ninja stood out to me because of its unique theme and art style. Ninja vegetables is something that I’ve not seen before in a game, and I always applaud innovation in any way when it comes to game development. Unfortunately, ...

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Star Wars: Battlefront Reveal Date…Revealed

Ever since Star Wars: Battlefront was announced, there has been a ridiculous amount of hype surrounding the game, and with good reason. The original two titles in the Battlefront series were maybe some of the most-played games during their prime. I vividly remember playing hours upon hours of single player Battlefront and setting up instant action games hunting the Gungan ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: Flying Tigers: Shadows Over China

Today’s Greenlight standout is Flying Tigers: Shadows Over China by Ace Maddox. Shadows Over China is an air combat game with an interesting story premise. The game follows volunteer groups of Americans who flew and fought against Japan during World War II. The stand out feature of this one was the World War II story line, as I am a ...

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First Impressions: Exanima

With the recent Greenlight success of Exanima, I thought it appropriate to give my copy a try and write up my impressions of the game thus far. For those who are unaware, Exanima is being developed by Bare Mettle Entertainment and is an isometric action-RPG with roguelike elements. It is a prelude to Bare Mettle’s larger project, Sui Generis, which ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: Star-Bored

Today’s Greenlight spotlight is on Star-Bored, a darkly comedic strategy game set in the far future. In Star-Bored, you take on the role of the Chief Auditor of the Bureaucratic Imperium, and you are tasked with eliminating galactic terrorists while also managing the duties of a typical bureaucrat and exploring the galaxy. The first thing that stood out to me ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: Red Awakening

Today’s Greenlight standout was Red Awakening. a multiplayer action/stealth game in an 80’s style, neon-drenched environment. Red Awakening features stealth gameplay, a movement system that includes parkour, and a creepy synth soundtrack, which couple to create a tense and unsettling experience. The focus of the gameplay is on stealth, which is brought on by the uncertainty of your environment. Red ...

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Releases for the Week of March 29th-April 4th

Keeping up with the new games coming out each week can be a full time job that often requires hours of research on various websites. Luckily, this list features most of the major releases for this week. There is quite a bit coming out this week, so hopefully there will be something new for everyone to play. The release dates ...

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Without Zelda, What’s Left for the Wii U This Year?

Nintendo’s console has been struggling to stay relevant for a few years now. Particularly with the release of Sony and Microsoft’s next-gen PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, the Wii U has simply become less and less appealing. The console has trouble scoring any exclusive releases and is instead often cut out of games coming out on both the fellow competing systems. ...

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Legend of Zelda WiiU No Longer Scheduled for 2015 Release

Bad news for fans who were looking forward to the new Legend of Zelda game this year. Unfortunately, Nintendo has decided to delay the game into 2016, which was initially scheduled for a late 2015 launch. The above video features the producer,Eiji Aonuma, explaining the reasoning behind the delay as well as apologizing for the disappointment. Simply put, the reasoning ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: 60 Seconds!

Today’s Greenlight standout is 60 Seconds!, an adventure game with elements of survival. Developed by Robot Gentleman, 60 Seconds! is described as an arcade game with a hint of rogue-like elements added for good measure. The initial draw of the game was the interesting visual style that it presents, as well as my curiosity as to what exactly the title ...

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