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Beyond Half-Life: 4 Great Games That Might Actually Get Sequels

Gabe Newell, co-founder of Valve, recently spoke in a podcast about the possible future of their old classic franchises- Half-Life and Left 4 Dead if you need a reminder. Fans have been begging for new installments in these series for seemingly forever. Newell offered a completely noncommittal response, in keeping with Valve’s attitude towards the rumors about Half-Life 3 or Left 4 Dead 3. ...

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6 Reasons You Should Buy Cities:Skylines

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

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: PolyRace

Today’s Greenlight spotlight (perfect fit for St. Paddy’s Day) shines on PolyRace, a 3-D racing game “with an infinite amount of tracks”, according to the developers. This game caught my eye because of its fast-paced racing gameplay, which brought me back to the days of F-Zero and Podracer, two of my favorite games of all time. I have always been ...

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Release “Date”: Shin Samurai Jazz

Release “date” is a new series where I take a newly-released game and spend some quality time with it. I will then give my first impressions based on the time I’ve spent with the game. My lovely partner today is Shin Samurai Jazz, a game by Blaze Epic. I’ve spent close to two hours with this game, and I’m ready ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: APT

Today’s Greenlight spotlight shines on APT, a first-person puzzle game by R.I.P Studios. Initial thoughts immediately liken the game to the Portal series, and these thoughts are very correct. However, this is not necessarily a negative thing. Portal is one of the most inventive, challenging, and entertaining games on the market, which means that there is plenty of room for ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: Rememoried

Today’s Greenlight standout is Rememoried, an indie exploration game by Hangonit. Rememoried caught my eye initially based on the standout visuals that I saw instantly upon starting the trailer. The pickings were very slim today, and it was a relief to see something interesting such as Rememoried pop up on my Greenlight queue. The game is described as “a virtual ...

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Releases for the week of March 15-21

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. Tuesday, March 17th Battlefield Hardline for PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox ...

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5 Indie Games You Can’t Afford to Miss

Independent developers are coming out with some of the most unique and innovative games each year. More and more, we are seeing the spotlight turn away from buggy, triple-A releases and focusing instead of these incredible indie experiences. However, with so many releases, it can often be nearly impossible to keep up with, let alone play every indie game that ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: Voice of Steel

Steam Greenlight opened for submission on August 30, 2012. Ever since then, games such as McPixel, Broforce, and Frozen Cortex have achieved great success thanks to the positive (and critical) feedback from the community. Steam Greenlight Spotlight is my attempt to focus on the games that I feel are deserving of your attention. Finding a solid game to give your vote ...

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