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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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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: ZHEROS

Today’s Greenlight games were unfortunately uninteresting and bland, in my opinion. Thus, I decided to go back to yesterday when there were a few interesting games to choose from and cover one of the ones I missed. Today’s spotlight is on ZHEROS, a 3D brawler from Rimlight Studios. This is a great week for beat-em-ups, with Street Fist 2 and ...

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Dungeon Fighter Online Is Back!

Dungeon Fighter Online can be easily described as a beat-em-up MMO. Originally released in America in late 2009, Dungeon Fighter Online was unfortunately shut down in June of 2013. This left many fans of the game clamoring to try and find a way to bring their beloved Dungeon Fighter Online back. Those prayers were answered this week, as Dungeon Fighter ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: The Lost Valley

Today’s Greenlight spotlight shines on The Lost Valley, an atmospheric exploration game. Obviously the high-quality visuals were a major draw to me, but I was curious to find out if there was more under the hood, or if the game was just a pretty shell. Let’s begin by getting the obvious comparison to the Vanishing of Ethan Carter out of the ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: Street Fist 2

Today’s Greenlight standout was very hard to choose. There were some great looking games such as Zheroes and The Lost Valley, but there was just something about Street Fist 2 that really stood out to me. With an art style reminiscent to Freedom Force or even older titles such as Comix Zone, Street Fist 2 attempts to create an interesting visual experience. Beat-em-ups, ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: Boss Monster

Today’s Greenlight spotlight is on Boss Monster, a dungeon-building card game that is attempting to make the transition from physical board game to digital. Boss Monster tasks players with becoming the ultimate video game villain and attempting to build the most sadistic and diabolical dungeon that they can think up. The game gives you room cards, which you can then ...

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