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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: The Intergalactic Trashman

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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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OBEY Preview: Asymmetrical Multiplayer Deception

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OBEY was a game that I had not heard of until just a couple of days ago. The game was introduced to me by Dez, the sole developer, through Twitter, and he was gracious enough to invite me to a play session. OBEY was simply described as an asymmetrical multiplayer game based on deceiving your opponents in order to achieve ...

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Beowulf joins the Skullgirls Encore roster today!

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It doesn’t really feel like it’s been two years since Skullgirls crushed its indiegogo campaign goals. The fan support for this game raised nearly $830k, funding the addition of several new characters to the roster. Beowulf is one of two characters that were voted into the game by the fans, and it looks like this character is going to be a riot. Today, ...

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Whodunit?: Devil’s Bluff

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My most fond memories of playing The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion are from the Whodunit?-style quest that the game contains. I cannot tell you how many times I went back and replayed that quest because I just adore that sort of a murder mystery. I was also a huge fan of clue growing up, and these two passions of mine ...

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Slow Down, Bull: Insomniac Games’ First PC Release

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Insomniac Games is a household name in the gaming circle. From Spyro the Dragon to Ratchet and Clank, to the more recent Sunset Overdrive, Insomniac have been providing us with entertaining games for over a decade. One thing that Insomniac have not managed to do as of yet is to have one of their releases come to PC (still hoping ...

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My Steam Greenlight Frustrations

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As some of you may know, I write a series where I cover Greenlight titles, and attempt to spotlight which are the most interesting. Typically, Steam Greenlight is thought of as a derelict pit filled with GameMaker projects and boxy retro platforming games. Very few of us make a daily venture into the Greenlight territory, and those that do are ...

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Titan Souls Demo Appears on Steam

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For anyone who has been looking forward to Titan Souls, the wait has been unbearable, especially with the release date pushing closer and closer. Those of us who just cannot wait to get our hands on the game will be happy to know that there is now a demo available on Steam for the game. For many, the demo is ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: 60 Seconds!

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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

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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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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: The Lost Valley

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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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