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Summer Strange: Weird Ass Games You Never Knew You Wanted

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As many of you are painfully aware by now with the hole that Steam has burnt into your wallets, it’s Summer time. As such, it’s time to find titles to fill the void left by the annual lack of new videogames that comes with the season. I suppose the games industry believes that we should

UFC 2014 Glitches: The Reason Why Patching Saves Games

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At times I almost feel badly for videogame developers of the past, simply because they only got one chance to make a game great. Once a title shipped, that was it. Whatever was written onto that cartridge or disc is what that game was to the world. The E.T. NES game was so notoriously horrible

That Old Feeling

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At this year’s E3, there were a slew of new games announced as well as some familiar faces returning for yet another showing. Some that have seemingly been in development forever (get it together, Kojima) made an appearance along with a few classic franchises being resurrected from the digital grave. Nostalgia machines like Phantom Dust

Mobile Master Race: It’s Not Actually a Race

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Over the last few years, gaming has made a huge leap into the mainstream via mobile. Video games are no longer solely found within the realm of consoles or PC, privy only to those willing to shell out the cash for a gaming device. Now even your most gaming-inept uncle is getting in on the

The Last of Us Is Among the Best of Them

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Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us is one of the few games that made my list of most anticipated titles this year. Having tracked the development of this title over the past year and having played the demo at this year’s PAX East show, my hype machine was on full blast. With the game finally

Remember Meh

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Remember Me is the likely story of a woman who awakens having lost her memories, and spends the next day attempting to change the past to make more sense of the future. College girls across the country play this same game every day. Aiding you in your quest for truth is the voice in your

Don’t Starve: Don’t Buy

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Don’t Starve is an aptly named title. The focus of the game is to survive the wilderness after being left in the middle of the woods with naught on your person. The first task posed to players is a simple one, find something to eat and survive through the night. Players will quickly come to

In the Fold: Tearaway Interview with Media Molecule’s James Spafford

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Following the success of Little Big Planet, Media Molecule is back at it again. This time, starting with the Playstation Vita, the developer is taking an uncharted approach to the adventure game. Utilizing every possible trick that the Vita hardware has in its arsenal, Tearaway is shaping up to be one of the most uniquely

Sharing with Others: The Next Step in Gaming

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Remember the days when home gaming was a solitary event? At most, it was a chance to practice for the arcades, so you could take fools down in Street Fighter II and rack up high scores. Unfortunately, arcades have all but died here in the United States. Today’s generation will not have the pleasure to

Guest Host Shidosha Interviews Dive Kick creator, Adam “Keits” Heart- PAX East 2013

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I have to admit.  When I first passed the Dive Kick booth at PAX East 2013, I just kind of assumed that the game was a joke.  Even without playing it, I understood the premise.  Dive Kick is two button fighting game centered around one overpowered move, the dive-kick.  Using only two buttons, and no