Don’t Starve Review

Don’t Starve Developer: Klei Entertianment Platforms: PC   Don’t Starve is an interesting game in that, while I know it is fun, I’m not sure If I feel comfortable calling it a fun experience. It’s very polished, got a superb sense of style, and is so wonderfully deep t...

Snow. An Open World, Free To Play Game To Watch

Watching the short trailer from Poppermost Production’s game in the works, Snow, just makes me wish I had a free weekend in the mountains. Built upon CryENGINE 3 by a three person team, this beautiful, open world, free to play game looks to occupy many hours of throwing on ...

What’s in a Pseudonym? – Wormwood

Names can say a lot about a person, but Pseudonyms can are like encyclopedias into a soul. The names we choose for ourselves, be it Xbox Gamer Tag, Steam Profile Name,  or simply the name you’ve always used to log in to a forum, have in my experience almost always had an in...

Divergence Pre-Alpha Footage Presentation Released

It’s been a while since we last heard significant news from Divergence, the Indie, One-Man Sci-Fi, Permadeth MMO being made by Ethan Casner. The two part presentation delves further into the history and lore of the universe, species, and player freedom in the pre-alpha vers...

PAYDAY2 Soundtrack Teasers By Composer Simon Viklund

With PAYDAY2’s August releast right around the corner, those willing to spend the additional cash for the “Career Criminal” pre-purchase edition on Steam will be delighted to know that the most amazing Simon Viklund had his hands on the game’s soundtrack. ...

GO WATCH: How Videogames Extend Life

Its always nice to hear someone swinging for video games: Too many people have cast gaming at this era’s scape goat, but there are a few. One of these brave warriors is Jane Mcgonigal, who has spoken many times on the good that games bring to our world. Now, she’s cla...

The Vanishing of Ethan Carter: Prequel Mini-Comic

The Astronauts are ready to announce that they are nearly finished with the pre-production stage of their weird horror game, The Vanishing of Ethan Carter; but, a simple announcement wasn’t enough. They decided to tease us with a very stylish micro-graphic novel.  The prequ...

Review: Sleeping Dogs

Perhaps the best game that I picked up during the Steam Summer Sale was the 2012 hit Sleeping Dogs. Typically I don’t go for the Grand Theft Auto style game as it generally disagrees with my conscience, but there is something about the fact that you play as an undercover co...

Steam Summer Sale: Magicka

Magicka has been out for a few years now but if you like coop games, and destroying your friends “on accident”, you’ll want to be sure and grab this one. Set in a generic fantasy world Magicka is something like an ARPG (action RPG) where you take on the role of ...

Steam Trading Cards 101

If you’ve been involved in the Steam Summer Sale at all, you’ve no doubt seen a number of items popping into you inventory. These are part of the new Steam Trading Card system, and it’s a feature that is here to stay. So, by now you’ve got a few cards, so what do you do with them...

Steam Summer Sale: Civilization V

I’m going to go ahead and blame Jacob for this purchase which has sucked away several hours of my life already! Civilization V is a world/culture building game where you take on the role of one of the great nations (America, Denmark, Japan, etc) and try to survive. The game...

Steam Summer Sale: Batman Arkham Asylum

If you missed out on this one then I really feel sorry for you. Back in 2010 Rocksteady produced what has come to be the quintessential Batman game, Batman Arkham Asylum. Miles and leagues ahead of any other super hero game the gameplay behind Arkham Asylum puts all other previou...

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