In The Lab with NinjaBee’s Andrew Hill and Patrick Spens
Jun09

In The Lab with NinjaBee’s Andrew Hill and Patrick Spens

Since their start in 2004, NinjaBee has made quite a name for themselves in the downloadable world. After the success of Cloning Clyde on the Xbox Live Marketplace, NinjaBee has since moved on to bigger venues, working with companies like EA, Real Studios and even Disney. Their biggest accomplishment, Kingdom of Keflings, sold over 600,000 units on Xbox Live and is on it’s way to being ported to the Wii U. With the studio...

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This Is The End Review
Jun09

This Is The End Review

Just as what happened in the late 90s with Deep Impact and Armageddon, Dante’s Peak and Volcano, and countless other movie pairs, 2013 is seeing its share of near identical movies coming out, starting with Olympus Has Fallen and White House Down and now This Is The End and The World’s End. While we have known that Edgar Wright’s final chapter in the Cornetto trilogy has been coming for a while, This Is The End seemed to come out of...

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In the Lab with FrogDice’s Michael Hartman
Jun09

In the Lab with FrogDice’s Michael Hartman

FrogDice is a gamer group from Kentucky that had many games to show off, most notably a strange mix of dungeon crawler and Dr. Mario of all things. This game, Dungeon of Elements, is related to Tower of Elements, which is a match-three tower defense RPG. The people at FrogDice seem committed to combining casual and core genres to create interesting new blends of gameplay, to train casual gamers to become used to core concepts. And if...

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