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PC Games Rising From The Dead!: Ravaged and Forge Updated With Massive Patches

PC Games Rising From The Dead!: Ravaged and Forge Updated With Massive Patches

Aug 20, 2013

This screenshot is from Ravaged Zombie Apocalypse, a newly patched version of Ravaged, an apocalyptic multiplayer FPS that previously had no zombies in it. Obviously, this was a problem since Ravaged is a video game released in the 2010s, so the developers have seen fit to add a zombie based survival mode to it. In theory, this is also a bid to create more...

Weekly Bundle Roundup: August 20, 2013

Weekly Bundle Roundup: August 20, 2013

Aug 20, 2013

This week in the world of Bundles, EA sees the humble light, a YouTuber is thirsty, and as always, there are more ways to add to your Steam backlog. Let’s begin, shall we? www.humblebundle.com Games are on Steam when available, all games are on Origin For $1: Dead Space Burnout Paradise Crysis 2 Mirror’s Edge Medal of Honor Dead Space 3 Beat The...

Collider #1 Review

Collider #1 Review

Aug 20, 2013

 Fringe was a television show that was a cross between a police procedural and hard sci-fi.  The show slowly became one of my favorite shows of all time.  The reason I’m bringing this up is because Collider by Simon Oliver reminds me heavily of the best episodes of Fringe. Collider brings us in to the world of Adam Hardy and his time in the Federal Bureau of...

The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones Review

The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones Review

Aug 20, 2013

Before I started reviewing movies, my best friend and I would go once or twice a month to the movie theater on a Sunday and spend the day watching three movies. The two of us just loved seeing movies. Needless to say, he usually tags along to the screeners I attend when he doesn’t have to work, and when I asked him if he wanted to see The Mortal Instruments:...

Let’s Play: Onechanbara Part 2 – Blood Demons Suck

Let’s Play: Onechanbara Part 2 – Blood Demons Suck

Aug 20, 2013

The Adobe Flash Player is required for video playback.Get the latest Flash Player or Watch this video on YouTube. David and Cameron dive back into Onechanbara and find themselves hacking through even stupider waves of enemies with no end or way to kill the blood demons in sight. How much monotony can someone take? Why does a game decide that random levels or...

DiveKick Review

DiveKick Review

Aug 20, 2013

Street Fighter 2 was released on February 6th 1991 in arcades and took over the world. It made fighting games a bit more accessible to the masses, but that changed as the years went on. Soon the genre changed and became a niche market. Each game became more technical than their previous iterations, adding more systems and attempts to move into the 3rd...