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Aug 20, 2014
Today, data-mined assets from the beta of the forthcoming World of Warcraft expansion, Warlords of Draenor, have revealed the in-game character model that’s going to channel its inner Robin Williams
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Shirogane no Ishi Argevollen is part of the mecha genre, but instead of robots zipping here and there, it’s a bit more grounded and realistic in presentation.
Posted by Curtis Stone in Anime, Anime Reviews, Featured, Reviews | 0 comments
Tokyo Ghoul is the most anticipated horror-action anime of the season, but does it start out worthwhile, or a failed scare attempt?
There can never be too many roguelikes and we can never stop checking them out on In The Lab, so come see Vertical Drop Heroes HD.
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Aug 18, 2014
Microsoft’s presentation at GamesCom seemed to do exactly what it needed to do: show off the good news for Xbox One owners and entice those on the fence.
Posted by Geekenstein Contributor in Conventions, Featured, GamesCom, Video Games | 0 comments
Zoe Quinn stands with fellow feminists in the raging fight against sexism in the video game industry. However, recent accusations could peg her as a hypocrite.
Posted by David Rhinehart in Editorials, Featured, Video Games | 57 comments
Quest for Infamy tries its hardest to me a funny version of Quest for Glory and fails spectacularly
Posted by Kate Reilly in Featured, Reviews, Video Game Reviews, Video Games | 0 comments
On In The Lab we check out the purchasable Portal 2 mod Aperture Tag and a surprised by its depth.
The Xbox One’s best days are just over the horizon, with the upcoming release of two Halo games: Halo 5 and Halo: The Master Chief Collection.
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Aug 16, 2014
If you miss dank and cavernous dens lit only by CRT monitors and enhanced by the smell of greasy food, then Obludia is definitely a game to watch out for.
Posted by Alex Santa Maria in Featured, Reviews, Video Game Reviews, Video Games | 0 comments
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