• Kickstarter Focus: Radio the Universe

    Radio the Universe is a unique project that reminds me of Limbo, Home, and Sword & Sworcery, since it relies very heavily on its visual...

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    Radio the Universe is a unique project that reminds me of Limbo, Home, and Sword & Sworcery, since it relies very heavily on its visual theme while telling its story and delivering high-quality gameplay. Made mainly by one person, this game has just the right dose of retro to get away with pixel art and...
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  • 4 Things We Can Expect From LucasArts

    The October 30th Disney acquisition of LucasFilm certainly led to speculation about the seventh Star Wars movie and its other major movie franchises, but it...

    The October 30th Disney acquisition of LucasFilm certainly led to speculation about the seventh Star Wars movie and its other major movie franchises, but it also has significant impact in the video game world. Here are five things we can expect from the video game division of LucasFilm, LucasArts, after its Disney acquisition. 4 Hordes...
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  • A Look Back on 2012

    2012 was the first year that I entered into both game journalism and game development, and it’s allowed me to see plenty of things in...

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    2012 was the first year that I entered into both game journalism and game development, and it’s allowed me to see plenty of things in a new perspective. As a journalist, part of the job is finding issues with games and reporting on them—but as a developer, a lot of these issues are obvious mistakes...
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  • 3 Things Other Publishers Can Learn From the Wii U

    Both Nintendo and Sony had pitiful launches for their handhelds—at least compared to the last generation of gaming. While they both pulled out all the...

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    Both Nintendo and Sony had pitiful launches for their handhelds—at least compared to the last generation of gaming. While they both pulled out all the stops, filling their launch window with games and attempting to price it correctly, gamers just weren’t pouncing for their products. These handhelds are both strong pieces of machinery, and I...
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  • Kickstarter Focus: Spatial Flux

    Playing like a space-age Oregon Trail, Spatial Flux aims to deliver a text-based adventure with high-quality backgrounds and pixel-based sprites for a retro feel in...

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    Playing like a space-age Oregon Trail, Spatial Flux aims to deliver a text-based adventure with high-quality backgrounds and pixel-based sprites for a retro feel in a modern game. The game will be released on Mac, Linux, PC, and several mobile platforms. The project is a collaboration between several different studios, although the project is being...
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  • Why EA Needs to Get its Priorities Straight

    Electronic Arts has already made it clear that they are not interested in publishing new IPs for the remainder of this generation, but the logic...

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    Electronic Arts has already made it clear that they are not interested in publishing new IPs for the remainder of this generation, but the logic behind that thought has finally been made clear. EA CEO John Riccitielo  stated on the firm’s last mailing call that new IPs are not a priority for the company, and...
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  • Kickstarter Focus: FIST OF AWESOME

    From a developer of Codemasters, Hard Lines, and Carmageddon comes a brand new game on the indie scene: FIST OF AWESOME (it’s even pronounced in...

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    From a developer of Codemasters, Hard Lines, and Carmageddon comes a brand new game on the indie scene: FIST OF AWESOME (it’s even pronounced in all-caps). Originally made as a testament of his love and strong bond to the developer’s girlfriend, the game is packed with a huge amount of retro action and bear-punching. After...
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  • 5 Arcade Games that Need Modern Sequels

    The golden age of cabinet arcade games has long since passed, but the popularity of iPhone apps and flash games might be able to bring...

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    The golden age of cabinet arcade games has long since passed, but the popularity of iPhone apps and flash games might be able to bring them back again. No matter what generation of gaming you’re from, you probably grew up with an arcade nearby and can recognize one of these games. While they might not...
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  • Weekly News Roundup – DEC 22 2012

    Finally, the holiday season is really kicking into gear! If you’re lucky enough to snag a vacation, there’s plenty of games to play or to...

    Finally, the holiday season is really kicking into gear! If you’re lucky enough to snag a vacation, there’s plenty of games to play or to buy as gifts for a lucky someone. The Steam Winter Sale and Humble Indie Bundle should help those of you with a low wallet find something affordable AND fun for...
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  • Kickstarter Focus: Planetary Annihilation

    Pitching itself as a ‘next-generation RTS game,’ Planetary Annihilation is being developed by huge names in the RTS genre. Developers from Total Annihilation, The Elder...

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    Pitching itself as a ‘next-generation RTS game,’ Planetary Annihilation is being developed by huge names in the RTS genre. Developers from Total Annihilation, The Elder Scrolls: Morrowind, Battlespire, and many other games have joined together to create a new game similar to Total Annihilation, but on the scale of a whole Solar System. Managing resources...
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