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  • 03/28/17--18:02: Peace, Death! Review
  • Has this ever happened to you? You’re sitting at home, having a nice evening on the couch with your pet and your TV, and BAM. You’re hungry. So you go to the fridge to satiate your rumbling tummy but, alas – no food. So you pick up the phone and make some calls about securing dinner, but wouldn’t you know it, you need money to pay it! Since you have no money, you need a job, right? And thus begins your adventure in climbing the corporate ladder to trade for sustenance. So begins this oddly light-hearted game of a not-so-average 9 to 5 – Peace, Death. Created by Russian indie developers AZAMATIKA, this newly released gem can be found on Steam with a release price…

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    Zeboyd Games long awaited Kickstarter project for the new sci-fi JRPG Cosmic Star Heroine, finally has a release date! Launched on October 1st, 2013, Cosmic Star Heroine’s campaign immediately grabbed the attention of fans of sci fi and SNES era RPGs like Chrono Trigger. The game was originally supposed to have a launch of 2014 but unfortunately long development cycles and financial hurdles kept Cosmic Star Heroine in a holding pattern of delayed releases for many years. Delayed releases are something that Kickstarter backers have grown accustom to over the years. Often times, delayed release dates can result in a better quality game overall since the developers have more time to add polish and additional features into the game. Based on the development updates from Zeybod…

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    You know what I miss about the ‘80s? The big hair. The catchy pop music. The fashions. The over the top movies and video games. The colors, the fonts, the technologies slowly coming to fruition. The ‘80s aesthetic, in general, is something that I…dare I say, yearn for? And yet I know we’ll never return to those glory years, a period in time only to be remembered by misguided pop culture attempts that don’t do these radical years justice.. But when I played Kite, I was transported back to that time. Once that music booted up and those graphics flickered on my screen, I was immediately a kid again, sitting on my dad’s old computer, typing in DOS prompts to get into the game. Kite…

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    You can tell a game is amazing when you have a hard time putting it down, continually making excuses for “just one more round,” or sitting down to play a match or two and suddenly it’s midnight. Dead Cells is the first game in a long time that had me staying up well past my bedtime constantly looking at the clock attempting to justify those extra 30 minutes of playtime instead of going to sleep. Dead Cells is a 2D side-scrolling action game developed by French developer Motion Twin. Marketing itself as a “Roguevania,” it combines exploration and platforming from the Metroidvania genre with Rogue-like elements such as permadeath and procedural generation. There isn’t much in the way of story. You play as a headless…

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  • 08/16/17--17:22: Kingdom: New Lands Review
  • Once you get the keys to the kingdom, it can be hard to let them go—and even harder to survive the challenges they will inevitably bring your way. Kingdom: New Lands is an extension of Kingdom, a side-scrolling strategy and survival game that earned a loyal indie following with its unforgiving yet addictive gameplay. New Lands adds a variety of new content to the base game, including new NPCs, mounts and obstacles to help or hinder the Monarch’s campaign. In Kingdom: New Lands, your only goal is survival. Sure, you can build your kingdom, recruit citizens and amass unthinkable sums of gold to improve your fortress—but your true objective is to escape the Greed, evil creatures that threaten your rule (and your life) with nightly…

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    Fight Knight Demo Preview You’re faced with a monster, a puzzle, and a friendly NPC. Which one do you punch? If your answer is “all of the above,” Fight Knight may be the game for you. In Fight Knight, the player dons a pair of knight’s gauntlets and battles in a hectic grid-based, first-person dungeon crawl. Though it’s been in development for less than a year, the game already packs a mighty punch. After playing through the entirety of its current demo, which consists of two zones and two floors in each, I am left with some vivid first impressions and only a few minor concerns. As the eponymous Fight Knight, you wake up to find your ship has docked near an ominous-looking tower that…

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    What’s more difficult than shooting an invisible target? The answer lies in the unique gameplay of Invisigun Heroes, which conceals all heroes—including your own—in a stealthy game of PVP mayhem designed to make you think before you shoot. At first glance, Invisigun Heroes seems difficult to master. Each player-controlled character must navigate a single-screen arena in a battle to out-stealth and outsmart your opponents—all while your characters are cloaked in an invisibility field. The game is tricky at first, but the smooth controls and balanced gameplay make it easy to learn and get comfortable with your abilities as you play. How to play Here’s how it works. Up to four heroes will be spread out in four corners of a map, with their locations revealed,…

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    Maybe you and your companions awoke from your cryptosleep sarcophagi to the sound of sirens, making it out of your ship just in the nick of time. Maybe your tribe was devastated by the great blood machines sent by the gods, and are now without a home. Maybe you’re a rich socialite, bored with your glitterworld lifestyle and yearning for adventure amongst the stars. Either way, you find yourself on an unknown Rimworld, and you’ll have to utilize all your physical and mental fortitude to survive. Rimworld is a space colony management sim along the lines of Dwarf Fortress, only a little more simplistic and a lot easier to pick up and play. Developed by Tynan Sylvester of Ludeon Studios, a Montreal-based game studio of…

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    Created by Easy Trigger Games, HUNTDOWN is a 2D arcade style action game coming to Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, and Steam. The game takes a ton of influences from both 80’s/90’s games and film properties. With retro gaming influences like Contra Hard Corps, Gunstar Heroes, Syndicate, Exo-Squad, & Alien 3 and movie franchises like Robocop, Judge Dredd, Total Recall, & Terminator, Huntdown is dripping in sci-fi grit for you to explore. The game features co-op arcade action where two players gain high tech weaponry to fight against the gangs of a gritty post-apocalyptic city. Huntdown’s release date is currently unknown, but we’ll sure to be keeping an eye on this one and providing updates as we learn more! Check out the Huntdown trailer and a…

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    I’ll be honest: I know nothing about the works of H.P. Lovecraft. I know he built a world of fantasy-horror stories, but that’s as much as I can confidently say. Luckily for newbies like me, Lovecraft’s Untold Stories seem to be just that: untold stories. The main character, a detective by the name of John Murphy, doesn’t return any Lovecraft-related results when you Google him. This leads me to believe this game is merely inspired by the dark and chilling themes of Lovecraft’s stories. Even with my limited knowledge of that world, I can see the beginning of an intriguing rouge-like in Lovecraft’s Untold Stories. It’s very well-written, which is appreciated when a game relies so heavily on text. Don’t get me wrong, there are…

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    Either someone didn’t get the memo about the shortage of red pixels circulating the surreal memeverse, or the Son of Crimson is personally responsible. Much like the meme, red is your primary source of power in Flynn: Son of Crimson. I should clarify that by saying Flynn uses a set of blood-red powers to overcome obstacles and crush his enemies. Based on what I saw from the demo of Son of Crimson, a 2D action platformer still in the early stages of development, those obstacles are also pointed out to the player via their bright red coloration. If you need to climb a wall, smash a boulder, or swing on a knob with your grappling hook, those interactable objects are all highlighted for you. The…

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