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  • Are You Too Sexy? – Understanding Bayonetta & Women and Sexuality in Gaming

    Published at The Gamer Headlines - 9 readers

    Since exactly forever, women in video games have had a certain reputation for being overtly sexualised. With exaggeratedly long legs, impossibly sized breasts, and jiggle physics being prioritised as key features in some games, it’s not hard to see how a lot of gamers have grown exasperated and bored of the copy/paste look a fair amount of women in gaming share.

  • The Flame In The Flood Reaches KickStarter Goal

    Published at The Gamer Headlines

    The Flame in the Flood, a PC survival permadeath game, has reached it’s kickstarter goal. This was created by former Bioshock and Halo developers along with the formation of The Molasses Flood. The kickstarter reached $150,000, the start goal for The Molasses Flood to really get this game going. Of course, with any kickstarter, there are stretch goals.

  • Stories of a Gamer: Bunneh3000′s History Of Gaming

    Gaming Precision - - 2 readers - For those of you who don’t know me, I’m an 80′s child. Born in the year of Star Wars: A New Hope, I was front an center to a ton of iconic geek shows and movies that are still massive franchises today. My older sister, was a huge Star Wars and Lego fan so many of her play sessions were themed as such and the trickle down effect was huge.
  • Former Bioshock Dev’s Kickstarter For Bizarre “The Black Glove” Arrives

    The Gamer Headlines - - 2 readers - Today the Kickstarter campaign for The Black Glove, a project by former Irrational Games developers who worked on both Bioshock and Bioshock Infinite forming their new studio Day For Night Games, has launched and aims to raise $550,000 before November 4th. The game, which was announced back in June, is described as a “metaphysical thriller” in which you are the curator of a 192 ...
  • Ex-BioShock Developers Are Making An Arty Version Of Oregon Trail

    Kotaku - - 1 readers - We've all heard the story many times now: talented game developers leave their corporate jobs to strike out on their own, turning to Kickstarter in the process. So what makes The Flame in the Flood stand out? Something about BioShock's art director making a modern fancified version of The Oregon Trail, if you ask me. But that's only part of it.

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  • The Flame In The Flood Reaches KickStarter Goal

    … The Flame in the Flood, a PC survival permadeath game, has reached it’s kickstarter goal. This was created by former Bioshock and Halo developers along with the formation of The Molasses Flood. The kickstarter reached $150,000, the start goal for The Molasses Flood to really get this game going. Of course, with any kickstarter, there are stretch…

    2 readers - Kurt Wendler - The Gamer Headlines -


  • Stories of a Gamer: Bunneh3000′s History Of Gaming

    …For those of you who don’t know me, I’m an 80′s child. Born in the year of Star Wars: A New Hope, I was front an center to a ton of iconic geek shows and movies that are still massive franchises today. My older sister, was a huge Star Wars and Lego fan so many of her play sessions were themed as such and the trickle down effect was huge…

    2 readers - Gaming Precision -
  • The Sunday Papers

    … Process and Intruder all on the go, but I like hearing the loving descriptions of games gone by. This unique reporting angle added a certain contemplative air. After all the bullets had been fired and all the baddies were on the floor, radioing in the remains gave a real weight to your judicious carnage. I’ll never forget the attention to detail…

    4 readers - Graham Smith - Rock, Paper, Shotgun -
  • Weekend PC download deals: Steam celebrates Capcom

    … While the console world remains enraptured with Destiny, PC gamers are about to get their fill of huge PC gaming sales. Steam is celebrating all things Capcom, including offering deals on some games that are brand new to Steam, like Dead Rising 2 and Resident Evil 5. Bundle Stars steps in as one of the heavier hitters of the week by offering up…

    8 readers - Ozzie Mejia - Shacknews -
  • BioShock Figure Is Hilariously Awful

    …When you look at Booker DeWitt - star of BioShock Infinite - on the cover of the game, you see a rugged man of action who won't take no guff from nobody. When you look at his face on this new action figure, you see something else. I see a man who looks like he was in a band in the 1980s that had a lot of synthesizers in it. Maybe even a keytar. [Toyark] And for comparison:…

    1 readers - Luke Plunkett - Kotaku - BioShock -
  • Apple Unveils iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus & Apple Watch

    … and console gaming purists may dismiss mobile gaming as being strictly casual, but with revenue from mobile gaming hitting $17.5 billion in 2013 and classic titles like Final Fantasy VI and BioShock, as well as recent hits like The Walking Dead, now available to play on iOS devices, it’s hard to ignore the part that smartphones play in the modern gaming…

    1 readers - Hannah Shaw Williams - Game Rant -


  • Marina, Aqua Marina: Unknown Worlds’ Subnautica

    … onboard for something that wants to do so much with an undersea setting. That’s one area in which BioShock was weirdly unambitious. Your best bet of getting a sense of quite what it is Unknown Worlds hope to achieve is to keep an eye on their Trello-based progress tracker here. Granted, it’s primarily bits and bobs rather than out-and-out…

    4 readers - Alec Meer - Rock, Paper, Shotgun - Subnautica -
  • BioShock For iOS Is The Worst Way To Play A Great Game

    …BioShock is a classic first-person shooter. Getting the game on your iPhone and iPad might therefore seem like a steal—even if it's a hefty $14.99 one. But don't be fooled by the high-profile mobile port that came out last week: this is not BioShock as I remember it. BioShock on iOS—or, as I like to call it, BiOShock—feels very much like a port…

    2 readers - Yannick Lejacq - Kotaku - BioShock -

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