Fantasy

  • Free keys for Gunhound EX, Explodemon, A Wizard's Lizard

    Published at IndieGames.com - 11 readers

    Recent Posts Free keys for Gunhound EX, Explodemon, A Wizard's Lizard -October 3, 2014 2:35 PM Legena: Union Tides Kickstarter, round 2 -October 3, 2014 9:00 AM Pier Solar and the Great Architects now available on everything -October 3, 2014 4:30 AM For Each Our Roads of Winter is stunning, mysterious, and now on Steam Greenlight -October 2, 2014 9:41 PM Freeware Pick: In Magurodon, fish e.

  • Yahoo Fantasy Football added to Xbox One NFL App

    Published at Attack of the Fanboy - 8 readers

    Fantasy Football players who were hoping to utilize the Xbox One NFL app to track their fantasy stats in Yahoo Fantasy Football leagues were a little disappointed when the app lacked the functionality at the start of the season. It looks like Microsoft and Yahoo have gotten any issues with the app fixed, as Yahoo Fantasy functionality is now integrated into the Xbox One NFL app.

  • Pier Solar and the Great Architects now available on everything

    IndieGames.com - - 6 readers - If you were aching to play through an epic, shiny, tactical and very 16-bit RPG on your very own Sega MegaDrive/Genesis, then the excellent Pier Solar is the game for you. If you'd rather play an enhanced, expanded, HD version of the very same game on your PS3, PS4, Ouya, Windows, Mac or Linux PC, well, you are in luck too, as the shiny new version of Pier Solar and the Great ...
  • The Magic Circle Hands-On: Visiting Development Hell

    Rock, Paper, Shotgun - - 6 readers - By Alec Meer on October 7th, 2014 at 3:00 pm. The Magic Circle is the first game from Question, LLC, the new studio from Jordan Thomas, he of Thief 3′s The Cradle, BioShock 2, BioShock: Infinite and many more. It’s a systems-driven first-person exploration adventure about a years-in-development game of uncommon ambition, and it’s about rewriting its rules from the inside whi ...
  • Square Enix Confirms Final Fantasy Explorers Will Not Support Stereoscopic 3D

    My Nintendo News - - 6 readers - Square Enix has revealed that its latest RPG for the Nintendo 3DS – Final Fantasy Explorers – will not support stereoscopic 3D. The news comes from a flurry of rumours surrounding the title’s debut at the Tokyo Game Show last month, which was only playable in 2D mode on the Nintendo handheld. It’s not the first time a 3DS game has not utilised the console’s stereoscopic 3D as Ga ...
  • S.EXE: VA-11 HALL-A

    Rock, Paper, Shotgun - - 6 readers - By Cara Ellison on October 10th, 2014 at 9:00 pm. Some of my favourite people in the world have been bartenders. I mean, I didn’t speak to many of them for more than ten minutes, and I know how it works – I used to tend bar too – you flirt for tips and for kicks. But a bartender has an uncanny way of being able to flip a switch in you.

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  • 10 Tropes About Magical Weapons That We Never Want To See Again

    … Fantasy epics are full of weapons with mystical powers and strange destinies. It makes sense — everybody loves a weapon with some cool attributes. But as fantasy has grown, you see the same ideas over and over. And here are 10 story ideas about mystical weapons that have been done to death. Read more... …

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  • Army of Darkness (Retro Movie) Review

    Army of Darkness (Retro Movie) Review Horror/comedy doesn’t get much better than director Sam Raimi’s capper to the Evil Dead ‘trilogy’. Now that I’m thinking about it, I’m not sure if you could call Army of Darkness a horror movie. Sure there are monsters and terrible situations, as well as some (well, a few) pretty gruesome monuments, but a horror movie? I just don’t know.

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  • The n3rdabl3 Guide to Halloween Gaming

    … and a slow crawl through potentially, one of the most terrifying gaming experiences to date. The xeno stalks you through Sevastopol, only traceable by using a motion tracker and without the ability to outright kill the skittering, slavering monster. The Evil Within Think of Shinji Mikami, you should also ultimately be thinking about Resident Evil…

    1 readers - Paul Graham - n3rdabl3 - Halloween -
  • Neil Thompson on Dragon Age: Inquisition

    … series, Bizarre creations on Blur and James Bond 007: Blood Stone, before moving to Edmonton Canada to join Bioware as Artistic Director. On a rare trip back to the UK, Neil gave a developer session at EGX where he spoke eloquently on the artistic choices he and his team made in the development of Dragon Age: Inquisition. Over and over he stressed…

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  • Lords of the Fallen Review – Lording It Up or Fallen Flat?

    Lords of the Fallen If you enjoy brutal combat, dark fantasy and a challenging bite to your gameplay, you might just like LotF. Welcome, dungeon crawlers, to a new world. A violent, doom-laden world of misery and corruption. A world where the only hope of salvation is a tattoo faced criminal with a chequered history and a physique that would put a professional wrestler to shame.

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  • I Bet Brock Lesnar Could Beat Up Goku

    … vs Dan. Street Fighter's is all talk and some pretty, er, comedic action will the UFC's is all action and no talk. There's also some solid cameos all throughout these images. I spotted Sylvester Stallone, Don Frye, Sagat, and Arnold Schwarzenegger. Fighters don't always fight, though. Sometimes they punch cars they sit down for a friendly meal…

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  • Tabletop Co-Op: Wok Star

    … There are several common themes that we see over and over again in tabletop board gaming. Fictional genres like fantasy and science-fiction are typically very well represented, as are historical games set during times of war. Every once in a while, though, a game comes along with a totally unique theme. The co-op board game we are looking…

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  • Fantasy Life Review: Bigger is Not Always Better

    … To be quite honest, I never originally anticipated spending this much time with Fantasy Life. In fact, getting home on October 24th, I was much more excited to begin playing Bayonetta 2. First, however, I needed to play through and review Fantasy Life, a game which at the time stood in the way of Bayonetta 2. Try as I did, though, I failed…

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  • Kickstarter Pick: Laser Fury is like sci-fi Diablo

    … and an up-close brawler. There's also a branching skill system in the game that allows players to take different paths through the upgrade tree. This could result in some unique configurations and could allow characters to play differently than each other in drastic ways. The game is up Steam Greenlight and is looking for funding via Kickstarter as well. It's planned for Windows, Mac and Linux, though a PS4 version could be in the works through stretch goals. July 2015 is the current estimation for completion. …

    Anthony Swinnich - IndieGames.com - Diablo -
  • Endless Legend Gets Spooky with Mod Tools, New Quest

    … beautifully crafted factions, thrust heroes into tactical battles and strategically exploit the map terrain, develop technological and political power, and conquer the planet through diplomatic or military means. You can purchase the Endless Legend Classic Pack on Steam right now for $34.99. Related: Endless Legend Soundtrack Now on Soundcloud Source: Press Release The post Endless Legend Gets Spooky with Mod Tools, New Quest appeared first on Gaming Cypher. …

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  • PN Review: Castle Conqueror EX

    Trevor Gould On October 29, 2014 http://purenintendo.com Review Overview Some good points, but the reworked AI tends to overshadow them. Series fans with high tolerance levels should still have some fun. The Castle Conqueror games found success on DSiWare, and no doubt CIRCLE hopes the same will be true with this expanded release of the original.

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  • MASSIVE CHALICE: Moderate Impressions

    …, and I don’t have access to the other settings yet. A steady flow of new units is vital, but I haven’t actually found myself hand-wringing because I’ve sent out someone whose DNA makes them a little less accurate, or whose advanced years mean they can’t travel quite so far each turn. Even when I accidentally bred only Hunters for a couple…

    Alec Meer - Rock, Paper, Shotgun - Massive Chalice -

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