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  • Steam Early Access Impressions: Interstellar Marines – The NeuroGen Incident

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    On Friday, Early Access first-person shooter Interstellar Marines received its first major update in quite a while, a single-player / 4-player co-op mission called The NeuroGen Incident. After a weekend spent immersed in Zero Point Software’s atmospheric sci-fi world for half a dozen hours, I’m back on the other side–after many deaths and only a few success–to report my early impressions.

  • Indie Quickie: May’s Mysteries: The Secret of Dragonville

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    It takes a lot longer to fully review a game than it does to get a good sense of what a game is. Even with a full-time staff of writers it would be impossible to fully review the thousands of games that are released every year. Indie Quickie is our way to offer snap impressions of the countless indie titles small teams and one-man game studios are releasing literally every sing ...

  • Review: Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments

    VGBlogger.com - - 3 readers - Designing a game around the world’s greatest detective is not an enviable task. No, I’m not talking about Batman–Rocksteady has cracked that case with the Arkham titles. I’m talking about Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes. Nevermind the BBC’s modern take on the genius detective, Frogwares’ almost annual video game adventure series and traditional take on the deerstalker ...
  • Indie Quickie: Wrack

    VGBlogger.com - - 2 readers - It takes a lot longer to fully review a game than it does to get a good sense of what a game is. Even with a full-time staff of writers it would be impossible to fully review the thousands of games that are released every year. Indie Quickie is our way to offer snap impressions of the countless indie titles small teams and one-man game studios are releasing literally every singl ...
  • Indie Quickie: TinyKeep

    VGBlogger.com - - 1 readers - It takes a lot longer to fully review a game than it does to get a good sense of what a game is. Even with a full-time staff of writers it would be impossible to fully review the thousands of games that are released every year. Indie Quickie is our way to offer snap impressions of the countless indie titles small teams and one-man game studios are releasing literally every singl ...
  • Fight the Dragon Steam Early Access Impressions

    VGBlogger.com - - 6 readers - When I first saw Fight the Dragon described as “Diablo meets LittleBigPlanet” on the game’s Steam page I thought that sounds too good to be true. But after spending a good chunk of time playing the in-progress Early Access build, I can agree wholeheartedly that this game really is Diablo mixed with LittleBigPlanet.

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  • Indie Quickie: May’s Mysteries: The Secret of Dragonville

    … a bit harder on the eyes. Why should you play it? Puzzles. This game has lots and lots of puzzles. Hidden object and hidden picture puzzles. Sliding tile puzzles. Mouse clicking rhythm mini-games. And, of course, brain twisting riddles. May’s Mysteries is a game that puts your problem solving logic through the ringer to, for example, arrange…

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  • Indie Quickie: Wrack

    … is out now in full on Steam from developer Final Boss Entertainment. It sells for $14.99 with a 10% discount until October 7th. How much did we play? Right around two hours, which was long enough to finish four of nine campaign missions on medium difficulty and briefly get a taste of score and time attack modes as well as a couple user mods. Any…

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  • Indie Quickie: TinyKeep

    …It takes a lot longer to fully review a game than it does to get a good sense of what a game is. Even with a full-time staff of writers it would be impossible to fully review the thousands of games that are released every year. Indie Quickie is our way to offer snap impressions of the countless indie titles small teams and one-man game studios…

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  • Fight the Dragon Steam Early Access Impressions

    …When I first saw Fight the Dragon described as “Diablo meets LittleBigPlanet” on the game’s Steam page I thought that sounds too good to be true. But after spending a good chunk of time playing the in-progress Early Access build, I can agree wholeheartedly that this game really is Diablo mixed with LittleBigPlanet. It has the traditional action-RPG…

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  • Review: The Walking Dead: Season Two

    … decisions, but also free to starve and die. But as it would be sort of dull to play a game where you live in a compound and nothing happens, the status quo does not last. The later episodes focus on the tension in the group between Jane, a capable loner new to this season, and Kenny, a returning survivor from the first season who has lost his family…

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  • Indie Quickie: Concursion

    …It takes a lot longer to fully review a game than it does to get a good sense of what a game is. Even with a full-time staff of writers it would be impossible to fully review the thousands of games that are released every year. Indie Quickie is our way to offer snap impressions of the countless indie titles small teams and one-man game studios…

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  • Review: Diablo III: Reaper of Souls – Ultimate Evil Edition

    By now I’m guessing regular readers of this site would think I’m tired playing Diablo 3, having already reviewed the original PC release and its Reaper of Souls expansion. But I’m not. When I first played it on PC two years ago, I found the game to be a wonderful experience. Roll back to earlier this year when Reaper of Souls came out for PC alongside a huge patch overhauling ...

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  • Discussion Review: Sacred 3

    … “so bad it’s good” couch co-op video games is a pretty close second. Cheesy dialog and competent gameplay are two ingredients that allow for an impromptu MS3TK revival while playing Keen Games’ Sacred 3. Sacred 3 is an arcade brawler. The game begins with a choice of four different class types that fit the stereotypical fantasy role-playing game…

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