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  • Far Cry 4: Elephant Trailer, As Viewed By An Elephant

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    By Timothy Walker on September 16th, 2014 at 4:00 pm. In a much anticipated sequel to my kitten’s world exclusive review of Shelter, comes my toy elephant Timothy commentating on the latest Far Cry 4 trailer. Ladies and gentleman, Timothy. I dunno what a vid e o game is but I like elephants! Elephants are best! They have got big ears and a trunk and red socks ...

  • Boson X Gets On Y (Where Y = Steam)

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    By Graham Smith on September 15th, 2014 at 6:00 pm. The grubby secret of science is that most of it performed by pipetting liquid from one petri dish to another. That’s why so many trained biologists become videogame writers instead; games are more fun. Boson X knows this.

  • Brigador Is Syndicate Crossed With Walker, And Very Cool

    Rock, Paper, Shotgun - - 3 readers - By Graham Smith on September 15th, 2014 at 7:00 pm. Brigador is cool. I’ve had a build for the isometric mech combat game for a week now, and I’ve spent that time playing it and considering it and this is the core of my thinking. Its hyper-detailed pixel art nightscapes are cool. Its electronic music by Manifold & Vanity Set is cool.
  • Pleasantly surprising video games: Memoria

    1001-Up - - 3 readers - We all have examples of video games we’ve seen sitting on shop shelves or on Steam that haven’t really grabbed our attention enough to spend our hard-earned cash on. But what about those times when we’ve eventually been convinced into buying one and have been surprised by how good it was? Our next series is about exactly that situation: pleasantly surprising video games.
  • Iron Fisticle Drops

    Rock, Paper, Shotgun - - 1 readers - By John Walker on September 17th, 2014 at 10:00 am. Iron Fisticle – just out on Steam – is simultaneously the best and worst game name I’ve seen in a long while. It makes me wince and grin at the same time. The game itself describes itself as somewhere between Gauntlet and Robotron, which sounds like a very arcadey place to be. It looks like it too, as you can see in the launch trailer, below.

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  • Iron Fisticle Drops

    … it too, as you can see in the launch trailer, below. With an emphasis on frantic action, it looks like a museum of 80s arcade games came to life and had a gamejam. A twin-stick shooter, the graphics seem to be aiming for the Amiga era, something very Bitmap Brothers about them. The dungeons are randomly generated, and there’s much upgrading and item…

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  • Far Cry 4: Elephant Trailer, As Viewed By An Elephant

    …By Timothy Walker on September 16th, 2014 at 4:00 pm. In a much anticipated sequel to my kitten’s world exclusive review of Shelter, comes my toy elephant Timothy commentating on the latest Far Cry 4 trailer. Ladies and gentleman, Timothy. I dunno what a vid e o game is but I like elephants! Elephants are best! They have got big ears and a trunk…

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  • SteamWorld Heist: A Turn-Based Space Robot Roguelite

    … version. So it’s with a keen ear that I hear news of their next game: SteamWorld Heist. However, despite the shared title, this is a whole other game – a space-themed, turn-based, survival game, scavenging a dead world with a team of rusty robots. Many more details, and a brief teaser trailer below. The teaser immediately reveals that the game visually…

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  • 1001 Future: The Waste Land

    …: PC Source: We received a review copy of the game, but it’s available to buy from Steam Trailer: YouTube Prequel: None Sequel: None Other 1001 title: None 1001-Up: Strong controls 1001-Down: Bad game design, drab environments and predictable plot Rating-Up: MAN-UP (16 out of 60) REVIEW-UP: If you’ve ever read other reviews I’ve written for 1001…

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  • Boson X Gets On Y (Where Y = Steam)

    … perform those experiments by running and jumping around the inside of a particle collider. Ben liked and linked the (still available) free version last August, and now it’s getting a more robust Steam release tomorrow. Details and a trailer are waiting for you below, in the testing chamber. Steam contains a few of these ‘runner’ games now, though…

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  • Pleasantly surprising video games: Cinders

    …We all have examples of video games we’ve seen sitting on shop shelves or on Steam that haven’t really grabbed our attention enough to spend our hard-earned cash on. But what about those times when we’ve eventually been convinced into buying one and have been surprised by how good it was? Our next series is about exactly that situation: pleasantly…

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  • FIFA 15 TV Advert Puts You on the Pitch

    …This month will see another yearly installment of popular football series FIFA hit the market, once again building onto what was brought the year before. To get you hyped for the launch of FIFA 15, EA Sports have released a new TV Advert that will have the hair on your neck standing up. Cover star and football maestro Lionel Messi also features…

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  • New GTA 5 trailer for the next-gen release

    …New GTA 5 trailer for the next-gen release 12 September 2014 A new GTA 5 trailer hits the web today, courtesy of Rockstar, to keep high the hype for the upcoming next-gen release! The trailer is called A Picket Fence and a Dog Named Skip, and you can watch it below: Grand Theft Auto V will arrive on Ps4 and XboxOne on November 18, with the PC version to follow January 27, 2015.…

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  • GTA 5 – “A Picket Fence and a Dog Named Skip” Trailer

    …Tweet Pin It Following the recent announcement of the launch dates for Grand Theft Auto 5 on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, Rockstar have released a brand new trailer to coincide, titled “A Picket Fence and a Dog Named Skip”. The game will hit current-gen consoles later this year and PC in early 2015, bringing with it plenty of new features…

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