Lyndon challenges fate and marches to conquer the citadel of Blackguards 2, will it stand strong against his criticisms or will it fall beneath the weight of his ire?
This time around, Minion gets his hands on an early copy of Beatbuddy, a music-based puzzle adventure game with super pretty visuals and sweet electroswing tunes. Naturally, he then proceeds to brag about how he got to play it before you, and then gushes about his time with it.
From the endless void of infinite developer flip-flopping, Firefall bursts forth into the world in the form of a shinny Open Beta. With new features and new content, it seems Firefall has finally figured out what it wants to be, and now you too can explore it's lush post-apocalyptic wilderness.
Roguelikes have always been a thing of niche appeal, as their difficulty and unforgiving nature had a way of making people run away in terror. Rogue Legacy aims to capture some of the best aspects of the roguelike recipe, such as the difficulty and random nature of the game, and combine them with enough humor and fun platforming to give rise to the age of the roguelite!
You had one job Magrunner, one job! And you couldn't even get magnets right! Well, technically they're not actually magnets, they're some sort of proprietary MagTech. Some context should help clear things up. Magrunner: Dark Pulse is a first person
With a character as unpredictable, crazy and utterly random as Deadpool in their pocket, it was only a matter of time before Marvel decided to make a whole game around him. Or before Deadpool kidnapped the High Moon Studios devs and forced them to make a game for him. Either way, that game is now out and ready for some crazy action.
It's been ages since we've seen a good space sim, and even though Star Citizen is shaping up to be quite the monster of a game, it'll be ages still before it sees the light of day. That's not stopping them from teasing us with fancy new ships designs in the form of tasty preorder bonuses though.
With the launch of the next Duel of the Planeswalkers a mere week away, WotC have been kind enough to put out a couple of videos to show off some of the new features. Between Slivers, Sealed and a new emphasis on story, is there enough to this installment to draw people in?
What is it about Microsoft and ruining things that should otherwise be rather good? Well anyway, here we have an example of a rare Windows 8 exclusive that somehow managed to escape captivity is now finally making its way back to civilization and the limelight it actually deserves.
This year's E3 has seem some interesting new games pop up, as well as many a new installment in fan-favorite franchises. The latest game in the Killzone series, Shadow Fall, is looking to take things in a new direction on an old world, with the help of fancy new graphical capabilities and a color palette wider than just shades of brown.
There's something soothing about smashing a celestial body into your neighbor's house just because he gave you a weird look when you bought that giant murder-mech last week. That's pretty much what Planetary Annihilation is about really; throwing an array of increasingly deadly weapons at your enemies / neighbors until they're no longer there. And conveniently, it just went into Alpha.
As the internet still collectively struggles to recover from witnessing the brutal butchering that Sony inflicted on Microsoft at E3, there's awesome things going on in Telara that threaten to go unnoticed. Between the slew of new content courtesy of the Empyreal Assault update and the transition to an incredible unrestricted free to play model, there's never been a better time to hit up Telara.
With the qualifiers for the biggest tournament in eSports finally over, we now know the full complement of teams that will be competing for the world title in Seattle this year. The qualifiers gave us a glimpse of just how well some of these teams can play, and with the big boys yet to step up to the plate, it's already looking to be one hell of an event.