Posts Tagged ‘Video Games’
Posted by DaRipp3r on March 7, 2014 under Euro, Mac, News, PC
Linux gamers can now delve into the post-apocalyptic world of Journey of a Roach. The point-and-click adventure created by the Swiss development team of Koboldgames and Daedalic Entertainment is now available for the Linux OS on Steam. This comic-adventure takes players to an end-time spiced up with black humor: Jim the Roach and his sidekick Bud are making their way through a nuclear bomb shel... more.
Posted by STGuy1040 on February 26, 2014 under Featured Review 1, Portables, Reviews
Makoto Naegi is an average high school student with no exceptional skills or talents. To his surprise, he was chosen in a lottery to attend Hope's Peak Academy - a school that is only reserved for top students from every field imaginable. The school is enamored by hundreds of years of tradition, sending the 'cream of the crop' into the work force every year. The students that graduate from Hope... more.
Posted by DaRipp3r on February 24, 2014 under Euro, News, PC
Civilization IV designer Soren Johnson, founder of recently announced Mohawk Games, will be at GDC to lead a talk on how board games can influence video game design. With the recent success of video games inspired by mobile ports of tabletop games, Soren will talk about how game designers can incorporate aspects of tabletop design—deep engagement, player comfort and meaningful choice—when ... more.
Posted by DaRipp3r on February 10, 2014 under PC, Reviews
Dominions 4 takes a unique approach to the 4x strategy genre. It involves bringing forth your Pretender, which is much similar to a god or demigod. You also need to have an enormous army to accompany your false prophet to help spread his word. As you conquer the neighboring provinces and continue to build your army, word will spread throughout the land about your Pretender. By building shrines ... more.
Posted by DaRipp3r on January 24, 2014 under Euro, PC, Reviews
Dungeon of the Endless is a roguelike game that incorporates turn-based combat and traditional puzzle solving. After crash landing at an unknown location, you and your crew members must protect your ship’s generator while exploring an ‘endless’ dungeon. While most roguelike games have you crawling dungeons by yourself, Dungeon of the Endless includes additional survivors that will join yo... more.
Posted by STGuy1040 on January 11, 2014 under Reviews, Xbox One
Microsoft is determined to make games more interactive with their Kinect peripheral. With the introduction of Kinect 2.0, we were promised a 'smarter' Kinect that could detect the user's heartbeat, monitor body temperature and even track the person's movements more efficiently, among other features. In retrospect, we were promised a better Kinect experience overall. Fighter Within by Ubisoft ... more.
Posted by ToonBoy on December 14, 2013 under Reviews, Xbox 360
For those who know me well enough -- and even those who don't -- know just how much I enjoy a good puzzler, especially if it's one that's unlike any other I've ever played before. And this is exactly where Ty Taylor and Mario Castaneda's creative creation, "The Bridge" comes in. Just when I started thinking to myself just how different could this game possibly be, I quickly changed my tune the v... more.
Posted by STGuy1040 on December 13, 2013 under Portables, Reviews
Team 17's adorable worm soldiers have returned to the PS Vita to continue their unique brand of warfare. With an extensive single-player campaign that contains 47 missions and 25 puzzles to complete, Worms Revolution Extreme provides a robust gameplay experience that far exceeds its Playstation 3 predecessor. The game starts with an eight level tutorial that introduces the player to the control... more.
Posted by STGuy1040 on December 3, 2013 under Portables, Reviews
The Fighting Fantasy series has been around since the early 1980's. People old enough to remember this era will most likely remember these books, their authors and how they revolutionized paperback D&D gaming. Australian developer Tin Man Games remembers them quite well, and has revived The Fighting Fantasy series as digital interactive books on both tablets and smartphone devices. The Gameboo... more.
Posted by STGuy1040 on November 25, 2013 under Mac, Reviews
Dirk the Daring can't seem to keep Princess Daphne safe. After saving her from Singe the Dragon, Dirk must now rescue his fair maiden from the evil wizard Mordroc before they marry. Aided by a talking Time Machine, Dirk must travel through well-known fairytales and time periods to defeat the wizard and rescue Daphne once and for all. Dragon's Lair II: Timewarp uses simple play mechanics that re... more.
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