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Heroes Qu… er… Quest For Glory Now Available On GOG!

The time has come. The hero of legend has ventured through the medieval lands of Spielburg, the dry and dusty wastes of Shapeir, the wild jungles of Tarna, and the spooky and cleverly narrated Moravia. He also did whatever the … Continue reading

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Tropico 4 Free To Play This Weekend On Steam!

Hey you! Cheapskate! Were you one of those MONSTERS that failed to get on board with the best current city-building game in the market today? Did you miss out on Tropico 4? Well, good news! Even your broke ass can … Continue reading

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The Kickstarter Chronicles: Larry Laffer Raises $500,000!

  They said it couldn’t be done, but as usual, they were wrong. Al Lowe’s Kickstarter project to remake Leisure Suit Larry In The Land Of The Lounge Lizards has officially met, and exceeded, its goal of $500,000 with six … Continue reading

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Review: The Walking Dead Episode 1

Telltale Rises From The Grave Word on the e-street is that most folks read stingers for articles, but rarely click through to read the whole things. Some websites try to combat this by teasing readers, trying to entice them into … Continue reading

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The Kickstarter Chronicles: Leisure Suit Larry Rides Again

With Double Fine’s precedent-setting mega success crowd-funding their new adventure game through Kickstarter, it was inevitable that other developers would jump on the bandwagon to fund projects that just wouldn’t exist under the “normal” publishing system. While some folks are … Continue reading

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On The Horizon: Tiny Troopers

Hey, remember all those mean things I said about Cannon Fodder 3? Did that make you sad? Angry? Dissapointed that Cannon Fodder may never get a worthwhile modern followup? As it turns out, it just might. Finnish developer Kukouri Mobile … Continue reading

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Cannon Fodder 3: Review

Cannon Fodder 3: War Used To Be Way More Fun Newsflash: An obscure Russian studio has made a sequel to an 18 year old niche semi-real time strategy game, which is exclusively available through one online retailer, all while receiving … Continue reading

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Hey… you might want to check this out. (People really DO love Double Fine)

Double Fine Asks Fans For $400,000, Gets Over $1 Million In Less Than Two Days. We love Double Fine… and apparently so does everyone else. The developer, headed by Übermensch Tim Schafer, recently announced a new point-and-click adventure game. But wait, … Continue reading

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Free To Play: Dig-N-Rig

Mine The Moon. Anyone who listened to our Game Of The Year podcast knows that I am a sucker for mining games. After all, I gave Minecraft our PC Game Of The Year award, despite the fact that it first … Continue reading

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Quick Impressions: King Arthur II: The Role-Playing Wargame

A Glimpse At The Soon-To-Be Future King. Those fine folks at NEOCORE Games, along with publisher Paradox Interactive, have been working hard to push out the next full installment in the surprisingly good King Arthur Role Playing Wargame franchise. If you recall, … Continue reading

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