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Digital Extremes’ Warframe Gets The Silver Grove Update

Warframe Gets Octavia’s Anthem Update

by Authoron April 18, 2017
It’s time to dance this mess around! Independent developer and publisher Digital Extremes, creators of the free-to-play cooperative online action game Warframe, bring the first record-breaking PC update of 2017, Octavia’s Anthem, to PlayStation4 and Xbox One today. Marching to the beat of its own drum, Octavia’s Anthem treads a musical theme with Octavia, a […]

Review: Regalia: Of Men & Monarchs

by Authoron April 17, 2017
Regalia: Of Men and Monarchs is Polish studio Pixelated Milk’s homage to classic Japanese RPGs. Judging by its massive success on Kickstarter, there’s definitely a demand for that. But will Regalia have anything to offer to players outside their target audience? Judging by the beta, the answer is a resounding yes. The game makes no […]

Goliath Gets Summertime of Gnarkness Update

Goliath To Hit Xbox One, PlayStation 4

by Authoron April 7, 2017
BadLand Games has partnered with Siberian developer Alawar Premium and Octopus Tree to bring award-winning sandbox action-adventure game GOLIATH to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. After stumbling through a mysterious rift, you find yourself in a bizarre new world consisting of jumbled fragments from dead civilizations and technological marvels of the far future. Factions battle each […]

Early Access Review: Bad Pad

by Authoron March 25, 2017
Before I dip my toes into an unknown world, I like to have a general idea of what I’m up against. As I skimmed through the brief synopsis of Bad Pad on Steam, the words “a little frustrating at times” caught my attention. Now, I have experienced a lot of challenging video games throughout the […]

Interview: Shine Wrestling & TNA Star SoCal Val

Interview: Shine Wrestling & TNA Star SoCal Val

by Authoron May 31, 2016
Debuting as a manager in 2002 with Golden State Championship Wrestling, and continuing to hone her craft with various independent companies over the following few years, SoCal Val is probably best known as a TNA producer, announcer and occasional performer. She officially joined the company in 2006 after several appearances the previous year,  gained a […]

Preview: Gun Glory Anarchy Brings Originality To FPS

Preview: Gun Glory: Anarchy Brings Originality To FPS

by Authoron May 28, 2016
First or Third Person Shooters tend to be dominated by the same old games, with the Battlefield, Halo and Call of Duty (that dead horse that’s still being flogged) series’ normally being some of the first games that spring to mind when someone brings up the topic of shooters, although more could be said of […]

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Review: Yeti Culture’s ‘Brrrainz’

by Authoron April 18, 2016
Most zombie games tend to follow a similar premise: some form of apocalypse occurs, be it some kind of infection, or an unforeseen reaction to some form of cure, a la I Am Legend, and the undead start roaming the Earth. You take control of a survivor and do your best to navigate through the game […]

Stardust Galaxy Warriors Released On Steam

Interview: Stardust Galaxy Warriors’ Dreamloop Games

by Authoron April 4, 2016
Stardust Galaxy Warriors is a new atmospheric bullethell/shoot-’em-up for PC from developers Dreamloop Games, and has officially been released on Steam, with early reviews of the game showing a positive response from gamers, with many praising its “incredible soundtrack” and “fantastic visuals.” The game was designed to bring players back in touch with the shoot-’em-ups (SHMUPs) of old, while […]

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Pre-Alpha (PC) Review: Wartile

by Authoron March 28, 2016
It’s not often that you come across a game that puts together almost everything you’d want in a game, and do it pretty seamlessly; a beautiful world, great gameplay, a solid game idea and some intriguing battles. As rare as these games are, when they do come about, it’s easy to become glued to them. […]

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Stardust Galaxy Warriors Released On Steam

by Authoron March 24, 2016
Stardust Galaxy Warriors, a new atmospheric bullethell/shoot-’em-up for PC from developers Dreamloop Games, has officially been released on Steam, with early reviews of the game showing a positive response from gamers, with many praising its “incredible soundtrack” and “fantastic visuals.” You can watch a trailer for the game below. Stardust Galaxy Warriors features 3 game modes, each […]

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Interview: WARTILE Developer Playwood Project

by Authoron March 17, 2016
Wartile is a medieval fantasy themed strategy game that invites the player to select a band of miniature figurines and embark on a campaign or a multiplayer match, set on gorgeous diorama Battle Boards. Figurines, their special abilities and your hand of godly and tactical cards are the tools to rule the board. The game captures the tabletop […]

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Interview: Innogames’ Fabio Lo-Zito

by Authoron February 29, 2016
Over the past eight years, InnoGames has been developing browser-based Real Time Strategy (RTS) games, and to say that they’ve been met with acclaim would be a bit of an understatement. Since its formation, InnoGames – which launched in 2007 – has managed to rack up an impressive 150 million subscribers across all of their […]