Day: Feb 3, 2011

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All Art Is Created Equal

February is known for quite a few things. Among its traits is being the shortest month of the year. In February, you’ll also find Groundhog Day, Valentine’s Day, and Canada’s Flag Day. Another particular is the celebration of black history in North America. I feel it’s only fitting that we pay homage to some of…

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Crawling Into Dungeons

While the title may be refreshingly to the point, Realmforge’s upcoming PC-exclusive Dungeons is anything but your average dungeon crawler.  The game casts the player as a jilted Dungeon Lord seeking revenge on an ex-girlfriend and the other Dungeon Lords that have done him wrong, and sucking the soul energy out of happy heroes is…

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Downright Fierce

Seth Killian is a legend in the world of fighting games, and deservedly so. While his PhD in philosophy and fluent German skills are remarkable it’s his rise to power in the Street Fighter community that’s won him fame.

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Compressed Conflict

Before Halo and Call of Duty, before Half-Life and Goldeneye there was Doom, Quake, and Wolfenstein 3D. id Software made a name for themselves by defining an entirely new genre of game, the first-person shooter. Taking elements from classic vector-based combat games like Battlezone and injecting it with some incredibly advanced (for the time) technical…

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When Death Becomes A Joke!

If there is one thing in life that is no joke, it’s death. It’s so finite. There is no coming back from that, unless of course you’re a comic book character.  Then you have just as much of a chance to return from the dead as you do waking up in the morning.  I can…

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The Essential Indie Game Guide

Independent games have quickly become a pivotal part of the gaming industry; however, finding the very best indie games out there can be tricky.  Because of this, I’ve compiled a list of some of the very best indie games, both small and big, worth checking out. This list is by no means complete, of course,…