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  • Europa Universalis III: Heir to the Throne Demo Released

    Posted by on December 10, 2009 under News
    If you are wondering if Europa Universalis III: Heir to the Throne is your type of game or not, don't worry, Paradox Interactive has your back on this one.  Coming on December 15th to major digital distribution networks, but for fans that are wanting a shot at the expansion before plunking down their cash, there is a free demo available now. Europa Universalis III: Heir to the Throne is the th... more.
  • Frogger Returns Released on PSN

    Posted by on December 10, 2009 under PS3
    Konami has just released their remade version of Frogger on the Playstation Network.  This title has already been released on WiiWare as covered here.  Frogger Returns is not the usual re-release most companies are doing today, this is a full on graphical and sound update for newer systems while retaining the original gameplay that made it a classic in the first place.  FR features local multip... more.
  • Dawn of Heroes Announced

    Posted by on December 10, 2009 under Portables
    Are you ready to restore the Kingdom of Brimthule to it's former glory?  The land is sectioned off into smaller baronies due to the great hero known as King Leroy sacrificing himself to end the tyrany of Ragnakore.  You must bring Brimthule back to it's former glory by pulling together a new Dawn of Heroes. Dawn of Heroes features over 50 missions with branching storylines and a myriad of side ... more.
  • Jonathan Boakes, Creator of Dark Fall Interview

    Posted by on December 9, 2009 under News, PC
    Here at Pixel Perfect Gaming, we are big horror game fans, big adventure gamers in general and when we got a chance to corner Jonathan Boakes, we jumped (sorry for the bad pun).  Mr. Boakes has not only created the Dark Fall series of games but also The Lost Crown series also for PC. PPG:  What is your inspiration for the Dark Fall series? Jonathan Boakes (JB): Missing persons, ghosts and ... more.
  • East India Company: Battle of Trafalgar Released

    Posted by on December 8, 2009 under PC
    East India Company: Battle of Trafalgar, an expansion to East India Company set in late 1805 during the Napoleonic wars giving gamers a chance to recreate the naval battles between British Royal Navy and the combined naval power of the French and Spanish military.  Battle of Trafalgar allows players to take control of any of the three combatting navies in their quest for bringing victory to their... more.
  • Lead and Gold: Gangs of the Wild West Announced by Paradox Interactive

    Posted by on December 8, 2009 under News, PC, PS3, Xbox 360
    Paradox Interactive, publishers of many PC titles such as the Elven Legacy series and For the Glory are expanding onto consoles with  Lead and Gold: Gangs of the Wild West coming in 2010.  Lead and Gold is a team based 3rd person shooter that drops players into the Wild West to relive the excitement, danger and mystery of the wild frontier with other players. Fatshark, the developer of Lead a... more.
  • Agatha Christie – Dead Man’s Folly by I-Play (Review)

    Posted by on December 8, 2009 under News
    Dead Man's Folly, published by I-Play Games, a hidden object game based on the novel written by the famed mystery author, Agatha Christie. DMF melds the great storytelling of Agatha Christie with newer technology to create an unique game that is quickly becoming flooded with "me too" software (this happens with any genre that becomes popular). The setting of Dead Man's Folly is the Nesse House... more.
  • Matt Chat #40 Featuring Sword of Fargoal (and it’s creator Jeff McCord)

    Posted by on December 7, 2009 under News, PC
    Matt Barton, co-author of Vintage Games (reviewed here) does a series of Youtube videos called "Matt Chat" where he covers games of interest from all years (from World of Warcraft all the way back to the focus of Matt Chat #40, and the reason I decided to do this write up, Sword of Fargoal). Some background information about Sword of Fargoal, this is not Final Fantasy 12 or anything of the sort... more.
  • Fishdom Frosty Splash (Review)

    Posted by on December 6, 2009 under PC
    Fishdom Frosty Splash by Playrix is just as much fun to play as Harvest Splash.  With a new winter background and winter decorations, it adds a bit more cheer to the Holidays.  Frosty Splash plays by matching 3 of the same icons together.  For this edition; presents, snowmen, and bells were added to the mix of sea creature shaped icons.  If you match 5 or more of the same icons, you get a “b... more.
  • The Indie Games Xmas Calendar 2009 (pretty cool, check it out)

    Posted by on December 6, 2009 under PC
    This is an interesting idea they have over at Indiexmas.com, every day from now (well a few days ago, found this one a little late) to Christmas, a new "door" will be opened.  What is so unique about this?  Kind of like those boxes with those paper flaps that you open each day and get a candy, this digital version features games, videos and other interesting items for visitors. So far, as of ... more.
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