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Posted by DaRipp3r on April 19, 2013 under PC, Reviews
One of the most highly-anticipated Greenlight titles has finally made its mark in the early access release section of Steam. Heavily based on the old ASCII game Dwarf Fortress, Gnomoria is a strategy/RPG/simulation-based hybrid game. Just recently Greenlit, Gnomoria is joining the massive library of games available on the Steam Network. A one-of-a-kind survival simulation, Gnomoria is a sensati... more.
Posted by STGuy1040 on April 5, 2013 under Portables, Reviews
Castlevania-Lords of Shadow - Mirror of Fate follows the tribulations of Simon, Alucard and Trevor Belmont. As a game that was suppose to reboot the series, Mirror of Fate more or less mimics its classic brethren while still maintaining the modern mechanics of Lords of Shadow. In the process, it somehow manages to pull off a competent game that explains the history of the Belmont family. From t... more.
Posted by DaRipp3r on April 1, 2013 under PC, Reviews
Drox Operative is a fast-paced action RPG that is based in outer space. It’s an in-depth space simulation with massive environments to inhabit and galaxies to explore. Before you can plunder the galaxy for minerals and riches, you must decide what race your character will be. There are ten different races; each race has its own strengths and weaknesses. As mentioned earlier, the environments ... more.
Posted by H2oelemental on October 31, 2012 under PC, Reviews
Ever wonder what life is like as an orphan in a strict Catholic Convent? Lilli will show you in Edna and Harvey: Harvey's New Eyes by Daedelic Entertainment. This point-and-click game is available on Steam ($19.99 for PC). You play Lilli, a young orphan at a Catholic Convent. Lilli has several things that she is doing at once. The first challenge is that you must help your best friend, Edna,... more.
Posted by STGuy1040 on October 22, 2012 under Portables, Reviews
To-Fu is a compelling puzzle game that relies on physics to beat the two-hundred rooms that contain slippery walls, spikes, and other dangerous traps. As To-Fu, your goal is to overcome these obstacles and become the 'Master of Chi'. Originally available for iPhone, the To-Fu collection contains both games that iOS gamers have been enjoying for quite some time - To-Fu: The Trials of Chi and To-... more.
Posted by STGuy1040 on September 27, 2012 under Euro, News, PC
ChangYou.com (US) inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of ChangYou.com Ltd., released Dragon Oath: Soul of the Sphinx, the third expansion to its popular flagship game. The new content update introduces an all-new character class, new maps and instances, increased level cap, and much more. "Dragon Oath remains one of the most popular free-to-play massively multiplayer online role-playing games in ... more.
Posted by STGuy1040 on September 17, 2012 under PC, Reviews
Tom is a virus designed to infect products developed by a giant corporation. Your only purpose is to avenge the crazy scientist Dr. X and bring an end to the corporation's greed. A Virus Named Tom is an auction-puzzle game that spans across six different billboards (i.e. levels). Each billboard represents a product that is divided into sub-levels. As Tom, your job is to infect each level (which... more.
Posted by DaRipp3r on July 9, 2012 under Euro, News, PC, Xbox 360
Think you're tough enough to survive a horde of undead walkers? Gamers will be able to find out next year as Activision Publishing, a wholly owned subsidiary of Activision Blizzard, and Terminal Reality announced today an all-new The Walking Dead video game. Based on AMC's Emmy-Award winning TV series, the do-whatever-you-need-to-survive first-person action game will allow players to assume th... more.
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