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Monthly Archive for August, 2015

Sheltered Preview – G4@Syfygames

Matt Ferguson of G4@Syfygames writes “The sun rises on another day as you struggle to wake from your restless sleep and make your way to your water butt to take a drink, only to realize the water has become contaminated from outside toxins. The air is starting to get thicker in your bunker-home as well, signaling that it’s likely time to change the oxygen filter. You stir your wife from her sickly sleep only to realize that the survivor you recruited yesterday doesn’t appear to be breathing anymore. Well, at least your family won’t starve today. Welcome to Sheltered.”

Sheltered Preview – G4@Syfygames

New Handheld Console GameKid Zaps Funding Goal

Marcus Estrada writes: “I’m a bit obsessed with collecting video game consoles. While there are still many more for me to nab from the vast history of gaming, Kickstarter is making it even harder with their own modern devices. Case in point: The GameKid recently hit Kickstarter. This tremendously GameBoy-inspired device features a Rasberry Pi inside, meaning you’ll potentially have access to a wealth of emulated titles, as well as Rasberry Pi exclusives. The device was dreamed up by Robot Loves Kitty (best known for their game Legend of Dungeon) and is, honestly, not presented with a particularly slick Kickstarter.”

New Handheld Console GameKid Zaps Funding Goal

Review: Danganronpa Another Episode PS Vita a solid spin-off | Punch Jump

NIS America Inc.s Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls is a solid spin-off that includes decent shoot and slash gameplay and trademark sass dialogue in a world overrun by evil robot bears.

Review: Danganronpa Another Episode PS Vita a solid spin-off | Punch Jump

Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain Microtransaction Pricing Revealed

Micropayments range from $1.65 to $80 for Mother Base Coins.


Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain Microtransaction Pricing Revealed

Quick Look: Bridge Constructor – Xbox One Edition

Josh teaches Abi the art of bridge construction in the Xbox One port of the game.

Quick Look: Bridge Constructor – Xbox One Edition

Why Walking Simulators still have a way to go

In their latest podcast, the Quit or Continue team discuss walking simulators, and give their opinions on the two of the most recent flagship games in the genre, Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture and The Vanishing of Ethan Carter. Is story and atmosphere enough to carry a game, or do gamers need more shotguns and zombies to have fun?

Why Walking Simulators still have a way to go

Volume, Final Fantasy VII, and Horizon Chase: lets Click-Swipe-Play

Softonic launches a new gaming show. It features three reviews in under three minutes and a look at upcoming releases.

This week its Volume, Horizon Chase, and Final Fantasy VII on iOS.

Volume, Final Fantasy VII, and Horizon Chase: lets Click-Swipe-Play

The Week In Games: A Hideo Kojima Week

Mike Fahey:

“Man, a guy leaves for a month and has to entirely rebuild his weekly release list from scratch. At least they didnt strike my name from the top of the article.”

The Week In Games: A Hideo Kojima Week

5 simple tips to make the most of Mother Base in The Phantom Pain

Just picked up Metal Gear Solid 5? Wondering what all this Mother Base business is doing in your tactical espionage? Well look no further, as Pixel Dynamo dishes out five essential tips to make sure you get the most out of Mother Base.

5 simple tips to make the most of Mother Base in The Phantom Pain

Volume Review | Codec Moments

Mike Bithell found huge success with his first game Thomas Was Alone a simplistic puzzle platformer which focused heavily on narrative and the character developement of its titular star and his friends. Bithells return to the fray that is the modern indie scene comes in the form of Volume, a Robin Hood-esque 3D puzzler that focuses on stealth with a futuristic virtual reality like aesthetic. Should you turn it up to eleven or simply put it on mute?

Volume Review | Codec Moments