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We know you have probably watched the trailer over a hundred times now, feverishly lapping up every tiny detail in each frame. However, just in case you haven’t, here are 5 things that you might have missed: Animals: In the first game scene (at 0:07), there is an obvious dog walking on the beach with its owners. With the amount of wildlife found in Red Dead Redemption, it wouldn’t be   Read More ...

Having recently released with my friend our first game onto the Android marketplace, I have realised how hard it is to get a game’s name out. For those that have tried before, you will know what I mean when you see fairly mediocre games reaching 50,000+ downloads on the marketplace while yours is struggling to make 50.  How can we possibly hope to compete? If you want to get into   Read More ...

Small developers are looking to become the forefront of the Steam marketplace. While we will always see big titles with ridiculously good deals flooding the Steam front page, it seems like the Indie developers are beginning to make up the numbers in the background. With that in mind, EDGE is one of the latest games made by a relatively small company (Two Tribes) that has just been released on Steam.   Read More ...

Categories: Featured Article, PC, Reviews, Steam

Vietnam games are on the rise these days with the likes of Call of Duty: Black Ops, Bad Company 2: Vietnam and Magicka: Vietnam painting pictures of desperate struggles and over the top carnage. With this in mind, I began the strategy game Men of War: Vietnam thinking it was just another game that wants to jump on the Vietnam bandwagon (or bandHuey), packed to the brim with clichés and   Read More ...

Categories: Featured Article, PC, Reviews, Steam

With Portal being released for free for a short while, it seems a good time in these dark days of the economy to highlight some excellent free games that everybody should try. The only things these vastly varied games have in common is their price tag: Masq A stylish black and white ‘decision’ game, Masq creates its own genre with multiple choices and endings set around a struggling business owner.   Read More ...

On the surface, Bodycount looks promising. The ‘press start’ screen is one of the coolest I have seen, the music is good and everything before you start your first game seems to exude the feeling of a well-made title. However, once you do start the game you begin to see its true colours: a lazy, rushed and unimaginative title. The first thing you will notice is that you don’t know   Read More ...

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