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Review: Azure Striker Gunvolt

Juiced, Jarring, and Very Very Blue Lightning’s a miraculous thing. Unfathomable chemistries, in a heartbeat, channel such incredible energy from the clouds that, for just an instant, the sky extends to...

All the Men and Women Merely Players

(Use the audio player above to listen to the feature story) Myself and a handful of lifelong gamers take a wistful look back at our pixelated childhoods, and the men and women that they have helped...

Review: The Last Federation

You're a giant, multi-headed space hydra who used to rule the galaxy with an iron fist alongside your evil dragon-thingy kinfolk. Then the other races revolted. They got into your base. Killed your dudes. Now...

Review: Showtime!

Indie game developers are constantly proving that the AAA formula for making games is not always the best. Good games are about a challenging experience that rewards players with a fun time, not about flashy...

Review: Blade Symphony

Blade Symphony bills itself as a “tactical sword fighting” game that challenges you to “prove that you are the world’s greatest swordsman.” It promises to be a game that rewards “skill-based...

Review: Roommates

What would you do if you could go off/back to college and live in a house full of sexy co-eds? Would you study as hard as you could, or would you enjoy a year of partying? Maybe you would try to make as many...

Preview: Starpoint Gemini 2

There is a certain charm to a game that lets you swagger around the galaxy, moving freely between planets and space stations while a massive space war rages on around you. Starpoint Gemini 2 makes you feel...

We Have Mush Beta Keys to Give Away!

We have 15 keys in all for the Mush Beta, and it's first come, first serve! The browser-based multiplayer game has you and 15 others as crewmembers of the rebel spaceship, Daedalus. Yet someone onboard is...

Review: Bionic Dues

Bionic Dues takes a turn-based strategy games to a faster, shoot-em-up context featuring Mech suits that are controlled by brash youngsters fighting to save their hometown from the robotic uprising. The...

A chat with Jordan Wiesman:Golem Arcana

Earlier this month, some two weeks ago Harebrained Schemes, the minds behind Shadowrun, are concocting a new recipe for tabletop gaming that is determined to be faster and earlier to learn than the current...

Raindrop Could be Next Horror Hit

Raindrop looks like Outlast, set in a massive post-apocalyptic world. Ruins of old restaurants still stand next to rusted playgrounds. Abandoned buildings tower near the overgrown fields. And there's a large,...

Review: Shelter

Shelter takes players into a quiet journey through the woods as a badger and its trailing pack of cubs. This secluded stroll quickly turns sour, and protecting the youngsters through a trek across a perilous...