Daily Archives: February 9, 2018

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New Game “Soviet Shopkeeper” Announced

author image by Travis LeFevre | Indie News | 0 Comments | 28 Jun 2017

A new developer, Agile Waterfall Entertainment, has announced their debut game, Soviet Shopkeeper via Twitter. Taking up the role of a 1980s shopkeeper in the fictional Bolsha, you will distribute goods and barter trade with the citizens you regularly mingle with….

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Gotta Go Review: A Very Bad Case of the Mondays

author image by Colton Butler | Reviews | 0 Comments | 05 May 2018

You know the feeling all too well — you are at work, in class, or navigating any social gathering, and your body calls from deep within, beckoning you to relieve it … or else. Gotta Go takes that feeling and…

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Good Morning, Morgan: How A Sleeper Hit Woke Me Up to My Potential

author image by Colton Butler | Opinion | 0 Comments | 21 Apr 2018

In the fall of last year, I was late to discover that the Prey (2017) demo was available on Steam. I was hyped for the game since its reveal at E3, but was unable to purchase it at launch and figured I would…

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Deadbolt Review: Don’t Fear The Reaper

author image by Travis LeFevre | Reviews | 0 Comments | 18 Apr 2018

When Blue Ӧyster Cult wrote “(Don’t Fear) The Reaper,” they probably weren’t thinking about the undead. As Deadbolt shows, zombies and vampires should fear the reaper. Deadbolt is a pleasant twist on the paranormal genre, putting you as a Reaper,…

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Skyrim guard convinced that arrow shot through head was ‘just the wind’

author image by Travis LeFevre | Humor | 0 Comments | 15 Apr 2018

While on a routine patrol just outside of the city of Riverwood, a guard from the province of Skyrim was the victim of a gruesome attack, having an arrow lodged in his head by an unknown assailant. When the victim,…

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How I Fell Out of Love With Grand Theft Auto V, a Labor of Love

author image by Travis LeFevre | Opinion | 0 Comments | 10 Apr 2018

Back in 2013, when Grand Theft Auto V first released, it felt like a labor of love. Going through the campaign and driving through the Vinewood Hills was a breath of fresh air and Rockstar seemed to improve on everything…

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Kingdoms and Castles Review: A Charming, Rainy Day Kind of Game

author image by Brigham Pratt | Reviews | 0 Comments | 02 Apr 2018

It’s rare to find a game that is as light-hearted, charming and freeing as Kingdoms and Castles. Originally a crowd-funded project on Fig that was funded 700% past it’s intended goal, Kingdoms and Castles is a Summer 2017 launch by…

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Salt Review: A Sweet High Seas Adventure

author image by Michael Woodall | Reviews | 0 Comments | 18 Mar 2018

Salt is an open world adventure and survival game published by Lavaboots Studios and saw a full release on February 6th, 2018. I can’t get enough of adventure games, so I had to try this one out. Salt drops you…

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How “Papers, Please” Makes Tedious Work Enjoyable

author image by Brigham Pratt | Opinion | 0 Comments | 12 Mar 2018

Papers, Please is an interesting game. A 2013 release by indie developer Lucas Pope, Papers, Please, pushes the envelope of our idea of a game. The player takes on the role of an unnamed immigration officer tasked with allowing or…

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One Strike Review: One to Rule Them All

author image by Tristan Fite | Reviews | 0 Comments | 10 Mar 2018

One Strike is a 2D game developed by Retro Reactor that was released on November 3rd, 2017. It’s an arcade fighter with few inputs: attack, dodge, defend. However, this compliments the one strike kill mechanics for the better. If you’re…

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How Red Barrels Made an Impactful Addition to Horror Gaming

author image by Travis LeFevre | Indie News | 0 Comments | 06 Mar 2018

One of the biggest struggles when it comes to independent creators, both in gaming and in other forms of art, is getting exposure and achieving their big break. Sometimes, however, they break through and prevail, with their work making its…

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