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March 20, 2015

Snapshots Episode 4 – Ryan “RyaNoob” Geddes

This is episode 4 of the Snapshots interview series hosted by Dave Throop.

Ryan “RyaNoob” Geddes is a professional player in the Halo Championship Series who competed with Denial Esports throughout Season one. He has formed a new team for Season two consisting of himself, Brett “Naded” Leonard, Dillon “Randa”, and Cody “Contra”Szczodrowski currently being called Team Randa while they search for a sponsor.

Well known for his aggressive and “nerdy” play style RyaNoob has been a top player in the community for nearly half a decade. Sometimes getting himself into trouble with his teammates, his ability to find [...]

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March 6, 2015

Steam Joins the Console Race This November

This November, Valve brings tidings of further developments in their SteamOS plans. They plan to expand PC gaming by introducing their new operating system and at last, the Steam Machine.

Recently visible on the store homepage has been a whole pamphlet of information regarding what Valve plan to do with their first foray into the console market—as always they’re thinking outside the box.

The first showcased item of Valve’s console is the controller. Because the games are varied, with some requiring a controller, and some requiring a mouse, Valve have built the Steam controller with this in mind. Improving on the resolution and fidelity of [...]

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March 1, 2015

Orphan Reaches Kickstarter Funding Goal

Windy Hill Studios‘s new side-scrolling Appalachian Apocalyptic Alien Adventure game, Orphan, reached its $32,000 funding goal in the final 48 hours of fundraising today. Orphan puts players in the shoes of a young boy trying to survive through the night as aliens invade his rural American hometown. The Nation’s very own Nicole Seraphita wrote up a synopsis of the concept — which you can check out here.

Windy Hill Studio posted an update to their Kickstarter page thanking backers for their support:

There is so much to say and I can’t think of any way to say it. I’ll save that for later. Even a week ago I didn’t expect to reach [...]

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February 23, 2015

March Update for Xbox One Features Screenshots and Good News for Australians

Announced February 18 by Major Nelson, the Xbox One will be implementing screenshots, privacy changes and more this coming March update. An article posted on the Xbox Wire site released a video containing both Larry Hryb and Richard Irving from Xbox engineering talking about what members of the Xbox One preview program now have access to since last Wednesday night.

So, what is planned for this upcoming March Xbox One update? The first new implementation will be screenshots—a much-requested feature that was previously missing. Just like the Playstation 4, users of the Xbox One will now be able to take screenshots rather than just 30 second video clips. [...]

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February 11, 2015

Our Nation’s Review of Thief (2014)


Game: Thief Developer: Eidos-Montréal Publisher: SQUARE ENIX, Eidos Interactive Release Date: February 25, 2014 Platforms: PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Microsoft Windows Reviewed on: PC (Steam)

Thief is the latest in the recently resurrected steampunk stealth franchise following the adventures of master thief Garrett as he sneaks through a semi-industrialized medieval city. The game enjoyed a healthy price cut during Steam’s winter sale so I hawked it on the cheap to see what it was all about.

Thief takes place in a city transitioning to the Industrial Era. Old castles and shacks fill the city, with the occasional pipe or [...]

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February 10, 2015

Vávra Tweets Details For Kingdom Come: Deliverance

Daniel Vávra of Warhorse Studios announced on Twitter that only a single act of Kingdom Come: Deliverance will take between 30 to 50 hours. The full game will be split up into 3 separate acts, each taking place on a separate map while providing players the option to return to previous maps to complete quests or explore content.

@AcCportelli @WarhorseStudios There will be 60-80 side quests and then events and activities. I guess gameplay time for Act I about 30-50h.

— Daniel Vávra (@DanielVavra) February 7, 2015

Kingdom Come: Deliverance is a self-described “first-person, open world, realistic RPG that will take you to the Medieval Europe in a time [...]

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September 11, 2014

Techland Announces Early Release Date for Dying Light

Polish Developer Techland announced via tweet that their upcoming action survival title, Dying Light, will be released earlier than expected. Dying Light is expected to be released on January 27th 2015 in the Americas, January 28th in Australia and New Zealand, and January 30th in Europe and Asia.

Players can pre-order Dying Light Directly off the website, and will give players a free DLC mode called Be the Zombie.

Dying Light is a first person survival action game set in an open world environment, allowing players to scavenge for supplies and craft weapons as they defend themselves against a horde of infected set in an urban disaster zone. The infected will be their [...]

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August 26, 2014

Anomaly 2 Heads to PS4 in September

Though it has taken a bit longer then expected, Anomaly 2, the sequel to the popular Anomaly Warzone Earth tower defense game, is coming to the PS4 on September 16th in glorious HD! Retaining the core gameplay that made the original such a hit, Anomaly 2 improves on its predecessor with an updated single-player experience and the ultimate in tower defense innovations, a tower defense vs tower offense multiplayer mode. In Anomaly 2 the player is thrust into a future where humans lay on the brink of extinction and alien machines overrun the Earth. As part of a convey traversing the frozen tundra in search for scarce resources like food and other supplies in their Commander, the [...]
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August 24, 2014

Show Me the Games Offers Their First Ever “Indie Dirty Dozen Discount”

Show Me The Games is currently offering a discount of 12 indie games in their first ever “Indie Dirty Dozen Discount”. According to the website, all games are bought directly from the developers and the site takes no cut from the purchase; therefore, each game is discounted between 40 and 75% off its original price. The sales are set to expire on Friday.


Frozen Synapsehttp://www.frozensynapse.com/ Bionic Dudeshttp://arcengames.com/bionic-dues/ Retro City Rampagehttp://retrocityrampage.com/ The Blackwell Epiphanyhttp://www.wadjeteyegames.com/games/blackwell-epiphany/ Democracy 3http://www.positech.co.uk/democracy3/ Revenge of The [...]
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August 20, 2014

Crimsonland Comes To The Playstation Vita

Though it has been over a decade since Crimsonland was first released in 2003, the addictive topdown shooter remains as fresh as the day it was released, which is good news for players as the HD port of the game will be hitting the Playstation Vita store with a fresh set of features and updated graphics that make for a rewarding gameplay experience for both fans of the original and newcomers who may have missed out when the game was first released.“We’re very happy with how well Crimsonland has been received on Steam and on PS4 during the last two months. The numerous requests for a Vita version indicate there is demand for a handheld version of the game as well”, [...]
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