Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Review

What is more fun than shooting people in the face with a Desert Eagle pistol? That’s right; you guessed it – shooting ‘terrorists’ in the face with a Desert Eagle.  There is something about pretending to save the world from a bunch of men armed with AK-47’s, screaming words that I do not understand, that will never get old in the land of Counter-Strike. Having played Counter-Strike from the early days, moving onto the updated Counter-Strike Source, and now the even latest Global Offensive. The game is so realistic you can actually see the fear in the terrorists eyes…
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Bird Assassin Review

Birds have always been a threat in the entertainment society, from the renowned movie Birds to the profitable game Angry Birds: it was only a matter of time until we needed an assassin to take these fowl-hating creatures out. Social Loner Studios, the developer involved in the RPG game Sacrifice, have created what can only be called a hillbilly bird bloodbath of epic proportions appropriately named, Bird Assassin. Bird Assassin starts you off witnessing the death of your pa at the mercy of a gun-wielding bird. It is then that the ghost of your father implores you to take…
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Along Came A Spider Review

Along Came a Spider, (not the movie with Morgan Freeman) from the developers of Wobbly Tooth Games, brings us a web-hopping puzzle platform game complete with 20 challenging and dynamic levels, a humorous boss battles, and several bonus flies to collect along the way. Even with my intense fear of spiders, there is very little for me to say that is bad about Along Came a Spider. You are a spider. That is really the only story that is provided, so the developers decided to take the easy route and take us straight to the fun. Right away from…
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Two for Tuesdays : Relaxation Soundtracks

Two for Tuesdays: This is a weekly series where I discuss something that appears in pairs. This can range from ‘Two of my favourite gaming characters’ to ‘Two of my least favourite games’. I welcome any comments below with your own opinions to the subject.   Two for Tuesdays : Relaxation Soundtracks Soundtracks are a wonderful entity; they provide the atmosphere that will complete a wonderful game. Without a soundtrack a video game would be meaningless, it would fail to grip the player into the world that the developer is trying to create, a world that the developer created…
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The Horror at MS Aurora Review

A vast and inviting stretch of aquamarine water unfolds in front of the camera. It is accompanied by the caws of gulls and the subtle build of a grand orchestra – the Belarus Philharmonic Orchestra to be precise. It is a stirring mix of instruments and the elements; so much so that I can forgive the occasional screen tearing that mars the opening piece of panorama. We are shown an expansive freight liner stacked high with containers before the title card declares that you have begun your journey and stands as a cinematic high note and strong introduction to…
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The Grave Digger Review

  The joy of indie games and the flourishing genre therein is the vast complexity of the forms they take. Be it minimalist perspective warping platform games, to the cavalcade of jump scare horror experiences; the universal guarantee with indie development is the games will embody and fully realise the creative vision regardless of its perceived quality. This is something that cannot be said for the mammoth of AAA titles, where pressure from publishers and other outside sources often compromise the purity of that artistic vision. This affords and almost mandates smaller development teams with significantly smaller budgets and…
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We Talk To Beautifun Games, the creators of Nihilumbra

Being a journalist can be a chore. There are times when you just cant get yourself to write anything, let alone an article. But during those moments, something will come along that will make you excited. It will make you want to write again. Nihilumbra was that game. Nihilumbra isn’t a game where you will win, its not a game where you can beat the bad guy. It puts the player in one of the hardest places by asking the player to run from the void. The void you were born from. The void that will inevitably be one.…
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Into The Dark Review – Literally, You Will Struggle To See

  Halloween has just passed us and to celebrate I wanted to play some horror games, a genre I’m not usually too keen on as it tends terrifies the life out of me. After playing the obvious horror titles such as Amnesia: The Dark Decent, I found myself craving more indie horror games. I looked into my email inbox and found an email from asking me to take a look at their new Horror Bundle –  I decided to pick one of the games at random, which happened to be ‘Into the Dark’ by the team over…
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Destiny of Spirits Closed Beta Insight

Do you fancy yourself playing a Free-to-Play online RPG game? If yes, continue to read this article until the end; if no, stop and ask yourself this question: “Why am I reading this?” – joke aside, this game, called Destiny of Spirits is one of the many highlights in Sony’s E3 2013 Press Conference line-up. What is Destiny of Spirits you might wonder? Well, the picture below says it all – and I really mean it! Destiny of Spirits is a 2D Free-to-Play, location-based online Turn-based RPG game. This F2P online game was made by the collaboration of two…
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Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army 2 Gameplay

I managed to get some free time to play some of the new Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army 2. Following is the results.   More will be added as they are recorded.   Be sure to pick up the game Dan Etheridge Writer | Gamer | Gummi Bear Eater.
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Humble Bundle PC and Android 7

The fine folks at Humble Bundle have announced a brand new bundle for PC and Android. Despite the title The following games are included at the minimum price of a penny:   Ticket to Ride + 1910 DLC Greed Corp Incredipede Anodyne If you beat the average you also get these additional games:   Worms Reloaded A Bard’s Tale Broken Sword: Directors Cut Organ Trail: Directors Cut Anomaly Korea Ticket To Ride Europe DLC   As usual, this Humble Bundle is also contains a selection of soundtracks from some of the games involved. More information can be found here.…
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Mars: War Logs Review

Mars: War Logs is an indie third-person RPG developed by Spiders. It takes place on Mars, where several different factions fight for water, two of the most notable being Aurora and Abundance. While at first the game feels clunky and ugly, I found it charming, exciting, and was ultimately happy to have played it. The game starts out with a boy named Innocence arriving at a prisoner-of-war camp. He’s told to go to the “sand pit,” which is basically a room filled with sand showers. There, he meets Roy, who defends him from the local bully, Fatso. I was…
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Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army 2 Preview

They’re back. You’re back. Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army 2 Preview   The original experimental NZA was released earlier this year in February, exclusively on Steam as a standalone content. Utilizing Sniper Elite V2’s engine famous pin-point X-Ray killcam, the human-sniping simulator gets a whole horror makeover splashed with blood, gore and occult stuff. Add creepy little girl voices fused with a Carpenter-inspired soundtrack and lone radio tunes playing in a safehouse checkpoint. Throw that into the mix with 3 of your pals running point-to-point firing away at the Third Reich undead with WWII arsenal, you get Nazi Zombie Army.…
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How the Pokemon Series Can “Evolve”

Is Pokemon X and Y super effective at making significant changes? Pokemon X and Y makes the most stride towards streamlining the series as well as a full redesign of the presentation. Despite all of this, the game still contains flaws that previous entries in the series have. No one likes to run all the way back to the Pokemon center to heal their unconscious monsters. X and Y tease you in the beginning of the game by having a character that is able to heal your Pokemon at any time, while following you through a forest area. There…
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Retrospective Horror – Silent Hill

I don’t think I’ve ever spent as much time reading and researching a video game series as I have with Silent Hill. The fiction and world that is presented is unlike any game series out there. I played my first Silent Hill game last year(SH2) and I was amazed on how much I enjoyed such a niche game. The experience of Silent Hill 2 made me think in ways that I had never thought before. I then became incredibly engrossed with the universe and dug the incredibly deep symbolism that the games contained. So I went back, and played…
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Ordinary Gamer Play: Killing Floor

Myself and Govind decided to play a little bit of Killing Floor. We had lots of fun and here are the results.   More videos will be added to this post over time.   Remember to subscribe to us to get our latest updates! Dan Etheridge Writer | Gamer | Gummi Bear Eater.
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