Sneaky Sneaky Beta Giveaway

October 24th, 2014 -

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Have you heard of Sneaky Sneaky yet? It’s a turn-based stealth adventure game in a format that seems somewhat popular recently. It’s being created by Naiad Entertainment, and if you’ve never heard of them, it’s because this is their first title. Of course, this isn’t a dev team of rookies – we’ve got industry veterans from PopCap and Retro Studios working on this. Do I have your attention now? Awesome. So let’s talk about getting one of these games into your hands. Read More »

Witcher 3 Intro Cinematic

October 24th, 2014 -

The title says it all. The Witcher 3 is due out February 24th, 2015.

The Return of 3D Realms

October 23rd, 2014 -

Do you remember the legacy of 3D Realms? Wolfenstein 3D, Duke Nukem, Alien Carnage… If not, now is the perfect time to refresh your memory. With the rebirth of 3D Realms, they have put together an anthology of 32 games. If you grab it within the next two days, you pay a mere $20. If you don’t? $40. It features a new re-rockestrated soundtrack, partial controller support for all the DRM-free games, and is made to work with modern PC builds. The full list of games can be found below. Read More »

Interview: Matt Bozon of WayForward

October 22nd, 2014 -

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With the release of Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse upon us (you can read our review here), it seemed fitting to do an interview with the mastermind behind the series. Mr. Bozon answered not only our questions, but those of the fans that reached out to us for this interview! A huge thank you to Matt for taking the time to answer all our questions with as much depth as he did. Read More »

Styx – Master of Shadows Review: Enveloped by Darkness

October 21st, 2014 -

The first game I played that really pushed stealth mechanics was Metal Gear Solid. It was vastly different from my first experience with Metal Gear on the NES. Since ’98 I’ve always enjoyed delving into various stealth experiences, attempting to be undetected for as long as possible in games that don’t even focus on that aspect. Following my disappointment with the recent Thief, I was eagerly awaiting the next title that would have me lurking in the shadows. Styx: Master of Shadows snuck past many, but is it because it hid so well, or because it isn’t worth noticing? Read More »