The first time I saw Codename STEAM, I was really excited. History has taught me to never underestimate Nintendo when it comes to weird ideas and this was one of their strangest yet. Abraham Lincoln fakes his death to lead a group of steam-powered soldiers in battle against an invading army of aliens. Seriously, even […]
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Cities: Skylines is excellent, and with Colossal Order providing admirable post-release support, it appears the game will only grow to be even better.
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Christian describes his lifetime hobby, and how Sony’s PlayStation beat the odds to win over a Nintendo fan.
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Whether it’s due to a lack of price cuts or fierce competition, Nintendo games are too expensive.
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An editorial critiquing the balance of power in Shadow of Mordor and its effect on gameplay.
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3D Gaming would have been really cool if it stuck around long enough to be a standard.
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Old Indie Bundles are a gold mine for Steam keys you never knew you owned.
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The Backlog: Video Game Debt is an editorial about a current trend in gaming today. It deals with how I eliminated my own backlog and got back into games.
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After last night’s Backlog Battle, Alex found a pretty big problem with Destiny: He might not be the Guardian they were looking for all along.
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The way aging is handled in The Sims 4 leaves much to be desired, and the lack of toddlers is barely the tip of the iceberg.
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