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The Longest Five Minutes: The Kotaku Review

The Longest Five Minutes presents its basic fantasy tale as a series of flashbacks experienced by its amnesiac main character during the game’s final battle. It takes an otherwise generic retro turn-based RPG and turns it into something special. Wait, I’m already at the end of the review? How did I get here?Read more… Continue […]

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New Steam Sci-Fi Game Is A Strugglevania

Planetoid Pioneers is a massive 2D side-view physics playground with vehicles, weapons, crafting, and exploration. The plot is wacky: in the future, humans live pretty much forever, so when a person gets to be about 200 years old they head out to explore the galaxy and build bases on planetoids in space.Read more… Continue Reading […]

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After Years of Player Warfare, Metal Gear Solid V Secret Ending Triggered Prematurely

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain has a secret ending that plays only if all players dismantle their nuclear weapons. It requires players to disarm all nukes in the game, a nearly impossible task thanks to hackers and hoarders. Last week, the end suddenly triggered even though countless nuclear weapons still exist…Read more… Continue […]

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Slay The Spire Has Some Fun Infinite Combos 

Slay The Spire is one of Steam’s latest Early Access gems thanks to its polished combination of roguelike dungeon crawling and traditional card game mechanics. The game’s quite challenging at first, but some players have already been discovering special combos that allow them to rip through the game with ease. Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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Slay The Spire Is A Roguelike Card Game, And I’m Hooked

Slay the Spire, a roguelike where you try to deckbuild your way out of brutal dungeons, went into Early Access on Steam last November and has since been slowly winning over unsuspecting players who go into it with low expectations. I am one of those recent converts.Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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The latest update for They Are Billions adds waypoints, new housing styles, and towers out in the ma

The latest update for They Are Billions adds waypoints, new housing styles, and towers out in the map that can be repaired. It also adds a bunch more languages and some new music for when the zombie hordes come knocking, but the waypoints are especially nice, letting players make more complex patrol routes. Read more… […]

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Twitch Reacts To Snoop Dogg Apparently Pretending To Play A Game

Yesterday, Snoop Dogg livestreamed the early access survival game SOS, a game where 16 players need to work together to escape a dangerous island. He appeared to do a pretty good job grabbing loot even though he wasn’t actually playing the game. It led some viewers to cry foul about the celebrity endorsement and…Read more… […]

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They Are Billions, As Told By Steam Reviews

On its face, Steam sensation They Are Billions appears to be about three of gaming’s most-hallowed S’s: survival, steampunk, and (s)zombies. That, however, is all just window dressing. Truth is, They Are Billions is a game about failure, which is where all the best stories come from. Steam users have been sharing some…Read more… Continue […]

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VRChat Is Not The Cyberpunk Future We Dreamed Of

I used to dream of cyberspace. Inspired by the speculative fiction of William Gibson, Cyberpunk role-playing and movies like The Lawnmower Man, I imagined falling down a digital rabbit hole into a world of light, color and geometric shapes. A world where I’d interact with fellow travelers decked out in wild and…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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