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I Am Bread

The latest game from Bossa Studios, the makers of the frustratingly hard Surgeon Simulator, I Am Bread is – as far as we know – the world’s first bread simulator. The plot is simple – you control a slice of bread on a quest to become toasted. Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Drunk Stoned or Stupid

Usually the only people I credit for being clever, relevant, and hilarious are myself and sometimes Stephen Colbert, but the cards of party game Drunk Stoned or Stupid demonstrate there might be a few others out there deserving of the compliments. Two of their names are Trevor and Noah Mayer. The Brothers Mayer, along with [...]

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Diggin’ in the Carts

Red Bull Music talks to some of the best Japanese composers, game designers and the musicians they influenced in the amazing miniseries Diggin’ in the Carts. A must watch for video game and music fans. English captions available. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Are Games About Mechanics?

Idea Channel and Extra Credits talk about the dissonance between story (and characterization) and interaction in some video games, e.g. in cutscenes Nathan Drake is a witty everyman, but when you control him he’s a mass murderer. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Rebel Galaxy (Trailer)

From the people that brought you Diablo 2 and Torchlight comes an action-packed space adventure game. Rebel Galaxy has you exploring, fighting and dealing in a randomly-generated universe. Drops for Windows and PS4 in 2015. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Pokémon Alpha/Omega

Pokémon Alpha Sapphire & Omega Ruby bring a JRPG staple to the series: airships. Or rather, Mega Latios and Mega Latias. The games also bring back several Legendary Pokémon and introduces the versatile PokéNav Plus tool. Hat Tip Link Link 2 Price: $40 Continue Reading from the Source

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The Legend of Korra (Gameplay)

A brief behind-the-scenes with PlatinumGames and its upcoming third-person brawler based on the Nickelodeon series. The game will feature animated cut scenes, voice actors from the show and a Pro-bending game mode. Link Link 2 Price: $15 Continue Reading from the Source

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Take our tightly cropped car pic challenge

Filed under: Toys/Games Need something stimulating to help you get through your Tuesday? Try out our Tightly Cropped Car Pic Challenge. It’s simple: we’ll show you ten close-up pictures of vehicles (they’re all recent, but can come from a variety of segments and markets) and you try to guess the make and model based on [...]

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Bayonetta 2 (Trailer 2)

Cry all you want Dante, Bayonetta’s too busy not making any sense. The launch trailer for the Wii U exclusive Bayonetta 2 is a whirlwind of hair, colossal monsters and Nintendo-themed costumes. Demo available now. Link Link 2 Price: $60 Continue Reading from the Source

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The Flame in the Flood

From an indie startup composed of contributors to BioShock, Halo, Guitar Hero and Rock Band comes a Windows & Mac rogue-lite set in “post-societal America.” Forage, craft and make your way down a procedurally-generated river. Link Price: $20++ Continue Reading from the Source

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The Big Lebowski Pinball Machine

The dude abides in this new officially-licensed pinball machine. It has a tiny bowling alley, a white russian, and video and audio samples from the movie. Pre-order by 10/19 for a bunch of swag, including a rug to tie the room together. Hat Tip Link Link 2 Price: $8500 Continue Reading from the Source

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Project Spark

Project Spark is game creation software for Xbox One and Windows 8.1 that allows you to make a variety of games and share them with other users. The game itself is free, but there’s also a Starter Pack that has additional content. Hat Tip Link Link 2 Price: Free Continue Reading from the Source

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Microsoft RoomAlive

Following up on their IllumiRoom concept, Microsoft’s RoomAlive tech surrounds users with video, and allows them to interact with content. Sadly, it requires multiple projectors and Kinects, so we doubt it’ll ever be produced. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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War Thunder: Cinematic

War Thunder is a free-to-play multiplayer action war sim for PC, Mac, PS4 and Linux. We honestly have to say we’ve yet to play it, but after watching this incredible cinematic battle between Russia and Germany, we’re going to install it later today. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Civ: Beyond Earth 101

The latest gameplay video for Civilization: Beyond Earth provides a great overview of the game’s fundamentals, including the sponsors, affinities, tech web, aliens, new trading and spying features and the victory conditions. Hat Tip Link Link 2 Price: $50 Continue Reading from the Source

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X-Ray Playing Cards

The skulls on these X-ray playing cards show a transparent face to you, an opaque face to your opponents, and a sinister face to all. You’ll be able to turn your friend Cornelius’ mug into a sick-grinning, blood-red-brained King of Clubs through the X-Ray card’s single-sided clear plastic, but he won’t see your suits and [...]

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Human Resources

A real-time strategy game with a hilarious premise. In a desperate attempt to combat a robot uprising, humans summoned ancient monsters. You play as either the monsters or the robots. And yes, the title is as literal as it gets. Hat Tip Link Price: $20++ Continue Reading from the Source

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