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Krautscape Preview – Do You Wanna Build A Racetrack? It Doesn’t Have To Be A Racetrack

Krautscape, from Mario Von Rickenbach, separates itself from the rest of the racing genre by letting players procedurally generate tracks — there are no set tracks in Krautscape, and every single track you race on will be unique. Combine that with an interesting take on course altering power-ups, and Krautscape is an early-access game ripened to pique the curiosity of racing fans. Krautscape splits the road into four sections; each section corresponding to the type of track the player will lay next. For instance, driving in the [...]

New Bound by Flame Screenshots Show off Possible Heroes

Bound by Flame from Spiders Studio is set for release on May 9th for the PS4, PS3, Xbox 360, and PC. As we anxiously await this fantasy RPG with character choice, let’s let these new screenshots satiate our excitement. My excitement. Look, I’m really looking forward to Bound by Flame. How can you blame me when your decisions and actions affect the game’s story and even your character’s appearance? I can’t get enough of that. These screenshots showcase the many [...]

Whoa! Twinfinite is Giving Away FIVE Copies of Mechanic Escape!

Okay, okay, I’M SORRY OKAY. It’s been a bit since I’ve had a giveaway lined up for you all. PAX was quite the busy experience. But I’m back, and I’ve decided to once again throw my inventory out there for you all to loot. This week, I’m giving away not one, not two, but FIVE copies of Mechanic Escape. Take it as me being sorry for my lack of giving you free things. This of course, on top of our giveaway [...]

Record of Agarest War Zero Review: Same Old, Good Old

JRPG’s come in a variety of shapes and sizes, but Record of Agarest War Zero is one that wears a variety of hats. Dishing up hardcore tactical RPG gameplay, visual-novel-esque storytelling, and a heaping helping of fan service, it’s a unique title even in today’s diverse landscape.

 

Jet Car Stunts’ New Trailer Shows off Jets, Cars, and Stunts

With 36 tracks and three different game modes (Platforming, Time Trial, and Collector), Jet Car Stunts promises to be a wacky new racer from bitComposer Games and Grip Games. From the looks of the trailer, you’re going to be spending a lot of time flying your car through the air rather than driving it. Check this downloadable title out for yourself May on Steam for $9.99. PSN and XBLA will follow “shortly after.” Meanwhile, next-gen releases are also planned.

 

Life Goes On Gets a Launch Trailer, Proves Life Really Goes On

Life Goes On released today on Steam and to celebrate, we got a nice little launch trailer showcasing the many deaths. When I first heard that Life Goes On featured a lot of dying, I thought it was due to difficulty, a la Super  Meat Boy. However, I see now that the deaths are caused by the necessity of it all. You need to die in some levels in order to use that corpse to get through an obstacle. Genius. You [...]

 

Ready Your Murlocs, Hearthstone for iPad Available Now

The day you’ve been waiting for has finally arrived. Blizzard’s online card game, Hearthstone, is finally available for iPad. Now you can summon hordes of murlocs, fire blast enemies, and Leeeeeroy Jenkins anywhere your heart desires. Warning: trailer hints that participating in Hearthstone for iPad may cause spontaneous wild west shootouts to occur during your lunch breaks. Even if multiplayer isn’t your cup of tea, Blizzard recently announced a single player campaign, Curse of Naxxramas, to keep all the solo lovers out there [...]

 

Concursion Has a Playable Demo You Can Check Out

Puuba has released a playable demo that anyone can check out for their upcoming game Concursion. What’s most interesting about it is that they seemed to have mashed up a variety of genres all into one game. Just by viewing the above trailer, you can spot at least three (platformer, rpg, and shoot ‘em up) within one minute, though the developers have said there’s actually five genres. I also love the idea that you can use what appears to be [...]

Actual Sunlight – An Honest Look at a Dishonest Mind

I jumped into this one planning to do a review of Will O’Neill’s Actual Sunlight. However, almost immediately after starting it up, I realized that it wasn’t going to be a typical experience. As I played through the story, mostly as an observer simply seeing the pageant take place in front of me, it became more and more apparent that a simple review wouldn’t come of this. I can’t, in good faith, take my feelings or observations about Actual Sunlight and distill [...]

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