A video game that slowly seeps into the real world.
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To get you going in Lego Minifigures Online you’re given a choice from a handful of starter characters and then thrust into a world of adventure, fun and mercilessly unrelenting product placement – but that was to be expected.
There’s nothing like a good bridge building simulator to awaken the civil engineer inside of me. It’s one of the few genres that allows me to be creative, giving the freedom to eschew the more obvious solution and allowing my mind to come up with something truly innovative
There are agents worldwide investigating these disturbing reports and this weekend I joined them to get to the bottom of some shadowy people and their dealings. This is how I became a member of The Black Watchmen.
With no end in sight to gamer’s infatuation with our bearded friends, it’s more than a little timely that we should have just passed National Goat Awareness Week
In Westerado: Double Barreled you’ll choose your side, be it with the native Americans or the oil tycoon, become a hero or a villain, and pull your gun out in mid-conversation for no other damn reason than you felt like it.
Not only is Horizon Shift the most visually appealing game to come out of Flump Studios, it is by far the most challenging and enjoyable. There’s no release date yet, but hopefully it isn’t too far over the horizon.
Temper your expectations and you’ll find an engrossing adventure that pays homage to one of gaming’s greatest, never managing to step out of its shadow.
The emotional power that Might and Delight held over players is no longer present in Shelter 2, making it a fun but ultimately forgettable sequel. It’s not a bad game, but it’s not Shelter either.