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Goat Simulator (PC)

Published on April 21, 2014 by

With Goat Simulator, indie developer Coffee Stain Studios shows that is on the bleeding edge of ultra-realistic cloven-hoof animal simulations. If you buy just one four-legged mammal simulator this year, make it this one. Read more…

 
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Dead Panic Review

Published on April 10, 2014 by

Hi everyone it’s been a while! If you’re a long time reader of this site you know I have a thing for zombie games. As much as I feel the genre has been run into the ground at this point, I really can’t help myself. Somewhere in my subconscious I must think playing all these mediocre zombie games will prepare me for the real thing.

Dead Panic is designed by Justin De Witt and is produced by fireside games and honestly it’s not a terrible game. Justin is responsible for 2009 Castle Panic and I could take the easy road here and say, if you played that game you know what to expect with Dead Panic. I won’tr do that, mainly because I vaguely remember Castle Panic and don’t own a copy to compare notes.

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Luftrausers (PC, PS3, PS Vita)

Published on April 4, 2014 by

Luftrausers is the newest indie game by Dutch developer Vlambeer – the guys behind my favourite iOS game of last year; Ridiculous Fishing. Also available for the PS3 and Vita, Luftrausers combines a monochrome, GameBoy-inspired visual style with gameplay that’s a hybrid of Defender and a traditional bullet-hell shooter. The result is a simple, yet addictive, arcade-style shooter. Read more…

 
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Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare (XBOX ONE)

Published on March 10, 2014 by

Plants Vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare combines the colorful, cartoony aesthetic of the ridiculously popular tower defense series with a class-based multiplayer shooter. The result is a fun, but ultimately shallow, online-only experience that probably doesn’t have enough staying power to warrant a purchase. Read more…

 
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Card City Nights (PC, iOS)

Published on March 3, 2014 by

Like the vast majority of PC Indie games I end up playing, I bought Card City Nights on a whim after seeing it released on the Steam Store. After several hours of play I can safely say that this game is an absolute blast and definitely worth checking out if you’re looking for a light hearted and causal card combat game. Read more…

 
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