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Jake Dunbar

Then there's Jake Dunbar . . . Rarely says "yes", more likely to say "maybe" or possibly even "no".

Re-Legion Review

Re-Legion is an unfortunate example of lofty design ideas falling well out of realistic scope. What comes across as heavy top-down design, Re-Legion aims to tell...

Slay the Spire Review

Do you like deck building? (of course you do!), do you like roguelikes? (you don't like them, YOU LOVE THEM), then Slay the Spire...

GDC Awards 2019 Nominees Announced

The Game Developers Choice Awards are fast approaching, and with it, the recognition and celebration of "creativity, artistry, and technical genius" delivered in 2018...

Limited-Time Only ‘Celeste’ Collector’s Edition Announced

Limited Run Games has announced a limited collector's edition is being made for 2018 Indie darling, Celeste. Those with...

Witcher Author Demands Further $16 Million, CD Projekt Says ‘No’

Andrzej Sapkowski, Polish author best known for his Witcher series of fantasy novels, has recently demanded 6 percent ($16 million) of the profits gained...

Esports Protest Halts Football Match

Swiss football fans recently made their voices heard during a game between Young Boys and FC Basel. Amid fans holding up giant banners depicting pause buttons, the referee was forced to halt the game for two minutes after a slew of tennis balls and game controllers were hurled onto the pitch in protest of the encroaching influence of esports on Professional clubs.

Dying Light 2 is not a Typical Zombie Game

In a recent interview with AusGamers, Lead Game Designer Tymon Smektala confirmed what some of the E3 viewers had suspected; the reduced number of zombies in the daylight wasn't just for the sake of the footage's narrative but was actually an indicator of human interaction taking center stage in Dying Light 2.

First Hour of Call of Cthulhu Gameplay Revealed

Fans of everything Lovecraft rejoice, as Cyanide Studio, developers of upcoming RPG Call of Cthulhu, recently released the first hour of beta gameplay along with some developer commentary.

Ninjin: Clash of Carrots Review

Ninjin: Clash of Carrots is a little package with quite a punch. Set in feudal Japan and taking place during a very lengthy pursuit...

Gato Roboto is a ‘CatMechtroidvania’ Coming to PC, Switch in 2019

Devolver Digital has unveiled Gato Roboto, an upcoming "CatMechtroidvania" that's set to land on Nintendo Switch and PC in 2019. There are arguments for not...

Phantom Doctrine Review

Now, CreativeForge Games' Phantom Doctrine didn't enjoy the best of receptions when it launched on Steam on August 14, and in the two weeks...

Undertale Collector’s Edition Announced For Nintendo Switch

It isn't often that an indie game comes along and commands the respect and praise that the more established AAA titles enjoy, yet in...
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Graveyard Keeper Review

For those of you with a love of inventory, a passion for crafting, a yearning for gathering, and an enthusiasm for management simulators, your next fix may have just arrived. Graveyard Keeper has it all, along with a healthy body count...

Young Souls Gets a Reveal Trailer

The Arcade Crew (Blazing Chrome, Dark Devotion) and 1P2P (Inside My Radio) have announced new title Young Souls in style, with their new reveal trailer putting its best foot forward in gorgeous fashion.

Rainbow Six Siege Operation Grim Sky Detailed

Ubisoft has this week announced 'Operation Grim Sky', the Season Three expansion for first-person-shooter Rainbow Six Siege. Coming off the back of Season Two's 'Operation...


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