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Interview with forgotton anne’s creative director and breaking news

Interview with Forgotton Anne’s Creative Director and Breaking News

Forgotton Anne is a breathtaking game filled with masterful aesthetics and storytelling, fun-filled gameplay, a powerful soundtrack, and Ghibli-inspired artwork. Forgotton Anne has accrued five-star ratings and a 9/10 on Steam and a 97% rating from users on Google. We are at the one-year anniversary of Forgotton Anne‘s release, and with that comes two pieces…

Fire gate: a cooperative rpg brings friends together

Fire Gate: A Cooperative RPG Brings Friends Together

It’s no secret that apps are all the rage right now, even overshadowing a lot of gaming industries with the new technology of gaming right on your phone at any time or place. Geek Insider got a fun exclusive look into a rising app company called Thousand Realms. We got to sit down with Michael…

‘fallout 4’ reaction review: fantastic, feature-filled, and fun

‘Fallout 4’ Reaction Review: Fantastic, Feature-Filled, and Fun

So, Fallout 4 is finally out, at long last. Unfortunately, I didn’t get a chance to play it until recently, but when I did, my expectations were blown out of the water. This is a wonderful game with impressive graphics, immersive gameplay, and improvement upon improvement upon the rest of the series (though it retains most…

Eternal sonata: a retrospective waltz through the wildflowers

Eternal Sonata: A Retrospective Waltz through the Wildflowers

Eternal Sonata is one of a handful of Japanese role-playing games available on the Xbox 360. Despite having little competition, the tri-Crescendo title stands out as one of the most beautiful and engaging RPGs of the last generation. Since its release in 2008, Eternal Sonata has received widespread critical praise, sporting scores of 80% and…

To the moon: a game of astronomical proportions

To The Moon: A Game Of Astronomical Proportions

In the words of the core from Portal 2, That’s right. Space. To The Moon To The Moon by Freebird Games is an Indie Adventure RPG. Yeah, it’s one of those ‘point-and-click’ type of stories. Normally, I’m not the biggest fan of those sorts of games. Not because they’re bad – far from it –…

Review: mercenary kings – a retro inspired blast!

Review: Mercenary Kings – A Retro Inspired Blast!

With the recent influx of indie developed games, classic 8-bit and 16-bit creations have been making a resurgence. While side scrollers have never gone out of style it’s been a while since I can remember seeing something that closely resembled the Neo-Geo classic, Metal Slug. This is where Mercenary Kings comes in. It’s a fast-paced…

Hand of fate is coming to ps4 and ps vita

Hand of Fate Is Coming To PS4 and PS Vita

The KickStarter project Hand of Fate, developed by Defiant Development, is the latest indie game coming to PlayStation and was previously announced to also be coming to Mac and PC. Hand of Fate is “a sublime blend tabletop card gaming and video game magic, inspired by tarot and fantasy…In a cabin at the end of the…

Aderyn’s cradle set to bring visceral combat to a dense fantasy realm

Aderyn’s Cradle Set to Bring Visceral Combat to a Dense Fantasy Realm

By way of introduction to Aderyn’s Cradle, an adventure game in development by Mojo Game Studios, I’d like to talk a little about a couple of other games, one you may have missed and one you’ll definitely recognize. Dark Messiah of Might and Magic, though well-received for the most part, didn’t make a huge impact…

Comic review: the rat queens #1 the rpg you wish you were in.

Comic Review: The Rat Queens #1 The RPG You Wish You Were In.

Remember the good natured fun that The Ratties got up to in the 80’s and then again in repeats in the early 90’s? They were funny and the baby was a genius, it was like G-Rated animal version of Family Guy. Well, The Rat Queens are nothing like that.  The Rat Queens: Issue #1 The…

Dragon age: inquisition opens up

Dragon Age: Inquisition Opens Up

I LOVED Dragon Age. I mean I really really loved it. I was so ready to throw money at Dragon Age 2 that if they would have Kickstarted it, I would have been donated as much as I possibly could. Good thing I didn’t though, because DA2 was a lackluster follow up to one of…

Playing a role

Playing A Role

I’ve been playing RPGs since I got a copy of Baldur’s Gate free with a desktop my family bought some years back. I would agonize over my character’s name and features, play the opening chapters, and then quit, forget about it, and start over some time later. I could probably quote those first few scenes…

Cube world enters alpha phase

Cube World Enters Alpha Phase

Cube World Recipe:   1/3 chalice Dungeons and Dragons   4 blocks Minecraft   1 slash Secret of Mana   Mix well and strain through indie game development studio Picroma. If you haven’t heard of Cube World yet, then you’re already missing out. If you ask me, Picroma nailed it when putting together the ideas…

Eternal crusade: because you want to be a space marine.

Eternal Crusade: Because You Want To Be A Space Marine.

Maybe it’s because the development team are obviously on the side of the Imperium and I’m more of a Slaanesh girl, but the recent announcement of Eternal Crusade (an MMO based on the 40K universe) did not thrill me to my core, the way it should have. It’s not that it won’t look beautiful, there’s…