You’re quickly running out of time to grab the LA Game Space Experimental Games Pack. If you’re still sitting on the fence, maybe this will help.
I wouldn’t really say these are reviews, more like views, but hopefully you find them informative.
Valve announces the Gabecube, Dark Souls 2 coverage, the first AAA Soulslike, GTA V sells a few copes, and more, just after the jump.
It’s pretty hard to escape chatter about GTA V. It’s all over Facebook, Twitter, TV, radio, billboards, buses… All this hype got me thinking about that other franchise that involves wreaking havoc in an open city, and the third entry in the series that was sitting in my Library begging for attention.
You know what they say: If you can’t play the one you’ve heard about incessantly, play the one you’re with.
Saints Row: The Third, you’ll do for now.
Perhaps a less-confronting name for this column would have been Motorcycle Diaries, because all I think of when I read it now is that scene from American History X… You know the one.
Anyway, watch as Kickstarter continues to help indie game developers make the big publishers bite the curb… Or something.
What’s that on the horizon? Why, it’s the veiny, undulating flesh of the Newshogg, bringing us new news with which to stuff in our pants… Or whatever it is you do with news.
The Death of a Legend, Blizzard shut down the Auction House, an exclusive indie games pack that you should jump on post-haste, epic trolling from Deep Silver, GTA V workarounds and more, just after the jump.
Every now and then a game comes along made up of such an obvious collection of ideas that you can’t believe it hasn’t been done before. Rogue Legacy is one such game, taking the Roguelike formula that has proven so popular recently, and laying that over the foundation of a 90s-era platformer.
Is it worth your first born though, or should you pass it over for the next in line?