Endless Space Review

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Although the graphical representations and storylines of 4X strategy game change, the heart of RTS/Turn Based space strategy has remained the same since its inception: build your fleet, find the opponents, kill, bribe, be diplomatic to aliens and waste a tremendous number of hours attempting to micro-manage your ever-burgeoning empire.

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Can’t Stop Playing The Unstoppable Gorg

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The Unstoppable Gorg is a game defined by its great graphics, creative theme, and versatility in its game modes. The game is a fun Tower Defense game with a space/sci-fi movie theme, and is filled with humor and fun perfect for anyone who plays the game. Unstoppable Gorg comes complete with three game modes. The . . . → Read More: Can’t Stop Playing The Unstoppable Gorg

Interview: David Sushil for Vanessa Saint-Pierre Delacroix and Her Nightmare

While at GDC Online in Austin this year, I had an opportunity to talk with indie game creator, David Sushil (“like Sushi with an L”) of Bad Pilcrow. His award winning game, “Vanessa Saint-Pierre Delacroix and Her Nightmare” was unusual and intriguing in both name and gameplay, as evidenced by the rather . . . → Read More: Interview: David Sushil for Vanessa Saint-Pierre Delacroix and Her Nightmare

Mass Effect 2 Review

The true beauty of the original Mass Effect can’t be seen during one play through. The game throws an incredible amount of information at you, making it difficult to understand just how much is actually there until you take a step back and look at it as a whole. It’s like playing an epic . . . → Read More: Mass Effect 2 Review

Darksiders Review

  I’m not sure if cliché is a good or bad thing, as some familiar elements can help you ease into a game more smoothly while too many pilfered mechanics will undoubtedly lead to stagnation. Darksiders is a game full of cliché, as its influence from titles like God of War, Devil May Cry, . . . → Read More: Darksiders Review

Bad Pocket Santa iPhone Review

The holiday season may have just ended, but it’s never too early to plan for next year. Bad Pocket Santa, the latest iPhone and iPod Touch app from RetroStyle games, allows you to spread some holiday cheer without breaking the bank, though this particular brand of good will might not be what you’re looking for.

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