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Oxenfree is an awesome point-and-click game set in the 80's, and now it's on Android

Oxenfree is an awesome point-and-click game set in the 80's, and now it's on Android

Oxenfree, a very highly regarded game for both PC and consoles, has just been released for Android. It's a 2d point-and-click adventure game, with a late 80's spin. And, it's excellent. If you don't
Mario, Zelda are NOT the Nintendo Switch’s top sellers in Japan

Mario, Zelda are NOT the Nintendo Switch’s top sellers in Japan

In the very first days of the Nintendo Switch, nay even before it launched, some remarked, only half-jokingly, that the console is really just a dedicated gaming device for Zelda, Breath of the Wild.
Unreleased SNES Rayman prototype “released” for posterity

Unreleased SNES Rayman prototype “released” for posterity

The gaming industry is a very secretive one. Much of the planning, brainstorming, and testing happens behind closed doors and eventually gets lost and forgotten. That means knowledge and experiences
Half-Life gets an update 19 years after it launched

Half-Life gets an update 19 years after it launched

Reviving old games seems to be a trend now. And, no, we’re not just talking about a case of “retro” fever. This is about old titles having their dust brushed off, shaken, and updated for the modern

Crazy Taxi Classic brings back everything you loved about the game and more (review)

If you’re reading this and are old enough to remember the SEGA Dreamcast, you likely remember the game Crazy Taxi. The game came onto the arcade scene in the late 90’s, and jumped onto the Dreamcast

Altered Beast (Review)

SEGA now offers a large collection of games on the Google Play store and amongst them is Altered Beast. Altered Beast first appeared in the arcades in 1988 as a standalone arcade cabinet but later
Watch These Game Show Contestants Struggle to Figure Out the World’s Most Obvious Answer

Watch These Game Show Contestants Struggle to Figure Out the World’s Most Obvious Answer

What’s the name of that fictional character that contains the letters “asmido”? At least two people on a game show for literate people could not figure it out. Competitors faced off on the Wheel of

Final Fantasy Brave Exvius gets new Ariand Grande character

Ariana Grande is in Final Fantasy. It’s true. You may still be in denial but the pop singer really is a video game character now. Maybe some of you don’t like the idea of her infiltrating your
Age of Empires IV announced, a sequel that’s a decade long overdue

Age of Empires IV announced, a sequel that’s a decade long overdue

There are very few games that can claim to fame and even active fans over a span of decades. One of those is the Age of Empires franchise. First released in 1997, it was hailed as a mix of Sid Meier’s
GTA Online Smuggler’s Run to take game to new heights, literally

GTA Online Smuggler’s Run to take game to new heights, literally

What could be better than running your own gangster’s paradise in a fictional world? Why, sharing that world with others, of course! Whether as allies or rivals, GTA Online at least lets you

Fight Darth Vader in your living room with Lenovo’s new Star Was AR system

On top of launching its own Windows 10 mixed reality headset at IFA 2017, Lenovo also announced it has entered a partnership with animation giant Disney for the new Star Wars: Jedi Challenge system.
Nintendo unloads a ton of game news for Switch, 3DS

Nintendo unloads a ton of game news for Switch, 3DS

It wasn’t too long ago, less than month actually, when Nintendo revealed a massive list of indie games that will be coming to the Nintendo Switch. Apparently it was just getting started. At its latest
Pokemon Playhouse: Gotta start ‘em young

Pokemon Playhouse: Gotta start ‘em young

Although initially intended for young gamers, Pokemon quickly became a grownup’s playground. Especially with “spinoffs” like Pokemon GO. In trying to bring the game back to its roots, Pokemon Company

Piggy Wiggy is just another physics puzzler (review)

There have been a lot of physics-type mobile games that have gone on to huge success in the market. From Angry Birds, to Cut The Rope, to Chalk Ball…these are houlehold names these days. The
Street Fighter 5 adds Zeku as a playable character

Street Fighter 5 adds Zeku as a playable character

Street Fighter might seem to simply be a fighting game for many outsiders, but fans know that the franchise has a rich lore that goes beyond the flashy combos and button mashing. The game has dozens
Game Dev Tycoon is coming to Android in January

Game Dev Tycoon is coming to Android in January

You may recall Game Dev Story, a mobile game where you had to create and manage your own game company. It is still popular, but it has largely stayed unchanged since it arrived on the Play Store in

PinOut brings you back to your pinball glory daze (review)

I’m guessing that you have not played a game of pinball in a good long while. Let alone thought about pinball, for that matter. For a brief moment in your life, this quarter-played arcade staple was a

China turned clapping for its president into a virtual game

The Chinese government won’t let its citizens Google search, like a Facebook post, or watch a YouTube video — but if people want to virtually clap for their president’s speech, a new game has them
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp puts a campsite on your phone

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp puts a campsite on your phone

Although not as revered as franchises like Super Mario (already there) and Zelda (coming next!), Nintendo’s Animal Crossing has easily endeared itself to gamers for its Sims-like open-ended time-sink

Tinycards is a powerful, but fun, flash card tutor (review)

Flash cards don’t have the most “fun” reputation, am I right? The utterance of the term brings about the specter of a coming test; of hours or repetition in your bedroom….memorizing, guessing, and