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It’s official: Tribe One will be melting our eardrums Friday night at Battle and Brew for this year’s InDisFest! He’s helping us craft a great InDis experience, so we are going to lend our talented friend-of-the-show a hand. Tribe and friends Adam WarRock, Jesse Dangerously, Mikal kHill, recently recorded a record to help them raise [...]
I have to get it off my chest: Ken Gao’s To The Moon is fantastic! As a man, I am not afraid to admit I have emotions, so believe me when I say that I was reduced to a sobbing ball of tears after completing the game. Its story structure is perfectly crafted to evoke [...]
So recently on the show we talked about THQ and how much we love them and wanted you guys to support them. I even mentioned that you guys should pick up Space Marine while it was $18 on Steam like I did. We told everyone to buy Darksiders II as well.
Planning on buying Skyrim? Torn between which system to buy it for? I am here to tell you that, if you have a computer that can run it, the PC version will be the best bang for your buck. For those of you who aren’t computer savvy or owned Morrowind or any recent Bethesda game [...]
I have exciting news for all my fellow Portal 2 fans who are planning on attending InDisFest 3rd Strike! We’re going to be holding a Portal 2 co-op speed run tournament! The rules are very simple. Get together a two man team and signup here in the forums! I’ll be giving you four different possible [...]
You know what I get really excited about? Original IPs with a stylistic presentation. If it is anything, El Shaddai is definitely that. Hitting 360 and PS3 on 8/16, El Shaddai seems to be the most interesting title in August by far. Check out the official trailer after the jump.
For those who are not familiar with the Witcher series, it is based off a mid-90s Polish book series of the same name by Andrzej Sapkowski. Though not having personally been able to read the series since only one book of the five has been translated to English, I have heard that the Witcher games maintain the thematic elements Sapkowski establishes in the books. People are used to black and white storytelling where there is a clear line between good and evil. This is not so in the Witcher. A majority of the game is making decisions that have no clear moral binding.
Don’t you love that 2D MetroidVanias keep popping up but are not Metroid or ‘Vania? BloodRayne now joins the ranks with the latest 2D side scrolling hack and slash adventure: Betrayal. Check out the trailer after the jump.
Bastion is the first game from the little developer with big talent, Supergiant Games. This original action RPG is sure to make your jaw drop with it’s stunning hand-painted 2D aesthetic. Check out the official trailer after the break!