InDis – Ep 338 – What 4th Wall?
 

Episode 338

Audio Podcast

 
InDis – Ep 337 – Shadow of Destiny Infinity
 

Episode 337

Audio Podcast

 
Darksiders II
 

Darksiders II

Review

 

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InDis – David S. Gallant Interview

InDis – David S. Gallant Interview 

You asked for it and here it is! This is an extended interview with David S. Gallant, the creator of the controversial game I Get This Call Everyday. We ask David to give us his account of what exactly has been going on, then go into his development background and what he hopes to achieve from this [...]

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Mass Effect 3

Mass Effect 3
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Thank you Star Wars. Thank you Battlestar Galactica. Thank you Star Trek. Thank you H.P. Lovecraft. Thank you every science fiction writer for laying the way for Bioware to create and wonderfully conclude this epic that is Mass Effect. Coming into Mass Effect 3 after enjoying its amazing previous title, I was worried that it [...]

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Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning

Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning
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There is something about an ambitious brand new IP coming from a development team full of all-star fantasy entertainment creators that really get my nerd juices flowing, and Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning definitely fits that bill. Imagine the hack-and-slash gameplay of the best Action/RPG, mix it with the open world aspects of a Fallout or [...]

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The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Review

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Review
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Bethesa has done it again. After five years since Oblivion’s critical success, they have created yet another potentially legendary hit, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Skyrim takes everything great about the series and attempts to fix everything that is bad. However, some of the bad remains. I cannot completely blame Bethesda considering the intimidating amount [...]

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Nitronic Rush

Nitronic Rush
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I friggin’ love free games and who better to release them than students at Digipen Institute of Technology? Team Nitronic has created an amazing game called Nitronic Rush. Inspired by Tron and Rez, this San-Francisco-Rush-esque game offers engaging and pulse-pumping gameplay in the form of a classical arcade rac … well … I am not [...]

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Battlefield 3

Battlefield 3
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The battle of the big Fall releases has started and EA and DICE’s behemoth Battlefield 3 has finally hit stores. Battlefield 3 is the latest iteration of the extremely popular multiplayer centric Battlefield series. Battlefield 3 is a modern military shooter that also focuses mainly on its multiplayer component, which is probably a good thing because the [...]

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From Dust

From Dust
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When I hear a game attributed to the god game genre, I expect a heavily immersive epic that celebrates the human existence. Currently, developers find it difficult to make games that meet the new and lofty achievements accomplished by ever evolving indie games like Dwarf Fortress. This also makes them hard pressed to introduce creative [...]

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Dead Island

Dead Island
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Dead Island has, by far, the worst case of multiple personality disorder I have ever seen. From Borderlands to Dead Rising to Dead Space to Left 4 Dead, the game oddly combines the best of each into one beefy hybrid. After players having endured a five year spike in zombie games, Techlands gives us a [...]

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Deus Ex: Human Revolution

Deus Ex: Human Revolution
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Every once in a while a game defines a genre. It gets released into the public and becomes an instant classic, to which very few games(including sequels) can live up to. In 2000, PC gamers were introduced to one of these games called Deus Ex. Deus Ex was both critically and commercially acclaimed and some [...]

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The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings

The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings
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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.

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