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New atmospheric Caffeine Trailer

A new Caffeine Trailer (number 4) from Incandescent Imaging has been released today, and it is quite immersive. Check it out below:   In this Unreal Engine 4 sci-fi horror game you awake, as a young boy, alone on a space station. You can [...] Read more
Marco Boschini |  11 April, 2014

Betrayer Review – Just Missing A Few Colors

You wake up on a beach in colonial America after having survived a shipwreck. The whole world is painted in black and white and all you hear is the sound of waves crashing and birds chirping in the distance, yet, something feels off. As you [...] Read more
Francesco Ramazzotti |  9 April, 2014

Awesomenauts PS4 To Be Released On March 4 and 5

Ronimo Games announced in a press release that Awesomenauts PS4 is finally being released next week, after some last minute delays (the game was originally scheduled for the platform’s launch , and then they suggested it could have been [...] Read more
Alessio Palumbo |  26 February, 2014

The Witness: Jonathan Blow Gives 10 Min Walkthrough

Ever since itss announcement at the Playstation 4 reveal, we haven’t heard or seen much about Jonathan Blow‘s latest creation, The Witness. Luckily, the mind behind the indie hit Braid has prepared a rather lengthy 10 minute [...] Read more
Francesco Ramazzotti |  17 February, 2014

The Banner Saga released, watch the trailer

As already anticipated in our article The Best Upcoming RPGs 2014, The Banner Saga releases today, January 14.   Developed by ex-BioWare team members, the game features a single player driven Viking story, in which player can choose where [...] Read more
Marco Boschini |  14 January, 2014

Dean Hall: Rust is a great game, no DayZ clone

The proliferation of multiplayer sandbox/survival games with zombies (or similar) is almost out of control lately. After the early success of DayZ as an Arma II mod, many developers have been trying to replicate it and perhaps improve upon it, [...] Read more
Alessio Palumbo |  14 January, 2014

The Best Upcoming RPGs – 2014 To Be The Golden Age

For the gaming industry, 2013 was an exciting year with the release of next-gen consoles and a slew of ground-breaking new titles.  Looking ahead at what we can expect from 2014, it appears safe to predict this next year will go on record as one [...] Read more
HPerquin |  8 January, 2014

RPG Kingdom Come Deliverance teaser and first screens

After a few years of work, one of the first next gen games to be shown (although in a very early version) has been properly revealed: its name is Kingdom Come Deliverance, and it will be a historical, open world role playing game.     [...] Read more
Alessio Palumbo |  19 December, 2013

The most graphically impressive 3DS title: Iron Fall

Earlier today indie developer VD Dev released a new tech demo for their Spring 2014 title Iron Fall.     Running at a constant 60 FPS, Iron Fall looks to be the most impressive 3DS game yet. The third person shooter boasts many [...] Read more
Dave Aubrey |  3 November, 2013

Blood of the Werewolf Review

Challenging platformers aren’t exactly lacking these days, and although action-platformers are slightly less in abundance they’re still very frequent. It takes a lot for difficult platformers to stand out from the crowd of excellent [...] Read more
Danny Hodges |  3 November, 2013


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