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Adrian Woods Talks Escape the Hellevator!

Adrian Woods is a game developer, best known for his work on the Mystery Case Files. Selling over six million copies, the Mystery Case Files is widely agreed to be the forerunner of the hidden object puzzle game genre. Now Adrian has his own studio, Fezziwig, and he and his team are ready to bring some new dimesnions to the hidden object puzzle genre. Escape the Hellevator! is his teams first project, due to release soon on the Android, iTunes, and Amazon marketplaces. And before the games official release, I had a chance to talk to Adrian about EtH, and much more

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Interview with William Dube, creator of Indie game Jotun

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Dynamic exploration, discovering ancient runes, and battling gods! Those are just a few of the adventures that await you in the world of Jotun. Jotun is a 2D randomly generated action exploration game that puts you in the role of Thora, a Norse Warrior fighting her way through Purgatory hoping to earn her place in Valhalla. I recently had the chance to chat with William Dube, Indie game developer, lead designer, and founder of Thunder Lotus Games. He and his team currently have a Kickstarter to help fund the production of Jotun. So check out the our discussion and follow the link below to support this stellar game!

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I have been an avid fan off the Battlefield series since Bad Company came out in 2008. The newest title in the franchise, Battlefield 4 is trying to raise the bar of FPS multiplayer for the next generation of consoles. 

This new trailer shows the ridiculous amount of customizing that you can bring to the “Battlefield" (Hahaha…you get it?) Between this, 64 person multiplayer, and Commander mode, Battlefield 4 is shaping up to be one of the must have’s of the next generations launch titles. 

Battlefield 4 releases on October 29th for Xbox 360, PS3, and PC. November 15th for PS4, and finally November 22nd for Xbox One. 

(Source: joystiq.com)

I know it isn’t really gaming related…but it’s just to good to pass up. 

I know it isn’t really gaming related…but it’s just to good to pass up. 

Sep 9

I have been trying to get excited for Pokemon X and Y, the newest edition to the franchise. However, after seeing the “new” pokemon that are going to be released for this next generation it just isn’t doing it for me. This new trailer, that shows the Mega Evolutions of the original holy oak trinity, has me in a bind tough. I love gen 1, and Bulbasaur is my favorite starter of all time (Grass trainer for life son!). But the Mega Evolutions seem like an afterthought. Something that Game Freak decided to add on as more filler so a series that could be argued is mainly about grinding anyway. 

What are your thoughts on the upcoming Pokemon games. Do you feel that Mega Evolutions are unnecessary, or just the next step in this RPG. Leave a comment below and let us know how you feel. 

Sep 9

Watch Dogs Developers Shed More Light on Mobile App Integration

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The line between how people experience games is becoming harder to thinner as more and more developers are taking advantage of what new technology allows. One of the newest ways we see developers taking advantage of our :always online” society are mobile apps. Watch Dogs, an upcoming launch title for both PS4 and Xbox One will have a mobile app that faces friends in a head to head battle with Chicago as the virtual battlefield.

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Sep 9

Here is a gallery of some really cool Legend of Zelda themed art I found a while ago. I wasn’t able to find out the artist, or I would make sure to add a link to some of there other work. So if anyone knows who made these, leave a comment so I can post more of their work later. 

Sep 7
Clever girl

Clever girl

Sep 7
I don’t know if this picture is factual, insulting, or just funny. Maybe a little bit of each works. 

I don’t know if this picture is factual, insulting, or just funny. Maybe a little bit of each works. 

Sep 7