Monthly Archives: July 2014

The Witcher Adventures: Damn Those Swamps! (Plus An Introduction)

As always, you can click on images to view larger versions. So, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is set to release in February 2015, and I’m pleased to see it’s among the most hotly anticipated upcoming releases. I wrote briefly … Continue reading

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Rollin’ Rollin’ Rollin’: The Ball

As always, you can click on screenshots to view larger versions. Those who read my Indie Platformer Marathon series may remember my post about Unmechanical, a lovely game that turned out not to be a platformer after all. In that … Continue reading

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Wishful Thinking: Han Solo Simulator

As always, you can click on images to view larger versions. Writing my recent post about The Precursors, and how it attempts to be a dream game by coupling a free-roaming space sim with a first-person shooter/role-playing game, reminded me … Continue reading

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Another Link In The: RPG Maker Chain Game

Longtime readers may remember that I wrote about the “chain game” Chain of Retribution a couple of years ago. It was developed by seven people in succession, each handing the game off to the next after their portion of the … Continue reading

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From Russia With Bugs: The Precursors

Remember that you can click on screenshots for bigger versions. There are some games that achieve such cult status that people still play them years, even decades after they were released. Often, this devotion is reserved for the catalogs of … Continue reading

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