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Cobalt Delayed

on Mon, Oct 26, 2015 | By Ryan

Mojang have announced that their upcoming game Cobalt has been delayed. Cobalt was originally scheduled to be released this month, but has now been pushed back until February 2016. The reason for the delay has been noted as still having some in-game bugs that needed to be fixed. Mojang released this statement… “We’ve...

Retro Review: Daytona USA

on Mon, Oct 26, 2015 | By Ryan

I’m pretty sure by now everyone knows that i was one of the very few people who owned a Sega Saturn in the United States. While I owned my share of sports titles and Sonic games, I did have some other games for it as well. One game in particular that I owned was a racing game called Daytona USA. This game...

Canadian Video Game Awards Nominations Open

on Mon, Oct 26, 2015 | By Ryan

Nominations for the 6th annual Canadian Video Game Awards are now open and will be closed on October 31. The Awards feature games developed in Canada between November 1, 2014 and October 31, 2015. The award categories are the following…   Best Console Game Best Downloadable Game Best Game on the...

Blood Bowl: Kerrunch Released

on Mon, Oct 26, 2015 | By Ryan

Today, Cyanide has released the spinoff to Blood Bowl, Blood Bowl: Kerrunch, on iOS and Android devices. The game features Orcs, Humans, Skaven, Dwarf, and Wood Elf races as you play through 10 divisions on your way to Blood Bowl glory. Coaches can also compete against each other in League Mode as well as...

Burnout Paradise Confirmed For Xbox One Compatibility

on Mon, Oct 26, 2015 | By Ryan

The Burnout franchise has become a popular racing series among gamers over the past decade. Lots of fans shave been asking if Burnout Paradise would be backwards compatible with Xbox One in the near future. Well now it seems we finally have an answer. Criterion Games announced via Twitter that Burnout Paradise...

Preview: Pro Gamer Manager

on Mon, Oct 26, 2015 | By Ryan

I was recently on Steam looking for games that were in the Game Dev genre since I’ve really had a blast with those kind of games. One game that caught my eye was a recently released game called Pro Gamer Manager. Judging by the pictures it reminded me a lot of Game Dev Tycoon in the way that the camera was...

Goblins & Grottos Starts Closed Alpha

on Mon, Oct 26, 2015 | By Ryan

The folks over at Goblin Portal and Psychic Software have started a closed Alpha of their upcoming Stealth/Puzzle Platformer Goblins & Grottos. In Goblins & Grottos you play as a goblin trying to escape from a team of greedy adventurers and will include a built-in level editor and an online sharing...

Steam To Start Support For New Currencies

on Sun, Oct 25, 2015 | By Ryan

With the ever growing markets that are seeing an increase in PC Gaming and the easy access of Steam Machines, it shouldn’t be a surprising that many different currencies would have to be added to Steam. Starting November 3, four new currencies will be accepted on Steam ahead of schedule. This is according to a screenshot from a closed Steam developers group. These include...

Bungie Reveals Why Destiny Is Missing Taken King Stuff

on Sun, Oct 25, 2015 | By Ryan

The Taken King expansion for Destiny has been a huge hit among players, but some have noticed that there are some thing missing from the expansion. Most notably is Cryptarch’s corruption engram missions. In the latest issue of Edge Magazine, Destiny Creative Director Luke Smith revealed what the issue...

Chrono Trigger Stab% World Record Broken

on Sat, Oct 24, 2015 | By Ryan

Chrono Trigger is not a stranger to anyone. Many people consider this to be one of the best, if not the best, RPG of all-time. Of course everyone always seem to think that the game takes forever to beat, but if you ever gone back to play it again, you’ll realize it’s not as long as you remember. Earlier...


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