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Big City Stories launching August 23rd on PS4

Hellfire Games is looking to fuse together the genres of city-building, open-world, and MMO with its latest free-to-play game: Big City Stories. Continue reading Big City Stories launching August 23rd on PS4

MONG Podcast 130 | True Crimes: Mushroom Kingdom

Join the podcast crew of Myles Farrington, Adam Leonard and Jordan Loeffler as they mull and converse over the most topical of news. From Microsoft backing off their Play Anywhere statements and Red Dead Redemption becoming backwards compatible to Evolve becoming free-to-play and so much more! Don’t forget the hilarious Kojima quotes and the Thought from Nowhere! Welcome to the MONG podcast, enjoy! Continue reading MONG Podcast 130 | True Crimes: Mushroom Kingdom

Kill Strain release date announced, PlayStation Plus members get it early

Kill Strain is set to arrive on PlayStation 4 July 19th, unless you’re a PlayStation Plus member, in which case you can get your hands on it earlier.  Continue reading Kill Strain release date announced, PlayStation Plus members get it early

Free-to-Play Pushmo Game Available Now

In a surprise addition to this week’s 3DS downloads, Nintendo has released a free-to-play version of the lovable Pushmo puzzle game series. Titled Stretchmo, the new game is available now for all 3DS owners at no charge.

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It’s All About the Dates, Nintendo, and Batman

The next Telltale Game of Thrones episode is sneaking up on us, Dragon Age: Inquisition’s first DLC has been announced, and there’s big Nintendo news coming! Can you handle it?! Not to mention the rather well-put opinions of CEO Satoru Iwata on the label “Free to Play.” It can’t all be good news, however, as Batman Arkham Knight is moving a bit further back on the horizon. Continue reading It’s All About the Dates, Nintendo, and Batman

Warframe Review Xbox One

A GOOD GAME MIRED IN SMALL PROBLEMS

In 2008 the Canadian studio Digital Extremes released a game called Dark Sector, a gritty action game about a special operations soldier who got infected by a new biological weapon that turned his arm into an oversized throwing star. It did okay, but it had strayed away from its original vision of an awesome space ninja in a super-powered suit of armor. Enter Warframe. Digital Extremes took that vision and turned it into the free-to-play mission-based shooter we have today. It originally released for PlayStation 4 last November as a launch game and it has been in beta form on PC since March 2013. Finally Xbox One owners get a chance to see what this game is all about.

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