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Crowdfunding Spotlight-Perception, Light Fall, Through the Woods

  This time around, my Kickstarter Spotlight is super horror based. Which is weird because I can’t do horror games and I probably won’t play them. Doesn’t mean they don’t look like great games and I won’t promote them, but seriously, these are a little terrifying. Perception by Deep End Games Triggering your senses is […]

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aNote – Awesome is an Understatement

Awesome Note – Organize your Life aNote – or Awesome Note as they like to call it – is the ultimate in phone productivity. It’s easily one of my most used apps just because it has the features of a calendar, notepad, shopping list, and to do list meshed together in a simple, yet attractive […]

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[PodCast] theMulticast: Sony Playstation 4 Conference @themultitap

@corib3ar joins us today on theMulticast! Just the cynic we need to break down the Playstation 4 conference. Looks like it’s that time again. A new console is here to wow us and boy does it fail. theMulticast is not buying what Sony is selling right now. On today’s show we go through the conference […]

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The Pantech Discover Vs. The Sony Xperia TL – Two Sleek, Sexy And Cool Phones

Of course, coolness is a factor when you’re looking into buying a new mobile phone. We all want cool phones that look good on our desks and impress our friends. But we have to look at other things as well. For example, today’s two phone picks are both equally attractive. We’re looking at the Pantech […]

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[PodCast] theMulticast: Bungie’s Destiny. Why the Hype? @themultitap

Bungie’s Destiny. Why the Hype?   Today on the show we have @flygirlgamers and @mattshotcha on the panel. Prepare for your weekly Spartan Ops update with Digital Distraction as she lets you know if it is still worth keeping up with. Finish the fight…Again. Also, Matt is hungover and wired. To be expected as he […]


 
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Typoman Chapter 1 Walkthrough (Video and Text)

Posted  March 10, 2018  by  corib3ar

This is a Chapter One walkthrough for Typoman by Brainseed Factory. Typoman is available on Steam and Nintendo Switch. Chapter One You’ll fall down a cliff after the cutscene and you’ll see a P and Move all of them towards the GATE and create the word OPEN. This will wake up the Gorged. You won’t […]

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Typoman Prologue Walkthrough (Video and Text)

Posted  March 10, 2018  by  corib3ar

This is a Prologue walkthrough for Typoman by Brainseed Factory. Typoman is available on Steam and on the Nintendo Switch. Prologue Roll along and drop through the gap labeled DR P When you get to PLANK, roll into it a few times until it falls over You’ll receive your body after this Hop to the […]

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PAX East Maestros of Video Games Panel

Posted  March 6, 2018  by  corib3ar

What does it take to write music for video games? Hear from five of the industry’s top composers as they share their experiences and discuss the craft of scoring music for video games. The 2018 PAX East composer panel “Maestros of Video Games” will feature the following music star lineup: Kristofer Maddigan Cuphead. Wilbert Roget, […]

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Radiation Island Early Game – Learn From My Mistakes

Posted  March 6, 2018  by  corib3ar

How is this game only $2.99 on iOS but $9.99 on Steam and Switch? Radiation Island by Atypical Games got amazing reviews on all other systems and I wanted to try it out for my Switch. I hated Radiation Island at first. You know when… you finish a game and you have all these powers […]

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AbleGamers Train Jam 2018 Sponsored Winners Journey to GDC

Posted  March 1, 2018  by  corib3ar

Guys. There’s a competition where you can make a game on a train. It’s called Train Jam and I think it’s my new life goal. Train Jam, which was founded in 2013 by video game developer Adriel Wallick, inspires developers from diverse backgrounds and cultures to go beyond their comfort zones and let their creativity […]

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Grads in Games Awards Categories Announced and Nominations Opened

Posted  March 1, 2018  by  corib3ar

The Grads In Games Awards are designed to recognize the individuals and institutions that have made a real impact in improving the links between the games industry and education. The award categories for 2018 are: Academic Award: Lecturers & academics who have demonstrated a real, positive impact with their students. Educational Institution Award: Universities and academic institutions […]

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Happy Pokémon Day!

Posted  February 27, 2018  by  corib3ar

Pokémon Day! Pokémon Day! Pokémon Day! Pokémon Day on a Monday is probably the best day. Food for thought. On February 27, 1996, the first Pokémon video games, Pokémon Red and Pokémon Green, launched in Japan, kicking off a global phenomenon that would grow to be one of the most popular and influential entertainment brands in the world […]

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Stream.me PUBG Invitational Announced

Posted  February 26, 2018  by  corib3ar

I feel like all multiplayer games are hoping to be the next eSports contender. I get it. It’s good for the game. I just worry that certain aspects of gaming are going to be overlooked to make way for this generation of competition. Auzom Premiere League (APL) will be hosting a professional PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds exclusively on Stream.me from […]

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