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By corib3ar On 29 May, 2015 At 11:05 AM | Categorized As Featured, Games, PC Games, Power the Indie, Reviews | With Comments Off on Review: Toren
Toren

  I don’t normally wait this long after finishing a game to write a review. I like my thoughts to be fresh and I think my gut instinct about a game is the most honest. With Toren, I found it hard to trust what I was feeling because it felt like a good game. I’m […]


By corib3ar On 19 May, 2015 At 10:33 AM | Categorized As Featured, Games, PC Games, Reviews | With Comments Off on Review: Sins of a Dark Age
MOBA

Can I call Sins of a Dark Age SoDA for short? Or SoaDA but that’s not as cool. Let me start by saying I know it’s hard to start any MOBA. Even if you’re a seasoned veteran, the different playing styles, items, and champions are a huge handicap when it comes to learning a new […]


Orion Prelude

Last year, Basher convinced me to play ORION: Dino Horde during the free weekend claiming it to be something that we might have fun doing. We did not, the game was terrible. A year later, ORION had another free weekend and it was my turn to convince him to play it. ORION: Prelude (formally ORION: […]


Upper One Games

Just when you think that platformers aren’t going to get any better, one comes along that questions your judgement. Never Alone, by Upper One Games, is one of those. Education in games is all or nothing. Either a game is going to teach you something or absolutely nothing. I loved the way that Never Alone gave […]


Coffee Stain Studios

Sanctum 2 is next on the list! Sanctum 2….Sanctum 2….what is it about this game….? Oh yeah. Made by the same people who developed Goat Simulator. Perfect. I don’t know if I was more starry-eyed when this game came out or if now I’m really biased towards anything Coffee Stain Studios makes, but I kind […]


Starbreeze Studios

There was a lot of thought put into what game I would play first in my month-long quest to die of exhaustion. In the end, I chose to start with Brothers-A Tale of Two Sons. I’m not sure why, but it wasn’t hard to pick this game. Something about it made me want to talk […]


corib3ar

The Steam Summer Sale brings out the worst in me. Hundreds of games available for dirt cheap prices? And not shitty games found in the bottom of a bargain bin at your local flea market. These are actual good, playable games. Needless to say, I went kind of crazy this year. Crazy to the point […]


By corib3ar On 8 Apr, 2014 At 11:28 AM | Categorized As Featured, Games News, Power the Indie, Reviews | With No Comments
PowerTheIndie

A few exciting updates to report on featuring some of our favorite games here at BiasBear. Motte Island Now Available on Steam I can’t repeat enough how much we love One Aperture and Motte Island. They are a dev company that video game reporters look forward to working with and their début game Motte Island […]


By corib3ar On 7 Apr, 2014 At 08:41 PM | Categorized As Featured, Games, Reviews, Videos | With No Comments