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Divinity: Original Sin Review

by Diego Escala - on Jul 26th 2014 - No Comments

Divinity: Original Sin Developer: Larian Studios Price: $40 Platform: PC A Steam copy of Divinity: Original Sin was supplied to us Larian Studios of Divinity fame dropped the super cool Divinity: Dragon Commander last year (read our review of that here if you missed it) and this year they’re going back to basics with a more traditional...

Misfit Shine Review – Passive, Minimalistic and Affordable

by Austin Paul Adamson - on Jul 1st 2014 - No Comments

The Misfit Shine is a minimalistic, passive activity tracker with iOS and Android support and a sleek, futuristic aesthetic. ...

Monochroma Review

by Diego Escala - on Jun 22nd 2014 - No Comments
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Monochroma Developer: Nowhere Studios Price: $20 Platform: PC A PC code for Monochroma was supplied to us After a mildly successful Kickstarter campaign Monochroma is finally out and while it tries to evoke memories of games like Little Inferno, Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, and Limbo it unfortunately fails to capture the essence of those...

Steam Sale Survival Guide

by Diego Escala - on Jun 19th 2014 - No Comments


When wallets and F5 keys gather ’round the campfire to tell scary stories to each other they all involve Valve’s infamous Steam sales. It’s that special time of the year when a flood of sales will wash over Steam and PC gamers suddenly become no different from meth addicts as they stare wide eyed at the countdown timer to get their next fix of sales. (more…)

Using Technology To Start A Healthy Lifestyle

by Austin Paul Adamson - on Jun 15th 2014 - No Comments

Summer is right around the corner, and we decided that it will mark the perfect time to start a series of features giving you information and first hand opinions on different technology based tools that will make exercise and forming healthy lifestyle habits an entertaining experience. ...

Awesome Austin’s E3 2014 – Day 3

by Austin Paul Adamson - on Jun 14th 2014 - No Comments


The Three E show is officially over. It didn’t end without me getting to check out some interesting things on the last day. I spent most of the day running around to different meeting halls. At one point during the day I made it out to the promotional food truck for Gauntlet, which had been spending the week giving out free turkey legs and candy apples. The line had closed because they ran out of turkey, but the man turning people away said I could wait in line for an apple. When I got to the front I told the chef “I would like all of the candy apples that I can carry please.” He proceeded to hand me a box of 40 peanut rolled, candy dipped apples. Best E3 giveaway ever.


Awesome Austin’s E3 2014 – Day Two

by Austin Paul Adamson - on Jun 12th 2014 - No Comments


The second day of the Electronic Three has come to an end. Day two was cooler, calmer and just more relaxed in general because I knew where things were and what I wanted to see. Unfortunately, thanks to mandatory ID check at EVERY entrance, I missed my Call of Duty Advance Warfare hands on meeting. Fortunately I have a pretty good idea what a COD game will play like, and I was able to get hands on with a larger variety. (more…)

Awesome Austin’s E3 2014 – Day One

by Austin Paul Adamson - on Jun 11th 2014 - No Comments


It’s that magical time of year again when all of the big developers in gaming bring their warez to Los Angeles in an effort to draw the attention of the world. I spent a lot of the day getting a feel for the floor, and experiencing the sweltering heat over at the Microsoft booth. (more…)

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