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September 29, 2011

Wot I Think: The Binding Of Isaac

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Stikbold & The Beautiful: ’70s-Styled Dodgeball With Whales

Local multiplayer games seemed a frustrating shame until recently: I’d see a cool art style or neat idea and then discover that I could only play it if I had people around my house. I hate having people around my house, beca...
by Graham Smith


The Lighthouse Customer: Robocraft

Each Monday, Chris Livingston visits an early access game and reports back with stories about whatever he finds inside. This week, building, driving, and flying robotic cube-tanks in the free-to-play Robocraft . My robotank, K...
by Christopher Livingston


Training Wheels: Train Simulator 2015 Introducing School

I sometimes fancy seeing virtual visiting the countryside in the driver’s cab of a virtual train, especially now I’ve seen the new Japanese DLC route inspired by Spirited Away , but know I’ll never put the time into teac...
by Alice OConnor



Of Guards And Thieves Is Like Tom Clancy’s Monaco

Sure, you could watch six rounds of Rainbow Six: Siege being played to get your daily fix of asymmetrical multiplayer, but that game isn’t out yet. Of Guards And Thieves meanwhile is a multiplayer stealth game which as seems...
by Graham Smith


Devil’s In The Draw Distance: Into The Gloom

Gloom is a fantastic word, too often ignored in the gaming world because a certain FPS takes all the ‘oom’ attention. Loom deserves some of the ‘oom’ love, of course, and perhaps a little should be spared for Into The ...
by Adam Smith