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Chaos Ride Speeds Onto Steam Greenlight

Chaos Ride

Sc0tt Games has dropped a new game on Steam’s Greenlight service and it’s called Chaos Ride. This game is pure speed. It fits into the growing trend within the indie community to explore futuristic racing titles that go over and beyond with pushing the limits of hand-eye coordination and break-neck speed reflexes. Words can’t do this game justice, which is why it’s a good thing Sc0tt Games let loose a slick new trailer. Continue reading



Adam Baldwin On #GamerGate: It’s A Long War. Consumers Will Be The Decision Makers

Adam Baldwin

It’s a long war indeed. We’re heading into week five of #GamerGate, and there have been many casualties on both sides. However, gamers have proven resilient. Years of playing 40 hour+ role-playing games, and spending endless nights competing in online FPS titles have conditioned the gamer to deal with attrition unlike any other. If this war has to go into the holiday season, it will. Adam Baldwin reiterates that point in a new interview where he lays out his position in this whole #GamerGate debacle. He also offers up some insightful wisdom and words of encouragement, as everything continues to unfold and expand in ways gamers never thought possible. Continue reading

The Fine Young Capitalists: Afterlife Empire Wins Over Gamer Vote

Afterlife Empire

Voting has finished and the game that the community wants to see get made under The Fine Young Capitalists’ banner is a scare-park simulator called Afterlife Empire. The title is very similar to old classics like Haunting: Starring Polterguy for the Sega Genesis and PlayStation classics such as Deception. Continue reading

Space Engineers: Star Wars Trench Run, Millennium Falcon Mods Added

Space Engineers

There’s some sexy new mods made available for Space Engineers. I know, I know, this is still good news that doesn’t touch on the scabby dragonsaur known as #GamerGate, but I would suggest you soak up this clean bit of gaming culture because there’s plenty of time to dive back into the cesspool of corruption and collusion that encapsulates the games journalism ring. For now, you can take refuge in this bit of news that celebrates the creative minds that inhabit Steam’s Workshop for Keen Software House’s open-space simulator. Continue reading

Giana Sisters 2 Targeting Wii U, Xbox One, PS4 By Early 2016

Giana Sisters 2

Here’s a bit of a break from all the completely depressing and downing #GamerGate news (and be warned, there’s more inbound, so hang on to your butts). But there’s news coming out of Nintendo Life indicating that the Kickstarted platformer from Black Forest Games will be getting a sequel. That’s right, there’s a Giana Sisters 2 currently being prototyped for the eighth generation home consoles. Continue reading

The Escapist Gets Hit By DDoS Attacks For Supporting #GamerGate

GamerGate

The Escapist Magazine’s forum has been hit with a DDoS attack. The last mega-bastion of safety, planning and taking in the refugees of the dismantled 4chan nation has briefly fallen. It’s not a fatal blow, but it’s a big enough hit to show that #GamerGate is making serious headway. In fact, after the Game Journalism Professional e-mails went live over on Breitbart, it’s been a steady downhill fall for the anti-#GamerGate crowd. Continue reading

#GamerGate: Devs Call Games Journalists ‘Weasel Axis’, Composed Of Charlatans, Agitators

Weasel Axis

There’s no denying that the disgusting display of so-called video game journalists has become a black mark on the video game industry. After Breitbart writer Milo Yiannopoulos uncovered the cabal of gaming journalists colluding to dictate how they would and would not cover the #GamerGate scandal, things all fell into place, outing just how corrupt the games journalism ring really is. Worse yet is the temerity these moral assailants carry about them, with the leader of the group and senior editor at Ars Technica, Kyle Orland, exclaiming on Twitter “I regret nothing”. Well, developers are tired of these domineering hijackers of truth, and they’ve made their voices known in a recent interview. Continue reading

Torment: Tides Of Numenera First Gameplay Video Released

Torment: Tides of Numenera

A new video has been released from inXile Entertainment for Torment: Tides of Numenera, the long awaited spiritual successor to Planescape: Torment. The new video features three full minutes of gameplay of the upcoming isometric role-playing title, which was Kickstarted by gamers looking to bring back fun, entertainment and excitement to the world of gaming. Continue reading