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The boys and girls at Valve have greenlit 75 interactive entertainment titles, including a few games that have some gamers so far up in arms that you would think that a retirement home full of Republicans were forced to sign up for Obamacare.
There aren't many games like WindForge around, even though the game is another side-scrolling survival title. What's rare about the game is the fact that it's all about the player and their airship: Your airship is your lifeblood.
I've had more time to put into Dragonfall for Shadowrun Returns, and the game just keeps getting better and better. Oh wow is it a far cry from the original Dead Man's Switch.
Nintendo Enthusiast's Jason Lepine will be spotlighting more than 120 upcoming games coming to the Wii U this year and next year. In the first of the multi-part video series, Lepine goes over all the noteworthy side-scrolling adventure games coming to Nintendo's new generation home console.
A couple of exciting new games have managed to join Steam's Greenlight service, including the physically hilarious Gang Beasts, the visually impressive Woolfe: Redhood Diaries, and the retrotastically awesome Galactic Princess.
Worried about the future of The Banner Saga following the King trademark debacle? Well, no need to worry because Stoic Studio is moving forward with two additional sequels for The Banner Saga
Ambitious indie start-up DOT Studio is looking into the whole role-playing, capture, trading, battling paradigm popularized by Game Freak, and they're doing so via Kickstarter.
Every single week on end since the original week when it launched, DayZ has been Steam's number one best selling game for an entire month. Since it's debut on December 16th, the game has gone on to triumph as a strong selling independent title on Steam.
Sony is still picking slim but picking right from the ripe library of the Glorious PC Master Race's bread and butter distribution portal... Steam. If it's fit for Steam then it's fit for the PS4... or so, that appears to be Sony's motto, as two more highly lauded games from the illustrious PC indie scene will make it onto Sony's newest console.
Two more games of rather interesting qualities have joined Steam's Greenlight, and both games have garnered a bit of their own form of controversy just for being exactly what they are. Although, one is a little more controversial than the other... for obvious reasons.
While Sony and Microsoft fanboys squabble over scraps from sub-par outings, barely-there 1080p and not-quite-60fps titles, PC gamers get to bask in the greatness of unrestricted hardware limitations, and independent games that can break boundaries and push the limits of interactive entertainment ingenuity.
Well, this is sure to brighten up any PC gamer's day. While this will be pegged as “rumor” just because that's how things go, it's been factually proven with some undeniable evidence consisting of an e-mail from Valve Software stating the start dates of their Autumn and Winter holiday sales.
Word on the street is that you're looking for a way to play Telltale's latest adventure game, The Wolf Among Us while you're riding the bus or sitting on the toilet. Well, we've got a bit of insider information that might tickle your fancy. Keep this on the download, okay, but it looks like TWAU is headed to the PlayStation Vita sometime this fall.
That's right, Megan Fox has done it; a successful Kickstarter campaign completed with room to spare. We also did it... here at Gaming Blend we just managed to get people to click into this article thinking that Megan Fox Kickstarted a little 3D Metroidvania platformer on a $20,000 budget. Yeah, it's still Megan Fox, but this ain't Transformers.
Survival horror fans with a taste for retro goodness will be happy to know that PC indie darling, Lone Survivor, is making its way to the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita soon. How soon? Well, in just a couple of days, as it turns out.