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Deathfire: Ruins of Nethermore Is Officially Cancelled

Deathfire: Ruins of Nethermore Is Officially Cancelled

Deathfire: Ruins of Nethermore has been officially cancelled. The indie RPG was killed off during the early hours of December 21st with a long post on the game’s official site. The post thanks people for their support and highlights how satisfying it was to see a community grow in front of their very eyes.   The reasons for the cancellation are stated within the post. It seems a lack of funds is the key reason behind the games cancellation with crowd funding proving not to be a truly viable option. The initial goal of $50,000 was said not to be enough, and would only result in the game being cancelled...

Legends of Persia Release Date Revealed

Legends of Persia Release Date Revealed

Legends of Persia, a indie RPG that’s been creating quite a buzz within circles, has finally got a release date window. The action adventure, Diablo-esque, title from Sourena Game Studio will launch in January 2014. Legends of Persia will includes all the traditional features of the genre such as item usage, character building/progression along with a storyline. The plot focuses Keykhorso, son of Persian prince Sivavosh, who in the name of his father’s blood seeks to take revenge upon Afrasiab, the king of Tooran…who just happened to kill Keykhoro’s father. The indie effort boasts over 8 hours of singe-player action with 5 locations and more than 200 weapons and items...

A History of Call of Duty: Achievement, Progress, & Decline

A History of Call of Duty: Achievement, Progress, & Decline

Call of Duty is one of the more curious franchises in today’s videogame landscape. The series itself was the product of a stagnated and dried out series of games that left a number of developers frustrated and bored. When Call of Duty first hit the masses, its set pieces and intense action were met with praise and admiration. Even then it took heavy influences from popular TV and films, much like it continues to do now, but back then it was more than welcomed. But when did people become tired of the CoD staples? Did people really have enough of a good thing? Or are people just being too critical?...

Rise of The Triad Review

Rise of The Triad Review

Some games want to challenge the player, to make them feel emotional. Some games want to answer the question of “can video games be art?” And some games, like Rise Of The Triad, say “f**k that, let’s have some fun.” Rise Of The Triad is a remake of the ’90s cult hit of the same name. At its very core, the game is a ’90s-esque first-person shooter in both its gameplay and attitude, and this isn’t a bad thing by any definition. Fancy cinematic sequences, quick-time events, and a grounded story are all thrown out in favor of fast-paced action, big guns, and cheesy one-liners, bringing the genre back to...

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