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Army of Two - Free game of the month

Army of two is one of those games where its basically you’ve had a shit day or something didn’t go according to plan or you just want to kill everything in plain sight. 130 more words

BristolGal

GAME REVIEW - The Minims - A New Beginning (iOS)

By Marty Mulrooney

The Minims – A New Beginning for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch is a point-and-click (point-and-touch?) adventure game created by beyondthosehills studio… 611 more words

Games

A Slowpoke's Guide to Gaming. Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel!

I play games late. Call it what you will, I just don’t get around to them with the rest of you release day machine gunners, with your LED Gaming Keyboard/Mouse combos, ironic Code Zero Mountain Dew six packs, and your…fancy hats. 1,399 more words

Collingwood vs St. Kilda Game Review

The weekend always seems better after a win. And what a win it was. Th lead up of anticipation made this game seem like it was going to be much closer than what it was, but the exclusion of Nick Riewoldt in the warm up meant that without their focal point in attack, St. 718 more words

Collingwood

Murasama Rebirth Review- かわいい~

Murasama Rebirth is a remake of the original Murasama game for the Wii. With vibrant hand drawn  3D art,  and the fast paced exhilarating gameplay will keep you busy on the go! 259 more words

Anime

Littlewargame

Littlewargame (yes it is one word) is an online RTS (real-time strategy) game. It is browser-based and runs on HTML5. This means you do not need to download, get any plugins or register to play the game. 271 more words

Indie Games

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A wonderful review of Littlewargame, and also has some great points! Thank you macleodn!

Game report: New England 12 @ Toronto 15

Overall, this was a pretty entertaining game and not just because my team won. There were a bunch of interesting moments in this game, as well as a few frustrating ones, one scary one, and for me, one that was terrifying. 1,401 more words

Toronto Rock