Category:  News

By Kristen Spencer, February 14, 2014 Comments Off on Goat Simulator is real and coming to Steam News

Birthed into bleating, bloody existence by the will of the internet, Goat Simulator will be coming to Steam. As you may recall, Swedish developer Coffee Stain Studios was pretty clear from the get-go that their “alpha footage” of a goat… Read More »

By Kristen Spencer, February 13, 2014 Comments Off on The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 reaches Kickstarter funding goal News

Well, that was quick. The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 has reached its Kickstarter funding goal, raising $65,000 in under 30 hours. Meanwhile, my Indiegogo campign to hire an escort, the only qualification being bipedal (you get decidedly less choosey… Read More »

By Kristen Spencer, February 12, 2014 Comments Off on Flappy Birds creator grants strange interview to Forbes News

When Dong Nguyen uploaded Flappy Birds, the free-to-play mobile game in which players guide their pixelated avian avatar through an endless obstacle course of Super Mario-esque pipes, to the App Store last May, he had no idea it would go… Read More »

By Kristen Spencer, February 11, 2014 Comments Off on No objections! to Professor Layton/Phoenix Wright team-up News

Butch and Sundance. Han and Chewie. Batman and Superman (when the former isn’t tricking the latter into taking a nuclear missile to the chest). Great team-ups all, but none quite as awesome – well, as ivy league educated anyway –… Read More »

By Kristen Spencer, February 5, 2014 Comments Off on Assassin’s Creed: Freedom Cry stands alone News

Adewale, former slave and first mate of Assassin’s Creed: Black Flag protagonist Edward Kenway, is gaining his freedom a second time with the announcement that Assassin’s Creed: Freedom Cry has broken free from its DLC shackles. Now a stand-alone game,… Read More »

By Kristen Spencer, February 5, 2014 Comments Off on Goat Simulator releases alpha gameplay footage News

Coffee Stain Studios, the independent Swedish developer behind tower defense/FPS hybrid Sanctum, have released the first alpha gameplay of Goat Simulator. For those of you not up to date on your Bovidae-based IPs, Goat Simulator is a game that “brings… Read More »

By Kristen Spencer, February 4, 2014 Comments Off on Fable Anniversary now live, on Xbox Live News

More than a decade after its release on the original Xbox, Peter Molyneux’s chicken-kicking, beer-swilling, sand-goosing (Google it – we’ll wait) masterpiece has returned in stunning high definition. Now live on Xbox Live, Fable Anniversary features a remastered score, a… Read More »

By Kristen Spencer, January 24, 2014 Comments Off on Kingdom Come: Deliverance sets, meets Kickstarter goal News

A little less than 48 hours after launching their Kickstarter for open world medieval times  RPG Kingdom Come: Deliverance, Warhorse Studios has reached their funding goal. This means 2015 will be the year realistically rendered trebuchets take gaming by storm…. Read More »

By Kristen Spencer, January 22, 2014 Comments Off on A Story About My Uncle coming soon to Steam News

If you think its weird to see the phrases “first person shooter” and “non-violent” in the same sentence, prepare to be weirded out by A Story About My Uncle. The game, which until recently was actually just a demo, started… Read More »

By Kristen Spencer, January 15, 2014 Comments Off on Double Fine’s Broken Age: a terrific game that runs on my terrible computer News

Kickerstarter backers of Double Fine’s Broken Age, previously known as Double Fine Adventure, are already enjoying the cuddly crap out of Tim Schafer’s first point-and-click adventure game in 20 years. But the point of this post isn’t to rub your… Read More »