Another week, another brawl, another chance to earn 1000 gold for three quick games on Heroes of the Storm. Of course, “quick” has become somewhat debatable in the weekly brawls because either Blizzard has run out of ideas for fun and quick brawls or they are testing the waters with every single idea someone throws at them. This week’s brawl …
Let’s be honest for a second. You’ve always wanted to know what it’s like to have access to cameras and be able to spy on someone. Now lets take it a couple steps further.
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Small Radios Big Televisions is an artistic game of puzzles and exploration, but mostly just doors, oh so many doors.
It often seems that I see the worst in games and rarely the best that it actually has to offer. And to no surprise, Oneshot clearly has its faults, but I rarely have this much praise for any game at all.
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POLYGOD is an FPS, played in a randomly generated 3-D platform maze. Now that in itself has a lot of potential to be fun with friends on multiplayer, but I have no friends so I can’t confirm that.
Never before have I played a game so brutally difficult yet pleasantly violent.
Laser Disco Defenders is vibrant, colorful and provides a type of masochistic pleasure only caused by a barrage lasers to the face. With perpetually ricocheting beams to dodge and avoid, players must maintain accuracy, speed, and awareness to survive their self-inflicted bullet hell.
Clustertruck’s fast paced platforming, coupled with the intensity and variety of music, really puts this platformer above and beyond the competition. These factors, along with many others, such as creating a certain strategy from getting from start to finish, kept me glued to my computer. As awesome and exciting as this game was, it was so brutal at the same …