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Review: Monster Loves You

One of the major complaints among the gaming community is a lack of variety and creativity and design. Companies that are now well established have learned the formula for selling specific genres of games. Shooters are the most often accused [...]

September 6, 2014 Games and Gaming
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Towerfall Ascension Review

Towerfall Ascension *spoiler free*   Towerfall Ascension is a 2D action platformer on Steam recently released as a console port on the Playstation 4. Its ready to play game style is perfect for killing a few minutes of time before [...]

July 15, 2014 Games and Gaming
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Are Video Games on the Road to Change?

The video game world has changed over the years and not just when it comes to consoles. While our controllers have been riddled with triggers and buttons, the concept of the games has stayed consistent. However, the way in which [...]

January 6, 2013 Games and Gaming
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Are Video Games on the Road to Change?

The video game world has changed over the years and not just when it comes to consoles. While our controllers have been riddled with triggers and buttons, the concept of the games has stayed consistent. However, the way in which [...]

January 6, 2013 Features
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Double Fine’s Kickstarter Raises $1 Million!

Last night, Tim Schafer of Double Fine Studios announced that they would be launching a Kickstarter in order to fund a modern point and click adventure planned for release through Steam with a hopeful release date of October 2012. Tim’s reasoning [...]

February 9, 2012 Reviews
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Skyrim Creation Kit launching Tuesday alongside DLC rumors

Fans of Bethesda’s Elder Scrolls and Fallout series have long appreciated support from the company when it comes to allowing modification of the game world through the Construction Sets that existed for both Morrowind, Oblivion, and Fallout.  Well this Tuesday, [...]

February 4, 2012 Reviews
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Infamous Indie #1: Bastion

Ahoy, internet! Your Infamous Platypus here, with something new and a little different for you.  We’re surrounded by news and advertisements of high budget games every day. EA is adding an online pass for Kingdoms of Amalur, the Mass Effect [...]

January 29, 2012 Reviews
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Gamer Pulse – Black in the Saddle

With the bulk of the Fall 2011 releases behind us (speaking of which, check out my Super Mario 3D Land review), it’s no surprise that we’re seeing lots of more interesting and exciting news. It’s that time of year where [...]

December 2, 2011 Reviews
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Loving Fans & Killer Zombies

So you love a video game a whole lot. You have it, you’ve probably beaten it multiple times, and maybe you even own some merchandise from the game.  Perhaps you’ve even gone as far as cosplaying one of the characters [...]

October 24, 2011 Reviews
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Gamer Pulse: They’re Back!

Despite the loss of a great visionary, New York Comic Con being right around the corner, and the unannounced absence of Gamer Pulse, this week has been fairly slow, at least in terms of gaming news. However, your Infamous Platypus [...]

October 7, 2011 Reviews
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Gamer Pulse: Hot Water

Apparently, this is dangerous week to live on the East Coast of the United States. On Tuesday, a 5.8 magnitude earthquake rocked Virginia and sent ripples across a large chunk of the coast. On Sunday, we’re expected to be dealing with [...]

August 26, 2011 Reviews
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Gamer Pulse – Business as Usual

It’s been yet another busy week in the gaming industry. We’ve been busy recruiting some new talent to help expand our games team, so you’ll be seeing some new faces around here pretty soon. In the meantime, let’s take a [...]

August 19, 2011 Reviews
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Valve Announces “Counter-Strike: Global Offensive”

Despite being over twelve years old, Counter-Strike remains one of the most-played multiplayer games on Steam. The game has a massive following of dedicated fans and is also very popular in the modding community. Despite a healthy fan-following, the franchise [...]

August 12, 2011 Reviews
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Gamer Pulse: Take a Little Lady Break

I’ve been falling in love with Portal 2‘s three malfunctioning personality cores all over again. Nolan North‘s voice work for the three characters is incredibly impressive, and it’ll stick with me for quite some time. Though the entire cast provided [...]

August 12, 2011 Reviews
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Print vs. Digital: Can They Coexist In Peace?

“Print is dead.” – Egon Spengler, “Ghostbusters” Not yet, Egon, but those words definitely mean more in today’s publishing world than they did back in 1984. While concrete statistics vary depending on source and the increased availability of devices that [...]

August 8, 2011 Features