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PAX Prime 2015: BroForce Preview (Yes, another one…)

As part of a packaged deal with Devolver appointments, I had to subject myself yet again to another demo of Broforce.  It’s a fantastic game, bron’t get me wrong, but it has been in development the fluffer’s booth for so long and shown off waved its wang about so many times that I just couldn’t imagine that anything substantial had

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PAX Prime 2015: All Things VR

For me, this PAX was to be the most interesting yet because I was finally going to get some time with the VR headsets.  Imagine my excitement as I began to book appointments to see Oculus, Oculus Touch (the controller), Vive, and of course the Morpheus.  In all honesty the demos sounded a bit dull

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The B-Team Episode 328 for September 5, 2015

Metal Gear Solid 5 Mad Max Diablo 3 Pax Prime 2015

 
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PAX Prime 2015: Enter the Gungeon Preview

Developer Dodge Roll wears its pedigree on its sleeve and does not hesitate to be as upfront as possible about the upcoming title Enter the Gungeon.  A dungeon-crawler at heart, this game combines elements of shmups, roguelikes, and even stealth to bring a highly stylized co-operative experience.  It’s all charm from the start as I spawned

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PAX Prime 2015: Magic the Gathering Puzzle Quest Preview

Much like many of you readers out there, I don’t care for a majority of mobile games.  It’s not that I judge quality based off of foolish concepts like the interface, the pricing model, or even the platform, but rather that almost every game released doesn’t speak to me.  Of those few exceptions, I have

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PAX Prime 2015: Hob Preview

When I received an invite for an appointment with Runic Games, I figured it was for another Torchlight project.  Nothing had been announced, but at a certain point after seeing certain developers’ work those unfortunate assumptions happen.  Then I was casually e-mailed the trailer to Hob.  This is significant for two reasons: it’s a new

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PAX Prime 2015: Rise of the Tomb Raider Preview

I’m going to make this quick, because there’s almost nothing left to do about Rise of the Tomb Raider but await its arrival.  Slated for this November on Xbox one, with ports on PC and PS4 following early next year and holiday 2016 respectively, everyone is going to be able to get their hands on

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PAX Prime 2015: Battleborn Preview

Battleborn is one of those games that I have to admit I didn’t take much notice of until PAX Prime 2015.  It also subsequently is one of those games you couldn’t help but notice at the show because it was one of the first games you see when you enter and had a massive (and

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PAX Prime 2015: Bombshell Interview with Frederik Schreiber

We were fortunate enough to catch up with Interceptor Entertainment president, Frederik Schreiber, after our demo of the upcoming Bombshell (read the preview here).  Here’s the interview that tells us what we can expect from the game and offers a bit of insight on the world of the game.

 
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PAX Prime 2015: Pleasant Dreams Demo

There’s a quick play card game that was in the indie tabletop booth at PAX that just snagged my attention.  It’s called Pleasant Dreams and it’s a competitive dream game where two players use strategic deck stacking to get the other one to wake up from nightmares.  Here Michael and Kyle, two developers working on

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