Monthly Archives: July 2013

Bioshock: Infinite DLC Out. Next DLC in Rupture.

Bioshock Clash in the clouds

So here it is, if you were paying attention to Ken Levine’s tweets yesterday, you would have probably second guessed it. The first Bioshock: Infinite DLC will be available today on Steam. It is called “Clash in the Clouds” and will cost you $5, and is also included in the Season Pass. Clash in the Clouds is a narrative-free combat-oriented ... Read More »

Review – Prime World: Defenders

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Title : Prime World: Defenders Genre : Tower Defence, Strategy Developer & Publisher : Nival  Release Date: Jun 5, 2013 Introduction This is a stranded tower defence game with a card collecting elements thrown in for towers and skill management. This mixup of genre works well here and offers a fun time as long as you can put up with a few ... Read More »

Living the simple life: New GTA V screenshots released

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Following the recent gameplay reveal video of GTA V, Rockstar Game has today revealed another set of screenshots for GTA V. These screenshots capture the essence of the ‘fast life’ in Los Santos and Blaine County. High definition pictures can be found on the official GTA V website. Enjoy them, and stay tuned for more GTA V leaks and reveals, ... Read More »

Dota 2 Review – the true definition of ‘insanity’

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“Did I ever tell you the definition of insanity” Vaas, the cover appearing twisted villain from Far Cry 3 didn’t know jack about insanity, in my honest opinion. So if you ask me, what really is the definition of insanity? Insanity is Dota 2. Dota 2 is an obsession. An addiction. You crave it, you fiend for it. It’ll hurt ... Read More »

Ashes Cricket 2013 launch delayed again to November

Ashes Cricket 2013

505 Games, the publisher behind Ashes Cricket 2013 has pushed the launch of its upcoming cricket sim until November. The launch now coincides with the second Ashes series to be hosted in Australia in November this year. Reason claimed for the delay in launch by 505 Games is “the game simply wasn’t good enough.” An official statement made by Tim ... Read More »

Indie Spotlight: “Fran Bow” — Developer Interview & Demo Impressions


Killmondaygames’ Natalia and Isak make a fitting couple. Their love for storytelling brought them together, initially as film-makers until their frustrations with what they described as “the elite superiors who suppress your creativity” and they chose to abandon the film career in favour of another medium, one that is more familiar to all of us — games. Their first major ... Read More »

Bollywood blockbusters need official games too. This time, its Chennai Express

Chennai Express Escape from Rameshwaram game

If Hollywood can mindlessly release branded video games for almost every sci-fi graphical movie, so can Bollywood. To say the least, this has become a trend for big blockbuster movies. Of course, Shah Rukh Khan loves video games. He’s reiterated that point one time too many. His last blockbuster, Ra-One was accompanied by a PlayStation and Android game itself. Although ... Read More »

The unique playing styles in Splinter Cell: Blacklist

Splinter Cell Blacklist

Nearly a month left until we wear the suit of one of the greatest assassins yet again – Sam Fisher, and like always, Ubisoft is here teasing us with all the most beautiful things from the game. Last night, they released a video trailer especially targeting the expanse of the upcoming Splinter Cell: Blacklist’s in-game strategy. Can’t write in words ... Read More »

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