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  • Blackjack Meets Street Fighter in The Card Warriors

    “Dude, I so want a mashup game of blackjack mixed with Street Fighter II.” Yeah, okay. So I’m guessing the only people who had that game idea cross their minds are the folks at Stage Clear Studios, before they went on to develop Super Blackjack […]

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  • Review: Batman: The Telltale Series Season 1

    Disclosure: A seasons pass for Batman: The Telltale Series was provided to VGBlogger.com for coverage consideration by Telltale Games. Note: This is a review for the complete series of season one’s five episodes. Our previous first-look review of episode one can be read here. As […]

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  • Review: Bethesda Pinball

    Disclosure: A PSN code for Bethesda Pinball was provided to VGBlogger.com for review consideration by Zen Studios. After more than five dozen tables (and still counting), it’s remarkable that Zen Studios not only has been able to maintain a consistently high quality across its Pinball […]

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  • Review: Burly Men at Sea

    It’s wonderful to see how diverse and experimental video game storytelling has become of late, especially in indie development with recent titles like Virigina, Firewatch, Oxenfree, and Wheels of Aurelia finding fascinating new methods of turning narrative into an interactive experience. Burly Men at Sea […]

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  • Indie Quickie: Switch ‘N’ Shoot

    What is it and who made it? An unhealthily addictive single-button arcade shmup from game designer Matt Glanville. What platforms is it on and how much does it cost? Switch ‘N’ Shoot is currently in Early Access on Steam for $1.99. You can also get […]

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  • Indie Quickie: Reigns

    What is it and who made it? A card-based kingdom management sim built around a Tinder-like swipe mechanic. Nerial developed the game, and Devolver Digital’s the publisher–because of course a oddball gem like this would come from Devolver. What platforms is it on and how […]

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  • Minecraft: Story Mode Introduces Telltale’s First Variable Protagonist

    For the first time in a Telltale adventure series, you will be able to choose the main player character’s appearance and gender. When the series begins later this year, Minecraft: Story Mode will offer options for male or female, as well as various outfits and […]

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  • Patton Oswalt Stars in Telltale’s Minecraft: Story Mode Episodic Series

    From Minecon 2015, Mojang and Telltale Games have confirmed the voice acting cast for the upcoming Minecraft: Story Mode five-episode series. Comedian Patton Oswalt of Ratatouille fame is headlining the cast as protagonist Jesse. Notable supporting actors include Dave Fennoy (Lee Everett from Telltale’s The […]

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  • Kingdom Hearts Brings a Little Disney Magic to E3

    Kingdom Hearts can always been counted on for bringing some whimsical Disney magic to E3 in one form or another. This year the series is represented by two titles. First, of course, is Kingdom Hearts III, which is on target to launch who knows when. […]

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  • Fallout 4 Collector’s Edition Comes With a Smartphone Enabled Pip-Boy

    So we know the date. Fallout 4 launches on November 10th. We’re all set to enter the Wasteland. Not so fast! First, you’ll need yourself a Pip-Boy like the one included with the Fallout 4 Pip-Boy Edition. Along with a companion app and a compatible […]

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