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  • Nintendo eShop releases for 19th January 2017

    Posted by on January 18, 2017 under News
    There's a small but surprisingly decent line-up of games coming to the Nintendo eShop this week. GGD Partner Shared:... more.
  • Games Without Words – Something to Talk About

    Posted by on January 18, 2017 under News
    Games have always been powerful as a form of story-telling. There are a lot of titles that stand out thanks to how much emotion and excitement their stories convey to the player. When a game tell a story without words however, they can stand out as either one of the most memorable experiences or as a poorly communicated misadventure that left you with more questions than the game helped you answe... more.
  • Review Dishonored 2 | Mouse and Controller

    Posted by on January 18, 2017 under News
    A blog about video games from the perspective of a social scientist working as a marketer in the Middle East. GGD Partner Shared:... more.
  • New screenshots released for pulsating music action game, Aaero

    Posted by on January 18, 2017 under News
    Mad Fellows and Reverb Triple XP today released a new selection of screenshots from the upcoming pulsating music action game, Aaero. The screens feature a variety of levels from the game, with every level designed specifically around each bumpin’ electronic music track in the game. GGD Partner Shared:... more.
  • Review: Fate/Extella is destined to be a constant tug of war | Michibiku

    Posted by on January 18, 2017 under News
    The Fate series has come a long way from Fate/stay night, the adult visual novel that started it all. There have been anime series, films, light novels and manga series. Additional games have offered the chance to go beyond “Choose Your Own Adventure” interactive experiences, offering us fighting games and JRPGs. Given the number of combatants and in-series war for supremacy, it isn&... more.
  • Review: Atelier Shallie Plus: Alchemists of the Dusk Sea | Hardcore Gamer

    Posted by on January 18, 2017 under News
    From personal experience, it can be said that Atelier Shallie Plus: Alchemists of the Dusk Sea is the perfect place for series newcomers to start. The various areas of character improvement built into the systems here means that it feels like the player is always making rapid progress, even when completing the most mundane of tasks. GGD Partner Shared:... more.
  • Fate/EXTELLA: The Umbral Star – Review – Games Asylum

    Posted by on January 18, 2017 under News
    Games Asylum: "Although a fan of anime, I have never watched either Fate Stay: Night or Fate Stay: Zero. Personally, I prefer shows like Hunter X Hunter and Full Metal Alchemist, but in preparation of this review I researched the anime series on which this game is based, and also consulted my wife who has watched the whole thing. How she found the time to do so I’ll never know" GG... more.
  • Nioh Offers Final Free PS4 Demo Before Launch This Weekend

    Posted by on January 18, 2017 under News
    is out in just a few weeks on the 8th February, but if you're dying to bloody your blade before then, you may want to give the game's final PlayStation 4 demo a shot this weekend. Over the course of the 21st and 22nd January, you'll be able to test your skills in the title's "Last Chance Trial", which is available to download starting today from the PlayStation Store. GGD Partner Shared... more.
  • Watch Dogs 2 Hacks Together a Free Demo on PS4

    Posted by on January 18, 2017 under News
    Ubisoft's released a playable demo for on the PlayStation 4, and it appears to be quite meaty. You can actually sample the whole game - co-op and all - but you'll only be able to play for three hours before it ends. We suppose that with an open world title like Watch Dogs 2, though, this format makes more sense than having a traditional demo that cuts out just a tiny section of the game. GGD Part... more.
  • The Flame in the Flood: Complete Edition

    Posted by on January 18, 2017 under News
    Rolling on a river is a procedurally generated, rogue-like survival game that takes you on a journey down a river in a forgotten, post-societal America. You take on the role of a female protagonist, Scout, who has to fight for survival against the harsh conditions of the flooded wasteland beyond. Your only company is a pet dog, Aesop, who follows your every step, carrying useful items and warning... more.
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