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  • Pikuniku – Puzzles and Picnics – Player 2

    Posted by on January 22, 2019 under News
    Packed with whimsy and surrealist humour, Pikuniku is a delightful puzzle exploration jaunt in a self-proclaimed delightful dystopia, despite being a little light on in the gameplay department. GameGuidedog Partners Pikuniku – Puzzles and Picnics - Player 2... more.
  • The Hong Kong Massacre Tips For Survival – How To Stay Alive Longer

    Posted by on January 22, 2019 under News
    The Hong Kong Massacre is a challenging and brutal game. You die quickly and the overall pace of the game feels like it is turned up to eleven. This can make some of the levels incredibly hard to beat. In order to help you with that, we have some tips on survival in The Hong Kong Massacre. GameGuidedog Partners The Hong Kong Massacre Tips For Survival - How To Stay Alive Longer... more.
  • Project Genesis, announces early game access in closed playtest

    Posted by on January 22, 2019 under News
    On February 1 at 3pm PST, 8 Circuit Studios will officially begin closed playtest access for the self-funded indie title, Project Genesis. GameGuidedog Partners Project Genesis, announces early game access in closed playtest... more.
  • PlayStation Blogcast 317: Game of the God of the War of the Year

    Posted by on January 22, 2019 under News
    PS Blog: It’s Game of the Year time, baby! Join us as we run down the winners of 2018’s PS Blog GotY awards. Spoiler: Y’all really liked God of War. GameGuidedog Partners PlayStation Blogcast 317: Game of the God of the War of the Year... more.
  • Review: Kingdom of Blades – PS4/PSVR | Pure PlayStation

    Posted by on January 22, 2019 under News
    Pure PlayStation: Kingdom of Blades is more than a Fruit Ninja VR knock-off, even if it relies on the same gameplay concept. The campaign is tough and boss battles boil down to complete madness, so don’t be surprised to come away with arms that ache for days. Cheap and cheerful jollies. GameGuidedog Partners Review: Kingdom of Blades - PS4/PSVR | Pure PlayStation... more.
  • Sometimes You Interview – Indie Porting, Vita Support & The Future

    Posted by on January 22, 2019 under News
    VGChartz's Adam Cartwright: "Despite the Vita entering the final phase of its life heading into 2017, there were a handful of indie porting studios who showed up and began porting their whole catalog over to the handheld. One major company that did this was Ratalaika Games, but another that is arguably less well-known (but just as prolific) is Sometimes You. This company has released over 14... more.
  • Why Resident Evil 2’s City of the Dead scares us

    Posted by on January 22, 2019 under News
    ArchangelMike 15h ago Wow! A very long and droll article about Zombies. From EuroGamer of all peoples. But... what about zombie fatgue? I thought you guys said nobody buys games about zombies anymore becasue, you know... fatigue. Oh thats right, I forgot Resident Evil 2 is out in a week and Eurogamer has been gushing all over it with article after article. What happemnd to the zombie fatigue? Eh.... more.
  • 8 gaming tales by George Giese – The Video Game Adventures of Monte McGnarly

    Posted by on January 22, 2019 under News
    "A few months ago, a fellow video game lover released an imaginative anthology containing 8 lyrical stories based on games from his childhood. Having just read through it, here are my thoughts on this delightful collection of game-inspired tales." - A.J. Maciejewski from Video Chums GameGuidedog Partners 8 gaming tales by George Giese - The Video Game Adventures of Monte McGnarly... more.
  • How Resident Evil 2 fell apart, then became one of Capcom’s biggest hits

    Posted by on January 21, 2019 under News
    From Polygon: "In the late ’80s and early ’90s, Capcom released games that achieved respectable sales. Mega Man and Street Fighter did not light sales charts on fire in 1987, particularly compared to the success stories of other companies like Nintendo and Sega, but they performed well enough for Capcom to release sequels that put these franchises on the map. Mega Man 2, believed... more.
  • Riot: Civil Unrest New Gameplay Trailer and Release Date Revealed

    Posted by on January 21, 2019 under News
    Merge Games is set to release RIOT: Civil Unrest, a real-time riot simulation experience. Launching Feb 5 – 7, 2019 across PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch, RIOT: Civil Unrest is a unique, thought-provoking experience that places you at the heart of some of the world’s most recent confrontations. GameGuidedog Partners Riot: Civil Unrest New Gameplay Trailer and Release... more.


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