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By Wade Hinkle On 26 Sep, 2016 At 07:09 PM | Categorized As News, News, PC Games, PlayStation 3/PlayStation 4, Xbox 360/Xbox One | With 0 Comments
Co-op dungeon crawler Super Dungeon Bros will be released Nov. 1, 2016

No GravatarIndependent Games Publisher Wired Production has released a new trailer along with a release date for their upcoming co-op dungeon brawler Super Dungeon Bros.

Super Dungeon Bros is divided into three unique worlds in the realm Rökheim, where heavy metal heroes Axl, Lars, Freddie and Ozzie will explore Cryptheim (an underground dungeon complex), Chillheim (a brewery built upon a natural brew geyser) and Bogheim (a sprawling jungle filled with poisonous plants and animals). No matter how many times these heroes enter the worlds, with the game’s random room generation AI, the dungeon combinations are endless.

Their mission is to vanquish the evil undead, uncover the legends of long lost fabled rock stars, and all the while find loads of loot. Featuring on or offline play with four bros as they fling their friends onto far off ledges and distant trap triggers, or unleash their best tag team tactics with the ultimate bro-op offensive.

Cross-platform online multiplayer is now scheduled for a post-launch release with further details to be announced soon.

Developed by Utah-based React Games, Super Dungeon Bros, is set to launch worldwide at physical and digital retailers for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Steam for Windows PC on November 1, 2016 for an MSRP of $19.99. Check out the new trailer that was released below.

By Jonathan Balofsky On 26 Sep, 2016 At 12:35 PM | Categorized As News, PC Games, ROG News | With 0 Comments

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Choice Provisions has announced Runner3. The latest in the Bit.Trip Runner series will be coming in 2017 bit no platforms have been announced yet


Runner3 is the upcoming (and perhaps unsurprisingly) third entry in the BIT.TRIP RUNNER series. We’re committed to making it the best game we’ve ever made, and we want you to hold us to it. You can follow the game’s development over on our devlog, where we encourage you to chat with us in the comments section of our weekly updates.

We plan to be very open with you about the creation of Runner3, and we even plan to solicit feedback occasionally and offer user polls to give everyone a chance to chime in and help us think of things like level names, possible unlockable outfits, and more.

Let’s work together to make Runner3 the best game it can be!


This is great news and I eagerly await to see what they will do with the series next. No platforms have been announced yet but it will likely come to all major systems in 2017.


No GravatarPlaytonic has released a new trailer showing off NPCs from their upcoming Yooka Laylee and one of them will be none other than Shovel Knight himself!

Check out the trailer below



No GravatarHere are this week’s video game releases by date and then by platforms


  • Chernobyl VR Project – Oculus, Valve Vive (9/26)
  • Smash+Grab – Windows (9/26)


  • Contra (Arcade Archives) – PS4
  • Clustertruck – Mac OSX, Windows
  • Darkest Dungeon – PS4, PS Vita
  • Dead Rising 2 – PS4
  • FIFA 17 – PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One
  • Forza Horizon 3 – PC, Xbox One
  • King’s Quest – Chapter 4: Snow Place Like Home – PS4, Xbox One
  • Hitman Episode 5: Freedom Fighters (Colorado) PS4, Xbox One, Windows
  • Lichtspeer – PS4
  • Mount & Blade: Warband – PS4
  • River City: Tokyo Rumble – 3DS
  • Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice – 3DS
  • Soul Axiom – Wii U
  • XCOM 2 – PS4, Xbox One
  • Yo-Kai Watch 2: Fleshy Souls – 3DS
  • Yo-Kai Watch 2: Bony Spirits – 3DS
  • Zheros – PS4


  • Wand Wars – PS4 (9/28)
By Jonathan Balofsky On 24 Sep, 2016 At 11:54 PM | Categorized As Featured, News, PC Games, Reviews, ROG News, Uncategorized | With 0 Comments

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Every so often, there comes an indie game that tries to do something a little out of the ordinary. Talent Not Included is an action platformer, which seems simple enough, but there is a twist in that all the action is in the form of a stage play. This twist makes this game one of the most unique indie platformers out there.

The game takes full advantage of its settings, moving from location to location is done in the form of a stage transition. This is a really cool twist on screen transitions in video games, and helps both bring you further into the game and at the same time, be taken out of it in a meta way. That’s not to say the game is easy, oh my no. This is a very hard platformer, although it tricks you by starting out easy enough.

What gives this game more of a unique flair is how it takes the different acts of a play and applies it to a video game, by having each act have a different playable character. This was a cool take on not just the three act set up but also video game tropes in general. Each character has their own motivation for doing what they do, and while it isn’t the best story in a game, it serves its purpose very well.

The music in this game is excellent, but I feel it could have been better by being more involved and giving you a sense of being in a theatre. Its good for what it is, but it feels light.  The game’s visual design is amazing and really ties into the theatre motif by having your progression in each scene ( the levels in each act) cause the terrain to shift as if on a wheel.

Do I think this is a game worth checking out? I think so. Its got a lot of potential for enjoyment and has a good unique hook. It is definitely worth a few hours of play.

By Wade Hinkle On 23 Sep, 2016 At 02:37 PM | Categorized As PC Games | With 0 Comments

No GravatarCivilization franchise developer Fireaxis and publisher 2K have revealed the PC requirement to run Civilization VISid Meier’s Civilization VI.

We have put both the image that the developer and publisher released with the announcement, and have also put in text at the bottom of the article. It seems it took a little bit longer than normal to release the specifications as in a post on Steam they state: “We’re happy to report that we’ve just locked down our system requirements for Civilization VI. Thank you for your patience while we tested a variety of systems to ensure Civilization VI is as optimized as it can be.”

OS: Windows 7 64bit / 8.1 64bit / 10 64bit
PROCESSOR: Intel Core i3 2.5 Ghz or AMD Phenom II 2.6 Ghz or greater
HARD DRIVE: 12 GB or more
DVD-ROM: Required for disc-based installation
VIDEO CARD: 1 GB DirectX 11 Video Card (AMD 5570 or nVidia 450)

OS: Windows 7 64bit / 8.1 64bit / 10 64bit
PROCESSOR: Fourth generation Intel Core i5 2.5 Ghz or AMD FX8350 4.0 Ghz or greater
HARD DRIVE: 12 GB or more
DVD-ROM: Required for disc-based installation
VIDEO CARD: 2 GB DirectX 11 Video Card (AMD 7970 or nVidia 770 or greater)

Other Requirements
Initial installation requires one-time Internet connection for Steam authentication; software installations required (included with the game) include Steam Client, Microsoft Visual C++ 2012 and 2015 Runtime Libraries, and Microsoft DirectX.

Sid Meier’s Civilization VI will be released on October 21 for $59.99, along with a 25th Anniversary Edition for $89.99.

By Wade Hinkle On 22 Sep, 2016 At 09:22 AM | Categorized As PC Games | With 0 Comments

No GravatarMicrosoft owned developer Mojang has just announced that Minecraft: Education Edition will be released November 1 for PCs that run on Windows 10 or the X El Capitan operating system.

The early access version for free is still available until it goes on sale. To begin using Minecraft: Education Edition early access; Upgrade your computer to Windows 10 or OS X El Capitan if needed, Sign up for a free Office 365 Education account using a school or district email and download Minecraft: Education Edition and start playing.

“Over 35,000 students and educators have participated in this program and provided feedback to help us fine-tune the experience across a diverse set of learning environments, including a STEM summer camp program in New York City and classrooms around the world,” Mojang noted on Minecraft’s website.

A companion app that allows teachers to view the world as a map, list all the present students, teleport them about, grant resources and chat. This will help the educator keep an eye on what’s going on without being in the gameworld themselves. This classroom mode will become available in the November release build along with updated UI, leads, horses, player skins, pistons and an all new redstone functionality.

Minecraft: Education Edition will cost $5 per user, per year or through a district-wide licensing model which educators will need to contact Mojang directly.

By Wade Hinkle On 22 Sep, 2016 At 08:18 AM | Categorized As PC Games | With 0 Comments

No GravatarRomanian Indie Developer Those Awesome Guys has released a new DLC for their PC game Move or Die on Steam today.

The DLC titled “The Best Value Update” includes two new game modes, six Mutators, adds an in-game chate and improves online features:

  • Two New Game Modes: Loot Grab & Mind Control – Loot Grab will have players grab randomly spawning loot to carry back to their loot chest. Mind Control gives the ability to swap controls with opposing players by touching them and killing “mind controlled” characters before the end of the round
  • Six New Mutators – New Mutator options to spice up each of the game modes include:
    • VVVVVV – With a blessing from Terry Cavanagh himself, the creator of VVVVVV, we’ve introduced the popular gravity-reversal mechanic to Move or Die
    • NSFW – Every character becomes naked, therefore they get censored
    • Decoys – A crowd of non-interactive characters run around the level making it more difficult to spot your opponents
    • Stabilizer – The highest scoring player moves slower while the lowest scoring player moves faster
    • Underwater – Submerges the entire game underwater causing the players to float around the level freely
    • Bomb Drop – Players automatically drop exploding bombs every few seconds
  • New Game Announcer – YouTube personality Lilypichu adds her distinct and recognizable voice to announcer lineup of Move or Die. Kawaii!
  • In-game Chat – Players can now chat with each other using the new in-match chat system and can be used at all times
  • Abandon Penalty – Rage quitters beware as players who abandon online games before they are finished will receive a temporary “No XP” penalty that will prevent any XP from being gained for the next few rounds

Move or Die is a fast-paced, 4-player local and online party game where the mechanics change every 20 seconds, currently available on PC, Mac, Linux & SteamOS.

Check out the screenshots and trailer that accompanied the DLC announcement below:

The DLC is free and to celebrate the release, Those Awesome Guys are living up to their name by droping the price to $7.49 as part of the Steam Daily Deal. This will only be for a limited time before the price goes back to the retail price of $14.99.

By Wade Hinkle On 22 Sep, 2016 At 02:21 AM | Categorized As News, News, PC Games, PlayStation 3/PlayStation 4, Xbox 360/Xbox One | With 0 Comments

No GravatarBandai Namco Entertainment America Inc., has released new trailers for two of their  titles: Dark Souls III and Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 during the Tokyo Game Show. The Dark Souls III trailer showcases new footage from the upcoming Ashes of Ariandel DLC, and Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 shows off new game footage.

Dark Souls III: Ashes of Ariandel is the first of two planned downloadable expansions to the critically acclaimed Dark Souls III, set to release on October 25. Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 is also coming on October 25, with an Open Beta for the game set to release soon. Check out both trailers below:

By Wade Hinkle On 22 Sep, 2016 At 01:28 AM | Categorized As News, PC Games, Xbox 360/Xbox One | With 0 Comments

No GravatarCD Projekt Red has sent out a notice today that they are looking for players to help put GWENT servers through a technical stress test on two different days very soon. Titled Kill the Servers!, the purpose of the test is to stress GWENT’s hosting backend and makes sure the servers hold up with players actually on them.

GWENT is a a standalone game of the card game within The Witcher for the PC and Xbox One. Players can pick what faction they wan to play: the Scoia’tael, Monsters, Northern Realms or Skellige. Other factions will be added in the near future. Play matches against friends or a try and compete against the best in the world in ranked battles.

The first stress test will begin this Friday, 09/23 from 5pm to 9pm CEST and then again the next Tuesday 09/27 from 8pm to 12am CEST. This is only for the PC version and players must first be registered for the Beta testing that will begin October 25. After registering, those seeking a code will need to follow on Facebook or Twitter for more information about code availability. Those who might be able to gain access to the stress test does NOT guarantee a spot in GWENT’s Beta test.

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