Tuesday, 17 October 2017
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Find Words

Added: 17.10.2017 8:46 | 0 views | 0 comments

Big" /> Find the given words on a 12x12 word grid. Words can be placed horizontally, vertically and diagonally. Click and Drag to mark a word. Find all words within the time limit to advance to the next level.

Tags: Limbo
From: www.y8.com

Etrian Odyssey V: Beyond the Myth Review - The Gamers Lounge

Added: 17.10.2017 4:34 | 0 views | 0 comments

Etrian Odyssey V takes the series back to it's roots, returning to one, single labyrinth. The customization for characters and parties runs deep, and you can truly make this game your own with a detailed team of characters. While this limits dramatic storytelling, the depth of gameplay draws in and won't let go.

From: n4g.com

Creepy Doll Maker

Added: 17.10.2017 4:12 | 0 views | 0 comments

Big" /> Dolls are perceived as harmless, and they can be gorgeous and/or adorable, but there's still something scary about dolls. It's probably because many of them fit squarely in Uncanny Valley territory. The blank gaze and unmoving stare reminds us too viscerally of corpses, perhaps. This goes even more when the doll is damaged in some way, such as missing limbs or eyes, or having holes in its head.

Tags: Thief, Valve, Limbo
From: www.y8.com

Aztec Solitaire

Added: 17.10.2017 4:12 | 0 views | 0 comments

Big" /> Aztec Solitaire is an awesome Aztec themed solitaire card game. The game goal is to clear the playing field from the cards. Match two cards of the same rank to move them to the foundation. If there is no pair you the stock but it can be turned only three times. There is time limit so find the pair quickly. Twenty fun and skill levels for interesting pastime.

Tags: Turok, Limbo
From: pl.y8.com

The Gifted: “eXodus” Review

Added: 17.10.2017 3:00 | 0 views | 0 comments

Lorna tests the limits of her power-dampening collar as Kate tests the bonds of family. Read our full review.

Tags: Limbo
From: feeds.ign.com

South Park: The Fractured But Whole review

Added: 16.10.2017 12:00 | 0 views | 0 comments

For nearly two decades, South Park's creators have been working to a weekly production schedule. It's an inconceivable cadence that must raise stress and caffeine levels well beyond what medical professionals would endorse, but crucially it allows the show the agility to satirise events as they're happening in a way that most television can't. By contrast, South Park: The Fractured But Whole has been in development at Ubisoft San Francisco for over two years. Perhaps it's this fact, above all else, that best explains why it falls just faintly but consistently flat.
It's not simply that the game isn't topical. The well-recieved Stick of Truth spent five years in gestation, after all, and didn't feel at all lacking relevance or bite back in 2014. But The Stick of Truth had the advantage of going first. It was the vessel for every observational gag about gaming that had ever occurred to Matt Stone and Trey Parker up to that point, and on those terms it was a real pleasure. Familiar RPG design met naturally in the middle with the series' humour and made a cohesive whole. But with the jokes about gaming already made once before, and South Park's defining current affairs-based humour kept out of reach by game development's longer timespan, The Fractured But Whole can't help but miss the mark. It's a game that listlessly re-tells the same 'gaming be like' jokes as its predecessor, changing tack only to give 2015's hot button issues like gentrification a real roasting. Like the TV show did. In 2015.
What's all the more frustrating is that limp writing is the only real problem with The Fractured But Whole (other than that name, obviously). Elsewhere, Ubisoft San Francisco has done a commendable job expanding the turn-based combat system to incorporate multi-class character builds and place more emphasis on positioning party members effectively, broadly similar to Divinity: Original Sin 2's battle grids and even Disgaea's esoteric boxiness. It's a system that serves the new superhero theme well: you're once again the New Kid in town, only this time it's the town that's changed. On a whim Eric Cartman ditches the role-playing world the neighborhood kids have been playing in for his own comic franchise universe, Coon and Friends. Thus, the town of South Park changes from a nine-year-old's vision of Middle-Earth to a nine-year-old's vision of a crime-ridden metropolis, and the Archmage's Wands and Axes of Stopping are replaced by endearingly rubbish superhero abilities from the likes of Toolshed, Mosquito, Captain Diabetes, and The Amazing Butthole.

From: www.eurogamer.net

Looking for a new monitor for around $300.

Added: 16.10.2017 8:20 | 0 views | 0 comments

I'm wanting something with great colour accuracy, as I need it for editing photos, while also gaming on it. 1080p is fine (my budget limits it to...

Tags: Limbo
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Check Match

Added: 15.10.2017 4:07 | 0 views | 0 comments

Big" /> Check Match is a new variation on the match 3 type puzzle game with a new twist on the pieces movement. In Check Match the tiles are all from a chess board and they move like the pieces they represent. There are 3 game modes, Casual, Royalty, and Time Attack. In Casual Mode you can play for as long as you like to try and get the record high score with no time limit and no pressure. In Royalty mode you must beat the clock and match at least three Kings to advance. In Time Attack mode you must beat the clock and increase your score to progress to the next level.

Tags: Arma 3, Limbo
From: pl.y8.com

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