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I Have Played: LogiGun

If I ever have the pleasure of meeting Alfred Lam, the creator of the physics-based puzzle platformer LogiGun, I’ll happily buy him any beverage of his choosing. I will, however, place said libation out of reach, obtainable only after traversing a series of deceptively tricky gauntlets. If LogiGun is an accurate indicator of his personality, Alfred Lam wouldn’t mind this. If LogiGun reflects any glimmer of his character then Alfred Lam realises victory tastes all the more delicious when you’ve strived for it.
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How To Do a Game Trailer

Look at this trailer for Big Robot’s Sir, You are Being Hunted. It is everything that a trailer should be. All in-engine, perfectly sets the tone. Also, hilarious and terrifying. Look at it.
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Lone Survivor: Interim Thoughts

Chris plays a little bit more of Lone Survivor, gathers his thoughts, and gets a little scared. Have a look at the initial review. Continue reading …

Thomas Was Alone: First Thoughts

Who knew that quadrilaterals of various colours could be so emotionally engaging? Continue reading …

Oooh! Ooh ja! Ja! OUYA: The $99 Home Console

So here’s a thing. Games industry veteran Julie Uhrman, along with some others, notably Yves Béhar (designer of the $100 OLPC laptop), have done one of those trendy Kickstarters to get funding for a $99 Android based, hackable console. And they’ve raised over $2 million already.
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Rezzed 2012: A View from a Casual Gamer

As Jake wrote about yesterday, we went down to Brighton to attend Rezzed, a showcase of new PC games and talks. Not one to be outdone, I’ve given my thoughts – on being a gaming outsider, and yet playing lots of brilliant games.


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Rezzed Game Show Round Up Rodeo

Run by the guys from Eurogamer and Rock, Paper, Shotgun, Rezzed describes itself as a PC and indie gaming show for the public. Jake and Chris were allowed out on day release yesterday to go down to Brighton and enjoy it. Let’s see how they got on. Continue reading …