Leo Espada

Highly opinionated one half of GwtW.com, gaming for over 30 years.

LOST in The Forest A Game Diary (Part I)

What I remember most about that night was the rain, my God, the rain. I woke up with the skies a dark, acrid black and a downpour that wouldn’t let up. Even with an umbrella, coat, and standing between two large buildings, rain water was seeped into my toes. I …

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Star Citizen/Kickstarter Issues Refund To Derek Smart: What It Could Mean

Thanks to crowd funding, several great games have surfaced. Divinity: Original Sin and Pillars of Eternity are high-profile examples. However, Kickstarter has also given rise to a seedy side of crowd funding, the kind that borders on theft and highway robbery, such as Godus and Starbase DF-9. 22 Cans, led by …

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The Talos Principle Updated – SteamVR (Experimental Support) Added

The Road to Gehena DLC for Talos Principle as reported earlier last week, was patched in today for the game. While that was expected, a bit of a surprise was SteamVR experimental support added to the game as well. It seemed a natural fit, but without an official SteamVR release …

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Five Nights at Freddy’s 4 – Anniversary Day Launch

Scott Cawthon as has usually been the case, revealed to a youtube streamer yesterday, that Five Nights at Freddy’s 4, will release 8-8-2015. Coincidentally that is also the anniversary date of the series. Cawthon said he planned something special for FNaF4, and yet again something special for 10-31-2015. All other …

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Gigantic Details Emerging – Windows 10 Required

Gigantic games today answering Twitter questions revealed a few pieces of information regarding the upcoming MOBA currently in closed Alpha. First, Windows 10 will be required which will launch on July 29th. This should not be a disheartening requirement for those interested as Windows 10 will be a free upgrade …

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State of the Game: Evolution or De-Evolution of Games Part II

As we left off previously, Kickstarter has opened a new avenue previously unattainable by your average gamer. Obsidian Entertainment, announced in 2012 that it wanted to do a Baldur’s Gate/Icewind Dale type of spiritual successor. Did big publishing houses want this? No, gamers did, 700,000 of them fervently did. These …

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Co-oping in Dying Light = Wut Moments A Plenty

  Dying Light co-op is definitely the definitive way to crush zombies, especially when you team up with someone who has a knack for getting stuck in geometry. Destroying all friendlies, including co-op partner, self, and friends with a untimely placed grenade that happened to bounce back at just the …

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