Leo Espada

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

Claws of Furry – Less Than A Day To Hit Its KS Goal!

Every so often we spot ourselves a Kickstarter gem in dire need of support. Claws of Furry is the latest gem we would love to see make it to full production. This colorful arcade-style brawler invokes memories of great games like TMNT: Turtles in Time, X-Men, and other local co-op classics. …

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Are Windows 10 Store Games Really That Bad?

I click on my ^ button, the one nestled by the date time, in the lower left-hand corner of my screen. A wave of nausea comes over me. Look at them, all those stupid little distribution applets crowded together. Like little leeches whose sole purpose is to await the opening of …

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South Park Sequel Still A Month Away, But New Trailer May Make You Sneeze Soda On Your Monitor

It’s been three years since the raunchy and hilarious South Park: Stick of Truth graced our PC gaming machines. While technically an RPG, it also spoofed many genre tropes throughout it’s bewildering storyline. Some suspected that playing the game more than once could cause cancer or dementia, no one knows …

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Project 1v1: What We’ve Learned From the Closed Technical Test

Project 1v1, Gearbox’s newest IP, is now in closed technical testing in North America only. You won’t find any streaming videos or new screenshots yet, as Gearbox is still playing its cards close to the chest. What we can discuss is our experiences with the it so far. While slated …

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REVIEW: A Robot Named Fight

A Robot Named Fight!  releases on Steam today, a new metroidvania game that goes beyond giving homages to the games that defined the genre. In fact, the similarities can be a too striking at times. That could be good, because who could hate a game that reminds them of a …

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Destiny 2 Beta Impressions

There’s that friend, you know who I’m talking about, that hung out with you back in middle school then shafts you for years like you don’t exist. Now that you’re driving a new car and are hanging out with your college crew suddenly he skates up with a beer and …

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PREVIEW: Warhammer 40,000 Inquisitor: Martyr – Part I

UPDATE: Along with today’s EA release a massive 2.8GB update followed for those where alpha testers. There are now more mission types, co-op and multiplayer options, and numerous performance enhancements. It does not change the potential and good things we have already seen. On the contrary, we plan on writing …

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REVIEW: DisTRUST

Distrust, uses the line “inspired by John Carpenter’s The Thing“as its only description on its Steam page. That is a bold tagline! Hearing it conjures up thrilling plot reveals, a mysterious creature, and a bevy of Kurt Russell’s goofiest faces. Reading this short description raised my eyebrow; as it will …

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