Ain’t Isn’t a Word, but DISTRAINT is a Game!

“My humanity was for sale…” With this opening line DISTRAINT begins, and thus unfolds the surreal and bizarre story of Price. A mysterious opening line can awaken curiousity. Which is a good thing since, on my initial glance all I saw was pixelated and antiquated retro graphics. Simple and basic keyboard controls. Short …

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I aim to misbehave – Rebel Galaxy Review

After installing and running Rebel Galaxy, I reached the main menu when the sudden urge to get something came over me. I went straight to my storage closet to a box labeled “early 90s,” grabbed a dusty chocolate colored leather jacket and put it on. The jacket was where I had left it years …

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Skipping Mushroom 1 – 10, It’s Mushroom 11 : REVIEW

Goo. Goo never changes… Luckily game designs do, and given enough time a game designer will come along and take known genre concepts and spin them on their head. Every once in a while something unexpected and brilliant comes out of it. Easy to understand why we at GoneWithTheWin enjoy exploring so many indie titles, because …

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Armikrog spills the grog, REVIEW

UPDATE: This review was delayed as the developer was working on additional fixes for this game. Thanks to these updates my opinons on this game changed for the better. The following has been edited to reflect my thoughts as of 10/13/2015. Armikrog. I was eagerly anticipating, it. Counting down the …

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Cyberpunk 2077 Bigger Than Witcher 3

Remember that time you put on Witcher 3 to “check it out” and three months went by and you’ve barely done the third main story mission but have some nice boots and new weapons? It’s highly possible that CD Projekt Red’s next big game Cyberpunk 2077 will have you saying …

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Gunna’ Level With You, Sublevel Zero /*0wnz*\

There was a time when first person shooters reigned supreme. Numerous shooters began to emerge. Many sought to include a catchy new hero, 100 new weapons, or other ideas to be distinguished from the rest. One developer dropped the idea of “six degrees of freedom”, that had a hybrid flight sim …

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Humble Bundle Offers Monthly Subscription Details

Humble Bundle unveiled a new subscription package program that’s similar to what some game marketplaces are doing. The Humble Monthly is a $12 a month subscription that provides its members with a free “top notch” game bundle each month. As always a percentage (5%) of earnings is donated to charities. These …

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Slicing Brazilian Folklore in Daily Espada REVIEWED

  South and Central American mythologies are perhaps not as popular as Greek and Roman mythologies, but nonetheless they are equally unique and intriguing. Brazilian folklore is one example, their stories and myths are the result of their rich blended mixture of peoples. You have African slaves who brought over their …

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