Rising Thunder – A PC ONLY Fighter – Raising Eyebrows?

When you think of fighting games, you may think of arcades if you are old enough, but at the very least you probably associate them as console-first titles. The reason being is perhaps the twitch joystick movements, fast 3-4 buttons to mash and fast reflexes for blocking and counter moves. …

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Aberoth is free. But that doesn;t mean it;s worth your time.

Review: Aberoth. Sometimes You Get What You Pay For

I don’t want to waste anyone’s precious time. Should you play Aberoth? Probably not. It’s free, but there are numerous alternatives for free PC games that have more to recommend them, including games that might fall into the “charming retro MMO” category…a category Aberoth only manages to fit into by technicality. The initial …

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Western IP blocks removed from English server.

Phantasy Star 2 Online English Servers Open to the West

Phantasy Star Online’s cult following started with its debut on the Sega Dreamcast in 2000. 15 years later and players in the West can finally access the English translation servers for Phantasy Star Online 2. An IP block that has kept Western players from accessing the game appears to have …

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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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Dead or Alive 5 – PC Prejudice “Exposed”

Prejudice. It’s ugly. It comes in many forms, from the utterly filthy and reprehensible to the subtle and elusive but equally damaging. Here at GoneWithTheWin, we are complete social justice warriors, out to do what is right even if no one else is willing to.. While some may fight for …

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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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Lego Worlds Receives It’s First Update

  Lego Worlds was released last month on Steam Early Access, it was pretty bare and there were several options unavailable without XML manipulation to get the game to even display properly for some users. However, once up and running the potential for Lego Worlds was readily evident. Lego Worlds …

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Shadows of mordor's nemesis system is the shit

Take THAT, Dharg the Sneak!

The Nemesis system in Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor is so excellent it continues to bring me satisfaction months after I last logged into the game. Leo and I were redeemed through the gore-soaked hands of my nephew Derek. Derek reclaimed our honor while wreaking bloody vengeance on our killers. The …

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