Leo Espada

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

Gigantic Gamescom Update: Closed Beta Announced

Motiga Games has announced an official date for their upcoming MOBA Gigantic at Gamescom. The game will transition from closed Alpha to closed Beta on August 28th. In a recent interview with GoneWithTheWin, Motiga mentioned that during the Beta, more information would be made available. Currently NDA agreements prevent alpha …

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The Swindle – Stealing Your Game Hours With Ease

There are over 175 rogue-like games on Steam alone, about the same number or more of stealth genre games. When I think of rogue-like games, I think of dungeon crawlers, endless labyrinths, and the stream of New Game menu selections thanks to permanently dying. When I think of stealth games, …

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Mojang Pulls a July Fools Joke On Everyone, Minecraft Win10 Tickles Funny Bones

When Mojang announced they would release free version of the Minecraft Windows 10 Beta to current Minecraft owners, I was impressed. A free OS and a free version of the new Minecraft? Turns out only one of those is worth the effort to download. Minecraft Windows 10 edition is the …

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Why We Are Adopting Windows 10, and Why Should You?

Does it really matter which version of Windows you are using to send an email, work on a spreadsheet, or look at a web page? Let’s face it, since Windows 95 these features are essentially the same and Window’s incremental improvements for $100-$210 a pop really do not matter for common …

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Olympia Rising – Sonic and Kid Icarus Just Had a Baby…

  1986 was the year I became a Kid Icarus addict. I needed some kind of therapy group to kick the habit, alas nothing like that existed then. I would sit ragged and soiled on street corners scratching nervously at my own arms and cheeks, holding a sign that said “Will …

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Quadle – Q-up Another Qute Quandary

From developer Gamesare Studios comes their second Steam release, a casual puzzler named Quadle. Judging from their past library of free games, puzzle games are a big part of their wheelhouse. Quadle is a game about eliminating all squares on the screen until you have just your final square left. …

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The Note Review – Game So Bad It Makes Post-Its An Obscene Crime

  From The Note’s Steam page: “perfect background music,” “scary atmosphere,” and “realistic graphics.” Rarely does a developer or publisher refer to their own features as “perfect.” Pretty ballsy statements. I didn’t even read the story section until after this review. The screenshots of a dark gray mysterious town and military …

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Five Nights At Freddy’s 4 – Surprise Release

Scott Cawthon has once again seemingly hinted one release date (August 8 originally) and surprised fans with a sudden release weeks earlier than expected. Late on July 23, Five Nights at Freddys’ 4 was placed on Steam for sale. With little news or announcement, this has already grown to a …

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Rise of the Tomb Raider Coming to PC – 2016

Many fans of the Tomb Raider reboot where left a little stunned when Microsoft announced Rise of the Tomb Raider coming only to the Xbox One. However today, Crystal Dynamics revealed that Holiday 2016 would see a release of the PC version of Rise of the Tomb Raider. While that …

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Scott in Space – Worth Its Weight In Guineas

Let’s face it, there are just not enough guinea pig games out there. Gerbils and hamsters, they get all the pet store attention. Lemmings, they have stolen the PC Game limelight long enough. It’s time we had a new rodent hero for the common man, and this is where Scott …

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