Faeria Celebrates a Free Weekend on Steam

by arkadyution Friday, 15 March 2019, 1:14 pm
Indie Publisher Versus Evil is pleased to announce that digital collectible card and turn-based strategy game Faeria gets a FREE Steam weekend from Thursday, March 14th to Sunday, March 17th. Not only can players play for free this weekend, Publisher Versus Evil and Indie developer Abrakam are also announcing the start of a Steam sale with discounts of up to […]

Simulation Meets Strategy in the Early Ages of Mankind in Dawn of Man

by arkadyution Monday, 11 March 2019, 8:57 pm
2019 has a pretty decent lineup of city-building games, and it has kicked off properly with the release of Foundation in Early Access, with more titles to follow. It is good to see developers take a look at a forgotten genre of games and try to carve out their own niche. Another decent entry in […]

Foundation Re-Invents City-Building With Some Refreshing Mechanics

by arkadyution Monday, 11 February 2019, 11:12 pm
If you’re a simulation or strategy fan, chances are you have been disappointed with the lack of decent entries to the franchise in recent times. The simulation genre has been extremely stagnant for quite some time with few influential titles releasing in the past year. 2019 has a range of diverse city-building games all of […]

Aftercharge Review (PC) :: Thwarting the Revolution

by arkadyution Wednesday, 23 January 2019, 10:26 am
There are games where we step into the shoes of an adventurer across distant lands, exploring the world, fighting bad guys, saving good guys – playing through a story, carving out our own experiences. Then there are games where your only objective is to take down enemies mindlessly like a drone. Shoot them, destroy them, […]

High Flying Shooter Sky Noon Announces 1.0 Launch

by arkadyution Thursday, 13 December 2018, 10:47 pm
New Zealand-based game developer Lunar Rooster and Reverb Triple XP announced today that the 1.0 launch of their grappling hook swinging shooter Sky Noon is coming on December 18. The 1.0 launch will feature updates to the current game, including an all new game mode called “Money Bags,” where players will compete in a Free-for-All competition by […]

Valve Updates its Revenue Sharing Structure to Get AAA Studios to Keep Publishing to Steam

by arkadyution Sunday, 2 December 2018, 11:56 am
Valve has made a major amendment to its Steam Distribution Agreement for all publishers on Steam, which changes the way revenue sharing happens between Valve and the publishers. According to the new system, the revenue sharing system will be done such that 75% of the revenue goes to the publishers and 25% of the revenue […]

In Conversation with Victor Agren :: The Developer Behind My Friend Pedro

by arkadyution Thursday, 1 November 2018, 1:07 pm
The gaming industry has almost tripled its value since its inception. We’re in a new golden age of gaming where hundreds and thousands of games are released every day for several platforms. Quite a few of these include indie titles produced by smaller studios or even a bunch of dedicated people working together. Or maybe […]

Taste of Power Marks a New Entry in the RTS Franchise

by arkadyution Saturday, 28 July 2018, 12:29 pm
If you have an appetite for RTS games, then the past few years would definitely have been disappointing for you. Big titles like Halo Wars took too long to come to the PC, and the next iteration of Age of Empires is still quite some time off. If the daily grind of StarCraft 2 with […]

Cypher :: Review (PC) :: Frustratingly Unique

by Md Armughanuddinon Monday, 12 March 2018, 2:03 pm
Puzzle games indeed have a unique charm about them. They might be frustratingly hard at times, but nothing can beat the feel of cracking down a puzzle which you have spent hours on. Cypher ensures that feel is further elevated. Cypher takes puzzle games to a whole new level by incorporating ciphers in the game […]

Bio Inc. Redemption :: (PC) Noobreview :: Playing Doctor

by Jay Krishnanon Friday, 9 March 2018, 11:41 am
When kids of the same age group get together, you can expect plenty of exciting games to follow. One of those game that fascinated me in my younger days was ‘playing doctor’. No. I’m not referring to the innuendo for toddlers exploring their own and each others’ genitals. I’m talking about role playing as a doctor, […]
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