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  1. Marcus Estrada

    The Bridge Screenshot 2

    From the album: Review Images

  2. Marcus Estrada

    The Bridge Screenshot 1

    From the album: Review Images

  3. Marcus Estrada

    Age of Empires II HD Heading to Steam

    If there's one series which was the cause of many falling in love with the RTS genre then it is definitely Age of Empires. The PC-based series has seen three main renditions but also spin offs such as Age of Mythology. So far, only Age of Empires III and Age of Empires Online have graced Steam but they are about to change this. Age of Empires II HD is set to arrive on the service on April 9th. This game is upgraded from the original Age of Empires II: The Age of Kings which came out back in 1999. All the original levels are still there ready to be replayed by fans or experienced for the first time by others. Even the expansion pack's levels are thrown in. What purpose is there to buy this version if you already own the original? All the bells and whistles of Steam, of course! Age of Empires II HD includes achievements, cloud saves, Steam Workshop funtionality, online play, and of course all displayed at 1080p resolution to fulfill the "HD" part of its name. Those who pre-purchase the title on Steam are granted access to it a few days earlier (on April 5th).
  4. If today's Humble Bundle isn't suited to your tastes then you don't have to wait long for another one. Instead, wander over to the Indie Gala site and you'll see that The Indie Gala Flash is live right now. It debuted earlier today and, unlike their typical bundle, is set to last for six days. Paying at least a dollar nets these three games: The Abbey (Windows) Miner Wars Arena (Windows/Mac, Steam) Pathologic (Windows) People willing to spend over $5.48 are granted four more games: Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon (Windows: Steam) Miner Wars 2081 (Windows) Paranormal (Windows, Desura) Mystery game The mystery game is not based on purchases but will simply be visible in three days. Also, it is worth noting that Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon comes with all existing DLC, which currently costs $12 on Steam. Overall, this bundle is more intriguing than some others which have arrived recently.
  5. Marcus Estrada

    Humble Bundle with Android 5 Goes Live

    After Humble Bundle teamed up with Mojang to have their Mojam game jam, they are back to putting together their own bundles. As you can probably guess from the name, Humble Bundle with Android 5 is a bundle that features Android games. However, don't let that discourage you as all the games actually work for PC as well. Here are the games which come at any purchase price which all run on Windows, Mac OSX, Linux, and Android: Beat Hazard Ultra Dynamite Jack NightSky HD Solar 2 Along with those games comes the soundtracks for all but Dynamite Jack. Of course, there are more possible goodies to nab with the bundle. Paying more than the average of $6.59 unlocks Dungeon Defenders (and all its DLC) as well as Super Hexagon. Their soundtracks also come with the price point. All games have Steam keys as well, but only if you pay over the $1 minimum. Many of these games are probably familiar to you but take a look at the official trailer if you're interested:
  6. Marcus Estrada

    Steam on Linux Gaining Traction

    The Linux version of Steam has been around since at least September of last year when they started allowing some into the closed beta. Near November, they finally began an open beta, and more recently finally launched the program for real. Valve even celebrated the occasion with a big sale on all Linux-compatible games. Although Steam for Linux hasn't been around for entirely too long, it is already climbing in use. According to the latest Steam Hardware & Software Survey we can see that Linux use is currently at 2.28% of all operating systems. Now, this isn't very large overall, but it is a quicker climb than Steam on Mac has seen. Mac OSes are currently at 3.07% despite Steam arriving on the platform in 2010. Similarly, Linux platforms have almost all seen pure increase in use from before. We shouldn't expect to see Linux owners overtaking the Steam charts anytime soon, but it's nice to see that they are adopting the service, meaning Valve's efforts were not entirely in vain.
  7. Developer: SkyGoblin Publisher: SkyGoblin Platform: PC (Steam, Web), iOS Release Date: January 9, 2013 ESRB: N/A (T recommended) A download code was supplied by the publisher for this review Adventure games are everywhere if you know where to look. Lately, they have been popping up frequently on Steam. What can an adventure game do to really distinguish itself from everything else? One way is to have a very distinct art style or lead characters, as that“s what players will see first. SkyGoblin“s The Journey Down achieves this but also manages to be a fun ride once you actually get to playing. The story starts out very humbly with two gas station owners. The men, Bwana and Kito, are simply trying to keep their business afloat, but can“t even afford to pay the electricity. Their old company was sympathetic to them, but now a new group is in town who will not abide this rule breaking. Things are looking down for the two until a woman mysteriously arrives asking for a book. From there, things get weirder as the same woman promises a great deal of cash if they can get her out of the area via their old plane. From there, the game opens up and your main goal of Chapter One is to get the plane in flying shape. As the thing hasn“t been flown in 20 years, it isn“t an easy task. Not only do things need to be tuned up, but massive parts of the plane are missing, such as the engines. The plane serves as your main puzzle throughout the game which has multiple puzzles required to complete it. Unlike some of the other adventure games coming out lately which are lax on puzzles, The Journey Down keeps them intact. Thankfully, most puzzles aren“t too difficult. There are a handful of areas to venture to, but overall, not enough to feel burdened with. As long as you“re able to think within the confines of the world it is usually not hard to come up with solutions. There is at least one puzzle which requires players to really be paying attention though, so be prepared for that. Otherwise, the challenge is about medium which should please newer adventure players as well as core fans. However, there really aren“t any puzzles that don“t connect in some way to the plane. Visuals are where The Journey Down really excels. It is easy enough to make a cartoony world, but the characters and backdrops found here are truly different. It“s not everyday you turn on a game and see characters with faces based off various African tribal masks. That is the inspiration for Bwana, Kito, and everyone else“s designs and it is quite interesting. The game isn“t focused on race; it just happens to be a component of the world. More games should attempt to work outside their comfort zones like this. When it comes to the rest of the world, it is attractively designed. The gas station is tiny and trashy as you would expect. A VIP room in a ship is as clean as can be. Each time you uncover a new area it is an exciting discovery. The developers definitely have an eye for what makes good-looking level design. For the most part, objects you can interact with the environment are also not too hard to pick out amongst everything else. The soundtrack deserves special mention as it perfectly complements the atmosphere of the world. Each track sounds fantastic and adds a layer that, while unnecessary, helps make the title even better. The music itself goes from jazz to reggae and is always high quality. I“m serious when I suggest the music is great, as after playing, my mind immediately went to finding the album to own it. Thankfully the soundtrack is available for purchase (or simply to listen to online), so check that out if you“d like a taste. There is little about The Journey Down: Chapter One that doesn“t work. However, it is still lacking in some areas. For one, aside from Bwana, the game really only touches on other characters. I would have liked to know more about Kito and other secondary characters, but you only get a glimpse of them. As this is the first chapter, there is no doubt that others will get their time in the spotlight, but right now they still seem like strangers. The time it takes to play the game (about three hours) also doesn“t give players much time to fully learn about the characters or world. Those willing to try out an adventure game with creative protagonists should definitely look into The Journey Down. Chapter One is currently the only available, with the rest coming soon. If you are unsure whether the game will be for you or not, then check out the free version of the game first. The big difference between the two versions is the graphics and animation, which really make the paid version stand out. Whichever you try, you“re in for an unexpected adventure with The Journey Down. Pros: + Character designs that go against the grain + Lots of puzzles + Fantastic soundtrack Cons: - Overall brief introduction to the series - Characters other than the lead seem glossed over Overall Score: 7.5 (out of 10) Good The Journey Down: Chapter One is a stylish start to what will hopefully be a great new episodic adventure game.
  8. Marcus Estrada

    Natural Selection 2 Free Expansion Out

    Do you enjoy getting new content in games without having to pay an extra fee for it? Developer Unknown Worlds is offering up exactly that with their expansion pack to Natural Selection 2. It's called Gorgeous, of all things, and seems that it may live up to the name. Here is the word straight from Unknown Worlds as to what this expansion contains: "It includes Railguns, Gorge Tunnels, Descent, and quite a few fun surprises. Alongside the 13 previous ”maintenance“ builds, Gorgeous is what the entire UWE team has been working on for the past two months. Alongside the headline grabbing ”big new guns and abilities,“ Gorgeous contains countless subtle improvements and fixes. The Spark Engine has a couple of new graphical tricks up its sleeve to make the game look better, and is running ever faster as it is tuned for more performance. Existing abilities and weapons have been tweaked for more fun and subtle balance changes made." As the game is sold through Steam, there's nothing required of players to get at Gorgeous. Just sit around and see if Steam updates the game. If it doesn't, then the expansion has yet to go live in your region. The Natural Selection 2 expansion was initially planned for launch earlier in February, but took a few extra weeks to keep it as bug-free as possible.
  9. Marcus Estrada

    Indie Royale Outs Mash Bundle

    Okay, how many bundles have Indie Royale pumped out in the month of February? First there was the Evolved Bundle, then Valentines 2.0 and Chosen Bundle! During the shortest month of the year they seriously debuted three bundles. Now, at the end of the month, they are beginning yet another one. The Indie Royale Mash Bundle is a collection of the five following games: Delve Deeper (Windows, Steam, Desura) Guns of Icarus Online (Windows/Mac/Linux: Steam) KRUNCH (Windows/Mac/Linux, Desura) Kung Fu Strike: The Warrior's Rise (Windows: Steam) Strong Bad's Cool Game for Attractive People (PC/Mac: Steam, Desura) Minus KRUNCH, you can go and redeem each of these indie games on Steam. Currently, the minimum stands at $5.69 but that will shift further up in the following days. Delve Deeper DLC and the KRUNCH soundtrack are also up for grabs. Anyone paying $8 or more also gains access to the Parallel Processing album for their patronage.
  10. Marcus Estrada

    The War Z Returns to Steam

    Late last year The War Z hit Steam. Shortly after, it ran into a great deal of trouble. Players stated that the information on its product page was inaccurate or entirely false, which caused the developers to lash out. With controversy surrounding the game, it was made unavailable although those who already owned it could continue playing. The developers eventually apologized for their arrogance but the damage was done. After all this, The War Z has finally re-launched on Steam. Steam have gone and made sure the description now fits the product as well as pushed a patch out to all those who already own the game. The refund that had been initially extended to angry customers is finally over now since the game has apparently been improved. The question is, will as many customers flock to it after all that has transpired? If you're interested in the now release-quality build of The War Z, then it can be purchased for $15. However, if you want to get in-game credits alongside the purchase then those cost $25 and $50 for 2100 and 7500 credits respectively. Or, you may wait for the standalone and free to play version of DayZ to come out.
  11. The time has come yet again! Another batch of indie hopefuls have found themselves chosen to make it onto the Steam marketplace thanks to Greenlight. Ten games have been selected alongside two pieces of non-game software. Let's take a look at what will be arriving on Steam at some point in the future. Here are the games: Anodyne Distance Evoland Huntsman: The Orphanage Kingdom Rush Legends of Dawn Organ Trail: Director's Cut Receiver Surgeon Simulator 2013 War Thunder A great many of these games have seen recent popularity due to game blogs and other events. For example, Anodyne made waves by being promoted on The Pirate Bay a bit ago. Alongside these games, the software Black Ink and Driver Fusion were added. With that, there have now been 70 titles passed through Greenlight. Were you hoping for any of these games to come to Steam?
  12. Kickstarter has seen many gaming-based successes launch from its platform. One such game was The Banner Saga which was funded 700% over the $100,000 requirement. This turn-based RPG with hand-drawn visuals drew in many fans in March and April of last year, when the campaign ran. Now, the team have released The Banner Saga: Factions on Steam. This requires a bit of clarification though. The full game that Kickstarter funded is a single player experience with an apparently mature narrative. What then is Factions? It is a free-to-play multiplayer only game which uses the same combat engine as The Banner Saga. As it's free to play, no one should feel ripped off as the team continues to work on their main single player game. What is the point of this if not tons more money? As this project features the current SRPG gameplay in full it should work as an open beta would. Players will experience turn-based gameplay and work out what parts should probably be fixed or otherwise tweaked. The Banner Saga (not Factions) still has no release date.
  13. Harrison Lee

    Review: Special Forces: Team X

    Developer: Zombie Studios Publisher: Microprose Software Platform: PC, Xbox 360 Release Date: February 6th, 2013 Rating: M (Mature) This review is based on the Steam version of the game The modern gaming market is overcrowded with modern warfare shooters. You can't scroll through a page on a store website without running into a Call of Duty or Battlefield-like shooter. Unfortunately, most of these games are 'me-too' cardboard cutouts that look the part of being fun but lack the substance. In this over-saturated game space, Zombie Studios made waves with the F2P FPS known as Blacklight: Retribution. It was slick, inventive, and awesome to play. Zombie is back at it again with a $15 budget third-person shooter, Special Forces: Team X. Can Special Forces rise above the ranks or will it be deemed unfit for duty? I have to hand it to Zombie and publisher Microprose; Special Forces looks darn cool. The cel-shaded visuals are reminiscent of comic books and have an art style that really pops. The character models are, for the most part, well done. The environments are solidly textured and look like the names but fail to stand out in any way. However, the visual effects (like the awesome explosions) stand out with their comic-like shapes and grand sizes. On equal par with the visuals is the audio design. Every weapon has a meaty sound, and the amusing grunts and one-liners from player avatars don't grow stale for the first few hours. There's little in the way of a musical score to speak of but the tracks that do exist are inoffensive, if anything. Unfortunately, the visuals and the audio were the highlights of my experience with Special Forces. Where the downloadable shooter starts to fall apart is in the actual gameplay. I commend Zombie for taking a chance by not including pre-defined maps. Instead of the traditional themed zones, Zombie decided to mix things up by allowing players to vote on three areas where a number of map pieces can be placed. You could have a junkyard, warehouse, and admin building paired together. If players want variation, they could mix them up or add in all-new pieces. It all sounds great on paper, but the maps rarely feel different despite the placement of map segments. I learned each section quickly and knew what to expect, removing the element of surprise Zombie was intending. The game modes are standard to the point of being bare-bones. You have TDM, Hot Zone, CTF, and one or two other shooter stand-bys. Throughout all of these game modes, teamwork is heavily encouraged by in-game prompts and loading screens. I still haven't figured out how teamwork bonuses work. To my understanding, there are team-centric perks but I don't know how they impact gameplay. Special Forces doesn't do a terribly great job of explaining these elements, making it difficult to actually work as a cohesive team. Since this is a third-person shooter, you can expect a cover system. But rather than the cover-all pieces you might expect, Zombie smartly balanced each cover part for flanking and explosives. Bullets can also hit you if a sliver of your body is exposed. It helps to make deaths quick and fast, encouraging blind fire, suppression, and constant movement. Unfortunately, it can be frustrating when you're randomly killed by sniper fire from unknown locations, but it does keep things relatively balanced. The unlock and perk systems are nothing to write home about. You can equip your soldier with different grenades, weapons, and gear. None of it seems to have a significant impact on the experience, however. The body armor selections are only cosmetic. Most people also tend to use the same M-14's and M4's. This negates the feeling of progression when the new weapons and attachments are actually less useful than the earlier items. Technically speaking, Special Forces has a solid foundation with a number of glitches. I experienced a stat reset to level 1 for no reason. I had to unlock all of my gear back up to level 4. The much-touted attack dogs are also broken; their AI routines are awful and serve only to annoy and expose the player. I also spawned in with the spectator cam still on, meaning I couldn't shoot or interact. I had to die just to rejoin the game. Other visual glitches, like scopes attaching sideways, popped up throughout my playtime. The shooting, while meaty, feels hit-or-miss at times. I was often missing my own head with a single hostile shot after pumping an entire magazine at an enemy. More often than not, I was frustrated at the relatively high number of deaths to kills I was earning. I hate to say this, but Special Forces: Team X just isn't good. It's limited map selections, pointless unlocks, broken AI companion dogs, and numerous glitches prevent what could have been a great shooter from reaching my high expectations. As it is, Special Forces feels a little unfinished and needs some serious patching and updating. It could also stand to have bots or some sort of singleplayer option to introduce new players to the game's fast pace and intense action. The game has high aspirations but seldom reaches those lofty heights. Can Special Forces be fixed? Probably, but I can't speak to post-launch support until it truly happens. In its current state, the game is mediocre fare with a number of frustrating glitches and a few odd design choices. There are smart ideas, like the map selection, buried beneath problematic game design. Until the game is further updated with more content and necessary bug fixes, hold off on picking up this budget shooter. Pros: + Great visual and art style + Good audio work and voice overs + Has a solid mechanical foundation Cons: - Very buggy - No bots or active training - Weird unlock/customization system - Bad attack dog AI Overall Score: 5 (out of 10) Average Special Forces: Team X has a number of great ideas and a budget price tag but misses the execution step.
  14. Marcus Estrada

    Antichamber Screenshot 3

    From the album: Review Images

  15. Marcus Estrada

    Antichamber Screenshot 2

    From the album: Review Images

  16. Marcus Estrada

    Antichamber Screenshot 1

    From the album: Review Images

  17. Marcus Estrada

    ARMA 3 Set to be Steam Exclusive

    In the past, most PC games were released and tended to not require any special computer-based client to run. Since Steam's initial forced installation for Half-Life 2 things have changed. Now many companies release games that only work through Steam, and it looks like another big game is getting that caveat. Bohemia Interactive have announced that ARMA 3 will be a Steam exclusive. The developer has seen a great deal of troubles recently, such as members of their team being arrested for a period of time due to alleged espionage. It has been a hard road for them but their goal is still to release ARMA 3 this year. As such, they feel the only way that will happen is with making the game Steam exclusive. How does that work out? First, they want to make sure the game has one main version to download. ARMA 2 was notable for having various versions floating around that were not all necessarily the latest. Of course, using Steamworks for networking functionality is a benefit to both players and Bohemia. They won't have to draft up their own solution for multiplayer and instead let Steam do the work. There were a few other reasons discussed in Bohemia Interactive's blog for the shift to exclusivity. Should more games be exclusive to Steam or does Steam need more competition?
  18. Adventure game fans, listen up. If you've not ever played Wadjet Eye Games' own Blackwell series, then you have been missing out. So far the series has spanned four entries: Blackwell Convergence, Blackwell Deception, Blackwell Unbound, and The Blackwell Legacy. They're coming back for a fifth round as the developer/publisher has just announced Blackwell Epiphany. Sharing the information with Adventure Game Studio, Dave Gilbert showcased the first screenshots and information about his upcoming adventure. Speaking to Indie Statik, he revealed even more: “To be honest, it“s not REALLY that far along. I spent most of last year designing it, but wasn“t able to actually work on it much because of all the publishing I was doing (Da New Guys, Resonance, and Primordia). After Primordia wrapped up, it was full speed ahead. There is a prologue and three chapters to the game. Right now, the prologue and the first chapter are completely written and programmed. All of the art for the prologue is finished, and Ben is about halfway through the chapter one assets.” With all that said, Wadjet Eye Games is looking at a release window of Fall 2013 for Blackwell Epiphany.
  19. Although fans were aware that developer Almost Human was working on something for Legend of Grimrock, it was still left under wraps. In fact, the team was so busy with other things that they weren't even sure as to what their project was. Today it has been announced via their official blog that Legend of Grimrock II is coming after all. Here is an excerpt from today's post: "Secondly, and this is a biggie (probably more to ourselves than you!), we are now officially working on… Legend of Grimrock 2! Creating a mere DLC or expansion to Grimrock simply would not have felt right. As today“s meeting proved, we still have a lot of ideas we“d like to explore, lots and lots of new content already done (originally made for a DLC/expansion) and a big engine update in the works. Simply put, a DLC would have limited too much what we can do. With a full blown sequel we can raise Grimrock to the next level. I“m sure you had all this figured out for a while already, but announcing a project is something we don“t take lightly, so we had to be really sure that this is the thing we want to blow our hearts and souls into." You may recall that they had been planning DLC for Legend of Grimrock. However, now we all know that this has been changed into a full-fledged game instead. If nothing else, the developer is bursting with ideas for a sequel. No date was announced but it will probably not arrive until late last this year, if not next year.
  20. Yes, the DayZ developers are currently working on a standalone game, but until that game comes out, many are addicted to playing the current version. DayZ, as it currently stands, is a mod that is played in conjunction with ARMA II: Combined Operations. If you've ever tried to play the mod, then you may have had to go through a few hoops and downloads to get it working. Those who felt setting up the mod was a pain, or simply couldn't get it running before, can now rejoice. Today the DayZ mod has made its official debut on Steam. Mods were introduced to Steam years back but it has been a while since a hugely anticipated one has been made available. What does this do? Basically, all the hassles of servers and installing secondary programs are over with. Instead, you simply need to run Combined Operations once, then run DayZ through Steam. Then, the mod should just work! Oh, and in case you are confused, this game is in no way related to The War Z which is a game with a fairly storied history.
  21. Did you realize it is the anniversary of the Groupees Be Mine bundles? Although they are less popular than some other bundle names, they have helped carve out a fanbase for themselves. How do you celebrate a bundle anniversary? Why, you give out as many games as humanly possible! That's exactly what Groupees are doing as their set runs for nine more days. Paying a buck gets you this selection of games: Dungeons: The Dark Lord (Windows: Steam) Eschalon Book II (Windows/Mac/PC, Steam) iBomber Defense Pacific (Windows/Mac/PC, Steam) Livalink (Windows/Mac/Linux, Desura) Major Mayhem (Windows/Mac, Desura) Party of Sin (Windows, Steam) Also included is a bunch of music including the Be Mine Anniversary Special EP. However, more interesting than all that is the next set of games which comes at $5: Edna & Harvey: Harvey's New Eyes (Windows/Mac: Steam) Men of War: Assault Squad (Windows: Steam) Planets Under Attack (Windows/Mac: Steam) Two Worlds 2 (Windows/Mac: Steam) Along with that are the soundtracks for Two Worlds 2 and Party of Sin. Finally, once the bundle reaches 15,000 sales a copy of AirBuccaneers will be added. Currently, they're about 90% of the way to the goal so it's pretty much guaranteed. With so many titles there are probably a few worth checking out.
  22. Marcus Estrada

    A Valley Without Wind 2 Flutters to Steam

    Have you ever played A Valley Without Wind? The game originally hit Steam last year and, while garnering a following, wasn't a massive hit. Still, the chances of you having a copy in your Steam library are fairly high. If so, take a look through your set of games as those with the original should see the sequel sitting squarely next to it. Those who did not already own the game have unfortunately missed out on a free copy of the sequel. Regardless, today's launch of A Valley Without Wind 2 still has a handful of deals. Buying the game costs $11.25 for launch week, which is a 25% discount. However, you are also buying the original with it. This is a pretty kind gesture by the developers to get both games out for the cost of one. One big focus of the randomly generated Metroidvania and strategy experience is co-op between two to eight players. Because the game may be best enjoyed with friends, there is also a sale on a four pack (currently priced at $33.74). Even this four pack comes with the two titles, which means you're buying eight games. Take a look at A Valley Without Wind 2's launch trailer to get a feel for the indie endeavor:
  23. Marcus Estrada

    Anodyne Promo

    From the album: Marcus's Album

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    McPixel McPromo

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