Apr 12

Review: The Typing of The Dead: Overkill

Price: 17.99 € on Steam
Developer: Modern Dream
Available Systems: PC
Tested System: PC (Steam)

The Typing of The Dead: Overkill was released right on time for Halloween in 2013. The game serves as an alternate version of The House of the Dead: Overkill which uses the keyboard typing mechanics from the 1999′s The Typing of the Dead instead of the first person shooter gun game mechanics known from The House of the Dead games. A nice fact to know about The Typing of the Dead: Overkill is that the game was close to never being published at all due to the closure of Blitz Games Studios. However, the development team was able to convince Sega to complete the game under a new license. I’m not entirely convinced if this was the right call or not.

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Apr 02

The End of the Podcast….?

NO! Honest! At this moment in time, Liz is STILL WAITING for her lovely internet providers to setup her home. As you can imagine, this is driving her slightly mad.

Liz might be slightly mad about all of this

As soon as we have internet back up and running, the podcasts will be flooding back in! Hopefully before Conpulsion! In the mean time, thanks for checking up on here and we are looking forward to coming back!

Apr 02

Review: Pokémon Uranium

We’ve all heard of Pokémon in some way or another or perhaps even played a couple of their games. At least you should since the franchise exists since 1996 and is still running strong with new games being released and merchandise that keeps popping up. Even the fans are still going strong and one of them even created Pokémon Uranium Edition that features a new Pokémon-Trainer adventure with very retro graphics. The game is currently in Beta and has about 11 hours worth of game play, 9 towns, 5 badges to collect, 6 side quests to do and over 85 fakemon to collect.

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Mar 25

Review: 1954 Alcatraz

1954 Alcatraz is the newest point & click title from Deponia‘s developers Daedalic Entertainment which was released early March for the PC. In this interactive point & click crime-adventure game, you control two different characters: the imprisoned Joe and his wife Christine who’s focused on gathering evidence of Joe’s innocence.

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Mar 21

Review: Dota 2

Dota 2 is next to League of Legends one of the most played and wanted games in its category. It’s the stand-alone sequel to the Defense of the Ancients (DotA) mod for the video game Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos and its expansion, Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne, developed by Valve Corporation in 2009. Beta-testing for Dota 2 began in 2011 but the game was officially released in July 2013 as a free-to-play title for Microsoft Windows. Nine days later the OS X and Linux versions were also released.

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