Browsing all articles from June, 2014.

Wake Up Sheeple: Catlateral Damage is Anarchist Propaganda

Wake Up Sheeple: Catlateral Damage is Anarchist Propaganda 

Recently, a Unity game took the indie world by storm (by which I mean a couple places reported on it). Since then, Catlateral Damage has been Greenlit on Steam and seems to have nowhere to go but up.
A simple concept, Catlateral Damage puts the players into the mind of a …

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RPG Club Plays Kingdom Hearts: Week 1

RPG Club Plays Kingdom Hearts: Week 1 

Hello! Is this thing on? The Pixels or Death RPG Club returns this month sans founding formatter Caitlin Oram. In her place, I will be laying out the posts.
What will we be playing? Why, it’ll be Kingdom Hearts, of course!
Here’s how we settled on playing Kingdom Hearts for Pixels or …

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Old School: A Preview Of Eschalon: Book III

Well well… if you think modern role-playing games are too fluffy for your taste, buy do I have a game for you.
Eschalon: Book III will see a  PC release this month, and while I hate to sound cliche, it’s abundantly clear that this game’s production was a labor of love. …

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Make Love, Not War: A Review Of Loren The Amazon Princess

Make Love, Not War: A Review Of Loren The Amazon Princess 

You know what? I’ll say it. I’m ready for a porn game.

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Alis Landale, My First Female Protagonist

Alis Landale, My First Female Protagonist 

It started with a flourish. Having finally escaped Zebes, kids across the world were shocked to discover that “Metroid” (because let’s be honest, that’s what we all called her) was actually a sexy blonde lady! With a flip of her hair she blew our collective minds. The dedicated would go …

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Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep Has Given Me Hope For Final Fantasy XV

Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep Has Given Me Hope For Final Fantasy XV 

I’m already the hypeman on the Final Fantasy XV redemption train. But my position had been one more born of blind optimism crossed with a staunch fanboyism rivaled only by POD Editor Emeritus Adam Harshberger. It’s based off of conviction, and a serious desire for a Final Fantasy to be …

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Look What We Found: Schizoid Game Album

The only word I’ve got right now is, “Wow!”
A little over a year ago, I was eagerly anticipating a game called The Way of Yiji. As with every other game I’ve been eagerly anticipating, I kept checking in on it. So last week, I emailed the developer, and he was …

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