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Arietta of Spirits (REview)

Arietta of Spirits (REview)

Arietta of Spirits Arietta of Spirits is a love letter to The Legend of Zelda: Link to the Past. The game starts in the Zelda mold, but by the end adds a few new ideas to the genre. Third Spirit Games, a Finnish three-person studio, developed Arietta. The size of the...

Atomicrops Full Access (Review)

Atomicrops Full Access (Review)

Publisher: Raw FuryDeveloper: Bird Bath GamesRelease Date: May 28, 2020 When I played the early access version of this game, I loved it. I was terrible at it, but I still loved it. The same can be said for the full game. I'm still terrible at it, but I'm making...

In this episode, George finds a great resource for the comic book folk, Jon introduces us to both a PC and mobile game, and Mo sees The Meg. All this and more as we approach our one year anniversary of the podcast!     Facebook » fb.me/GenXGrownUp Twitter...

Dauntless Opening Cinematic Revealed!

Dauntless Opening Cinematic Revealed!

Dauntless is a co-op RPG for PC that I've enjoyed while in alpha and beta state. As the game nears a full 1.0 release later this year, the team over at Phoenix Labs have publish a new opening cinematic for the game. It's currently in open beta, which you can find...

Sky, thatgamecompany’s successor to Journey, is out soon

Sky, thatgamecompany’s successor to Journey, is out soon

It’s been years since I first played thatgamecompany’s veritable masterpiece Journey, and I’ve still yet to play anything that’s managed to warm the icy depths of my heart in quite the same way. Consisting of exactly zero exposition or dialogue, Journey was perhaps so...

Race into the Future with Redout

Race into the Future with Redout

Is that the Blue Falcon? Wait, no, is it the Fire Stingray? Nope, it’s a whole new space racing machine in the upcoming game called Redout. The best part?  Beta sign-ups have started. Fans of F-Zero and Hyperspace Massacre rejoice because this is the year we see the...

PixelJunk Shooter: Impressions

PixelJunk Shooter: Impressions

Due to a very generous friend, I recently received the game PixelJunk Shooter on Steam. After diving into the game for a few hours I can wholeheartedly say that it’s one of my most favorite games that I've played on Steam, and I haven’t even finished the game yet! For...

Young Horses Games Interview II

Young Horses Games Interview II

Did you get a chance to read my last editorial about independent developers and comedy based videogaming? Of course you did! (If not, check it out here. I’ll wait for you). Shortly after the editorial posted I got to catch up with the creative director of Octodad:...

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