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by Nick Puleo 0
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  • xbox 360
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Consoles are Dead. Long live the game.

The (De)Evolution of Video Games

It all started with an article from TechCrunch called “The Console Market is in Crisis.” The quick of it is this - comparing this generation of consoles to last in terms of raw sales numbers shows a steep decline in total sales when looking at the North American market. All console sales combined were down almost 60% with the market shr...

by Justin Reynolds 0
News
  • pc
  • online
Probably out on Steam. Probably fun. Definitely ridiculous.

Probably Archery Probably Has Fun Co-Op

There comes a time when you have to fight off a giant pumpkin using only your super accurate hand and finger movements. That time is when you play Probably Archery, and you can do it today. Probably Archery gives players tons of control over the small details and hand movements of using a bow, and places you in ridiculous situations. Shoot a hangman's rope, kill some flying eggs in a china shop, and fight apple-headed warriors... in space!

by John Bardinelli 0
News
  • pc
  • playstation 4
  • couch
Control the tentacles, find missing neckties.

Octodad: Dadliest Catch Releases with Four Player Co-Op

In what could possibly be the first cooperative octopus sim ever, Octodad: Dadliest Catch has launched its PC version with support for four local players. Instead of going all splitscreen or whatnot, each player takes control of a set of limbs, flailing them about madly as you try to do simple tasks like make a cup of coffee or mow the lawn. Hilarity naturally ensues.

by Nick Puleo 0
News
  • pc
Will people line up to buy these?

Valve Reveals Hardware Partners for Steam Machines Sans a Marketing Plan

Valve have announced 13 hardware partners for creating and selling Steam Machines, the computers that will power Steam OS. Steam OS is an open source operating system based on the Linux Debian Kernel that will run a version of Steam designed for living room computers. It'll have a custom controller design to make gaming easier without a mouse and keyboard. You won't necessarily have to buy a Steam Machine to see it in action; when Steam OS launches later this year, you'll be able to build your own computer. 

by Justin Reynolds 0
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Now Mac owners can finally cross the line

Spec Ops: The Line out on Mac

If you’re a Mac gamer and a fan of Apocalypse Now, we’ve got some news for you. Spec Ops: The Line is now available on Mac. We won’t hold it against you if you go buy it right now. The port is priced at $29.99 and features Game Center support and cross-platform multiplayer. Check the system requirements to see if your Mac is good to go with this cult it.

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