"Games" Blogs & Blog Posts

Angry Brown GuyAngry Brown Guy

Random rants or posts by a Brown Guy who is not always Angry. Usually about...

 
idreamelectricidreamelectric

Design, photography, games, gadgets and life

 
KotakuKotaku

Covering all gaming

 
DarkmattersDarkmatters

Film reviews, game reviews. random news and reaction, fiction from the worl...

 
clara*s victory danceclara*s victory dance

random thoughts and happenings

 
Appy Place -- The Appy Entertainment BlogAppy Place -- The Appy Entertainment Blog

The life of an iPhone games startup. By the developers of FaceFighter, Tune...

 
TechSlingTechSling

TechSling is a technology blog that features exciting articles on current i...

 


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The Flame in the Flood's distinctive approach to wilderness survival gaming was well-received when it reached PCs and the Xbox One earlier this year, so it's only natural that the game come to PlayStation gamers, right? Right. The Molasse...

You no longer have to be picky about where and how you play Furi, The Game Bakers' distinctive (not to mention incredibly challenging) boss battler. The studio has released its indie darling on the Xbox One with both an extra boss fight and "...

 Great news, Potter fans: Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry is no longer the only place in the world where you can find a working Marauder’s Map, the magical piece of parchment that let Harry Potter and others track the moveme...

It's been a long, long time since there was a single-player game in the MechWarrior series -- 2002's MechWarrior 4: Mercenaries has been your only option if you didn't want to play online. Thankfully, a new wave of gamers is about to s...

Have you been suffering from Wipeout withdrawal symptoms since getting a PS4? You can relax. Sony has revealed that Wipeout Omega Collection is coming to the PS4 with remastered versions of three games (or two, depending on your point of view): Wipeo...

Watching an elite chess match in person is at once enjoyable and discomfiting. You follow the players’ actions — their moves, their mannerisms — for long stretches of time. You hang on each one and imbue it with meaning. You become so f...

Tiebreaker games at the World Chess Championship will begin this afternoon. Over the past 19 days, Magnus Carlsen of Norway, the defending champion, fought his challenger, Sergey Karjakin of Russia, to a 6-6 tie in their best-of-12 match and the batt...