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A Look Forward At: Data-Fly

Details: Title: Data-Fly Developer: ORiGO Games Publisher: TBA/potentially ORiGO Games Platforms: Xbox 360 (possibly cancelled), PlayStation 3 Target Release Date: To be announced/none Status: Development sporadic/sta...


A Second Look At: Brutish Mine

Details: Title: Brutish Mine Developer: Illusion Publisher: Illusion Platform: Windows PC Release Date: September 14th, 2000 (Japan) Cover art for Brutish Mine. What is This Game? Brutish Mine is a 3D, turn-based ...


A Second Look At: Bullet Witch

Details: Title: Bullet Witch Developer: Cavia Publisher(s): AQ Interactive (Japan), Atari (N.A. and Europe), Codemasters (AU) Platform: Xbox 360 Release Date(s): July 27th, 2006 (Japan), February 27th, 2007 (N.A.), M...


A Second Look At: Burning Rangers

Details: Title: Burning Rangers Developer: Sonic Team Publisher: Sega Platform: Sega Saturn Release Date(s): February 26th, 1998 (Japan), May 31st, 1998 (N.A.), June 31st, 1998 (Europe) Cover art for Burning Ranger...


A Second Look At: The Dark Eye

Details: Title: The Dark Eye Developer: Inscape Publishers: Time Warner Interactive/Expert Software Inc. (N.A.), GT Interactive (Europe) Platforms: Windows PC, MAC Release Date: October 31st, 1995 November 12th 1995 ...


About The Gameslingerone of us since 11:43 AM on 05.02.2012

The Gameslinger's blog, Games Obscura, is a blog dedicated to covering strange, obscure, underrated and overlooked games. Some games covered are amazing games that were simply overlooked or forgotten. Some are flawed or poorly received, yet have interesting aspects or concepts that make them worth a second look. Others are downright weird; but fun and interesting, too. In any case, all are worth digging up and taking a second look at, and that's what this blog is all about: In-depth second looks at games that are worth rediscovering, for one reason or another.

I take requests and suggestions! If you know a game that was underrated, obscure, strange, overlooked or poorly received, and you think that it is worth discovering and giving a good second chance, then let me know!

Send any requests or suggestions to: [email protected]

You can also leave suggestions in the comments section, or send them to me via a PM.

Feel free to browse through all my articles; the material in them generally isn't time-sensitive, and I check comments on all of my articles, new and old!

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