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A Bird Story

03-07-2013

To The Moon is easily one of the most memorable videogame experiences available. It's sad yet beautiful, and has splendid writing all throughout. Freebird Games has announced the title of their next project, A Bird Story...


 
5.5

A City Sleeps

10-21-2014

[Disclosure: Nick Chester, who is currently employed at Harmonix, previously worked at Destructoid. As always, no relationships, personal or professional, were factored into the review.] It's a weird time to be Harmonix. It i...


 

A Fistful of Gun

03-24-2015

Howdy, partners! In a special collaboration with the city slickers over at Devolver Digital, we're gunning for a five-day-long series of live game streams on our Destructoid Twitch account featuring some of the rootinest toot...


 
6

A Game of Dwarves

11-05-2012

I don't recall exactly when management games became unpopular. One day we were mastering the systems of "Theme" this or "Tycoon" that, and almost certainly dabbling in the field of dungeon administration, but then suddenly we...


 

A Game of Thrones - Genesis

09-07-2011

I can't really say I'm too familiar with the A Song of Ice and Fire series. I haven't read the books, nor have I watched the HBO series. I've heard a lot of buzz about the whole series recently though...


 
4.5

A Game of Thrones: Genesis

11-09-2011

While fans of George R R Martin's epic fantasy saga, A Song of Ice and Fire, are used to putting up with the author's "it will be done when it's done" attitude, elsewhere in the franchise it's a lot more prolific. Hot on the ...


 

A Game with Balls

08-04-2011

This is A Game with Balls, just released for iOS and Android devices. You control a cannon which fires at oncoming objects, pushing them away to prevent collisions. The cannon can be fired either with touch or tilt controls ...


 

A Golden Wake

02-25-2013

Want a neat adventure game set in the Roaring Twenties; during the birth of jazz; during the years of prohibition; filled with historical facts, characters, and events? Hell yeah, you do! And here it is: A Golden Wake. Set a...


 

A Hat in Time

07-24-2013

Recently, Valve admitted that the Greenlight process is "not perfect by any stretch of the imagination," but the company is still going forward with it, announcing fourteen games and two pieces of software for the service. Mo...


 

A Kingdom for Keflings

06-15-2011

I hadn't heard of Akimi Village prior to today, but it's instantly recognizable. You see, I played (and loved) A Kingdom for Keflings and its follow-up, A World of Keflings. Akimi Village is now available on the PlayStation ...


 
7

A Kingdom of Keflings: It Came From Outer Space

10-31-2011

Outside of Tropico 3 and 4, NinjaBee's Keflings games are perhaps the best examples of how to bring strategy to the console's control schemes. There are plenty of PC games that allow you to build a sprawling economy with litt...


 

A Light in Chorus

04-03-2014

Sometimes I'm just not jonesing for a rust-colored horizon or cel-shaded paradise. Sometimes I want something completely different when it comes to video game aesthetics, and A Light in Chorus looks to deliver just that. It ...


 

A Million Ways to Die in the West

05-19-2014

Seth MacFarlane chooses to inject nearly every bit of media he touches with a rush of nostalgia from his childhood. I'm a little similar, but I'm nowhere near as rich. And I'm kind of on the fence about the upcoming movie A M...


 
4

A New Beginning: Final Cut

01-04-2013

I've just saved the planet, and I couldn't be less enthused about it. A New Beginning is a self-styled eco-thriller with a spot of time travel and science fiction thrown in for good measure. It launched in Europe a couple of ...


 

A Quiver of Crows

01-10-2015

Although I'm not a shmup aficionado by any stretch of the imagination, I do enjoy playing them from time to time. The ones that I tend to go for are typically on the unusual end of the spectrum. They either stand out du...


 

A Small Favor

04-10-2013

A Small Favor, developed by two-man team ClickShake Games, has some big shoes to fill. Cartoonist and animator Jay Ziebarth describes it as a combination of "the gritty, futuristic adventure style of Full Throttle a...


 
8

A Space Shooter for 2 Bucks!

01-12-2011

Simplicity.  Sometimes a simplistic concept can be an amazing one.  Take this game for example.  A Space Shooter for 2 Bucks! takes the shoot 'em up genre and doesn't try to clone geometry wars, doesn't try to ...


 

A Story About My Uncle

05-12-2014

A first-person platforming adventure in which you play as a guy looking for his lost uncle might not sound immediately appealing as far as game setups go, but A Story About My Uncle has got a grappling hook and pretty floati...


 

A Super Mario Summary

04-25-2012

If you've got a few minutes to spare, you might want to give Johan Peitz's A Super Mario Summary a spin. Whipped up in 48 hours for the 23rd Ludum Dare game development event this past weekend, it's an abbreviated version of ...


 
6.5

A Valley Without Wind

05-06-2012

A Valley Without Wind has always been a tantalizing prospect with noble ideas, held back by a troubled visual presentation. Having gone through multiple artistic shifts, the final product still looks hastily cobbled together,...


 

A World of Keflings

03-13-2013

NinjaBee has released its city-building game A World of Keflings on Windows 8 for $6.99. This new version of the Xbox Live Arcade title sports touch controls and a picture-in-picture feature allowing players to better see wha...


 

A-Train: City Simulator

06-05-2014

Natsume has announced its complete E3 roster for next week, and while it's got a few high points, it's not impressing me too much. It's a strange mishmash of handheld games and iOS releases with a stray PSP game and Wii U pro...


 

A.N.N.E

03-16-2015

As someone who never got into non-linear Castlevania games and had never finished a Metroid, I've recently been really turned on by metroidvania games. Aroused, even. A.N.N.E takes the genre a step further and mixe...


 

A.N.N.E.

04-16-2014

Really, why even play clearly deficient retro games? I mean, where are the shmup segments in Metroid? Where are the open world segments in Contra? Where are the line segments in a bisected triangle? A.N.N.E. is one part platformer, one part shmup, one part RPG. And this year at PAX A.N.N.E. has all its systems in play. Maybe we'll all get to play it this year.


 

AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA!!!

08-31-2012

I still remember reading about AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA!!! (Force = Mass x Acceleration) for the first time three years ago, compliments of Anthony Burch's Indie Nation series. As a general rule, I'm a hug fan of free-f...


 



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