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3:30 PM on 02.25.2014

Warehouse and Logistics Simulator gets zombie DLC

When I saw that a game called Warehouse and Logistics Simulator had been released, I thought "Yeah, makes sense the way the Simulator franchise has been heading." Really, I've just been holding out for Car Park Attendant Simu...

Alasdair Duncan


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Mistwalker Celebrates Terra Battle's 500K Downloads Milestone

Having now surpassed 500,000 downloads, Terra Battle fans will soon enjoy new characters from the original character and dragon model designer of Panzer Dragoon, Manabu Kusunoki. For more information on upcoming milestones and recently unlocked milestones, please visit Terra Battle's Download Starter.






Hatesnake3D is a surreal kaleidoscope of snake survival photo
Hatesnake3D is a surreal kaleidoscope of snake survival
by Darren Nakamura

Indie Buskers is a group of developers who participate in game jams to help pay the bills. Rat King is one of those developers, consisting of a two-person team with a pretty diverse portfolio. In the most recent Indie Buskers game jam, Rat King created Hatesnake3D, which is best described by developer Friedrich Hanisch with the following:

You're a space-snake in a box, every 10 seconds your tail becomes a wall, you can use bombs, and the colors are pretty strange. There are other snakes and boxes and wtf

As a product of the game jam, Hatesnake3D was previously only available to supporters, but it is now playable for free on Kongregate. Give it a try for some free, nonsensical arcade action.

Hatesnake3D Is Now Free, So Go Douse Yourself In Color [Indie Statik]

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How to steal from Elder Scrolls and not get away with it photo
How to steal from Elder Scrolls and not get away with it
by Allistair Pinsof

Limbo of the Lost is the stuff nightmares are made of (see above) and the stuff of lawsuits, as well.

It's a perfect storm of all things terrible that makes a game in the adventure genre -- a genre that even at its worst can only be subpar -- so vapid, bizarre, and poorly executed that it somehow transcends the ridiculous and becomes a surreal, captivating experience.

And if you get a distinct Elder Scrolls or World of Warcraft vibe, or suddenly feel nostalgic for Beetlejuice, it likely has to do with Limbo of the Lost stealing art from all those things. Having the ghost of better games linger over one of the most terrible games of all time is what makes Limbo of the Lost an oddity and a trash classic.

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6:45 PM on 01.30.2012

Bloomberg: The real cost of being a videogamer is $17,077

Jennifer Prince at Bloomberg has figured out the real cost of being a videogamer. Through some powerful research she has come up with a final tally for what being a gamer would cost a family of four based in San Fra...

Dale North

5:30 PM on 12.23.2011

Live show: Tell us what to play on Mash Tactics today!

Today, Mash Tactics is playing whatever they feel like. The end of the week is what we affectionately call "A.D.D. Fridays." We take suggestions on what to play, then we play along with the people watching at home. Mash Ta...

Wesley Ruscher



Slavery the Game is probably not real, but... wow photo
Slavery the Game is probably not real, but... wow
by Tony Ponce

[Update: There's a phone number on the site, 1-502-383-1956, that connects you to a Google Voice line. Yeah, this is starting to sound like some garage developer's having a few jollies.]

A website with a teaser trailer for something called Slavery the Game just opened up. Slavery the Game. A strategy game in which you buy, sell, and "discipline" slaves.

Ummmmm... yeeeeeeeah....

There is no way on Earth that this can be real. The game is purported to arrive on PS3, Xbox 360, and PC in Spring 2012, carrying a rating of Adults Only. Considering that none of the console manufacturers would allow an AO game on their platform, this whole business seems like viral marketing for another as-of-yet-revealed game. This is supported by the fact that searching for any info on the supposed "developer," Javelin Reds Gaming, turns up nothing.

Regardless of the reason for this... thing, who thought this would be a good idea? It's not like it's played up for laughs, either -- it's not like Dave Chappelle's Roots spoof. The supposed game sounds extremely visceral and serious in tone. What kind of reaction is this going for? What possible benefit could come out of this whole mess? Just... I... WHY!?

[Thanks for the tip, Anthony]

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8:20 AM on 08.23.2011

Getting excited for Assassin's Creed: Revelations

It is no secret that I am a very big fan of Assassin's Creed, and you can imagine my excitement when we saw all new gameplay for Revelations at gamescom. I was even more excited when we saw gameplay of Altair! ...

Hollie Bennett

2:30 PM on 08.06.2011

Group behind Sonic Musical returns with two new numbers

Sega's 20th Anniversary party at E3 was probably the highlight of the show for a lot of people; there's not a whole lot that can top a live performance of Needlemouse: The musical. Well, that wondrous group of theatrical gen...

Liam Fisher

5:40 PM on 03.10.2011

Reminder: Anthony Burch still trying to save the world

Back in November, I told you about "Anthony Saves the World," an online web series by Mikey Neuman and Anthony Burch of Gearbox Software. (Yes, that's the same "Reverend" Anthony Burch whose face used to be plastered all over...

Nick Chester

8:00 AM on 09.17.2010

TGS: Tokyo Jungle is strange and hilarious

One of the titles I was most excited to play was the recently announced PS3 game Tokyo Jungle. The concept seemed so funny to me when I first heard about it -- it's animals on the loose in Tokyo, fighting for survival. Finall...

Dale North

11:00 AM on 08.27.2010

WTF: Is Sony teasing a knitting game?

PlayStation Japan has a teaser countdown page running right now. In its URL we find the Japanese word amimono, which relates to knitting. In the background of the teaser counter you'll find a man in a tuxedo knitting as two g...

Dale North





3:00 AM on 07.08.2010

Settle down, crazy people: Red 5's MMO is still on

Red 5 Studios, which is probably more known for being home to a number of ex-Blizzard folks than anything else, is working on a mysterious MMO of some fashion. No, they aren't ready to talk specifics yet, but they do want to ...

Jordan Devore

9:00 PM on 06.06.2010

Watch the creator of Super Mario Crossover play his game

First off, if you haven't yet checked out Super Mario Crossover -- the Super Mario Bros. remake of sorts that allows you to play through the game with a host of heroes from other 8-bit classics -- please do so imme...

Samit Sarkar

10:00 PM on 05.16.2010

AC: Brotherhood pre-order bon... GAH! GET IT AWAY!

Well, that has got to be one of the creepiest header images ever. I don't even have coulrophobia and I'm creeped the eff out right now. The man in the harlequin costume you see above is GameStop's pre-order bonus for Assassin...

Matthew Razak

11:00 PM on 04.27.2010

These guys are nuts: The naming of Sin and Punishment

Sin & Punishment is easily in my top five favorite N64 games. Scary thing is, it almost didn't make it to the US. Thanks to the magic of the Wii's Virtual Console, the game finally left Japan back in 2007. Thanks to the g...

Jonathan Holmes

11:00 AM on 04.24.2010

Creepy iPod brings erasers, gnomes, from Telltale Games

On Thursday, I got a weird text from Hamza. It said, "You've gotten a package in the mail". Now, unlike most of the Dtoid SF office staff, I don't live in Casa de Destructoid, so I was a little wary of what could be inside. S...

Ben Perlee