Oh deary me! You haven't forgotten about The Real Texas, have you? It left quite the impression on me, to say the least. I would say that not a week goes by in which I don't think about it. I've been waiting for the soundtrack to be available for download, and finally my prayers to Hammon have been answered! You can see for yourself why I love its jams by downloading them here.
If you've been waiting for the perfect moment to make the purchase, now is the most opportune time of all! You can now scoop it up on GOG.com, Desura, or GamersGate, each 40% off. Pick one, I don't care how, and buy it! Want it on Steam? Greenlight that bad boy.
Oh, and there's even a hint towards new DLC in the future. Hooray!
|2:00 PM on 07.01.2012|
Review: The Real Texas
The Real Texas is a game that reminds me why I got into indie gaming in the first place: it's a unique experience unlike anything you'd find on store shelves. Immediately after I saw the launch trailer, I knew The Real Texas ...more
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The Real Texas looks like a lo-fi trip
In top-down action-RPG The Real Texas, you play a rancher who has, for better or worse, entered a portal to a purgatory dimension of Texas as represented by a town called Strange. At least, that's what I think is going on he...more
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Shin Megami Tensei IV video showcases English voicework
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|4:00 PM on 05.16.2013|
'Hardcore action-RPG' Lords of the Fallen announced
City Interactive has had an interesting past, but its latest game, Lords of the Fallen, sounds intriguing. Announced as a 2014 title for next-generation consoles and PC, its story is centered around a world where "the gods ha...more
|2:45 PM on 05.16.2013|
Kingdom Hearts 3D is only $10 at Best Buy today
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