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Preview: PixelJunk SideScroller

The title of PixelJunk Shooter was a bit misleading. It was much more of an exploration and puzzle game than an actual shooter. It was a great game (along with its sequel), but not exactly what genre fans wanted. Sidecroller, however, is...

 
 
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Fantastic Arcade: Serious Sam 3 may be the best one yet

[All this week, I'll be bringing game coverage from indie game festival Fantastic Arcade in Austin, TX. Be sure to check Flixist for my coverage of film festival companion Fantastic Fest.] A Serious Sam 3 preview seems l...

 
 
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Fantastic Arcade: Serious Sam + JRPG = Random Encounter

[All this week, I'll be bringing game coverage from indie game festival Fantastic Arcade in Austin, TX. Be sure to check Flixist for my coverage of film festival companion Fantastic Fest.] No, Serious Sam: The Random Enc...

 
 
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Fez wins over the audience at Fantastic Arcade

Another year of Austin's annual videogame festival Fantastic Arcade has come to an end, but not without a couple winners, losers (haha!), and pissed-off Norwegians. Seriously, don't make eye-contact with them. They will mess your sh*t up. T...

 
 
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Fantastic Arcade: Closure is kind of like Limbo but good

[All this week, I'll be bringing game coverage from indie game festival Fantastic Arcade in Austin, TX. Be sure to check Flixist for my coverage of film festival companion Fantastic Fest.] I really didn’t like Limb...

 
 
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Fantastic Arcade: Retro/Grade is a blast in the pants

[All this week, I'll be bringing game coverage from indie game festival Fantastic Arcade in Austin, TX. Be sure to check Flixist for my coverage of film festival companion Fantastic Fest.] At first glance, Retro/Grade looks like the world&r...

 
 
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Beware: A Fantastic Arcade approaches!

Do you live in the South and love video games? Do you hate that we don't have a PAX or anything other than QuakeCon?  Well then you should come down to Fantastic Arcade in Austin, Texas at The Highball this weekend. From Sept...

 
 




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Tohsaka

Also Puyo Puyo eSports will be released in the States by Guess I dont necessarily have to import it

 
Tohsaka

Youve let out what can no longer be put back

 
Tohsaka

Thats another one maxed and then put Funny how I took all that time to get all of her moves and I end up using the one she starts with for an HP

 
PLANET P1SS 69

BREESUS FUCKING NUMBER 9 NUMBER 9 NUMBER 9 NUMBER 9

 
TriCerAroK

I made Dis

 
kevlarmonkey

Ikaruga is on sale, so I preordered a Flipgrip, the logic checks out

 
Mike Sounders

In the market for a Gundam shirt (guess who doesnt own Trying to find a simple one, but then stumbled upon this

 
CitizenOfVerona

In the mood for a JRPG/Japanese action I tend to like mine a bit out there (FFVII-X, Kingdom Preferably for Already played Nier Automata and Gravity Suggestions?

 
Rasori

Scrolling through Twitter and thought you might get a laugh out of Ill leave it in

 
Inquisitive Ravenclaw

I finished Spider-Man and it was great! It was the best interactive Spidey movie Next Im thinking of getting BlazBlue Should I be cheap and get the base game for $35, or shell out for the version with the mountain of DLC for $49?

 
 

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