“Antichamber will hereby known as Oh My God, My Favorite Game of PAX… If you get a chance to play this, do not hesitate.” – Stephen Totilo, Kotaku
“Even as the developer told me what the game was doing to mess with my brain while I was playing it, it still succeeded in messing with my brain.” – John Walker, Rock Paper Shotgun
“One of the most fascinating finalists at this year’s IndieCade festival… a philosophical and visually-unprecedented experience.”
Back in 2009, Indie developer Alexander Bruce, started developing a game called Hazard: The Journey of Life. Due to a coding error, Alexander had to rethink what kind of game he was trying to create and thus Antichamber came about. Continue reading →
Early this morning, I manage to test out the new DLC for Black OPS 2, Revolution. Included in this DLC are 4 new maps, a new zombie campaign and brand new weapon which ironically is called the Peacekeeper. For those who are on the fence, here are two videos of all 4 maps in action as well as the new zombie game. Continue reading →
During this week’s Nintendo Direct, they announced an HD remake (or remaster if you will) of The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker for the Nintendo Wii U. Wind Waker HD isn’t just a high resolution port, they are also making some pretty big changes. Continue reading →
AwesomeSmack announces today that we will be broadcasting on Twitch.tv. In the coming weeks, there will be upgrades to our system so that we can provide better stream and recordings. Keep an eye out in the future as we will be broadcasting box opening, new and old games, and so on.
Check us out today as we will be streaming various games through the day. Don’t forget to follow AwesomeSmack on Twitch,Twitter, and YouTube accounts and spread the word!
(The Binding of Isaac is available now as a downloadable game on Steam for the PC and Mac.)
Written By: Fermbiz
For those who do not know, The Binding of Isaac is an indie title for PC and Mac via Steam. This game brought to you by the master mind who developed Super Meat Boy, Edmund McMillen. If you still don’t have any idea who he is or his game, do yourself a favor and watch Indie Game: The movie. It’s a great watch for any gamer and it’s out on Netflix to watch or purchasable over Steam. Continue reading →
It is that time of year folks! The time of year when we look back on the previous year’s accomplishments and judge how we did overall – then tell ourselves that next year will be better. Well this is also the time of year that we gamers look forward to seeing which games came out on top and which bottomed out, which titles were must-haves and which were total duds. So with that in mind I present to you … (cue the baseball stadium sized speakers)
Tonight, 11pm est, The On Blast Show will be dropping massive bombs. The dynamic duo will be doing what they do best… Exposing the frauds and putting them on blast. They have uncovered evidence of a BIG conspiracy in the fighting game community.
(Mark of the Ninja is available now as a downloadable game on Xbox 360 as well as Steam for the PC. You can also download a free demo of the game on either platform)
Written By: Nemesis Legion
In Mark of the Ninja, by Klei Entertainment, you play a nameless and silent ninja against the backdrop of a modern day setting. The plot revolves around your ninja clan (you playing the clans best/lead young ninja) getting revenge on a contemporary mercenary army who (in the opening level) attack your home base to wipe your clan out. Also in something of a plot twist for later (as well as an explanation for a few of your near superhuman abilities; which you’ll also unlock later), it is explained that in this ninja clan the best and brightest ninjas (that means you) get a kick-ass dragon tattoo using some type of semi-mystical ink. Continue reading →