The Games That Made Us Gamers: Warcraft II – Tides of Darkness

Chad sets sail on the Tides of Darkness and fondly looks back on the bloodshed that was Warcraft II.

Interview: Legend of Grimrock Dev Team on Their Upcoming CRPG

Legend of Grimrock is the debut game by indie developer Almost Human. The game fuses classic dungeon crawl RPGs with modern graphics and UIs, promising a much anticipated experience for fans of old-school gaming. We asked the developers some of the questions burning in our yearning hearts!

The Life and Times of a Pseudo-PC Gamer

Guest writer Sebastian Clarkin laments the dearth of Mac games available not only on Steam, but industry-wide. Won’t you damn well listen to him, developers? Such is the life of a pseudo-PC gamer.

Diablo III to Feature Real-Money Auctions; No Mod Support

Stay awhile and listen! Blizzard launches an infernal new scheme in Diablo III…

Humble Indie Bundle 3 Is Coming to a PC (or Mac, or Linux Box) Near You!

Ready for a third Humble Bundle? You’re not? THEN BEGONE WITH YOU!

Left 4 Dead’s Cold Stream on Steam

Tell all your friends and family to join in the zombie-slaying fun. Doing so might be rewarding.

DeathSpank Returns in Baconing Trailer

More thongs, more DeathSpanking, more Bacon!

Amazon Opens Mac Gaming Store

Amazon.com opens their very own online game store for Mac!

Sunday Morning Cheer: Diablo Lore in a Minute

Get your lore on…Diablo style.

Worms Reloaded Now on Mac Via Steam!

The Worms series is back and now on Mac!

Alice: Madness Returns Players to Receive Original Game as Bonus

Alice: Madness Returns will treat new and old players alike to a revisit to the original twisted nightmare of American McGee’s Alice.

Review: Angry Birds (Chrome)

Angry Birds Review

Kyle takes a look at the Chrome port of Angry Birds.

Review: Tiny and Big in: Up that Mountain (Mac/PC/Linux)

Kyle takes a quick look at the multi-platform game based around a pair of underwear.

The Paper Trail: Strategy Guides (Part 2 of 2)

Chad continues his series on game-flavoured papery things. In this final part, we take a look at the strategy guide. In today’s digital age, is its time up?

Review: A Monster Ate My Homework (Mac)

A Monster Ate My Homework Review

Kyle takes a closer look at the hot new Mac game, A Monster Ate My Homework!

Can Telltale Deliver a Quest Fit for a King?

Last month, Telltale Games announced that, among other properties, they would be developing new entries in the King’s Quest series.

Trying to Rekindle the Spark – My First Impressions of Dragon Age II

It’s no secret: I did not enjoy my time with BioWare’s Dragon Age: Origins. Well, the release date of the sequel is only a few short days away, and I recently spent some face time with the downloadable demo for Dragon Age II, to see if my old prejudices are still alive and kicking, or if my RPG fanboy heart stirs somewhere deep within my chest and I may yet ready myself for round two.

A Look Back at Mac Gaming

Long before the Apple logo could be found in every other person’s pocket, long before the iPod, the Intel switch, or the hipster worship of everything Steve Jobs gives/dumps on them, Apple was a struggling computer manufacturer.

The Computer Always Cheats: The Evil AIs of the 1990s

You know there have been times where a game’s artificial intelligence has caused you a moment of hairpulling, controller-throwing or profanity-shouting.

Review: The Legend of Kyrandia: Book One (PC/Mac)

Westwood Studios is best known for being innovators in the real-time strategy field with Dune II and the popular Command & Conquer series. However, they produced a wide variety of games during the 1990s, including the Legend of Kyrandia series of graphic adventures.

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