Game Blog Girl Posts

September 16, 2013 / / Articles
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Ich liebe die Auszeichnung. Is that German *even* correct? I’m not sure.

I’ve been nominated for my first award! I’d like to thank the illustrious John Heatz for nominating me for the Liebster award! Liebster means something like beloved in German, so it’s nice to know I’m appreciated in the blogosphere (the most respected of all spheres, might I add).

September 15, 2013 / / Indie Games

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Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons is a heartfelt tale that’s more unique, more beautiful and much darker than you expect. It’s a short but (bitter) sweet journey that leaves an enduring impression.  Final Score: 8.5/10

September 12, 2013 / / Articles
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Original Image Source: ExtremeTech

We are getting ever closer to the release of the highly anticipated new generation and already gamers appear to favor the PS4 controller. How are gamers reaching this conclusion?

September 11, 2013 / / Lists
September 9, 2013 / / Articles

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Sony has recently announced the new, slimmer PS Vita model (available in 6 colors) and the showstopping PS Vita TV at an extremely tempting price point. Are these gadgets plausible or passable?

September 9, 2013 / / Indie Games
September 8, 2013 / / Articles

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The Swapper, the indie platformer in which you use clones of yourself and swap bodies with said clones to solve manifold puzzles, is an eerie sci-fi adventure that examines consciousness and its consequences. Just imagine 2001: A Space Odyssey meets Portal meets Super Mario. Confused? Read on!

September 6, 2013 / / Articles
September 5, 2013 / / Indie Games

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The hype is real: Outlast is the most terrifying game of the last ten years. Prepare to experience pure survival horror. And to scream like a child.

September 4, 2013 / / Articles

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Gone Home is receiving attention from all over the web: from warm critical reception to disgruntled user reviews. What is it about Gone Home that’s so captivating (and to some, infuriating)? There’s no awe-inspiring adventures, no abhorrent nemesis to fight, no world to save. Yet somehow Gone Home has stolen the hearts of countless gamers through its precise and endearing examination of the most complex thing in existence: family.