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Face Noir Review

Face Noir Review

Playing Face Noir, a new to America adventure game for the personal computer, is like looking back in time to the first golden age of adventures. Face Noir refuses to hold your hand through its puzzles, no matter how insanely obscure some combinations of items might seem. It places names and numbers in the environment, [...]

Bundle Stars “Superfly Indie” Bundle is Live

Bundle Stars “Superfly Indie” Bundle is Live

Today is both a happy and sad day for any PC gamer. Our community is in mourning that the Steam sale has passed by, condemning us to another six months of games priced reasonably, regardless of unsanctioned community votes. In the same breath, we are all secretly elated that we can use our wallets for [...]

Rush Bros. Review

Rush Bros. Review

Once I got over my initial disappointment that Rush Bros. was not a game in which you take the Legion of Doom to Wrestlemania to win the Tag Team Championships, I was left with what Rush Bros. actually is – a musically themed platformer, a strange mixture of Super Meat Boy and Audiosurf that doesn’t [...]

Broke and Bored: Warframe

Broke and Bored: Warframe

We’re back with another installment of Broke and Bored, Geekenstein’s original video series that has David and myself drunkenly scouring the Internet for the best free-to-play titles available. We’re broke, bored, drunk, and coming at you exclusively on Geekenstein every Friday! In this episode we tackle Warframe, a game about raging wars from within frames… or something like that.

The Swapper Interview with Olli Harjola and Tom Jubert

The Swapper Interview with Olli Harjola and Tom Jubert

We talked to Olli Harjola and Tom Jubert of Facepalm Games about The Swapper, a puzzle game about navigating an abandoned research facility using a gun that clones you. The plot looks to be a fascinating examination into the philosophical quandaries of cloning and the whole package is wrapped in a beautiful art style composed [...]

Sanctum 2 Review

Sanctum 2 Review

The original Sanctum was a gem that stood out from the rest of tower defense games on the PC and Mac in 2011. It blended the hectic action of first-person shooters with the strategic placement and upgrades of the tower defense genre. While it was a great game that certainly felt unique, it suffered from [...]

Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon Review

Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon Review

You are Sergeant Rex Power Colt. A Cyber-Commando with a penchant for killing and spouting one-liners. You’re tasked with taking down Omega, a ruthless terrorist organization determined to rule the world. Luckily, you start off a lot more badass than kidnapped trust fund baby. Being a Cyber-Commando means taking no fall damage and being able [...]

Telltale Games’ Poker Night 2 Review

Telltale Games’ Poker Night 2 Review

When the trailer for Telltale Games’ Poker Night 2 was released to the Internet on April 1st, 2013, I thought to myself, “Haha, this is a great April Fools joke. I wish it was actually a real thing, but who would put this cast of characters into a poker game? That’s crazy!” Little did I [...]

Go Home Dinosaurs Review

Go Home Dinosaurs Review

Go home, dinosaurs. You’re drunk! Whenever I’m bored, chances are I will turn to a tower defense game before the latest blockbuster. The genre is so welcoming for those of us who prefer a pick-up-and-play style adventure when we are strapped for time, but still want to get in some good ol’ fashioned video gaming. [...]

ShootMania Storm Review

ShootMania Storm Review

Nadeo took the PC racing scene by storm with their flagship title, TrackMania. For a game that launched in 2003, it’s still going strong with well over 11 million players. The success of TrackMania might have been due to the level of stripping down the game into a relatively basic experience, and then opening it [...]

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