Archive for April, 2013

  • Dominique Pamplemousse

    Clay Songbirds

    A claymation musical adventure game? You can’t fault Dominique Pamplemousse for lack of ambition.

  • Keisha Howard, robot pugilist

    Robot Combat League jockey Keisha Howard is ready to give up bots for BioShock.

  • Nimble Quest

    On The Move

    Nimble Quest never stops running.

  • NARC

    Cop Rock

    A gory game becomes indie-rock trivia.

  • Tomb Raider

    What might have been: 9 games that were dramatically revamped in development

    Making art is messy, but it can be a fascinating mess.

  • Anodyne

    Games Of March 2013: Anodyne

    A small and winningly weird riff on the Zelda template.

  • Genesis Of Pixel

    Virtual Life Cycle

    Genesis Of Pixel charges you with creating and sustaining life. No pressure.

  • Mass Effect 3: Citadel

    Games Of March 2013: Mass Effect 3: Citadel

    Mass Effect finally gets a fitting farewell.

  • PWN: Combat Hacking

    Firewall Fighters

    PWN: Combat Hacking re-envisions network infiltration as a frantic hardcore deathmatch. We’re gonna need more RAM.

  • Dishonored

    Crime & Punishment

    In this week’s new releases, superheroes are no better than assassins, imperialists, and mobsters.

  • Games Of March 2013: BioShock Infinite

    Is the much-anticipated sequel a moving personal story or an empty political statement? Or both?

  • Tax Evaders

    Form 1040 Or Fight!

    Tax Evaders wags the “99 percent” dog.

  • Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon

    Neon Trees

    Far Cry 3 goes back to the retro-future, we discover Batman’s origin, and EA is just the worst in Gameological’s weekly news roundup.