Articles from Wolf

  1. Homesick Alpha

    Homesick is an adventure/puzzle game currently in development by Lucky Pause. First launched in February 2013 by the popular fund-raising site, Kickstarter, the game grew exponentially when the project was funded by the first few weeks, and received almost 350% of their initial goal of $8,000. Since then, the developers, Barrett and Morgan, have been working avidly to produce this game within their promises. Stunningly enough, the game seems to be doing quite fantastically, even with a small...
  2. Thomas Was Alone

    Thomas Was Alone is a strategy/puzzle platformer for consoles including PC. This game brings hours of excitement, ranging from difficult puzzles to a intriguing story line behind them. With 9 sections and 10 levels, each ranging in difficulty, you can find yourself loving this game over and over. I originally thought I would never get this game. I thought it looked really dumb, and I never saw the need for a platformer such as this title. What made me get this game was that it was a dollar...
  3. The Dead Linger Review

    Better late than never as they always say, right? The Dead Linger is an open world zombie apocalypse first person shooter (yay another one?) that aims toward adventure with survival elements and crafting, somewhat, but not really, like Minecraft. The Dead Linger, unlike many independently developed games, hits the survival aspect of the game pretty hard. With plenty of features to add to the survival, like: hunger, stamina, strength, and even weight. Although this game is still in very...
  4. Microsoft Debut of DirectX 12

    Within the next few weeks, Microsoft will be debuting their next graphics API at the Games Developers Conference on March 20th, 2014. This was confirmed via the DirectX blog. The session will begin at 10am PT on March 20. The Windows graphics manager at Microsoft, Anuj Gosalia, will present the new API. Additional details are unknown at this time. Anuj Gosalia had this to say on the GDC website: For nearly 20 years, DirectX has been the platform used by game developers to create the...
  5. More information about SteamOS

    As you are aware, Steam is releasing the 'Steam Box', which will be running a new operating system called 'SteamOS'. SteamOS will also be available for PC download as an operating system, just like MAC or Windows. We have been given information regarding the current minimum speculations your system must have in order to install SteamOS, which actually came from Valve themselves. This version of SteamOS is called "Alchemist", which is said to be a variant of the popular Lunix Distro,...
  6. Valve shipping out Steam Machines Friday

    A lucky 300 beta testers will get their hands on Valves new "Steam Machine" console this Friday. These are said to be running on SteamOS, which when in the user's hands, they are free to do whatever they want, which is good news for anyone who wants to upgrade their hardware. Steam Machines come with a variety of specifications, such as: GPU: some units with NVidia Titan, some GTX780, some GTX760, and some GTX660 CPU: some boxes with Intel i7-4770, some i5-4570, and some i3 RAM: 16GB...
  7. State of Decay Review

    State of Decay is a free-roam zombie apocalypse survival sandbox game. You must do whatever it takes to survive, including scavenging for the group of 10 or more survivors, or completing the various side missions available. These missions determine the player's fame, which is the overall influence on the player's role in the group. Price: $19.99 via Steam The Plot In the beginning, you start out as Marcus; a tough, well put together person with a history. Stranded with his friend Ed...
  8. More 'Durango' Rumors

    It seems as though some rumors have been confirmed. Xbox is taking an the "Always on, always connected" approach, meaning that the system will be on and connected even when not in use. VGleaks revealed the current Durango document setup, which seems to be the 'Hardware Overview Section' of the document. The document states: "Durango will implement different power states so that it can always be powered on, but will draw minimal electricity when not in use." This means that the console will...
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