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Donkey Kong Country Returns Review

Coming off their hot streak with the Metroid Prime series, Retro Studios tries their hand at rebooting another famous Nintendo mascot: Donkey Kong.  While not adding much to the formula, Retro Studios keeps what made the original Donkey Kong Country games great, while simultaneously building upon it and perfecting it.  What the game lacks in innovation, it makes up for in sheer fun, brutal difficulty (in the most positive ways, of course), and beautiful scenery, resulting in a game that bests its beloved counterparts.

Review by Dustin Grissom

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Battery Acid Community Choice Awards: Best Games of 2010

Here at Battery Acid, we value our community (join now, click HERE) and their opinions!  So, instead of an elaborate feature about Battery Acid’s staff’s games of the year, we have decided to turn to the community and get their best games of 2010. Read the rest of this page »

Swords & Soldiers HD Review (PC)

You have to commend Ronimo Games for attempting to design an RTS game specifically for consoles rather than try their hardest to cram the PC RTS design onto a console and gamepad.  It works for consoles but the limited design hurts the game, now that it’s on a platform where RTS games flourish.

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BIG SCIENCE CAPTURES SPLOSION MAN, WORLD NOW SAFE FOREVER

BIG SCIENCE CAPTURES SPLOSION MAN, WORLD NOW SAFE FOREVER
Twisted Pixel Games Proud to Announce the World Won’t End in the Fall of 2011

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Big Week for Swords & Soldiers!

Big Week for Swords & Soldiers!

Swords & Soldiers lands on PC & Mac, gets Move support & new demo on PS3

UTRECHT, THE NETHERLANDS – December 1, 2010 This week the armies of Swords & Soldiers bring their tactical action gameplay to different shores yet again! After duking it out on the pearly white beaches of the WiiWare service the brutal Vikings, the vicious Aztecs and the devious Chinese arrived last month at the pitch black moutains of the awe-inpsiring PlayStation®3 system. Infusing the game with a new innovative online mode and eye-poking HD & 3D graphics the PS3 version exposed console gamers to the glory of cartoon warfare in a way never before seen on this planet. And now the Swords & Axes have been sharpened to do it all over again: Swords & Soldiers has arrived on PC & Mac! So now the everlasting wars are no longer contained to the living room. Featuring the same 30 level single player campaign, customisable skirmishes, 3 highscore bonus games and Steam powered online functionality, the PC version has every bit of brawn as the PS3 version. So support us by buying it from our store (http://ronimo-games.com/SwordsAndSoldiers/html/store.html) or get it from Steam! Both routes will get you the Steam enabled version which can then be installed on Windows as well as OSX.
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BIT.TRIP BEAT is coming to the PC/OSX via Steam TOMORROW!

BIT.TRIP BEAT is finally coming to your personal computer!  Now, that’s not just your PC, mind you.  It’s also coming to the Mac!

Say WHAT!?

That’s right, the critically adored BIT.TRIP game that started the whole rhythm-pong chiptune-inspired retro-romp mania will be available via Steam tomorrow morning, November 2nd 2010 at 9AM PST.
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Press Release: Meet your FATE today!

Hello World!

Yes, that’s right, now you too can meet your own fate.  Why wait any longer?  Why worry about what fate has in store for you?

I can tell you right now; a rain of bullets, maniacal robotic horrors, and fleeting friends!

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