Witch Wars is a fast-paced, addictive Match-3 game with an unusual twist: It pits you toe-to-toe against other players in an intense online versus arena. If you want to best the competition, you’re going to need more than just a fast finger. Our handy dandy Witch Wars guide has all the info and strategies you’ll need to consistently come out on top.
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Welcome to our guide for Plague Inc. We hope it helps you in engineering your very own disease to unleash upon humanity.
In this podcast, Mark A. Brooks, Markham Asylum, and Fade to Slack discuss expectations for E3 2012, 16-bit gaming, RPGs, Diablo III, and Magic: the Gathering while admittedly weathering a storm of technical difficulties along the way.
Delta Attack brings you the yet another nerd smorgasbord. Sit down. It’s time to eat.
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Last year, I made a list of the top ten games I felt were missing from iOS. Then, a funny thing happened. The number 1 and number 6 games were ported to iOS in Scribblenauts: Remix and Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective, respectively.
Ladies and gentlemen, join Delta Attack contributors Mark A. Brooks, Markham Asylum, and Fade to Slack for their monthly roundtable discussion.
In this episode, we talk about many different topics and games. What starts as a discussion about the legitimacy of iOS as a gaming platform nosedives into a hodgepodge of off-topic treats. Marvel at one man’s recognition that he may be too old and out of touch to relate to core gamers. Listen to a conversation about Diablo 3 transform into a discussion about South Korea’s lack of an Auction House feature and Korean laws meant to curtail natural selection. And then watch as Fade to Slack does his best Thanos impression and talks about being pro-death.
By the way, you look stunning today. I just couldn’t go on any longer without telling you that.
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Are there old games with deep nostalgic roots that you’d love to see get a follow-up title? Or are there perhaps newer games that so brilliantly captured your imagination that you’re just dying for more? We feel the same way, and in this podcast, Mr. Brooks, Fade to Slack, and myself share our thoughts on the games we’d most like to see get sequelized. So if you can stand to listen to our dork-ass voices for an hour, check it out:
Here are the games we brought up intentionally, though many others are discussed in passing:
- Chrono Trigger
- Etrian Odyssey
- Final Fantasy Tactics
- Jet Set Radio
- King Arthur’s World
- Left 4 Dead
- Mega Man Powered Up
- Mega Man X
- Mega Man Maverick Hunter X
- Plants vs. Zombies
- Secret of Mana
- Uncharted Waters
- Valkyria Chronicles
- Vandal Hearts
- The World Ends with You
It’s only taken two months and hundreds (if not thousands) of cups of coffee, but it’s finally finished and not a day too soon. Looking back, I’m not exactly sure why I wrote so much about all this stuff; I guess my love of doing stupid shit may have something to do with it. Here is the definitive write-up of every single game I played in 2011. Not just played, but FINISHED. I beat all of these games, like stepchildren, and grinded them beneath my heel as I moved on to the next. And then, like some kind of crazy coup de grace, I fucking wrote about them. Lots of stuff. Really clever things.