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The Talos Principle: Road to Gehenna Expansion Expected in Spring

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Croteam and Devolver Digital today informs us all The Talos Principle will not only be out on consoles (PlayStation 4, Nvidia Shield) later this year, but will have an episodic expansion as well in the Spring. Set at an unannounced price and date, The Talos Principle: Road to Gehenna compiles in four episodes ...

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Early Access Weekly #1 Assault Android Cactus, MX vs. ATV Supercross Encore

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Got to learn how to walk before you can run, which means our inaugural Early Access Weekly post starts off weak. The library and list will only grow once we get in the swing of things. That said, our biggest attention grabbers are Assault Android Cactus entering its Alpha stage and Nordic ...

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Unbroken Blu Ray Giveaway!

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Unlike our last giveaway concerning a sequel to a cult comedy, this film about the incredible story of a WWII soldier suits this military-based site well. Despite what the constant optimist Peter Travers at Rolling Stone says, this movie does it fact soar. One of two films of 2014 based ...

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The Q: How Do You Play Episodic Games?

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If there’s one thing I’m sure of this generation of gaming will bring about, it’s episodic storytelling. Popularized by Telltale, the piece-by-piece spoonfuls of story busted out late in a console generation that proved a catalyst for a new wave of storytelling in games. What better way to get people ...

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League of Legends: Five Champions Nobody Wants

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Article written by Robert Beach and Sam Eskenazi.  With over 120+ champions to choose from, there’ll be a few stinkers in the midst. Riot Games have yet to reach Pokemon status of character design with animate objects and actual piles of garbage, though a few champions’ usefulness provides the same bewildered ...

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Dumb and Dumber To Blu-ray Giveaway!

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Alright, we admit, this is the strangest giveaway that has come to grace the hallowed halls of Front Towards Gamer. Who wants to win a Blu-ray? Our Chief Executor of Awesome, Shanghai Six, scored an interview with the voice of just about every major game protagonist nowadays, Troy Baker. The blonde Nolan ...

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Gravity Ghost (PC) Giveaway!

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What’s this? Weekly giveaways you say? Why, don’t mind if we do! Grim Fandango Remastered was nice and all, but let’s get to something not made over a decade ago. That’s right, Gravity Ghost. The indie darling I reviewed last week by Ivy Games took me on a pleasant and charming ...

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Gravity Ghost Review (PC)

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Swinging Good Time “Indie” games garner this odd mystique about them. They present an unspoken and guarded criticism in reviews and casual conversation out of empathy for the developer. We work with its blue collar appeal, accepting the lack of shine and financials as a term of endearment. You admire the DIY ...

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Grim Fandango: Remastered (PS4/Vita) Giveaway!

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Sound the alarms. It looks like Front Towards Gamer is dumping out some codes! That’s right, not just any codes, codes to the hottest releases! Well, in this case, THE hottest game in January. Enter the tantalizing and thrilling tales of Manny Calavera in Grim Fandango: Remastered. The point-and-click comedy touched up to scratch that nostalgia itch ...

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Mortal Kombat X Finishes on April 14th, Gameplay Trailer Revives the Dead

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NetherRealm Studios and Warner Bros. make a big splash today with the official Mortal Kombat X gameplay trailer offering up the April 14th release date as well as quite a few characters knocking the sense out of each other. At the end of the video, we’re greeted by the four-armed brute of Goro ...

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