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2013 was an amazing year in gaming. While we got loads of sequels, we also got some beautiful new IPs, and plenty of new hardware to enjoy it all.
Naughty Dog took a break from Uncharted and gave us The Last of Us, BattleBlock Theater reminded us why we love The Behemoth, and Ken Levine and his crew unleashed BioShock: Infinite on the gaming world. And let’s not forget all the amazing ports, including Diablo III (on consoles), Fez (on the PC), and Hotline Miami (on the PS3 and Vita). Yes, this year took our breath away, and cramped our thumbs like the good old days of the NES. We here at Warp Zoned have been gaming our little fingers off the last 12 months, and we’ve been even harder at work the last few weeks trying to decide what we loved and hated about gaming in 2013. After several days of deliberation, here’s what we came up with. And now it’s time for us to get back to gaming… 2014 is ready for us. (more…)
Robot Loves Kitty invited fans to play along as they released new builds of their PC-exclusive action RPG, Legend of Dungeon. Beginning in the Spring with the “Nearly Beta,” the team also released revisions known as the “Alpha Minotaur,” the “Alpha Nymph,” and possibly some others I may have missed. The official “Beta” version was uploaded for pre-purchasers at the beginning of August, so it was only a matter of time until the developers completed work on the final version of the game.
And like magic, the “Full Version” of Legend of Dungeon is now available on Steam as of yesterday, September 13.
The “Full Version” includes many new secrets as well as “an upgrade to monster AI, many new sound effects, and more weapons including a Shotgun and a Katana.” Robot Loves Kitty has also promised that the promised Unlockable Character Classes and Pet System will be available soon. Until then, enjoy the “Launch Party” trailer above.
Robot Loves Kitty has announced that their “roguelike beat ’em up,” Legend of Dungeon, has entered the beta phase. The developer began selling the game in “Nearly Beta” form earlier this Spring (it was also available to play at PAX East) and has since followed it up with two further iterations: “Alpha Minotaur” and “Alpha Nymph.”
The “Beta” version of the game is available to purchase from RLK’s official website for $10, but everyone who bought the “Nearly Beta” version will receive a free upgrade. The “Beta” adds a bunch of new features to the game including local and online scoreboards, NPCs, secrets, flame throwers, and “baby gerbil throwing gerbil hats.” Um… OK.
The full list of changes can be found at Robot Loves Kitty’s Tumbler. If you’d like to see the new version of Legend of Dungeon in action, the developer is hosting a livestream tonight at 9:00 PM (Eastern Time) on Twitch.
We don’t have the PAX pox, but what if the entire convention center was put under quarantine because of some mystery illness? What would you do? What would you see? We’d endure the PAXpocalypse by spending all of our time with the 13 games (nine playable, three developer-guided demos, and one board game) below. Though it would have to be after pushing the hordes of undead off our doorstep. Because any pox affecting PAXgoers would almost certainly have to lead to a zombie uprising. (more…)