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  • 29Sep

    Welcome GKick and Girl Gone Geek to the GamingAngels Presents family!

    Girl Gone Geek and GKick are joining Panels on Pages’ PrincessCast, Game Dames and The Married Gamers as members of the GamingAngels Presents Network, which is currently in its second year. Let’s learn about them! Girl Gone Geek Blog was created by Jamila Rowser, and it’s been running since May 2010. Jamila started her blog in May 2010 as a way to blend her love for writing and her geeky obsessions — sci-fi, comics, literature, anime, you name it. She enjoys and encourages a collaborative community with her readers and loves having good old-fashioned geekouts with them on her Twitter (@girl_gone_geek) and Facebook pages (www.facebook.com/girlgonegeekblog). The GKick podcast — hosted by Shal, Hya, Tor and Ali — presents the latest news and discussion topics on World of Warcraft and Star Wars: The Old Republic. It’s gone from a guild-only guilty pleasure to a giant show with music features and very

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  • 29Sep

    ‘Psychonauts’ now available for Mac with an iOS companion app

    Double Fine Productions announced today that they’re updating the PC version of Psychonauts, and also adding a new companion app for iOS. “We are really excited,” said Double Fine President Tim Schafer, “to finally be answering fans’ requests for a more difficult Meat Circus.” He’s joking, of course. (Thankfully.) The update actually adds Steam achievements, cloud saves and a modified Meat Circus — it’s a little easier, not harder. “Mostly because I’m getting older and it’s hard for me to press buttons that quickly. Hey, don’t forget to mention the achievements!” Schafer added. Don’t worry, I did. Double Fine has also partnered with Dracogen Strategic Investments (not a clan of evil dragons, according to the press release) to bring the game to Mac OS X for the first time — it’s available now on Steam and the Mac App Store as well as other digital retailers starting right now. Double

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  • 29Sep

    ‘The Cursed Crusade’ debuts a new trailer, launch date moved to October 25

    Yesterday, Atlus released a “Story” trailer for The Cursed Crusade, which just got moved to a release date two weeks later than originally planned — October 25. (A demo’s coming soon, however.) This trailer establishes the turmoil between Denz and Esteban (the game’s two main characters) as they attempt to run away from a curse that will…well, pretty much kill them. Follow

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  • 29Sep

    Why, hello there, ‘Syndicate’

    “Initiating unscheduled reboot sequence in 5… 4… 3… 2…” That’s pretty much what this Syndicate reboot feels like, right? Good thing the trailer says it, not me. Speaking of the trailer, I may or may not be in love with the idea of this game. If it at all lives up to this, we’ll have a pretty nice game on our hands. Take a look: Follow

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