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System Shock 3 will be revealed in a few days

Otherside Entertainment is getting ready to reveal System Shock 3. If you go to the studio's website, you'll see a countdown clock counting down to December 13, 9PM PST. You'll also see what seems to be the start of a teaser image and the phrase "I am flawless, perpetual... absolute." It's a little difficult to figure out what the teaser site is...

Classroom Aquatic announced for PlayStation VR

Classroom Aquatic, the underwater tale of an exchange student cheating their way to the top of the class, will be released on the upcoming PlayStation VR headset. Designed by Remy Karns and his team at Sunken Places, the game is uniquely built from the ground up for Virtual Reality in order to make sure that every movement counts. As Karns...

Shakedown Hawaii announced, is the sequel for Retro City Rampage

Vblank Entertainment has announced their new game Shakedown Hawaii. According to the official announcement, this is the sequel to the studio's previous title - Retro City Rampage. Shakedown Hawaii is set in a 16-bit open world, powered up with destructible environments and an arsenal of supercharged weapons. The sequel takes place some 30 years after the events of Retro City Rampage, and follows the...

Crowfall MMO enters next testing phase

The upcoming MMO Crowfall has been funded on Kickstarter since February 25, 2015. Since the project was launched, the developers, ArtCraft Entertainment, have raised $1,766,204 of the original pledged goal of only $800,000. That is a massive accomplishment on their end and the game is showing for it. The developers will be opening up the next test this November. The test...

VRX 2015 Interview: Spencer Honeyman – VirZoom

Hot off of one of the most interactive biking experience inside of a virtual world, the GamersPack crew were able to get an exclusive interview with Spencer Honeyman, the Director of Business Development at VirZoom. Aiming to break the stereotypes of classic fitness, the developers behind the new stationary bike were more than happy to detail the equipment's humble...

Armello review: Across the board

There is a certain charm only found in Armello. This Indie title is something that gamers rarely come across and is one of those games that you either really love or really hate. Whether your case may be, this is one game you should definitely try to play. It's hard to choose what Armello really is, as the game is literally...

Indiecade 2015 Exclusive Interview: Loot Interactive

Loot Interactive was able to set up an amazing pavilion showcasing all of the new titles they brought to consoles around the world at Indiecade 2015. Thankfully, our Youtube host Jassi was on hand to find out everything that Jason Sorensen and Loot Interactive had to offer. Jason is the Director of Product Services at Loot, and his job is...

Indiecade 2015 Exclusive Interview: Nintendo’s Kirk Scott

Nintendo's very own Indie games representative, Kirk Scott, shared a special moment with our Youtube host Jassi, to discuss all of the amazing games coming to the Wii U. In addition to all of the games, Kirk was excited to talk about the upcoming Amiibo support for Shovel Knight, and detailing how easy it is for independent developers to publish...

Indiecade 2015 Exclusive Interview: Dan Adelman – Chasm

Chasm is the name of Dan Edelman's new 8-bit platformer, and our resident Youtube host Jassi was able to share his excitement in this exclusive interview. Based off of the classic Metroid and Mega Man games of the past, this new 2D adventure title takes players through mining dungeons to learn about what happened to the ancient civilization that...

Indiecade 2015 Exclusive Interview: Tumblestone

The addictively simple new game Tumblestone took Indiecade 2015 by storm, and we were on hand to get an exclusive interview to discuss what makes this game so amazing. Our Youtube host Jassi was able to interview the game's designer Ty Taylor to discuss the gameplay, multiplayer and community. The new puzzle game has players racing to the top of the...

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