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This week we go to E3 to check out... oh, who are we kidding? We messed up again.
Sometimes something just doesn't wind up being equal to the sum of its parts. For instance, when you make a Sci-Fi Western, you could end up with Firefly or you could end up with Wild Wild West. The new XBLA release Aqua attempts to mash up pirates, steampunk, and twin stick shooting. Are we talking Mal Reynolds or Jim West?
#3: Revolt in Ogre Town - Flash, Platformer, Epic Adventure Time - LINK
#2: Triggerman - Flash, Stealth, Coolio Niato - LINK
#1: GunGirl 2 - Windows, Platformer, Paul Schneider - LINK
Who'd ever have thought that mash, run, repeat would've made for such a lost-lasting formula? Today we pay homage to the king of 90s arcades: the beat-em-up.
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This Week's Music:
2-4-2 Gonna ride the monorail, Baby!
Spacehopper for Collin
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RT @acarboni: Yesterday @aegies stopped by to talk FEZ and @disasterpeace gave an in-studio performance! http://t.co/w53arHgq
Hey, remember Free Indie Rapid Fire? It's a part of @newchallenger now, video comments and all! Here's this week's: http://t.co/7N1xAqB0
@spirit31gaming I actually put a video up on Bytejacker and the Bytejacker YouTube/Facebook about it when we started- guess you missed it ;)
@spirit31gaming Moved FIRF and indie reviews over to the @NewChallenger youtube. http://t.co/EyCeVMPi
RT @acarboni: Hey, guys? FREE. INDIE. RAPID. FIRE. (seriously) http://t.co/uVcGzbgy
Used the terms "scaling" and "ux experience" when she asked for details. I have learned a lot here in SF.