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My book resurfaces, Infinity Blade 2 and The Doctor is ill

Infinity Blade II Screenshot

I'm currently in the middle of a marvelous little window of time where I don't have any reviews that need to be done, so I took the chance to pick a few titles out of my back catalogue and get caught up. After three days of fairly steady play, I put the wraps on Infinity Blade II.

The Walking Dead: Episode Three—Long Road Ahead Review

Bring Tissues

The Walking Dead: Episode Three—Long Road Ahead Screenshot

HIGH The intensity and emotion is unbelievably high.

LOW Are you REALLY not gonna let me grab that map, Kenny?

WTF A glitch made Duck invisible for a few conversations. Mood killer!

Gamecritics.com Podcast Episode 79: PAX and The Walking Dead Episode Three

In this episode, Brad is freshly back from PAX Prime and gives us the low-down on what he saw there. We then go into a huge, spoiler-ridden discussion of The Walking Dead Episode Three. Don't worry, we tell you before we start talking about it. Stop being paranoid. With Chi Kong "Mr. C" Lui, Brad "Richie" Gallaway, Mike "Potsie" Bracken, Richard "The Fonz" Naik and Dylan "Arnold" Collins.

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Gamecritics.com Podcast Episode 78: Games, Glorious Games!

Tonight, we talk games. Lots of games. Sleeping Dogs, Risen 2, Darksiders 2, Papo & Yo, Spec Ops, Way of the Samurai 4 and so many more! We're back and in full force, ladies and gentleman! With Chi Kong Lui, Brad Gallaway, Richard "Children must be taught to draw from birth" Naik, special guest Jeffrey Matulef and Dylan Collins.

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Extra Credits: Games you might not have tried #4

Just like the title says, Extra Credits looks at some games that may have flown under your video game radar. Games like Lone Survivor, Day-Z and Legend of Grimrock made Extra Credits' under the radar releases, check out the video to see if it mentioned one of yours.

Extra Credits: Games you might not have tried #4

TouchTalk, Volume Three

The Act Screenshot

Welcome back to a semi-regular feature here at GameCritics.com: TouchTalk. While this series was inspired by one of my old features, the Bargain Basement, I've got an all-new focus for an all-new phase in gaming. Rather than highlighting discounted gems in the used section of a retail shop, I'll be reviewing downloadable mobile games and apps that you might want to check out… and maybe some that you'll want to avoid.

Interview with Shellrazer's Jesse Turner and Nick Waanders

Interview with Shellrazer's Jesse Turner and Nick Waanders

While at the most recent Seattle Indie Expo (SIX), I had the chance to meet Jesse Turner, artist for the recent iOS release, Shellrazer. I was blown away by his energy and enthusiasm, and there's no question he's a very talented artist. Dude can draw the hell out of turtles, yo. Although I didn't have a ton of time at the show, Jesse was quite gracious and willing to follow up with me afterwards, and here's what he (and his teammate Nick Waanders) had to say.

Unmechanical Review

Unmemorable

Unmechanical Screenshot

HIGH Seeing the gorgeous underwater areas.

LOW That's it?

WTF What, exactly, does a world of robots need a giant, beating heart for?

Video: QWOP guy puts sex on his date (NSFW)

Ok, there may need to be some explaining here before viewing the video.

QWOP is a rag-doll based Flash game where you control an Olympic runner doing the 100-meter dash. While it may look like a Track n' Field romp, QWOP is far more sadistic than the NES classic. Players use four buttons to control the lower limbs of the runner. "Q" and "W" control his thighs and "O" and "P" control his calves. That's pretty much it. It may sound simple but it is anything but. YouTube is full of videos of people who were foolish enough to attempt this game although there are some who have actually achieved the game's goal—although you would hardly call them winners if you watched the videos.

Now that we got that out of the way, the Dorkly guys asked the question that many of us asked after playing a bit of QWOP: how is that guy in the bedroom? You only have to watch the video to find out.

Where'd all these games come from?!?

Risen 2: Dark Waters Screenshot

A few weeks ago, it seemed like there wasn't a single thing to play. Now, it seems like there's too much to handle!

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