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GameCritics.com Podcast Episode 74: Dragon's Dogma, Max Payne 3 and Portable Gaming

On this episode we examine the state of Portable Games. Brad also brings Dragon's Dogma to the table, and Mike and Chi weigh in on Max Payne 3. This episode also features what is surely the greatest Thumbs up, thumbs down of all time! With Dylan Collins, Chi Kong Lui, Brad "Bromance" Gallaway, Mike Bracken and special guest Michael Cunningham.

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Tango Chase Review

Chimply Mediocre

Tango Chase Screenshot Tango Chase Screenshot

HIGH Dozens and dozens of levels.

LOW Game pacing controlled by scroll of the screen.

WTF The design of the villain. Seriously.

The Lost Shapes Review

Finding Shapes in Chaos...

The Lost Shapes Screenshot

HIGH Fast-paced, yet simple tile-based mechanics.

LOW A lot of the game boils down to waiting for the right piece.

WTF The main character is a strange mix between Harry Potter and The Riddler.

Extra Credits: Games you might not have tried #3

Once again, the guys at Extra Credits go through some games that caught their eye but may have flown under everyone else's radar. Some obvious ones make the list like Dungeon Defenders and Recettear, but they also include some lesser known releases like Dear Esther, The Dark Meadow and Xotic to name a few. Check out the video to see they mentioned one of your under the radar releases.

Extra Credits: Games you might not have tried #3

Elder Sign: Omens Review

Straight Outta Innsmouth

Elder Sign: Omens Screenshot

HIGH Having an unbelievable streak of luck and finally sealing Cthulhu away.

LOW Needing just one more glyph and repeatedly being denied.

WTF Getting "+3 Doom" four times in a row for a speedy WTF Game Over.

The Walking Dead: Episode One—A New Day Review

Three Slices Through the Same Exquisite Corpse

The Walking Dead: Episode One—A New Day Screenshot

HIGH Tense and significant story-based choices.

LOW Not knowing whether I was stuck or just waiting for the plot to progress.

WTF The way to break a window "silently." Also, batteries.

PAX East 2012: The Games

Mark of the Ninja Screenshot

The simple truth is that if you spend your time at PAX waiting around in line for a demo you'll play on Xbox Live in a few months anyway, you are a chump. There are so many awesome games from smaller publishers and indies on the floor that you might not get exposed to anywhere else. So, if you were being a linefool, here's some of what you missed.

Anomaly: Warzone Earth Review

The Slow-moving Runaway Choo-choo Train of Deadly Death

Anomaly Warzone Earth Screenshot

HIGH Bringing maxed-out missile launchers to bear on the enemy.

LOW Waiting one second too long to change course and getting mulched.

WTF It's never explained why your forces can't slow or stop. No brakes?

PAX East 2012: The Panels

Hitman: Absolution Screenshot

The convention's stealthy aspect kicked off with a great panel on the subject featuring Nels Anderson, Andy Schatz, and Dan Silvers, chaired by Matthew Weise, also featuring the con's largest single-room concentration of guys in suits.

Extra Credits: TransGaming

The guys at Extra Credits take a quick look at an idea that has been on the minds of game developers and publishers for years now. It's dubbed "transgaming" and it lets fans of different genres all play and exist within the same game world. There is a lot of potential there, so have a listen.

Extra Credits: TransGaming

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