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Creating With “Bricks”: A Look At Discovery For the Wii U

A wonderful site called WiiWareWave had a contest on twitter to win a Wii U indie game called Discovery. Discovery is yet another brick creation game in the vain of Minecraft. I had already played two other block creation games (Cube Life for Wii U and The Magic Hammer for 3DS) and thought they were just ok. And yet, I keep wanting to like this genre. I love creating things. So, I entered the contest to win Discovery and, of course, I won. After a couple of days with the game, I decided it was time to talk about it. Is Discovery any good?

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Woolfe: The Red Hood Diaries Preview

“This is not a fairy tale. There’s nothing fair about it”. When the protagonist of Woolfe: The Red Hood Diaries introduces us to her world, this is the key statement she makes. A warning and an explanation: she is telling the player that this is no ordinary happy-ending bedtime story. In early-access on Steam, Woolfe: The Red Hood Diaries tells the classic story of Little Red Riding Hood with a dark and gritty twist that takes the old story to a whole new level.

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A Rite from the Stars Preview

A hopeful young boy of the Makoa Tribe must travel down and successfully navigate three personal paths to become a man among his peers. These respective paths are Spirit (being in tune with ones soul in order to communicate with the spirit world), Wisdom (using logic and puzzle solving skills), and Courage (using bravery and teamwork to overcome speed challenges).

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Shadows Heretic Kingdoms Preview

The world of the Heretic Kingdoms is in hideous disarray, with the citizens turning on their leaders and each other. With no true ruler there is utter anarchy, and dark enemies are starting to re-emerge from the shadows. The opening of Shadows: Heretic Kingdoms sees a powerful and intimidating demon named the Devourer brought forward to take control of the world before it spirals out of control.

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BlockStorm Preview

When first logging into BlockStorm, you might think that it's going to be a Minecraft mimic, with very subtle differences, but in fact it has more in common with Call of Duty than Minecraft.

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Transformers Rise Of The Dark Spark Preview

For fans of the Transformers series, you will not be disappointed with the June 24th release of “Transformers Rise of the Dark Spark”. Rise of the Dark Spark is a follow up to the widely successful live action films and from other Activision titles Transformers: War for Cybertron and Transformers: Fall of Cybertron. According to Information from Activision, Dark Sparks’ story takes players on the hunt for an ancient relic as powerful as the Matrix of Leadership, the Eponymous Dark Spark.

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Nether Preview

Nether is a post-apocalyptic open world multiplayer game with an emphasis on survival. The style can be compared to Day Z, but instead of a zombie apocalypse, the world was hit with solar flares that mutated a portion of the population into Nethers. Other players in the world can help or hurt you, however there are safezones throughout the map in which Nethers can’t enter and people can’t hurt you.

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Hearthstone Heroes of Warcraft Preview

More than likely, most gamers have played some Warcraft game at some point, whether it be Warcraft 1, 2, 3, or World of Warcraft. Blizzard has just given fans another game to satisfy their desire for more Warcraft: a free to play card game called Hearthstone.

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Mario Golf World Tour Preview

Mario Golf World Tour is an upcoming golf game that will be released for the Nintendo 3DS. It has been almost a year since the announcement of this game in February 2013, and gamers have yet to see much of anything. Although slated for a Summer 2013 release, Nintendo announced a few months later that the game would be delayed into 2014 instead, but were not willing to announce an exact date.

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Ethan: Meteor Hunter Preview

Ethan Meteor Hunter is a puzzle platform game by Seaven Studio. You play as Ethan, a mouse given the power to stop time because he was hit by a meteor. The reason for this isn't explained in the alpha, but perhaps it will be revealed in the full game. Ethan's mission is to collect bits of meteorites as he makes his way through 50 levels. There is a counter at the top of the screen to let you know how many meteorites are in a given level and how many you have collected. It's definitely an original idea, at least from what I’ve seen.

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