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Apr 11

The Podcast Returneth

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As some of our long time readers may remember, we here at Halfbeard’s HUD had the HUDcast, a podcast where we talked about games we were playing, industry news, and other gaming topics on our mind. After a overlong hiatus, we are bringing the podcast back and we want YOU to help! We will be …

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Apr 01

Heads Up: BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea Episode 2

Learn more about Rapture than you ever wanted to know.

Mar 31

Heads Up: Age of Wonders III

I never really took Orcs and Goblins to be of a religious sort.

Mar 27

Review of Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z

I’m willing to put up with a lot of crap in order to enjoy a good idea and that tolerance for all things awful served me quite well when it came to Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z. Acting as a¬†gaiden to the core Ninja Gaiden series, Yaiba is a unique little side story featuring characters and …

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Mar 25

Review of Yoshi’s New Island

While I’ve never been a huge fan of the Yoshi’s Island series, it’s a franchise I’ve always respected because just like the Kirby games, this is where Nintendo normally shows that they can innovate. They’ll take advantage of the character’s unsung status and throw in all sorts of weird mechanics and ideas that just wouldn’t …

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Mar 17

Heads Up: Planet Explorers [Early Access]

Never have giant monsters and never ending hellish hole prisons been so peaceful.

Mar 14

Review of Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze

Unfortunately this game is less “Donkey Kong Country Prime” and more “New Super Donkey Kong Country Wii U”.

Mar 12

Heads Up: Life Goes On [Preview]

The perfect way to live out your dreams, assuming those dreams involve being impaled and then being used as a step ladder.

Mar 11

Heads Up: Atelier Escha & Logy: Alchemists of the Dusk Sky

Gather round the cauldron boys and girls, we have stats to game!

Mar 10

Review of Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy

I sadly can’t claim to have played much of the Layton series in my time. I played a bit of the first game, The Curious Village, when it came out but aside from that it’s always been a franchise I’ve enjoyed from afar. I love the concepts behind it and the style of the presentation …

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