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PEWFELL IN DRAIN OF CHAOS: INTERVIEW WITH CHUCK WHELON

Pewfell in Drain of Chaos is the long-time comic created by illustrator Chuck Whelon, and was a project he started back in the 1990’s. While the comic itself has been completed, the project was recently revived to launch as a Kickstarter campaign, so it could be turned into a book…
Posted 26 Jan 2015 | Comics, Featured Articles, industry, Interview | 0 Comments
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METAL RENDITIONS OF VIDEO GAME MUSIC: INTERVIEW WITH MUSICIAN DANIEL LAMBIE

As we have seen so far video games have inspired many individuals to get creative, and embark on their own personal projects that showcase their talent. Daniel Lambie is a professional musician but he is also known for his powerful metal renditions of many video game titles.   Daniel Lambie…
Posted 26 Jan 2015 | Featured Articles, industry, Interview | 0 Comments
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Dungeon Master’s Guide (Book) Review

“Everything a Dungeon Master needs to weave legendary stories for the world’s greatest role playing game.”
Posted 21 Jan 2015 | Featured Articles, Tabletop Gaming | 0 Comments
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SEVEN KINGDOMS- THE PRINCESS PROBLEM: AN INSIDE LOOK WITH ALY THOMPSON

On December 21st 2014, Azalyne Studios released the demo of their first official game Seven Kingdoms: The Princess Problem. In addition to getting an inside look at the game through this interview we also get to learn about the creator Aly Thompson, and the history of Azalyne Studios.
Posted 19 Jan 2015 | demo, Featured Articles, Indie, Interview | 0 Comments
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DISCOVERY CHANNEL’S BIG GIANT SWORDS: INTERVIEW WITH MICHAEL CRAUGHWELL

Video games are a great past time because they can offer players entertainment, storylines, relatable characters, and even inspire them to build the weapons from those video games.
Posted 13 Jan 2015 | Featured Articles, industry, Interview, Movies & TV, premiere | 2 Comments
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Gaze into BG’s crystal ball and behold our predictions for 2015!

Video games had a big year in 2014. Gamergate, failed launches, and exciting new games made this past year one to remember, and the new year of 2015 is starting to take shape as another exciting 12 months.
Posted 12 Jan 2015 | Editorials, Featured Articles, industry, Microsoft, News, Nintendo, past, PC, Sony | 0 Comments
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HUB IT Sync & Charge Station (Hardware) Review

  Ah, electronics. They are so very wonderful – and their cords are such a pain in the butt.
Posted 07 Jan 2015 | Featured Articles | 0 Comments
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Looking back – BrutalGamer’s favorite stories from 2014

And now, our obligatory look back at our favorite gaming memories and our thoughts on the biggest gaming stories of 2014.
Posted 02 Jan 2015 | E3, Featured Articles, Microsoft, Nintendo, Nintendo Wii, past, PAX, PS4, psn, Sony, Ubisoft, Wii U, Xbox 360, Xbox One | 6 Comments
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Tis the season for BG’s Holiday memories

The Holiday Season means lots of different things to just about everybody, but here at BG most of our best memories come from one of our favorite hobbies.
Posted 27 Dec 2014 | Editorials, Featured Articles, News, past | 1 Comment
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ELEGY FOR A DEAD WORLD: INTERVIEW WITH ZIBA SCOTT

On Wednesday December 10 2014 indie game developers Popcannibal and Dejobaan Games, released Elegy  for a Dead World on Steam. Since its release the game has been positively received among the gaming community. Synopsis courtesy of Ziba Scott: Elegy for a Dead World is a colourful side-scroller adventure game about…
Posted 15 Dec 2014 | Featured Articles, Indie, industry, Interview | 1 Comment
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ROCKET ROBINSON AND THE PHAROH’S FORTUNE: AN INTERVIEW WITH AUTHOR AND ILLUSTRATOR SEAN O’NEILL

Rocket Robinson and the Pharaoh’s Fortune takes place in 1933 and stars Rocket Robinson a 12- year- old boy who comes to Cairo Egypt with his father, who works for the U.S. State Department. Rocket Robinson’s only friend is his pet monkey Screech. The two of them come across a…
Posted 11 Dec 2014 | Comics, Featured Articles, Interview | 0 Comments
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INTERVIEW WITH AFTER MIDNIGHT ANTHOLOGY ILLUSTRATOR AND CREATOR: JENNIFER WU

After Midnight Anthology is a collection of beautiful illustrations and comics created by 20 artists. Each artist illustrates what they think happens after midnight. Some artists present their ideas in a comic format, while others do only illustrations. In addition each artist is responsible for writing a page that include…
Posted 05 Dec 2014 | Comics, Featured Articles, Interview | 0 Comments
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20 Years Of PlayStation Memories

A look at the 20th anniversary of Sony’s first console.
Posted 05 Dec 2014 | Featured Articles, Retro Gaming | 1 Comment

Far Cry 4 (Xbox One) Review

Let’s all go down to Kyrat.
Posted 03 Dec 2014 | Featured Articles, Reviews, Xbox One, Xbox One | 0 Comments
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Hollow Knight: Interview with Indie Developer Team Cherry’s William Pellen and Ari Gibson

In this lively interview with Team Cherry’s William Pellen and Ari Gibson, we’ll get an inside look at their first gaming project Hollow Knight. Get ready to experience their sense of humor and hopefully you’ll have a few laughs along the way. Indie game developer Team Cherry was established in…
Posted 01 Dec 2014 | Featured Articles, Indie, Interview | 0 Comments
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The Sunday Review: The Brutal Gamer Archive for the week of 11/24/14

Thanksgiving week in the US saw a little lull in news and reviews here at BG, but there was still plenty to like this past week with Black Friday deals, the first of our Godzilla review retrospectives, a look at the new Batman book from DK, and the debut of…
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