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BG’s Month of Terror: Our most terrifying in-game moments

Everybody who’s been gaming for a long time has one. A moment where you’re playing a ‘scary’ game and cooking, humming along just fine till you reach it… a moment that just shouts ‘nope’. These are some of those. Be afraid.
Posted 24 Oct 2014 | Editorials, Featured Articles, Halloween, News | 0 Comments
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Courtesy of Robin Keijzer


Robin Keijzer was born in a town called Zwolle in the Netherlands. Later on in his life he moved south, where he studied and now lives in Breda. Illustration has always been Robin’s biggest hobby even when it became his day job. He also enjoys playing Dungeons and Dragons as…
Totoro Cupcakes
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Lenna Ly: turning favourite characters into cupcakes

Creativity is expressed in many different ways, and today you will get to know an individual who brings her favorite characters from Studio Ghibli’s My Neighbor Totoro to life by making cupcakes out of them. Lenna Ly grew up in Markham Ontario. She moved all around the area but still…
Posted 22 Oct 2014 | Featured Articles, Interview, News | 0 Comments
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Extra Life 2014 Is Approaching

A chance to help sick kids by playing video games.
Posted 21 Oct 2014 | Featured Articles | 0 Comments
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Sunday Review: The BG archive for the week of 10/12/14

Wow was this a packed week of content as we had more NYCC coverage, a pair of new iPads were announced, Warner Bros tok the wraps off their DC Movie slate, we went behind the scenes on Halloween: Otome, and -of course- our continuing Brutal Gamer’s Month of Terror series…

Saturday Radar: GamesRadar’s best for the week of 10/13/14

An awesome look at Far Cry 4′s deadly world of wonders highlights this week’s selection of stories that also includes some tougher than tough mods and some very hard to pronounce names.
Posted 18 Oct 2014 | Featured Articles, GamesRadar, News | 0 Comments
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Courtesy of Tyler Thompson


Last time you got to know the duo over at Synokoria that were behind the concept and creation of Halloween Otome. Today you will meet the talented musician that composed and lent his voice to the opening and ending theme songs, plus wrote an additional song that he sung for…
Posted 17 Oct 2014 | Featured Articles, Halloween, Interview, News | 0 Comments
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  I wanted to kick off my little mini series called: Backstage Pass of indie games. This is where I get an inside look of some games that I feel are worth honorable mentions, and need to be checked out! In the spirit of Halloween I interviewed the duo team…
Posted 15 Oct 2014 | Featured Articles, Halloween, Indie | 0 Comments

Reused Assets #3: Best. Segue. Ever.

The team played some new games, and talked about some upcoming ones.
Posted 14 Oct 2014 | Featured Articles, Podcast | 0 Comments

BG’s Month of Terror: Our Top Scariest Video Games

With Halloween just around the corner, we at Brutal Gamer thought we would share with you guys our top scariest game we’ve either played or seen. (Yes even here at BG, we watch the game rather than play it sometimes).
Posted 13 Oct 2014 | Editorials, Featured Articles, Halloween, News | 5 Comments
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Sunday Review: The BG Archive for the week of 10/06/14

This week, the Sunday Archive returns with plenty of NYCC coverage and our first booth tours of the show (which’ll continue into next week), and our kick off to the Month of Terror with horror movie reviews and more tricks and treats.

Jason Voorhees: The perfect Killer

As it’s October, the month of all things scary, why not take this opportunity to have a look at what makes Jason Voorhees (In My Opinion) the PERFECT killer.
Posted 10 Oct 2014 | Featured Articles, Movies & TV, News, past | 0 Comments

October is Here! Welcome to Brutal Gamer’s Month of Terror!

A special place rests in the collective heart of Brutal Gamer for the month of October and the Halloween festivities that it brings. Join us now for a look at what’s to come for the tenth month of the calendar and BG’s first annual Month of Terror!
Posted 06 Oct 2014 | Editorials, Featured Articles, Movies & TV, News, past | 1 Comment
Watch_Dogs was released this year on May 27th

What is going on in the gaming industry and where has the value gone?

So many games these days consist of high end marketing with crazy amazing cinematic trailers and hyped up storylines, plot twists and game play teasers. Then why with today’s technology are we still shelling out for expensive special editions of utter crap. Harsh? I don’t think so.
Posted 26 Sep 2014 | Editorials, Featured Articles, industry, PS Vita, PS3, PS4, Rumor, Xbox 360, Xbox One | 0 Comments

EGX Hands-On: LittleBigPlanet 3

Sackboy and friends come to the next generation for some platforming fun.
Posted 25 Sep 2014 | Expo, Featured Articles, Preview, PS4 | 1 Comment
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Saturday Radar: GamesRadar’s best for the week of 9/15/14

Saturday Radar returns with a mostly Destiny-flavored slate of articles. We’ve got a review to share with you, as well as a piece about the game’s longevity, and then an article taking a peek at all the video game related movies still in development just to shake things up a…
Posted 20 Sep 2014 | Featured Articles, GamesRadar, Microsoft, Movies & TV, News, PC, PS3, PS4, Sony, Xbox 360, Xbox One | 0 Comments
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