Cheap and Dirty Gamer: The Last Door: Chapter 1 – The Letter is Your First Step

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Cheap and Dirty Gamer tends to be a series focused on random games that don’t necessarily steal too much attention away from the larger, more in depth games in your library. While I’ve reviewed some pretty good games, very few of them have gotten into my head in the way that The Last Door: Chapter… Continue reading

Cheap and Dirty Gamer: Get a Good Crew for Organ Trail: Director’s Cut

When I was given the option to choose the crew that’d be accompanying me on my trip through Organ Trail: Director’s Cut, it was only natural that I’d bring along the bros from Horrible Night. Most of them seem to have cool, travel worthy skills and besides that, we could talk about video games on… Continue reading

Broken Age is the Name for the Double Fine Adventure Game Funded by Kickstarter

A little over a year ago, Double Fine changed the way the video game industry looked at Kickstarter and crowdfunding in general. The result of this experiment was the dramatically successful $3 million+ funding of the creation of a new adventure game by Double Fine and a documentary of the process behind the scenes. Backers… Continue reading

The Neverhood Spiritual Successor Being Molded

The team the brought us Earthworm Jim and The Neverhood is getting back together to create a new point-and-click adventure game, creator Doug TenNapel announced on Facebook. The game will feature his unique style of clay and puppet animations. Doug went into some detail on why the new game cannot his EWJ or Neverhood characters:… Continue reading

Castlevania: Lords of Shadow – Mirror of Fate Demo Impressions: Heavy Adventure

I really wish I could clear my head when approaching Castlevania games, but I do have a bit of history with the series. Thankfully, I was able to put aside my initial issues with Lords of Shadow and enjoy a great new take on a Castlevania adventure. However, now MercurySteam is taking on the 2D… Continue reading

The Cave Review: Deeper Darkness

People seem to have the strangest fascination with non-human things having the ability to talk: cars, smartphones, Tom and Jerry. (Looking back, Tom and Jerry talking might have been one of the worst events in my childhood history and I didn’t even know it.) In the case of The Cave, seven unique archetypes approach a… Continue reading

The Walking Dead Review: The Dead Can Feel

A game seldom comes along which strikes a chord deeper than just being entertained. The Walking Dead by Telltale Games delivers on a one-of-a-kind experience by reaching into your personal morality and advocates a new level of interactive storytelling. Episodic games are some of the more difficult games to master, and this holds especially true when it… Continue reading

Mainstreaming Horror – The Horrible Show Live #320

While horror games have seen an indie revival in recent years, the major publishers continue to shy away from the genre. Justin, Josh, and Ethan investigate and discuss their personal favorite frights and spooky failures. The Horrible Show – Join the editorial staff of as they discuss a variety of entertainment-focused video game topics…. Continue reading

Cheap and Dirty Gamer: Home Holds Mysterious Answers

This may end up being one of the more difficult editions of Cheap and Dirty Gamer. A part of that is due to the soreness in my glutes after a triumphant return to physical fitness and the other because Home confused me a bit. I’m not talking about the confusion that comes from a poorly scripted story,… Continue reading