Cheap and Dirty Gamer: Medieval Shark Would Need More Than a Week

I don’t personally know Felix Weisner but I am familiar with his work, mainly a series of games about a shark destroying everything in his path for no apparent reason. I mean, does a shark really need a reason to cause massive amounts of damage to anything or anyone in his path? Of course not,… Continue reading

Hey! Play! The Border Lands: Borderlands 2 Demake

Demakes are some of my favorite displays of fanaticism. Usually it takes a talented fan with some programming skills and a healthy obsession to pull off a retro retelling of his/her game of choice. So if you told me that a game company released a demake of their upcoming game as a promotional tool for… Continue reading

I Learned Something Today: Outernauts

The summer doldrums can be pretty taxing. It’s easy to get lost in routines and just wish the days by and forget about some of the things we take for granted, like nature. The world around us still has plenty of adventures and discoveries left in it which all get even better when they are… Continue reading

Cheap and Dirty Gamer: Steam Rogue is Charming for a Robot

Our esteemed EIC Mr. Justin Lacey suggested a game called Steam Rogue to me earlier this week, but I held off committing it as my choice for Cheap and Dirty based on the fact that I suck at platformers. Maybe it’s not the fact that I suck at them as much as I’m not quite to the caliber… Continue reading

Cheap and Dirty Gamer: Indestructo Tank: Launch Will Loosen Your Tight Behind

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When you’re cheap and dirty, you don’t normally have access to really awesome but unbelievably expensive luxury items like tanks. When we do get the opportunity to get hands on with such things, we tend to act very timidly despite the really awesome scenarios we always imagined getting into should we come into possession of a tank. This is… Continue reading

Cheap and Dirty Gamer: Alternate History Lessons in Relic of War

It’s completely coincidental that this week’s C&D, an alternate history version of World War II called Relic of War happens to occur while I’m actually in Germany looking for an apartment. In comparing the game to my trip, the ferocity of the Nazi’s fictional takeover of the world couldn’t run more opposite from my delightful little invasion of Berlin. In fact, I’ve been welcomed (for… Continue reading