Monday, May 20, 2019

Dino Run: Free Flash Games Review

Finding free flash games that are equal parts awesome, fun, and time-consuming is tough. Luckily, Geek Insider is here to help you find the best, the funny, and the so-bad-it’s-awesome games...

ArcheAge Beta Preview: Just Another WoW Clone

I’m a very critical person. It’s very, very rare that I’ll give my wholehearted approval on something. This goes double for games. I can (and will) even pick out flaws in...

Weekly Horror Review: Alan Wake

If Stephen King were to make a video game, I’d imagine it’d look a lot like Alan Wake. This lovely yarn has all the trademarks of the father of modern horror,...

Review: Watch Dogs (It’s Not A Hack Job)

Introductory Thoughts: There are a lot of mixed opinions and feelings concerning this game, and rightfully so. Personally, I experienced feelings from both sides of the fence, but after spending a bit...
BioShock Movie Big Daddy

Ken Levine Reveals BioShock Movie Cancellation Details

Universal's fear of R-rated films led to severe budget cuts to the Bioshock movie project The the details behind the cancellation of the ill-fated movie adaptation of the 2007 video game classic...

CSR Classics – iOS Game Review

Being a Blackberry user for the last two years, the world of mobile gaming has almost completely passed me by. I'm fairly sure Snake or Tetris would've been a bit of...

Weekly Horror Game Review: SCP: Containment Breach

You don't really know how you got here - wherever "here" is. The folks running the show at the SCP Foundation aren't in the habit of explaining themselves, least of all...

Cytus – Review

Rhythm games are as hard to find these days as fanny packs and Surge.  With the declining interest of the popular plastic-instrument pastimes of Guitar Hero and Rock Band, there just...

New York Gaming, February Games Demo

A few nights ago, I went to New York Gaming’s February games demo, held at Microsoft. NY Gaming regularly puts on great networkers and professional development classes too, but the monthly...

Thomas Was Alone… But Not For Long

Thomas Was Alone is a bit of a strange game. It's self described as a minimalist puzzle platformer about friendship and jumping. The jumping part isn't terribly surprising, considering how it would...

GEEK NEWS

Delivery of the Future and the Current Methods of Tracking

The contemporary technology is developing at a fast pace, and the sectors of shipping and logistics are also experiencing unprecedented modernization and innovation. The...

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