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Bastion!

June 29, 2011

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One of the consistently most exciting movements in the world of Nerd is the ever-evolving world of independent gaming. With the  freedom provided by the medium, and the reasonable budget that downloadable games allow, indie gaming represents an artistic revolution akin to the rebel film-making of the 1970′s. One of the best-looking and most buzz-worthy […]

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Toy Soldiers: Cold War

June 16, 2011

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With the future of download-exclusive games glowing ever-brighter, I am particularly pumped about the heavily 80′s inspired combat-fest  ”Toy Soldiers: Cold War” from Signal Studios (available only Xbox Arcade). Heavy homage mixed with even heavier action, this could turn out to be one of the coolest games (downloadable or otherwise) of the year. Direct Link […]

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Untitled 27 Digital Collage by ITEM

May 4, 2010

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Any loyal reader of Nerd City will already know that our friend TEM is an exceptionally talented artist/designer who makes some totally mind-blowing digital collages that he makes available for download directly from his Flickr here. You may notice something particularly interested about his latest piece, Untitled 27, though.  That’s right!  It’s the Nerd City […]

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Today’s PS3 firmware upgrade integrates Facebook

November 18, 2009

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PS3 Facebook

Sony has announced that “later today” the PS3 3.10 system firmware upgrade will be available to download for all users. The biggest addition to the PS3 with this update is the integration of your Facebook account. For those with Facebook and a PS3, you will be able to attach your PSN ID to your Facebook […]

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Hack/Slash on iTunes!

October 24, 2009

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Great news for our good buddy Tim Seeley and the team @ Devil’s Due.  Hack/Slash and a multitude of other D.D. titles are now available for download on the iPhone. As a huge fan of Seeley and his book, I’m super-stoked to be too dumb to figure out how to read Hack/Slash in portable form. […]

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