The Guilt and the Shadow Review and Specs

GameInfo: The guilt and the shadow is a “short story exploration game” about the past, death, illness and the thin line between life and insanity.

Review: N/A

System Requirements
OS: Windows 7 and up
Processor: 2.0ghz
Memory: 1 GB RAM
Graphics: 512MB
Hard Drive: 700 MB available space


Genre: Adventure, Indie
Developer: Frederico Machuca
Publisher: Frederico Machuca
Release Date: 2 Feb, 2015

Ratventure Challenge – GameInfo

Review Screenshots Specs GameInfo Trailer

Two crazy rats dream of an unlimited amount of cheese! Help them by building spectacular towers, incredible bridges and any other constructions which will help them achieve their goal!

Genre: Adventure, Casual, Indie, Simulation
Developer: Estelion
Publisher: Estelion
Release Date: 8 May, 2015

NES Cartridge Fetches $35k

We beg your pardon?

We’ve brought you news of ancient video games going for a lot of money before, but this one… this one is pretty special. A sealed copy of Stadium Events, a title for the ever-wonderful NES console, has sold on eBay for a huge $35,100. The fact that it was sealed presumably helped drive the bids up, as did the fact that this particular game stands out more than most.

Released in 1987, Stadium Events was intended for use with a floor mat peripheral produced by Bandai, which was discontinued pretty swiftly after its launch, forcing the game to be pulled from shelves at the same time.

Making for a very limited run of the game, this all means that this is a very rare beast indeed. Some bids came in at around $100,000 before being removed and then the final figure was finally settled on. What’s the buyer going to do with it? Hopefully, visit an Antiques Roadshow recording very soon. Or maybe they just really, really want to play it?

Windows to Date

November 10, 1983: announces Windows 1.0

December 9, 1987: Windows 2.0 released

December 9,1987: Windows/386 (or Windows 386) released June 1988: Windows/286 (or Windows 286) released

May 22 1990: Windows 3.0 released, with an upgrade version made available

October, 1991: Windows 3.0 (or Windows 3.0a with multimedia) released

April 1991: Windows 3.1 released; within two months, it sells more than a million copies

October 1992: Windows for Workgroups 3.1 released

August 1993: Windows NT 3.1 released

February 1994: Windows for Workgroups 3.11 released

September 1994: Microsoft Windows NT 3.5 is released

June, 1995: Microsoft Windows NT 3.51 is released

August 1995: Microsoft Windows 95 is released; within four days it sells more than a million copies.

August 1996: Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 released

November 1996: Microsoft Windows CE 1.0 released

November 1997: Microsoft Windows CE 2.0 is released.

June 1998: Microsoft Windows 98 released.

July 1998: Microsoft Windows CE 2.1 released.

May 5, 1999: Microsoft Windows 98 Second Edition released.

1999: Microsoft Windows CE 3.0 released.

February 2000: Microsoft Windows 2000 released.

April 19, 2000: Windows Mobile launched

June 19, 2000: Microsoft Windows ME (Millennium Edition) released

October 25, 2001: Microsoft Windows XP released

2001: Microsoft Windows XP 64-Bit Edition (v 2002) for Itanium systems is released

March 28, 2003 Microsoft Windows Server 2003 released

March 28, 2003: Microsoft Windows XP 64-Bit Edition (v 2003) for Itanium 2 systems is released

August 6, 2004: Microsoft releases Service Pack 2 for XP

April 24, 2005: Microsoft Windows XP Professional x64 Edition released

January 30, 2007: Microsoft Windows Vista is released

July 22, 2009: Windows 7 is released

November 8, 2010: Windows Phone launches and replaces Windows Mobile

February 22, 2011: Service Pack One released for Windows 7

October 26, 2012: Windows 8 is released

December 20, 2012: Windows Phone 8 launches

October 17, 2013: Windows 8.1 is released

September 20, 2014: Microsoft announces the next Windows will be Windows 10

January 21, 2015: Microsoft firms up Windows 10 details


Need some space? These folks are your ticket to all of it

Given that the cosmos is so big it’s frankly just rude, real starfaring pilots will find themselves more and more in demand as the expectations of the future bear down. And yet this noble role is ill-served by the videogame biz. We’ve got high fantasy heroes coming out of our grubby goblin ears and enough elite soldiers to answer every call of duty until the end of time, but space jockeys? Not so many, at least not with their own identities: there are plenty of big missions where it’s you hogging the controls, you awful glory hunter.
So here we call out some of the names and faces providing gaming’s response to those Death Star trench run air-punch moments. Bubbling under: the amusing but barely competent Jetman, and Spanky the Aero Fighters dolphin because he’s technically just a jet pilot. Dammit.

Proco and Tiat
Darius (Arcade – 1986)
Listed as one fightin’ unit, two Silver Hawk pilots forever paired in the aquatic Darius space shmups. Surely by now sick of the sight of huge battleships approaching fast. And the smell of fish markets.

Carth Onasi
Star Wars: Knights Of The Old Republic (PC, Xbox – 2003)
Every man and his dog droid seems to be a pilot in Star Wars. So how did Carth stand out? By nicking the Ebon Hawk to get you off an exploding planet, for starters.

Falco Lombardi
Starwing (SNES – 1993)
If he was a real bird you’d cook him and eat him because he’s a bit of a tool, but in the Star Fox series Falco is the most coolly efficient flyer, whether on duty or turning up, like a tool, as a last second lifesaver.

Wing Commander III (PC, PS1, 3DO – 1994)
Not that one. Wing Commander hero Christopher ‘Maverick’ Blair was suddenly Mark Hamill in this third lot of 27th century dogfights against Kilrathi cat-men. Creator Chris Roberts later set up crowdfunding monster Star Citizen.

Commander Jameson
Elite (BBC Micro – 1984)
While Jameson’s persona could be easily overwritten, he was as good a Cobra Mk III pilot as any (and better-known than most) with whom to lift off from Lave and melt Thargoids in the cold pits of space.

Foe Hammer
Halo: Combat Evolved (PC, Xbox – 2001)
Need air support, Spartan? Heads up: it’s Captain Carol ‘Foe Hammer’ Rawley of Pelican dropship Echo 419, merrily pulling off lunatic rescue ops and troop drops on hostile turf throughout the original Halo.

Dying Light Mini Review and Screenshots for PC

Opinion after 5 hours of playing:

I can sure say this was worth the wait and it isn’t overrated. To sum this game up, take Dead Island, add parkour & make improvements on the game.

So positives:

+Beautiful Graphics
+Parkour works perfectly
+Combat is fun
+Variety of enemies
+Zombie kills are satisfying
+Story is interesting
+Nighttime is intense
+Crafting on the spot
+Nice skill trees
+Place is enjoyable to explore

Obviously the positives easily outweigh the negatives but anywho.

-Some stuttering & FPS issues
-Won’t run in fullscreen
-Can only fix a weapon 3 times? (Comment if there is anyway to fix it over 3 times)

Verdict: 84/100
Testing System:
GTX 760 2gb

Video settings 1
Video settings 2

GTX 760 2GB 
i7 4790k 4.4ghz
16gb 1800mhz ram  

min 24 – max 62fps