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The five 'ahhhh shit' bosses in The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth.

The Binding of Isaac and more specifically its later and better produced release ‘The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth‘ are probably my favourite games. They include many aspects of video games that I love such as collecting a ton of items which also give you a bunch of add-ons. 983 more words


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I haven’t played Paradox Interactive’s grand spacefaring strategy game Stellaris, but I have enjoyed reading about it. 1,568 more words

Preview: Invader Zim #9


(W) Eric Trueheart and Jhonen Vasquez
(A) Dave Crosland with Aaron Alexovich
(C) J.R. Goldberg
(CA) Dave Crosland and Cassie Kelly
Back-up comic… 91 more words


Indie Game: The Movie (2012) - ★★★

The video game industry is still relatively new, its only about thirty years old and with this documentary we see how its become a new medium for artists to express themselves. 659 more words


Binding of Issac: Rebirth, Is It Worth it? (PS4, PSVita, Mac, Linux, and PC)

Back in my Binding of Isaac Review I mentioned that a remake had been released under the name of Binding of Isaac: Rebirth and that it was more expensive and was pretty cool. 1,100 more words

Here's What We Know: The Binding of Isaac Afterbirth for PS4

**Update: Edmund had this to say on the Binding of Isaac blog on April 19th:

Confirmed consoles are: PlayStation 4, Wii U and Xbox One. We’re about three weeks from launching and will have an official announcement VERY soon. 669 more words

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The Basement Diaries #02 - Fruit Cake

The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth is a 2014 indie roguelike by Super Meat Boy creator Edmund McMillen and development team Nicalis. In the game, protagonist Isaac is a naked, crying child who descends into the depths of The Basement to escape his abusive mother, mutilating himself with the various items he finds and defeating foul creatures with his own tears. 1,382 more words

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