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The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth Is Not Accepted by iOS ... WTF Apple ?

Haro, minna–san! Meet again with Nesha. Lately, quite a passion for writing, so I wrote quite a lot too. This time, I will review one of the games that suffer being rejected by Apple; the name of the game is The Binding of Isaac. 478 more words

News And Preview

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

All Of It

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

Game Features

Bi-Weekly Round-up: Fallout, Cloud, Hearthstone, and a Big Isaac Secret

Binding of Isaac Creator Creates Extensive Real Life Unlocks (article)

Well, as stated in my previous Round-up, the firestorm over possible “timegated” content in the recently released Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth turns out to be a farce.  999 more words


The Binding of Isaac

Here in Japan I have no game system (a brutal irony). I’ve only got my old PC and good ol’ Steam to sate my voracious apetite for not being productive. 515 more words


Bi-weekly Roundup: Isaac causes salt; Candy Crushcraft; Nintendo

Every couple weeks I want to try to round up some of the big headlines and add a little discussion.  Sometimes its hard to follow all the different news stories, and I don’t want to inundate the blog with single posts about new information.  611 more words