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An Interview with LOOT Interactive

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An Interview with LOOT Interactive

Recently I had the opportunity to interview David Sterling, the Co-Founder and managing director at LOOT Interactive, as LOOT Interactive recently announced their first foray into publishing indie games on the PS4. Due to schedule constrains we weren’t able to have a one-on-one conversation, so we did the interview through e-mail; I sent questions and the answers were sent back. Judging by the responses, Mr. Sterling seems like a really passionate and awesome person. Hit the jump to check out the full transcript of the interview! Read On

LOOT Interactive becomes an indie game publisher

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LOOT Interactive becomes an indie game publisher

In a press release sent to us here at Pixelated Geek, LOOT Interactive, known for being a porting studio and streaming App creator, has taken the leap into indie game publishing. At E3 2015, LOOT Interactive is going to unveil their first three indie games to be published to the Playstation 4. The games, Velocibox, Whispering Willows,  and Back to Bed are available on Steam right now, and if you look them up, you’ll see that they’re all very different kinds of games. Personally, things like this are exciting to me because it means a wider variety on PS4. Now hopefully some of these titles will go to Xbox One and Wii U. In any case, hit the jump to check out the release. Read On

Pixel Clicks Podcast #16 – Disregard News, Acquire Witcher

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Pixel Clicks Podcast #16 – Disregard News, Acquire Witcher

This week the guys kind of ignored all of the news during the week just so they could play The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. Granted, they did get around to talking about the Need for Speed reboot, Destiny’s newest expanision, and the confirmed Bloodborne expansion. Also, The Witcher, they talked a lot about The Witcher. Read On

PG! Interviews James Pugh of Battlecast

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PG! Interviews James Pugh of Battlecast

Over the weekend PG’s own James Huneycutt and myself had the distinct opportunity to speak with James Pugh of Battlecast fame. Battlecast is a podcast where James and his buddies – Dan Brozo, Andy Boyd, and Dirk Stenger – choose characters from any walk of fiction or non-fiction and have them battle in a turn-based role-play style fight. James Pugh is a regular battler and at times an adjudicator on Battlecast, and has won many battles through his use of video game characters and…pop stars. Hit the jump to check out the interview! Read On

Warhammer 40K: Regicide hits Steam Early Access

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Warhammer 40K: Regicide hits Steam Early Access

A few weeks ago we got word that Warhammer 40K: Regicide, a game by indie development studio Hammerfall Publishing, was coming to Steam Early Access in early May. Well as of May 5th, Regicide is officially on Steam Early Access. To celebrate this event, Hammerfall Publishing dropped an in-game kills trailer as well as a second inside look video. Hit the jump to check them out! Read On

Pixel Clicks Podcast #13 – Battletoads, Pacquiao, and Sergio gets what?!

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Pixel Clicks Podcast #13 – Battletoads, Pacquiao, and Sergio gets what?!

As the rest of the internet booed and guffawed at a certain “Fight of the Century,” the PCP’ers chatted about the week in gaming news! They covered Batman: Arkham Knight’s season pass and controversy, Valve changing their mind about selling mods in Skyrim, Yookah Laylee, what Rare could be working on, and much much more! Also, Jordan may have died again. Read On

Pixel Clicks Podcast #12 – Mods for Sale? DID JORDAN DIE?

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Pixel Clicks Podcast #12 – Mods for Sale? DID JORDAN DIE?

While the Internet was abuzz over the unveiling of paid mods, there actually was other news this week! Black Ops 3 got a teaser, PT got pulled from stores, Destiny‘s expansion revealed more details, Mad Max got a trailer, and much much more. Tune in for the details on one whirlwind week. Read On