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The Roundup: The Circle and Beyond

By Jonathan G. Lee Yo! Jon here again with your weekly Circle Round Up. So, I’m a curious person by nature, and my recent love of coffee has gotten me experimenting. A few days ago I thought, hey, I love coffee and I also love lemonade. People add sweeteners to coffee. Why not squeeze a…

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The Roundup: The Circle And Beyond

By Jonathan G. Lee Yo! Jon here. Lucy is taking a break so I’ll be filling in for her this week. For those of you who made it out to our Barcade community event, it was great seeing you all again! Christopher Byrd explores the “boisterously odd” Headlander, Double Fine’s first title published under Adult…

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The Roundup: The Circle & Beyond

By Lucy Ungaro It’s that time of year again, which means that this week The Circle is bringing you massive amounts of E3 coverage, and of course, some indie news as well, because we cover the whole videogame spectrum in these here parts.  First, our Steven Petite covered all of the big E3 pressers and reveals for The…

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The Roundup: The Circle & Beyond

by Lucy Ungaro Welcome back to the Roundup! After this blisteringly hot weekend, relax with a glass of lemonade and read about worlds with much more tolerable weather patterns.  Last week, I shared Jeremy Voss’s glowing thoughts on Uncharted 4. This week, his opinions have changed. As time passes, the glamour of Nathan Drake’s latest adventure diminishes, while Doom becomes more…

The Roundup: The Circle Speaks

By Harry Rabinowitz Happy Gamescom, everyone! 2016 is looking to be a good year for game releases. Dan Ackerman gives his impressions of the the new Gamescom Intel CPU chips, codenamed Skylake. Matt Gerardi breaks down all the new Microsoft games shown this week at Gamescom, including Crackdown 3, Scalebound, and Quantum Break. Remember how…