Author Archives: The Splintering Staff

Announcing The Splintering’s “Jolly Jinglings” holiday event!

If you’re an American reader of our site (which our back-end analytics suggest is most of you), Happy Thanksgiving! To celebrate this season of giving and thanksgiving this December, The Splintering is giving thanks by launching Jolly Jinglings, a heavenly host of fun, festive features intended to get you into the holiday spirit. It’s a definitely a busy month with

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Roguelike RPG “Omega Labyrinth Life” busts onto Steam in December; new trailer released

D3 Publisher has announced that Omega Labyrinth Life will be released for Steam PC on 10 December. Developed by Matrix Software, Omega Labyrinth Life is a Roguelike, dungeon-crawling RPG where your heroine must brave treacherous perils in an attempt to maximize her mammaries so that they truly become female assets for the ages! (Why doesn’t she just grab some Boobie

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“Iron Sights: 2 Psychos” graphic novel is now killing it on Indiegogo

Over the weekend, independent comic book creator Richard C. Meyer launched a crowdfunding campaign for Iron Sights: 2 Psychos, a sequel to the very successful Iron Sights graphic novel which Meyer crowdfunded last year. This new 100-page book is written by Meyer (Jawbreakers), illustrated by Ibai Canales (The Abductables) and features cover artwork by Kelsey Shannon (Nora’s Saga). It’s also

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“Lady Death: the Collection” now on Indiegogo

On Thursday, Coffin Comics made the jump from Kickstarter to Indiegogo to launch a crowdfunding campaign for Lady Death: the Collection, a set of reprints for out-of-print Lady Death books. Created by Brian Pulido in 1991, Lady Death is a supernatural (and super hot) anti-heroine who battles the forces of evil both in Hell and earth. Pulido made the jump

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Review: “RoboCop Versus The Terminator (SEGA Genesis)

With the release of another Terminator sequel, reboot, reimagining, whatever. 90’s gaming was the historical epicenter of the battle surrounding violence in video games, complete with U.S. Senate hearings, parents forbidding their children from visiting arcades for fear that they may catch a glimpse of a “fatality,” and so on. Yet even amongst all of that controversy, SEGA’s own Videogame

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Dungeon crawler “Mary Skelter 2” banned in Australia

Late last week, game publisher Idea Factory revealed that their upcoming dungeon crawler title Mary Skelter 2 would not be coming to Australia as the game has been refused classification by Australia’s Classification Board, which is effectively a government ban in the land down under. Developed by Compile Heart, Mary Skelter 2 is a dungeon crawler in which players traverse

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Review: The Addams Family – SNES (Festival of Dread special)

*snap* *snap* Hey! That’s fun! *snap* *snap* Did anybody else snap to the theme of the old TV show? *snap* *snap* *snap* *snap* *snap* *snap* *snap* *snap* *snap* *snap* *snap* *snap* Ahhhh! That was satisfying! So, starting up The Addams Family for Super Nintendo (SNES) for the umpteenth time seeing as how there is a new movie for my favorite,

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