May 2016 Video Game Releases

April 19, 2016 0

It’s about time for the turning of another month, and with that comes the preview of what we can expect in the world of video games. This next month has just as many – if not more – hit releases than April did. May sees many big franchises making a […]

Stories: Path of Destinies Review

April 12, 2016 0

Release Date: April 2016 Platforms: PlayStation 4 Review Platform: PlayStation 4 In a world full of handholding games that push you to the final hallway with linear game play, Stories: Path of Destinies sets itself apart by being none of those things. Stories is an action RPG with top down […]

Let the Games Begin – First eGames Olympics Announced

April 8, 2016 0

All around the world Olympic hype is starting to fire up and for the first time the gaming community is being included in all of it. With the rise of eSports and eGames competitions, the biggest gaming competition in the world – the Olympics – has decided to capitalize on […]

New Worlds Confirmed for Kingdom Hearts 3

April 6, 2016 0

Besides Final Fantasy XV, Kingdom Hearts 3 is probably the most anticipated title from Square Enix. Unfortunately, besides a few mentions of it from E3 2015 and Jump Festa, nothing much has been revealed for the game. While we still don’t have a projected release date or even the main […]

Get a Grip!

April 6, 2016 0

Occasionally, I find myself excited about a game that I typically wouldn’t like, or one that I don’t need. When I first previewed Grip, it caught me off-guard. But, based on what I saw, I decided to give it a shot. Now that I’ve had a couple days to blast […]

Tokyo 42, an Old-school Inspired Shooter

April 4, 2016 0

Tokyo 42 is a new shooter from SMAC Games and publisher Mode 7 with a very unique look to it. SMAC describes it as “the lovechild of Syndicate and GTA 1.” After watching the brilliant trailer, it reminds me a bit of LEGO, with a dash of The Sims thrown in […]

Ashes of the Singularity Review

April 2, 2016 0

Release Date: March 31, 2016  Platforms: PC Review Platform: PC Games are constantly evolving. Every year the boundaries are pushed a little further, the bar raised a little higher. Occasionally, a game comes along that doesn’t just push the limits, it obliterates them. Ashes of the Singularity is that game. Taking inspiration and […]

Fallout 4’s Last Secret Possibly Unlocked

April 1, 2016 0

Bethesda always does the unthinkable with their Fallout and Elder Scrolls titles. Hours upon hours of Easter eggs completely unrelated to the game itself are poured into each title, alongside an innumerable amount of other secrets. It’s almost the mission statement of Bethesda Softworks to keep their players searching for […]

Final Fantasy XV Release Date Announced

March 31, 2016 0

Yesterday, Square Enix hosted the highly anticipated Final Fantasy XV “Uncovered” event at the famous Shrine Auditorium in Hollywood and made a number of exciting announcements – including the official release date for the long awaited title. Final Fantasy XV has been through a legendary development cycle that now spans […]

15 Finalists Announced for 2016 Video Game Hall of Fame

March 30, 2016 0

On Monday The Strong National Museum of Play announced the 15 finalists that will be considered for recognition at this year’s World Video Game Hall of Fame. The finalists cover a diverse selection of games, from classics such as the Oregon Trail to relatively modern titles such as Minecraft. See […]

April 2016 Video Game Releases

March 29, 2016 0

With April right around the corner, it’s time to look at some of the titles that are about to be released. April has some heavy hitters for basically every console, although if truth is being told the Xbox One is lacking a little bit compared to the PlayStation 4 and […]

Like Fine Wine, the AI of Tuebor Get Better with Age

March 29, 2016 0

I’m sure that we can all agree that most video game AI is the farthest thing from intelligent. Making the AI smart enough to pull the wool over a human’s eyes is hard to do though, so it’s to be expected that eventually the gamer will figure out how the […]

Hands-on With the Battlefleet Gothic: Armada Beta

March 28, 2016 0

Back in December, when I first previewed Battlefleet Gothic, I was hesitant to get overly excited about the game. Games Workshop, the company who owns the Warhammer and Warhammer 40,000 IP’s, is notoriously bad at choosing game developers and I wasn’t convinced that Tindalos Interactive’s Battlefleet Gothic: Armada would buck […]

Nintendo Denies Rumors of Stopping Wii U Production

March 27, 2016 0

Nintendo has been the center of many stories of speculation lately. Riding on the heels of the Nintendo NX hoax, there are now rumors circulating everywhere that the Wii U is about to stop producing games altogether by the end of 2016. The claim originally came from the respected Japanese […]

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