Hitman Episode One Review

March 15, 2016 0

Release Date: March 11, 2016  Platforms: PC, Xbox One, PS4 Review Platform: PC Hitman, Io Interactive’s hit (sorry) series is back. This time however, it’s in pieces. The previous game, Hitman Absolution, deviated from the shooter’s usual formula by trying to be more plot driven, focusing more on action sequences than […]

Spotlight Game of the Week: The Warriors Series

March 11, 2016 0

Ok, so technically this is a game series – two game series if we’re going to be really technical – and not just one specific title. In the case of Koei Tecmo’s addicting Dynasty/Samurai Warriors titles I’m willing to bend my own rules however. These games get a bad rep […]

Early Access With The Culling

March 9, 2016 0

This week I got to sit down with The Culling in its Early Access stage. Developed by Xaviant, this game pits 16 players against each other in a nasty, coldblooded death match ala The Hunger Games. It’s a tournament of wits, balls and brutality and thus far, seems quite fun. […]

Playstation 4 Allows Streaming to PC/Mac with New Update

March 9, 2016 0

If Sony wasn’t dominating the home console market enough, now there’s this. In the upcoming firmware update 3.50, codenamed MUSASHI, the Playstation 4 plans to introduce streaming to home computer devices with their Remote Play function. It’s unknown how this will work as of now, since no information has been […]

The End of the Fable

March 8, 2016 0

It was announced yesterday that the newest game in the Fable series, Fable Legends, has been completely canned. This isn’t much of a surprise really, with the lack of updates from the developers and how unknown it was; even in the gaming public. The real surprise with this news comes […]

Universal Studios Set to Build Video Game Theme Park

March 7, 2016 0

It’s been a pretty common fact that Universal Studios and Nintendo have been in talks for the long awaited dream of a video game theme park. It was announced sometime last year that they were deciding where, when and how this thing would happen and finally they’ve reached a conclusion to give […]

Study Analyzes Effects of Videogames on Cognitive Performance

March 5, 2016 0

It has long been widely accepted across the scientific community and the general populace that the skills we develop playing video games can have a range of effects on our different cognitive performance abilities. In fact, one of the earliest studies looking at this issue dates all the way back […]

The Retro Corner: Reviving the SNES Library on the 3DS

March 4, 2016 0

Its official, the Super Nintendo library is making its way to the 3DS! Not the whole library obviously, but it was announced through a Nintendo Direct presentation that the SNES library would be gradually available for digital download through the 3DS in the coming months. Hold on to your hats, […]


March 2, 2016 0

Release Date: February 25, 2016 Platforms: PC (Steam) Review Platform: PC If I described SUPERHOT as a one-trick pony, it would be an accurate statement, and it would generally also be considered a criticism. Except that SUPERHOT is a really, really fun one-trick pony. And this pony doesn’t waste time trying to be […]

We Are The Dwarves Review

February 26, 2016 0

Release Date: February 26, 2016 Platforms: PC (Steam) Review Platform: PC I’ve discussed previously how I believe that indie developers are a fantastic part of the video game industry. They take risks that others don’t, or won’t, and can be brilliantly creative at times, producing some incredible content. I still very much stand […]

Spotlight Game of the Week: Jade Empire

February 24, 2016 0

When I say the name Bioware, what’s the first thing you think of? Mass Effect? Dragon Age? Baldur’s Gate for the nostalgic ones out there maybe? I think of Jade Empire; possibly the most under the radar game that they have ever released. In a time before EA tried to strangle […]

Lock and Load in Tuque’s new Twin Stick, Livelock

February 23, 2016 0

Developer Tuque Games is working on a new top-down, twin stick shooter. It’s still a bit early on (it comes out later this year sometime) to know a great deal about the game, but it may well turn out to be a gem. Livelock “takes place following a cataclysmic gamma […]

Amazing Discoveries in Outer Space Review

February 23, 2016 0

Release Date: February 2nd, 2016 Platforms: Playstation 4 Review Platform: Playstation 4 Swedish developers, Cosmic Picnic, recently released their flagship title ADIOS – or Amazing Discoveries in Outer Space, if you want the full name–and it’s everything the title says it is. The game is very rogue-like, with a basis […]

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