Tom Clancy’s: The Division Beta

February 22, 2016 0

(Full game) Release Date: March 8th, 2016 Platforms: PC, Xbox One, PS4 Beta Platform: Xbox One Over the weekend, Ubisoft released the beta for their long overdue, but highly anticipated shooter. By my estimation, I played 15-20 hours of the beta, some of which were solo, and some of which were with up […]

5 Video Games that Should be Made into Movies

February 22, 2016 0

It’s common knowledge that most movies based on video games haven’t fared too well, critically or commercially. Although there are some upcoming movies looking to change this – such as Warcraft and Assassin’s Creed – the future doesn’t look all too bright, at least when it comes to what has […]

Tachyon Project Review

February 22, 2016 0

Release Date: January 19, 2016 (PS4), July 15, 2015 (PC, Xbox One) Platforms: PS4, PC, Xbox One Review Platform: PS4 Tachyon Project, a twin-stick shooter from Eclipse Games, is immediately comparable to Geometry Wars, with gameplay that’s nearly identical. Typically it would be a detriment for a game to so closely […]

Hideo Kojima Describes Transmedia Franchise Goals

February 20, 2016 0

In an interview with Gamespot on Friday, Hideo Kojima talked about the project that is already in development at his new studio, Kojima Productions. While the game remains unnamed and largely undescribed, Kojima did sketch out some of the concepts and goals he has for his next project, including building […]

The Retro Corner: XBAND – The Secret Link between Genesis and SNES

February 20, 2016 1

Have you ever wondered where modern online play comes from? I’m sure there are some of you out there that think that the classic Xbox and the Playstation 2 originated that medium – and in that assumption you would be dead wrong. The first support for online play actually started way […]

The Banner Saga Review

February 19, 2016 0

Release Date: January 12, 2016 (PS4), January 14, 2014 (PC) Platforms: PS4, PC Review Platform: PS4 The Banner Saga is a hand-drawn RPG with a turn-based combat system and consequential decision making. Released initially on the PC, this suprise gem has found its way onto the PS4 nearly a full two years […]

Hitman Beta

February 19, 2016 3

Disclaimer: This beta was enjoyed on PC. Minor spoilers ahead. Today, I got the opportunity to play through Io Interactive’s Hitman beta. I have been really excited for the return of 47, my favorite bald-headed, barcoded assassin. Sometimes public betas are a disaster, but this certainly was not, although it […]

Super Toy Cars Review

February 19, 2016 0

Release Date: January 6, 2016 (consoles), June 6, 2014 (PC) Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, Wii U, PC Review Platform: PS4 Super Toy Cars is a miniature combat racing game perfect for young kids, with graphics and tight controls that will appeal to many adults. Although it does little to advance the […]

Dead Effect 2, Zombies in Space

February 17, 2016 0

Up until today, I’d never heard of BadFly Interactive. Now that I have, I’m surprised that they didn’t pop up on my radar long ago. The studio’s first entry into the market was Dead Effect, an FPS that currently rates as “Mostly Positive” on Steam. On February 22nd, BadFly’s second […]

First Batch of Fallout 4 DLC

February 17, 2016 0

Fallout 4 is one of the biggest games of last year, and it caused a big stir when the teaser for the upcoming expansions came out this past week. Thankfully Bethesda has given us some more details on what we can expect in the coming months. 3 DLC have been […]

Total War: Warhammer

February 16, 2016 0

I have made no secret of how I feel about table-top giant Games Workshop’s poor choices in selecting developers to recreate the Warhammer 40, 000 and Warhammer IPs. With a few notable exceptions, the titles produced by these chosen studios were garage, a mockery of the of the universe they […]

Battalion 1944, Bringing Sexy Back to the WWII FPS

February 15, 2016 0

Up until a few days ago, I had the general sense that gamers were over their infatuation with WWII titles. Sure, I know there are a few WWII games out there currently, some of which have a solid fan base. By and large though, the industry has moved onto other […]

Video Games and Free Speech

February 14, 2016 0

Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia unexpectedly died today. For most he wasn’t a very beloved judge, with conservative stances on things such as abortion, gay marriage and even the death penalty. However, the one thing Scalia did very right – despite your political opinions – was something he said about […]

Infamous Pirate Group 3DM Will Stop Cracking Single Player Games

February 12, 2016 0

Piracy is an unmistakably divisive issue within the video game community. While universally recognized as a practice that ultimately hurts the people who are making the games that we all enjoy, the invasive and overbearing DRM practices implemented by major publishers have invited a great deal of backlash from the […]

Unravel Review

February 11, 2016 2

I had very high hopes for Unravel. It had all the promise of a unique, indie game crafted with passion. The game’s character, Yarny, looked cute and the story was supposed to be filled with meaning. As much as I enjoy the action of FPS titles, the challenge of strategy […]

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