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0 CommentsPosted by Tyler Chancey on September 1, 2015 under Featured, Playstation, PS4 Reviews
The term “Definitive Edition” is really starting to become questionable. Things started off well with the recent Tomb Raider, then there was the decent, if a bit glitchy, port of Sleeping Dogs. Then there was the pretty terrible Prototype remaster, which somehow runs worse on new hardware. Now we have Dishonored, one of my favorite games of 2012, remastered for modern consoles... and it's kind... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Will Muscat on August 28, 2015 under Featured, Xbox, Xbox One Reviews
We all know Gears, if you don’t then chances are you’ve somehow followed a few wrong links and I’d like to inform you that you are indeed on a gaming site now. Don’t worry though, this might interest you just give me a moment. Back when the Xbox 360 was the go to console Epic games took a chance, a third person cover shooter that in the words of Cliffy B was on paper destined to fail. Clea... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Tyler Chancey on August 28, 2015 under Featured, Playstation, PS4 Reviews
Mike Bithell is quickly becoming one of my favorite indie developers in recent memory. His first game, the abstract puzzle-platformer Thomas Was Alone, was a very tightly designed and very well-written game about several AI's gaining sentience and quickly learning about friendship whom just so happened to be represented by simple squares and rectangles. It was modestly created, launched very well ... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Craig Cirillo on August 4, 2015 under Other
The long-awaited casino DLC for Grand Theft Auto 5 (GTA 5) doesn't seem to be any closer to reality, but a recent YouTube Q&A with gaming expert "DomisLive" revealed that many in the industry are craving the new content. Rumours regarding a possible casino add on for GTA 5 originally hit the airwaves back in 2014 courtesy of Twitter user, "funmw2”. Although the tweet has since been deleted, ... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Tyler Chancey on July 30, 2015 under Featured, Playstation, PS4 Reviews
Chances are by this point you are fully on board with the antics of Max Caulfield in the world of Life is Strange. It's a safe bet because Dark Room finally begins to pay off a lot of its many plot threads and finally crystalizes all of the series' strengths into some very effective moments. As for how it holds together as a penultimate installment is another story. Dark Room opens up with Max wa... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Tom Goodwin on July 26, 2015 under Featured, Playstation, PS4 Reviews
It’s hard to believe that the God of War series is now a decade old – it has been a tremendously successful franchise for Sony, with each numbered game of the series marking a huge milestone for the company. God of War III was arguably the most spectacular of them all, with the title serving as both the series’ debut on PS3 and the swansong of the main series. We remember it fondly as a benc... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Tyler Chancey on July 18, 2015 under Featured, Playstation, PS4 Reviews
Godzilla opens up with the titular King of the Monsters re-enacting his iconic first rampage through the city of Tokyo, with a news report blaring, and even a black-and-white color scheme. It was in this brief moment that Namco Bandai delivered on making you feel like that atomic lizard. Then control was given over to me and my enthusiasm plummeted as fast as a nuclear bomb drop. An hour later, th... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Tom Goodwin on July 16, 2015 under Featured, Playstation, PS4 Reviews
Jurassic Park was a genuine cultural phenomenon back in the early 1990s, dominating the public consciousness. It had heart, amazing visual effects, a coherent plot and perhaps best of all, a T-Rex ate a man off a toilet. That was a spectacle that I don’t think has ever really been equalled, even 21 years later. Naturally, there was a lot of anticipation around this year’s sequel Jurassic Worl... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Craig Cirillo on July 16, 2015 under Featured, Nintendo Wii, Nintendo Wii U Reviews
Editors Note: This review was written by guest writer Kyle Dunn First off let me begin by saying I have played a massive amount of games in my youth and now in adulthood. None have deserved the title as the cutest game quite like this one. I didn’t play much of Nintendo’s first foray into a woollen world in Kirby’s Epic Yarn. But of what I did play, I can say that Yoshi’s Woolly World doe... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Lucas Naughton on July 14, 2015 under Featured, Playstation, PS4 Reviews
Deception IV: The Nightmare Princess is an updated version from Deception IV Bloodlines but the first game to be released on the PlayStation 4. The player chooses between 2 “Daughters of Satan” who seek to free the Devil, a creature magically sealed in a cage for 1000 years. The first is Laegrinna, who is on a quest to find and kill the descendants of the twelve Saints that bound her father. S... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Tyler Chancey on July 14, 2015 under Feature Articles, Nintendo
It was late at night at a local meeting place with trusted friends that I got the news about the tragic passing of Nintendo's CEO, Satoru Iwata. Throughout the rest of the night I wanted it to be a mishap, an unfounded rumor, that the man was still alive and well. But the night passed, I woke up, and the industry and the community as a whole were all united in sorrow at his death at the hand of hi... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Lucas Naughton on July 13, 2015 under Featured, Playstation, PS4 Reviews
Rocket League is said to bring gamers a high-powered hybrid of arcade-style soccer and vehicular mayhem. Offering easy-to-understand controls and deep, fluid physics-driven competition for 1-8 players, Rocket League boasts more than 10 billion possible customizations, giving players the opportunity to distinguish their Battle-Cars in either local or online play, while showing them off in a broadca... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Tyler Chancey on July 7, 2015 under Feature Articles, Warner Bros Interactive
In case you aren't aware, the most recent big budget AAA release was Batman: Arkham Knight, Rocksteady's finale to their run on the Batman games. Things have come a long way since then, for both Rocksteady and Warner Bros. Interactive, both in terms of talent and business practices. It's been quite a journey, and as a fan of the World's Greatest Detective, I have nothing but the highest respect fo... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Tyler Chancey on July 1, 2015 under Featured, Playstation, PS4 Reviews
Editor's Note: This review was written by freelancer, Ben Carlander. Thank you for your submission! Over the course of nearly 30 years, the video game industry repeatedly reaffirmed the notion that games about superheroes just aren’t very good; second only to movie tie-ins in terms of poor reputation. Superhero video games stumbled through generations of gaming consoles, rarely hitting the mark... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Tyler Chancey on June 25, 2015 under E3 Conference, Feature Articles, Nintendo, Nintendo Wii
So E3 has come and gone and there were quite a number of interesting things that came out of it. Mostly good, a few bad, and even one apparently controversial, but the thing about the conference is the news and content doesn't just stop at the big flashy shows and announcements. Take for example, Nintendo's Nindies@Home initiative. While major publishers showed off the more modest projects made b... more.