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“The Vanishing of Ethan Carter” Review

“The Vanishing of Ethan Carter” Review

If there’s one thing I can say surely about my favorite kind of games, it’s that I love a good adventure. I love being placed in a mysterious world with a not-so-clear sense of purpose or design. There’s something unique about the adventure genre, wherein you are often left confused, sometimes frustrated, but always intrigued […]

Day 0 Update #34 – Evo Postmortem

Day 0 Update #34 – Evo Postmortem

It’s kind of a slow week in the gaming industry, but we do have a few good topics to talk about. We go over the upcoming Odin Sphere remake, China opening up to game consoles, and a of course a discussion of this year’s Evolution Fighting Game Tournament.

“Game of Thrones, Episode 5: A Nest of Vipers” Review

“Game of Thrones, Episode 5: A Nest of Vipers” Review

Game of Thrones: A Nest of Vipers left me confused and angry. Confused as to why I made certain decisions in the previous episodes and angry at myself for not going in a certain direction. The latest installment in the Telltale Games series is engaging, thrilling and downright punishing, all in the realm of what […]

[SDCC 2015] “Tom Clancy’s The Division” Hands-On

[SDCC 2015] “Tom Clancy’s The Division” Hands-On

Tom Clancy’s The Division is a game that has been a long time coming. Originally announced at E3 in 2013, gamers are just now  seeing the newest title in the Tom Clancy series get closer to its 2016 release. At the Xbox Lounge at San Diego Comic Con, we were able to get our hands on […]

“Tembo The Badass Elephant” Review

“Tembo The Badass Elephant” Review

We haven’t really seen much in the way of Mascot based platformers in the past few years. Sure we’ve had a steady dose of Mario and Sonic over the years with varying degrees of quality, but you just don’t see a lot of new Mascot games coming out. Sega and Game Freak are hoping to […]

We Saved Shenmue. Now Let’s Stop Lan Di.

We Saved Shenmue. Now Let’s Stop Lan Di.

July 17th, 2015 is a day that will be remembered fondly for many gamers all around the world. Shenmue 3 is officially going to be made. I just got my 42nd update from Kickstarter. At $6,333,295 it’s official. We Saved Shenmue. Shenmue, originally released in 1999 in Japan and brought to America in 2000 has […]

[SDCC 2015] “Halo 5: Guardians” Hands On

[SDCC 2015] “Halo 5: Guardians” Hands On

This year, the Xbox One will finally see the release of a proper Halo title for the console with Halo 5: Guardians. San Diego Comic Con offered us the opportunity to get our hands on a new multiplayer mode: Warzone.

[SDCC 2015] “Guitar Hero Live” Hands-On

[SDCC 2015] “Guitar Hero Live” Hands-On

Rhythm and music-based games were insanely popular for a time, but tanked pretty hard after 2008. 2015 is looking to bring back the genre to some degree with Activision’s Guitar Hero Live, which we got to spend some time rocking out with at San Diego Comic Con’s (SDCC) Xbox Lounge. 

[SDCC 2015] “Star Wars Battlefront” Hands-On

[SDCC 2015] “Star Wars Battlefront” Hands-On

2015 will likely end up being The Year of Star Wars. The Force Awakens is all but guaranteed to destroy box office records, but while it’s been over 10 years since the last Star Wars film was released, it’s also been just as long for a proper Battlefront game. November will see the release of […]

[SDCC 2015] “LBX: Little Battlers Experience” Hands-On

[SDCC 2015] “LBX: Little Battlers Experience” Hands-On

One interesting new title featured at Nintendo’s Gaming Lounge during San Diego Comic-Con was LBX Little Battlers Experience.  Developed by Level-5, the people responsible for the superb Ni no Kuni and Professor Layton games, the build we played was actually quite enjoyable.

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