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“Octodad: Dadliest Catch” Review

“Octodad: Dadliest Catch” Review

Octodad: Dadliest Catch makes its debut on the PS4 in all of its ridiculous glory. What Is It? Octodad: Dadliest Catch is the story of an octopus that has managed to manipulate his tentacles to give himself a human-like form and successfully live amongst humans. Since taking on this new life, he has gotten married, had two kids, […]

“Trials Fusion” Review

“Trials Fusion” Review

“If at first you don’t succeed, try, and try again.” The old saying really applies to all of the Trials games, but Trials Fusion stretches it to its breaking point. It’s rare these days to see a game that is so unapologetically challenging, punishing, and immensely satisfying once mastered. What Is It? This is the […]

“BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea Episode 2″ Review

“BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea Episode 2″ Review

With the stunning announcement of Irrational Games closing down, many questions were left unanswered about the future of Bioshock and where the series will head in the future. Kevin Levine and his team have always delivered quality fan service and with the first episode of Burial at Sea, fans got to return to Rapture and […]

“Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars” Review

“Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars” Review

When we first got a hold of Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars, one of the points in the Q&A press release was that the game might be offensive. From all the media circulating around—be it trailers, screenshots, or whatever else—it seemed easy to imagine it was about its sexualization and imagery of females. […]

“Kinect Sports Rivals” Review

“Kinect Sports Rivals” Review

After an almost five-month delay, Kinect Sports Rivals is finally available on the Xbox One, and based on the way it plays, it’s hard to understand why it just didn’t come out at launch.

Beyond Earth: Civilization’s Culture Victory or Great Mistake?

Beyond Earth: Civilization’s Culture Victory or Great Mistake?

“Since the earliest of civilizations, we have made much progress. But that progress came with a cost. Our world has changed. And despite our advances in both science and technology, we can no longer deny what is clear: our time on Earth is ending. So we turn our gaze upward to the stars. And embark […]

“Mercenary Kings” Review

“Mercenary Kings” Review

Are you a fan of Metal Slug or Mega Man? Are you down for a rough and dirty sport? Tribute Games has recently released Mercenary Kings on the PlayStation 4, filling that niche, and it packs a considerable punch. While by no means revolutionary or innovative, Mercenary Kings builds upon a legacy of 2D combat […]

“Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2″ Review

“Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2″ Review

Despite being around for nearly 20 years, I admit I have never played a Castlevania game and Lords of Shadow 2 was my first foray into the acclaimed Konami series. While I cannot compare just how far the series has come since its inception, what I did play did manage to pique my interest for […]

Nintendo Direct 4.9.14: A Smashing Episode  

Nintendo Direct 4.9.14: A Smashing Episode

Earlier today, Nintendo held one of their regular Nintendo Direct briefings. Today’s was all about the upcoming modern versions of Super Smash Bros for the 3DS and Wii U.  Below you’ll get all the points you want to know, without having to watch the entire 40 minute brief.

You no longer have to travel across the land, searching far and wide  

You no longer have to travel across the land, searching far and wide

Google and Nintendo did something pretty badass for April Fools Day. Using the Google Maps app on iOS or Android, users can now use the maps service to find and catch 150 pokémon ranging from the game’s different generations. So how does one get this to work? Again, you’ll need a device equipped with the […]

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