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“Master Spy” Review

“Master Spy” Review

When you need something retrieved, who better to send in than the Master Spy? This precision platformer does its best impression of embodying everything it takes to be a spy and beautifully displays it in a fashion that will take you back to the past. Do you have what it takes to infiltrate a large cooperation without getting […]

SmashPad Live from GameStop Expo 2015

SmashPad Live from GameStop Expo 2015

Tomorrow, retail gaming giant GameStop will be hosting its annual GameStop Expo at The Sands Convention Center in Las Vegas. This year marks the second time they’ve had the Expo in Vegas since 2013, as numbers doubled when they were in the Anaheim Convention Center last year. Though the expo is mostly a chance for the […]

“Forza Motorsport 6” Demo Impressions

“Forza Motorsport 6” Demo Impressions

The full release of Forza Motorsport 6 is only two weeks away. In the meantime, Turn 10 has released a pretty sizable demo of the game to get players in the mood. I thought I’d take a look at the demo and share my impressions of the game so far.

“Until Dawn” Review

“Until Dawn” Review

I don’t particularly enjoy horror movies, especially those made in America.  It’s not really because they’re scary; it’s because they’re often incredibly stupid — so stupid that they turn out to be comedy. Supermassive Games’ Until Dawn gives the horror genre some renewed hope for these films, except for one catch: it’s a video game.

“Madden NFL 16” Review

“Madden NFL 16” Review

With less than two weeks until the 2015-2016 NFL season, gamers who are also football fans are probably midway through their own “Madden season.” The game is already out, so if you’re reading this review, odds are you’re on the fence as to whether you should get the game, as EA Sports releases this popular […]

“Volume” Review

“Volume” Review

Volume is the second major project for British independent developer Mike Bithell. The first was the charming and critically acclaimed Thomas Was Alone, a puzzle platformer with more personality than its simple visuals would lead you to believe possible. This second game is much different in style, genre, and tone, but it still manages to […]

“Abyss Odyssey: Extended Dream Edition” Review

“Abyss Odyssey: Extended Dream Edition” Review

For good or for ill, we seem to be in an era of gaming where remastering and fettering existing titles is the thing to do. The big platform holders are all releasing improved versions of titles that haven’t been out all that long, and now some independent developers are getting into it as well. Abyss […]

Gamer 2.0: How Gaming and Social Media Help Us Know Each Other

Gamer 2.0: How Gaming and Social Media Help Us Know Each Other

O mankind, indeed We have created you from male and female and made you peoples and tribes that you may know one another. Indeed, the most noble of you in the sight of Allah is the most righteous of you. Indeed, Allah is Knowing and Acquainted. Sura 49:13 There are now more than seven billion […]

Day 0 Update #37 – Blizzard & The APA

Day 0 Update #37 – Blizzard & The APA

This week, Fil, Patrick, Brandon, and Leigh discuss the recent APA report. Plus Leigh is very concerned about the direction Blizzard is going. That, and Patrick is really looking forwards to Street Fighter V. All that, and more is up next.

Day 0 Update #36 – Gamescom 2015

Day 0 Update #36 – Gamescom 2015

This week, Fil, Pat, and Brandon are talking about what Microsoft had to show at Gamescom 2015. There’s also some JRPG news. Plus Fil and Brandon really like Rare Replay. 

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