Posts Tagged ‘featured’
How the Pokemon Series Can “Evolve”
1 CommentsPosted by Jake on October 19, 2013 under 3DS, Featured
Is Pokemon X and Y super effective at making significant changes? Pokemon X and Y makes the most stride towards streamlining the series as well as a full redesign of the presentation. Despite all of this, the game still contains flaws that previous entries in the series have. No one likes to run all the way back to the Pokemon center to heal their unconscious monsters. X and Y tease you in the... more.
Retrospective Horror – Silent Hill
2 CommentsPosted by Jake on October 11, 2013 under Featured, PS3, PSVITA
I don’t think I’ve ever spent as much time reading and researching a video game series as I have with Silent Hill. The fiction and world that is presented is unlike any game series out there. I played my first Silent Hill game last year(SH2) and I was amazed on how much I enjoyed such a niche game. The experience of Silent Hill 2 made me think in ways that I had never thought before. I then be... more.
Help it get Greenlit: Galactose – Pastries in Space
1 CommentsPosted by Michael on August 1, 2013 under Featured
Every wanted to fly a cupcake? Or maybe do battle with a giant thanksgiving turkey mothership with it's own squadron of broccoli bombers? If you said no to either of those questions you are sad and I don't want to hang out with you anymore! If you said yes, then you might be interested in Galactose: Pastries in Space, a crazy colourful space shooter/rts hybrid title currently endeavouring to get t... more.
Help it get Greenlit: Viscera Cleanup Detail
1 CommentsPosted by Michael on July 12, 2013 under Featured, PC, Videos
If there's one thing that RuneStorm has proven with their last release, Rook's Keep, it's that they like blood in their games. And it seems to be a continuing motif with their games if the recent proof of concept alpha they put out, Viscera Cleanup Detail, is anything to go by. Check out the video below... [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xh5SeIgdJjw&feature=share&list=UUXgP795ip... more.
Project X Zone Demo Impressions
0 CommentsPosted by Jake on June 7, 2013 under 3DS, Featured
Project X Zone is a bizarre Japanese mash up of some of the most well known, as well as not so well known video game franchises. Sega, Capcom, and Namco Bandai are the publishers behind this crossover, and they've really outdone themselves with how many characters are packed in this game (over 200). Project X Zone takes place on a grid, similar to the Fire Emblem and Final Fantasy Tac... more.
Alan Wake series on The Humble Weekly Sale
2 CommentsPosted by Jake on May 23, 2013 under Featured, News, PC
Both Alan Wake Collectors Edition, and Alan Wake's American Nightmare are part of the Humble Weekly Sale this week. Alan Wake Collectors Edition comes with all of the DLC, soundtrack, as well as a bunch of behind the scenes videos. Both games are redeemable on Steam with the minimum purchase of $1. As of writing this post, there is only 6 days left on this deal! Get it while you can! Both g... more.
Brutal, Bloody Violence – Sleeping Dogs Review
3 CommentsPosted by Jonathan on May 15, 2013 under Featured, PC, PS3
You shouldn’t miss out on this stunner of a game. Sleeping Dogs pays homage to the grand Hong Kong cinema action movies. Throw in the friction between the triads and the police of Infernal Affairs, the brutal fights and shootouts reminiscent of John Woo’s movies, add in martial arts fighting and chase sequences, you have a superbly put-together masterpiece. You are Wei Shen, a Hong Kong ... more.
The Evil Within Revives Survival Horror
5 CommentsPosted by Jake on May 9, 2013 under Featured, PC, PS3
The lack of survival-horror games that have been released of late have slowly been diminishing. The genre has been declared by both EA and Capcom to be non-profitable. This is prevalent in both Resident Evil 6 and Dead Space 3, as both games lack many of the survival-horror elements that were in the previous games. Thanks to the indie devs, survival horror can be relevant again. Games like Amnesia... more.
Drill Skulls And Slice Intestines! – Surgeon Simulator 2013 Review
9 CommentsPosted by Jonathan on May 4, 2013 under Featured, PC
You're definitely a professional surgeon after playing this. Humour? Check. Bones and intestines? Check. Flimsy hand? Check. The first thing you notice about this game that it's funny without doubt. You operate on patients (one handed of course!) ranging from kidney, heart and brain transplants. Know nothing about surgery and the human anatomy? It's fine! Just slice and drill away as best as yo... more.
This game terrifies me more than Amnesia – Slender: The Arrival Review
11 CommentsPosted by Jonathan on April 18, 2013 under PC
Now, I’ve not played the original free Slenderman game circulating on the Internet because I’m busy with other games and the hype didn’t catch up with me. After all, I completed Amnesia: The Dark Descent and I proudly proclaim myself as having mastered a game considered to be the pinnacle of horror games. Taking on the challenge, I played Slender: The Arrival. This is an entirely new game de... more.
This Is the World’s First (Official) Zombie Wedding Ever.
3 CommentsPosted by Jonathan on April 5, 2013 under News
Deep Silver ran a search for the ultimate couple to have a zombie-themed wedding, to coincide with their release of Dead Island: Riptide. Pretty cool. Deep Silver today revealed the identity of the real-life couple who will be joined in undead matrimony at a legally recognised zombie-themed wedding in London on 23rd April 2013, celebrating the launch of new zombie videogame Dead Island Riptide™... more.
The Journey Down Review (It’s awesome.)
5 CommentsPosted by Jonathan on April 3, 2013 under Mobile, News, PC
The Journey Down is a bizarre game, in a good way. You play as Bwana, a character of South African origin who runs his father’s business of filling up oil along with Kito. Until he is unceremoniously pulled into a chase with an unknown mob, thanks to a customer, Lina. Together, they set off for the mysterious Underland, pretty much like Skull Island of King Kong, one would imagine. Graphics ... more.
Yes, Bioshock Infinite will be coming to the Mac (Win A Copy!)
0 CommentsPosted by Jonathan on March 29, 2013 under Mac, News
Mac Publisher Aspyr of Borderlands 2, Civilization V to Call of Duty: Black Ops, has confirmed that Bioshock Infinite, will be ported and released on the Mac. Aspyr Media is proud to announce that Bioshock Infinite is coming to the Mac this Summer! Mac gamers will take on the role of Booker DeWitt as he travels to the lost flying city of Columbia to rescue a mysterious girl named Elizabeth. ... more.
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