Dark Souls III: The Ringed City takes players to world's end to meet their end

By: Carlos Zotomayor | 3 years ago

Dark Souls, a franchise that's as difficult as trying to milk a bull, always tries to keep its players on their toes. When having to take on an enemy with a face only a mother could love isn't enough, the games look to d


Finally, Tekken 7 arrives on consoles and PC this June!

By: Stef Atega | 3 years ago

The long wait is over! After a year of falling in line at the arcades to play a round of Tekken 7 with total strangers, we can finally enjoy the game in our homes. Bandai Namco announced that the latest iteration of i


Games We Love and Games We Need Based on the Nintendo Switch Presentation

By: Jon Castillo | 3 years ago

We finally got to see the full glory of the Nintendo Switch! While some details remain blurry, the games that will be shipping out look promising. So let's cut to the chase and talk about the new games that will be running


Milkmaid of the Milky Way tells a moo-ving story of finding your place in the universe

By: Carlos Zotomayor | 3 years ago

Do you remember those stories your parents read to you as a kid? For me, the best ones involve the heroes going to uncharted places. Deserted islands, abandoned houses, the girls' restroom... but the one setting that a


Mega Man blasts his way to mobile devices

By: Stef Atega | 3 years ago

Nintendo fans have certainly enjoyed the recent launch of Super Mario Run on the iOS last December. One could only hope that this isn't Nintendo's final foray into the mobile gaming scene and has plans to release future


GameGulp's Anticipated Games for 2017

By: Jon Castillo | 3 years ago

We blast through this year with a list of kick-ass games set for 2017. Note: Some of these games only have a 2017 release schedule with no exact date. And if titles like Persona 5 and Mighty No. 9 have taught us anything,


Retro up with the return of survival-horror with Daymare 1998

By: Jon Castillo | 3 years ago

The survival-horror genre has been replaced by survival-action, as most evidenced by Resident Evil 4, which was a massive departure from the series' first three games. While most of the elements such as limited inventories


Turbo Pug is 'pugging' addictive

By: Stef Atega | 4 years ago

You can never go wrong with a game filled with pugs. Never. While we're all waiting to get our hands on Fallout 4, indie developer/publisher Back To Basics Gaming has just released "Turbo Pug" on Steam. This is one of t


This drowning simulator is messed up

By: Jon Castillo | 4 years ago

As if getting lost at sea and drowning is not scary enough, this French guy, Guy Cotten, creates "Sortie en Mer," which means, or at least, what I think it means, "A Trip Out to Sea," where the player-actor falls out of his b


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