Wild Season: Episode 1 Review

3 years ago

Years before Farmville bastardized the idea of a farming game and turned it into a shallow money pit of microtransactions, a title called Harvest Moon was released, which perfectly encapsulated the fantasy and charm of runn


The Old Hunters: Bloodborne Expansion Review

By: Jon Castillo | 3 years ago

The "Bloodborne" downloadable content was introduced as an expansion, and with good reason. The new content is massive, feeling like its own self-contained, mini-sequel. The game is fierce, and every bit as horrifying as t


Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 Review

By: Mark Duque | 3 years ago

With the millions of people bashing Call of Duty as a brain dead rehash of its previous rehash, you'd have to wonder how the series is still able to get a great amount of players to buy their games every single year. The


Fallout 4: Review

3 years ago

Seven years have passed since the release of Fallout 3. Bethesda was successful in bringing the futuristic post-apocalyptic game to the modern age. With both Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas delivering justice to the Fallou


Cloud Strife storms into Super Smash Bros.

By: Don Cabuhat | 3 years ago

Nintendo announced that Cloud Strife of Final Fantasy VII fame will soon be available on Super Smash Bros on the Wii U. The heavens parted and an angel holding a trumpet and a sword came down from the skies to announce the


Explore the mind of a struggling artist in Layers of Fear

By: Jon Castillo | 3 years ago

The cancellation of "Silent Hills," aka "P.T." has spawned widespread outrage, inspiring developers to come out with their own version of what Hideo Kojima (Metal Gear) and Guillermo del Toro (Pan's Labyrinth, Hellboy, Blad


Life is Strange - Episode 5: Polarized

By: Mark Duque | 4 years ago

True to its title, the final episode for Life is Strange has been polarizing. While the game has maintained its fantastical approach in time travel, it felt like a different game all together. Previous episodes took thei


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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