BY ON April 8th, 2012

A Valley without Wind by Arcen Games is what happens when you try to make a Super Nintendo game today. A super polished limitless 2D metroidVania adventure game. Everything in A Valley Without Wind is procedurally generated. The game pulls from known assets to create vast continents to explore. Each continent is made up of variety of …

BY ON April 7th, 2012

  With the introduction of a new mobile platform, you can be sure Game Loft will be there with another installment of their generic dungeon crawling adventure series Dungeon Hunter Alliance. The series that got its start on the iOS and eventually PSN is here to try and scratch that Diablo itch on your Playstation …

BY ON April 7th, 2012

I made a quick video walking through the floor at PAX East. There are a ton of great booths and displays going on this year including Borderlands 2, Far Cry 3, Aliens Colonial Marines, and a lot more. Take a look at the video to see what to expect or what you’re missing out on.

BY ON April 6th, 2012

In Assassin’s Creed III you play as an assassin named Ratohnhaké:ton. I’m not sure how you pronounce the colon, but thankfully he also goes by the name Connor. He is half British and half Native American and will apparently be killing templars on both sides of the conflict in the American Revolution.

BY ON April 3rd, 2012

It is with the upmost excitement and glee that I welcome you back to Cast of Thrones: The Game of Thrones Podcast. We were never truly gone, but now that the show has started back up we will ride our flaming Diredonkeys into your ears doing what we do best – discussing this week’s episode …

BY ON April 2nd, 2012

American Nightmare doesn’t reinvent Alan Wake, and it has about the amount of content that you would expect from a downloadable title. What it does is give us a little more Alan Wake, which is a welcome thing. On top of that it’s expertly paced despite retreading the same areas, and fleshes out the character of Mr. Scratch who is a wonderful and inventive villain.

BY ON April 2nd, 2012

Much like the train industry preys upon those who fear flying, the survival horror genre has taken advantage of their customers by offering increasingly laborious experiences. Do you know how long it takes to get across the country in a train? It takes forever. Do you know long it takes you to find anything worthwhile in Silent Hill Downpour? I sure don’t.

BY ON April 2nd, 2012

This week’s downloadable PC game deal is a vast assortment of THQ properties and downloadable content. There are some fantastic games here at absolutely silly prices. Check out our favorites below. Click here to get this deal. Darksiders – $4.99 Metro 2033 – $4.99 Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine – $9.99 Saints Row: The Third – $24.99 S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow …

BY ON April 1st, 2012

I recently got to check out the new Video Game exhibit at the Smithsonian in DC. If you’re a fan of video games and in DC its definitely worth checking out. It’s not the largest exhibit, consisting of only about 3 rooms. It does give a brief look at video games over the years and …

BY ON March 30th, 2012

You can literally cut the anticipation for the upcoming season of Game of Thrones with Longclaw in this very special Season 2 Spoilercast. With only a scant number of days between us and the premiere we decided to use our rabid anticipation as fuel for a bonus episode. Be warned, we riddled this podcast with …

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