BY ON February 13th, 2012

Dungeon Defenders is absolutely chock-full of content, and really fun content as well. It is a deceptively deep RPG with the ability to find loot, upgrade your loot, character, pet and towers. It takes team work and some serious strategy as well. It has oodles of modes that can keep you busy for dozens and dozens of hours.

BY ON February 13th, 2012

Having trouble playing classic arcade games on your iOS device? We all are.

BY ON February 10th, 2012

Double Fine (Psychonaughts, Iron Brigade) have reached out to their fans to help fund a new point and click adventure game along with a documentary about the game making process.

BY ON February 9th, 2012

We don’t normally post stuff like this, but this new set of Season 2 photos are just too good not to share!

BY ON February 9th, 2012

Welcome to the inaugural episode of Wine, Women, and Westeros, an offshoot of the regular Cast of Thrones podcast! In this very special, lady-centric episode, I and my friends Betsy and Annie discuss both the badass women of the ASOIAF universe and our experiences as female fantasy fans over a rather large bottle of wine. …

BY ON February 8th, 2012

Right off the bat, you’ll notice some pretty dramatic changes to Soul Calibur V. Your favorite character may not be there. Classic characters don’t control the way they used to.

BY ON February 7th, 2012

On this week’s Cast of Thrones our hosts found themselves asking “what if.” What if Sansa wasn’t so dumb? What if Arya murdered everyone? What if Varys was actually a spider? What if you pooped off of The Wall? Ultimately we offer up no more answers than we had when we began, but we had …

BY ON February 6th, 2012

Inspired by one of the webs most charming comics, Scary Girl finally gets her own console game to show off all that beautiful art direction. Coming into this game, I had two questions. Is she a girl and is she scary?

BY ON February 3rd, 2012

We like to think that this is one of our finer episodes of Cast of Thrones since we have the wonderful Finn Jones gracing us with his presence. Ser Loras, the Knight of Flowers himself, took a break from his busy jousting schedule and gaming of thrones to chat with us about life on the …

BY ON February 3rd, 2012

Repetition mixed with a weak story and a lack of vehicle customization kept Sol: Exodus from being more than a somewhat entertaining distraction. Space combat fans will find a lot to enjoy, but others may be put off by the lack of polish. It turns out that in space no one can hear you scream for Freespace 3.

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