BY ON February 2nd, 2012

Rockstar Games has released the official Max Payne 3 website, and with it this dandy video and interactive 3D rendering of the the 608 Bull revolver. Expect to see more of these highlighting Mr. Payne’s favorite weapons.

BY ON February 2nd, 2012

If you are a Jurassic Park fanatic, you will be able to wring some enjoyment out of the locations and the aesthetic. In the end, Jurassic Park: The Game feels like it is trying too hard to be cinematic. It isn’t a particularly good movie and it’s a failure as a game.

BY ON February 2nd, 2012

On the off chance that you aren’t excited for next week’s launch of Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning, take a gander at this trailer, it should do the trick. After playing the demo, I would describe Reckoning as a cross between Fable and World of Warcraft, but with better combat.

BY ON February 1st, 2012

The poltergeist puzzler, Ghost Trick, is floating onto iOS devices tomorrow (2/2/2012). The first two chapters will be free. The rest of the game will be available for purchase in app

BY ON January 30th, 2012

Join us as we dig in and digest chapters Bran II – Catelyn III this week. Things are really heating up on the pages of Westeros y’all! Bran takes a spill, Dany gets hitched, Catelyn does nothing for a while and Tyrion and Jon become best buds. We had an enlightening conversation (live broadcasted on …

BY ON January 30th, 2012

Pre rendered cut scenes are a double edged sword. On one hand, they’re gorgeous and set tones that the game itself probably couldn’t make.

BY ON January 27th, 2012

The Playstation 3 and Vita versions of Street Fighter X Tekken have revealed some rather unorthodox exclusive fighters.

BY ON January 26th, 2012

We are joined once again by the lovely, talented, and all around swell guy Kristian Nairn on this bonus episode of Cast of Thrones. As you no doubt know, Kristian plays the cuddly Hodor in Game of Thrones (the TV show, books don’t have actors…smh.) We sat around the virtual pub and chatted about a …

BY ON January 26th, 2012

Saints Row: The Third isn’t simply about being crazy just to be crazy. There’s an art to tiptoeing along what is silly and what is downright stupid. The game is downright fun.

BY ON January 25th, 2012

Choplifter was the very first game I ever purchased for my first game console, the Sega Master System. I had a lot of fond memories playing Choplifter, both good and bad. Good memories of mastering the early levels of the game, and less than good memories at the frustration I experienced later on. Back then, much like now, I wasn’t exactly what one would call a highly skilled gamer. When I heard that an HD remake was coming, excitement quickly ramped up. If you are reading this review, you surely must have questions. Does this game harken back to the good old days? Have they improved upon the formula at all? Is it worth the fifteen dollars? About that

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