The Little Acre Review

Released at the tail end of December, The Little Acre kind of got lost among the shuffle of big budget releases and Steam/PS4 sales. That’s unfortunate, because...[Read More]



Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth Plus Review

Back in 2011, prominent indie game designers Ed McMillen and Florian Himsl came together for a week long game jam to make a game like they used to. With the goa...[Read More]



Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Future Tone Review

I’ve always had fun with rhythm games. Even though I’m terrible at DDR which still has given me some fun times, hanging with friends trying to beat each other&#...[Read More]



Assassin’s Creed Movie Review

Rockers, have you been wondering if the Assassins Creed movie was any good or if it followed in the tradition of bad video game movies? Can Ubisoft create the n...[Read More]



Shantae: Half-Genie Hero Review

Quickly becoming an icon for the indie game scene, Shantae’s humble beginnings started on the Gameboy Color and from there went on a journey that started ...[Read More]



One Piece Film: Gold Review

The latest anime film in the One Piece franchise, One Piece Film: Gold, will be making its way to theaters in North America next week, and publisher Funimation ...[Read More]

Are You A Modder Looking For Cash?

Are you a modder, game designer, or artist who enjoyed the game SUPERHOT?  Would you like to display your talents to the world and possibly win some prizes in t...[Read More]

Gray or Neon Nintendo Switch?

Sitting back and watching the plethora of details roll in about arguably one of the biggest video game launches in the past few years is exciting from the angle...[Read More]

Top 10 Most Anticipated PS4 Games

At the end of 2016 I found myself, along with over 6 million others, actually able to update my gaming setup with a PS4. So as a new PS4 owner I finally have my...[Read More]

Backlog Burndown #009 – Holiday Hangover

Greetings Backloggers! I hope everyone had a good holiday season. My backlog may have taken a bit of a wrong turn thanks to the Steam Sale, but it’s a new year,...[Read More]

10 PS4 Games Releasing in 2017

2017 is finally here! After a very memorable year, for better and for worse, it’s no secret that many of us are ready to start fresh with the brand new ye...[Read More]

Backlog Burndown #008 – Gaming Like It’s 1989

Greetings Backloggers! Welcome to 2017! Sometimes there’s no school like the old school. Games were tougher. There were no “Press A to Win The Level” prompts or...[Read More]

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Looks like this first wave of updates for Xbox Insider Program Members is all about getting the core Xbox experience to users faster and better. Starting with a small group, and then rolling out to the rest later on, these updates will focus on performance, people, competition and streaming. With an...[Read More]

Are you a modder, game designer, or artist who enjoyed the game SUPERHOT?  Would you like to display your talents to the world and possibly win some prizes in the #MAKEITSUPERHOT competition?  Hosted by Mod DB, the #MAKEITSUPERHOT competition will start today and run through February 26th. The campa...[Read More]

Every once in a while, I find myself staring at all of my games, unable to decide what I want to play.  Then I look over at my NES sitting on the dresser and suddenly I get the urge to play a classic. Being a gamer for just about thirty years, I sometimes need to go back to my roots and re-live the ...[Read More]

A while back I caught an interesting project on Kickstarter, one that had players adopting the mantle of a snarky villain in a retro-inspired world. Nefarious is that project, a game that uses classics like Mega Man for inspiration, but turns things on its head with the fact that players will become...[Read More]

Originally released in 2011 for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3 was a fan favorite. Rocking a solid 4/5 on most review sites, it was beloved. However, it was mysteriously taken down digital stores in 2013. Fearing the worst, many gave up hope in ever seeing the game again. Un...[Read More]

Back in 2015 after I had finished the macabre masterpiece that is Bloodborne, I asked myself, “Why are there not more Lovecraftian video games?” The dark and Gothic horror aesthetic has always fascinated me and immersed me. Well back at E3 2016, we were given a small trailer for a new in...[Read More]

Aksys games and Nihon Falcom have announced that Tokyo Xanadu is coming to North America and Europe with a new localisation on the Vita. Even though the Vita continues to struggle to make a hefty dent in sales, more and more games seem to find their way to the system. As someone who really enjoys th...[Read More]

Overwatch has been the obsession of many gamers since its release. Its almost universal appeal with its colorful cast of meaningful characters and easy to pick up and understand mechanics has been supplemented with content after launch. To celebrate the Chinese Year of the Rooster, Blizzard will be ...[Read More]

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