Alex McCumbers

Most people bleed red. Alex bleeds pixels. Hailing from the deep mountains of WV, land of beautiful landscapes and internet scarceness, Alex can be found writing about games in every sense. Retro games are his life, spending more time with his GBA than his PS4. Drop by one of the social doodads for deep discussions about gaming!

April Showers Bring Viz Manga

Viz Media is behind some of the biggest franchises in manga and anime, publishing titles like One Piece, Tokyo Ghoul, Dragonball Z, and a ton more. Each month Viz expands its offerings and we got the details on what is in store for April.  There are some old favorites and new time faces coming to the manga space on and the VizManga app on iOS and Android. Let’s check them out!

Beyond Good and Evil Trademark Appears

One of the most beloved games of the PS2, Gamecube, Xbox era was Beyond Good and Evil. An adventure game with a ton of character, Beyond Good and Evil saw Jade defend her world from aliens with her pig-man friend Pey’j. Together, the duo went on an fantastic adventure fighting baddies with all sorts of tech and skill. Ubisoft has been teasing a sequel for many years, even going as far as mak...[Read More]

Bioshock: The Collection Appears on ESRB

Leaks are something that the game industry faces constantly. Just the other day, most of those with their eyes on gaming journalism outposts like ours knew that Final Fantasy XV was launching on Sept. 30th. A few months ago Bioshock: The Collection was spotted on a rating site, sparking excitement for one of the best franchises of the last generation that was being kept alive on the current consol...[Read More]

TurboExpress Might be Getting an Upgrade

Hyperkin, the awesome developers of modern ways to play retro games in all sorts of ways, have shared an interesting design concept on their Facebook page. Behold the concept design for the TurboHD.



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Dragon Fantasy: The Volumes of Westeria

Dragon Fantasy started as a mobile game in 2011 and has since been ported to most consoles. Volumes of Westeria includes four chapters that each have their own characters, stories, and areas. One of which takes the player to a Minecraft server to find Notch's hat. Dragon Fantasy is heavily inspired by NES Dragon Quest and Final Fantasy, which is where the game's name seems to come from.



Dragon Fantasy: The Volumes of Westeria Review

RPGs were a sacred genre. At one time, it was the premiere way to show off the skills of artists across a multitude of senses. The graphical artist would create the fantastical environments, using pixels and sometimes even more traditional methods like watercolors. The composer would spend days with his mind buzzing, cranking out themes that would become iconic for generations to come. Often this ...[Read More]

Samorost 3 Launches on PC and Mac

Amanita Design, the same folks behind the gem of a puzzle game Machinarium, is bringing their unique game design to their newest title Samarost 3. This is the third entry in the series of point and click adventure games, the first of which is available online. The series, as well as the studio, is known for it vibrant, off-putting visuals used in situations that truly makes their players think out...[Read More]

Youtubers Take on Athletes in DAY OF DOOM

There’s something magical that happens when you put charismatic gamers in a competitive setting. This is made even better when its two groups that have been known to rarely get along. Athletes and gamers often have a friction between them, especially in the school setting, but now they are teaming up to see who is the best at Doom Multiplayer.

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