Last year at PAX East, one of my favorite games of the show was a rhythm hell violence game called Thumper. This show favorite carried over to one of my favorite full titles of the year, where I couldn’t put the game down while reviewing it. My only qualm was that it was for PC, and my gaming laptop couldn’t run it perfectly. (Yes I know it is also out for PS4, but I don’t have one.) This Spring, ...[Read More]
Let’s play a game. I’m going to say a word you and think of something that correlates with it. Ready? Okay: Harmonix. If you the first thing you thought of was a video game, great job. That’s what I was going for, however they are branching out later this year. They are taking a risk with their upcoming AR(?) card game, Dropmix.
I could sit here and make a handful of clever jokes that get the job done, but instead: FOR ALL THAT IS HOLY CARDS AGAINST HUMANITY AND BIOWARE ARE TEAMING UP. Now that that is out of my system, let’s get to the facts. Today it was announced that a Mass Effect Pack is coming.
One of my favorite games from last year is getting a slick updated version for Consoles. That’s right, The Metronomicon: Slay the Dance Floor will be coming to Xbox One and PlayStation 4 later this year. No official date has been announced, but some details have been slipped to us by the lovely folks over at Puuba.
Ghost Recon: Wildlands is due out in almost two weeks. While we got to get our hands dirty a couple weeks ago in the Closed Beta, a lot of us have been itching to visit Bolivia again. Good thing the Open Beta is drawing near, and Ubisoft has announced what time the Beta goes live.
I’m a sucker for open world RPG games. The amount of time that I have put into games such as Skyrim and Fallout is a little embarrassing. So when I heard of The Division, I was hopeful for a current survival based RPG. It didn’t pan out however. Then I heard about Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: The Wildlands. I was skeptical. I had been burnt once before, and didn’t want to go through the heartbreak ag...[Read More]
In 2015, tinyBuild Games released a game called Party Hard. In Party Hard, you play as Darius, a man who can’t sleep because of a nearby party. Darius finally snaps and decides to kill everyone. This starts a string of murders known as the Party Hard Killings of autumn, 2000. In gameplay, your goal is to kill everyone. Simple enough. However, if spotted, the police will be called, and they are rut...[Read More]
If you haven’t gotten into Steven Universe yet, why not? While it may be a children’s show, it is one of the best cartoons on TV I have seen in a long time. It is genuine and carries important messages in almost every episode. While we got the main Crystal Gems last Pop! Series, there were some support characters (and one major character) who was left out. Coming this year, we are getting some new...[Read More]
We all know the juggernaut that is E3, the Electronic Entertainment Expo. If you were anything like I was growing up, you would watch the G4 network (or TechTv) coverage of the conference, drooling, wishing to go one day. The problem with this is that the conference was only for press and media. Until now. Announced today, there will be an allotment of tickets that will be open to the public to bu...[Read More]
Last year Stream.Me hosted a tournament for one of the most prolific fighting games out there, Mortal Kombat. This year, the tournament is back, and will give fans and players the chance to compete with Mortal Kombat XL. It will be streamed in its entirety on stream.me live. This year, the fight is on for over $12,000 in prizes and it has attracted some top pro kombatants.
The Behemoth is known to create wild and wacky games that don’t take themselves seriously at all. They succeeded once again with their newest release Pit People. Pit People released on Steam early access as well as Xbox early access last month, allowing you to try the game out while they polish a few features up. Quoted from the Early Access page, The Behemoth feels that “After 3 years...[Read More]
If you know me, you know that I love The Walking Dead. From the Graphic Novels, to the show, to the games (Even Survival Instincts) I enjoy each aspect of this extended universe. There is something about the gritty reality that Kirkman brings to the pages/screen that entices me. Honestly, I play hours upon hours of the mobile game Road to Survival, but a new sheriff is coming to town later this ye...[Read More]