Gunscape Shoots Up The Scene on Consoles this September

Have you ever wanted to not only play a FPS, but create levels. Yeah, like Forge in Halo, but not just multiplayer maps. In Blowfish Studios’ upcoming FPS/world building hybrid, you can not only create multiplayer arenas for online and local multiplayer, but you can also create single player/co-op campaign levels! These levels can then […]

Want to Be Immortalized In The Next Warhammer Game?

Yeah. We thought so. Developer of the Warhammer The End of Times: Vermintide Fatshark announced today that they need help from YOU. Yes, YOU! Even you, Frank! Especially you, Vanessa! After writing multiple names down for a sword in the office, CEO of Fatshark Martin Wahlund made the statement “Instead of going with one of the names on […]

Resident Evil HD Remaster Review

There isn’t much to fuss about regarding a franchise nearing its third decade of hardcore fandom, replayablility value, and absolute, utter terror. Welcome to Spencer Mansion! “Wait, haven’t we already played this?” Well of course we have! This is partly because Resident Evil HD Remaster released on January 19th of this year, but it’s MOSTLY […]

PAX East 2015: Dropsy PC Hands-on Preview

Dropsy is an outcast in the world after a fire destroys his family’s circus. He’s left with his father and dog, Eughh, trying to survive day-to-day and rebuild his image as a local hero. Although he is grotesque and would give someone with coulrophobia nightmares, the only language Dropsy speaks is love. His babbles don’t make sense […]

Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Cinematic Premiere

October 24. Write it down. Tell your friends. Mark the calendar. Take time off work. CD Projekt RED will unveil the opening cinematic for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt at the Golden Joystick Awards Ceremony at 15:45 BST. And if you’ve see their previous trailer reveals, you know this is going to be something special. Can’t […]

Capcom Hits NYCC 2014

On the heels of some exciting new game announcements (Resident Evil Revelations 2) Capcom’s packing their things and taking NYCC by storm this weekend. They’re at Booth #1604 with gameplay demos, special signings and limited edition goodies. Kicking off their event line up is Resident Evil Revelations 2 – the first time the episodic thriller has […]

TRI Review

I love a good puzzle game. I especially love a good puzzle game that does something new and interesting. Portal, and the subsequent Portal 2, were knockouts that kept me coming back for more time and time again. When I sat down last month to take a look at Rat King Entertainment’s first effort, TRI, […]

Review: TowerFall Ascension (PC)

Over the years, I’ve bemoaned the disappearance of local multiplayer in video games. Most of this was due to the fact that my household only had one Xbox 360, but two heavy gamers. This resulted in either one person sitting to the side for a indeterminate period of time, or both people playing from a […]

Resident Evil 4 HD (PC) Giveaway

Have you been wanting to play Resident Evil 4 HD, but haven’t had the chance to purchase the game? Here at Marooners’ Rock you know we’re here to help you the gamer out when it comes to fun games. As you can guess already the giveaway for this week will be for Resident Evil 4 […]

Review: Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance (PC)

Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance was easily one of my favorite games of 2013. I had the pleasure of reviewing it on the Xbox 360 platform, and found myself, for the first time, truly loving a Metal Gear game. A lot of this may have been due to Platinum Games having their hands in on the game’s […]

Review: PAYDAY 2 (PC)

I don’t really know anyone who dislikes a good heist movie. From classic con jobs like The Sting and the Ocean films to a more direct robbery like Heat, there’s always a great sense of camaraderie, clever calculation, and conflict that draws people in. There have been few attempts to translate this popular genre into […]

Review: Rise of the Triad (PC)

There were pros and cons to attending the school where my father taught. The biggest con, of course, was that all of my other teachers knew where to find one of my parents immediately and conveniently. The pros, in my opinion, outweighed the cons. I had an on-site ATM for lunch and vending machine money. […]

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