If you’re a fan of games like Limbo and Badlands, you’ll be happy to know, Toby: The Secret Mine is waiting for you on PSN, right now. Toby: The Secret Mine is an otherworldly platforming puzzle game; where you play as Toby, whose friends, and fellow residents have been kidnapped, and you must help Toby journey through a dangerous world to help save your friends.
When it comes to shooters, I’m a huge fan! Now, I want you to sit back and think of a game in which you and four friends team up against the onslaught of Hell. What’s the goal? Simply kill the waves of enemies and get the next area, which may or may not be a boss. Anyways, recently Atlus released the game God Mode on Xbox Live and I’ve been putting in a lot of time with friends. ...[Read More]
Ever since NIS America announced the game Black Rock Shooter I have been hyped as hell. Of course for quite some time no news came up about the game. Even when asking friends that work for NIS America I was often told no update at this time. Just a bit ago an email came in with the official announcement of the release date. What is it you ask?
Last year, Ubisoft announced Call of Juarez: Gunslinger, the fourth title in the Call of Juarez franchise. Today, they have released the first teaser trailer for the game along with a brief summary of what to expect. Call of Juarez Gunslinger follows the tale of bounty hunter Silas Greaves, as he hunts down the West’s most notorious outlaws. The game will include “memorable encounters&...[Read More]
I love the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. There are a lot of things that, honestly, I appreciate now simply out of nostalgia and fond memory, but the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles receive my sincere appreciation. Has the franchise missed a few steps over the decades? Unfortunately, yes. However, when the Turtles hit right, they’re phenomenal, which is why I have high hopes for what Activision ...[Read More]
Have you been holding off on buying a retail copy of the game of Bayonetta? If you have been waiting for it to be digital on PS3 the wait is over. SEGA is pleased to announce that on January 29th in the US and 30th in Europe you’ll be able to digitally own Bayonetta on PlayStation 3. This is some good news right? For more details on the prices just read below.
There were rumors swirling around a couple of months ago about ToeJam & Earl making their way to XBLA and PSN as part of an upcoming SEGA Vintage Collection. Today, those rumors have been officially confirmed. SEGA Vintage Collection: ToeJam & Earl will include the original classic, ToeJam & Earl, and its lesser known, but still wonderfully entertaining sequel, ToeJam & Earl in Pan...[Read More]
No company fills a niche market like NIS. Every esoteric taste is catered to and satisfied, and the PSN release of Legasista is no different. From the art style, to the over-wrought and cliché-filled dialogue, to the wonderfully androgynous characters, Legasista is not a game with broad appeal, but for those that crave it, celebration is in order.
It’s time for the XBLA/PSN fighting game market to add one more title to its ranks. Capcom has announced a release date for its upcoming compilation title, Marvel vs. Capcom Origins. Combining Marvel Super Heroes and Marve vs. Capcom: Clash of the Super Heroes, Marvel vs. Capcom Origins will be available in the US on September 25th for PSN, and on September 26th for XBLA for $14.99/1200MSP.
Expendables 2, the game, approaches its existence the same way as its big screen namesake; loud, bloody, over the top, and with tongue firmly implanted in cheek. The formula is tried and true, and for films that manage to walk that line with the sheer confidence and joy of The Expendables, it can be great fun. Sadly, Ubisoft managed to only get part of the formula right, adding up to a game that t...[Read More]
I’ve been getting more and more into the racing genre lately, because it offers a fun way of spending time playing with friends. Hey, there’s nothing quite like being a douche and crashing into your friend just to throw him off of a perfect lap, right? Yes, I do play a bit dirty when it comes to racing, but in the end it’s all about the fun that you and your friends are having. R...[Read More]
When I first heard about Double Dragon: Neon back in April, I, like, totally thought it was absolutely choice. Now, mere months later, we have release date and pricing information for both platforms of distribution. This love letter to the 80s will be hitting PlayStation Network on September 11th for $9.99 and Xbox LIVE Arcade on September 12th for 800MSP. I challenge you…I’m sorry, I ...[Read More]