If you are a fan of Telltale games or a BATMAN lover then you will be excited to know that the final chapter of BATMAN The Telltale Series will be released on Tuesday, December 13th.
NIS America announced earlier today, that it finally has a confirmed release date for its upcoming release of SUDA51’s The Silver Case on the PlayStation 4, and it looks like North American and European gamers can expect to see the title hit stores in April 2017.
Do you feel like escaping the normalities of everyday life? Have you always wanted to be an astronaut and explore the deep regions of space? Well then you are in luck because Rocket League’s Starbase Arc update is out now.
NIS America announced earlier today, that the upcoming PlayStation 4 mystery adventure game, Danganronpa 1&2 Reload, would be making its way to North America and Europe in March of 2017.
I recently had the opportunity to sample Can’t Drive This, a new cooperative arcade racing game from Pixel Maniacs. Can’t Drive This differentiates itself from other arcade racers by requiring two players to work together. While Player One drives a car in a standard 3rd-person viewpoint, Player Two utilizes a top-down view to lay down the track ahead of their comrade. It’s dynamic, fast-paced, and...[Read More]
Until 1PM EST Saturday, Dirt 3: Complete Edition will be completely free on the Humble Bundle Store. For a limited time, all you need to do is “purchase“ it on the store for zero dollars and the code generates immediately to your Humble Bundle account. Do it before it’s gone, as the offer is for a very limited window.
Thumper is rhythm violence: classic rhythm-action, blistering speed, and brutal physicality. You are a space beetle. Brave the hellish void and confront a maniacal giant head from the future.
If someone told me that this would be the year of the unique rhythm game in January, I would have laughed at them. However, here we are. A while back I reviewed a rhythm RPG game, and now we have Thumper, a self titled “rhythm Hell” game.
Puuba’s The Metronomicon is a fascinating little conundrum. While it is a dancing game, it is also a role playing game. They go hand in hand, and they each play off of each other. While yes, it is a rhythm game, it does have its own story mode, much in the sense of an RPG. It is an interesting mashup, but the important question is: Does it work? And the answer is yes, yes it does.
Role-playing games are often some of the most important creations in the gaming industry with juggernauts such as Square Enix’s Final Fantasy and Dragon Quest series or Bioware’s Mass Effect and Dragon Age. These are games that go above and beyond, creating new worlds with large enthralling stories that have the possibility to stand the test of the time. Every now and again a new game ...[Read More]
On September 12, Steam shook things up again in the store in an attempt to address “scam” reviews that have been clogging up the pipeline and providing what are considered fraudulent review scores for video games.
Story driven platformer games are all over the place in the independently developed video game market. What seemed to start with Limbo back on the Xbox 360 and such has slowly evolved with various mechanics driving the game. Hue is one of those games, a puzzle filled platformer that plays with color, player perception, and logic patterns. Created by Fiddlesticks, Hue seeks to wow its audience with...[Read More]