Check out DuckTales Remastered with Dalton and Seth and see just what all the fuss is about.
While Tyler and I were away at NYCC, we had the chance to check out Arkham Origins: Blackgate on the Vita. What we played, while only a vertical slice, was pretty enjoyable. Check out the video and see it for yourself!
During NYCC, Tyler and Dalton got a chance to talk with Tristan Corbett, Product Manager for Capcom’s Strider (2014).
The premise of Watch_Dogs can’t be ignored by information fiends like me.
Dalton and Seth sample a life of digital crime in the co-op focused sequel to the first-person shooter Payday: The Heist.
Seth and Dalton take an in-depth look at the latest outing of the lean, mean, ninja team on PC.
In the past few weeks, I have been able to spend a little time in the reimagined world of Eorzea. Eorzea is the world in which the MMORPG Final Fantasy XIV is set. FFXIV was released in September 2010 to largely negative reviews. Claims that the game was poorly optimized, that it offered a sluggish… continue reading →
Last week I had a chance to play several of the E3 lineup of games for the WiiU during a private press event at the Nintendo World Store here in New York City, where I also imbibed on free booze and flirted with half of the company’s marketing team. I was excited to jump into… continue reading →
Awakened after centuries of cryosleep following a great war, an ancient group of lost warriors called the Tenno find themselves in a new war. The Tenno are the last surviving descendants of an ancient civilization from Earth. With advanced armor, guns and swords, the Tenno take action as verifiable space ninjas throughout the surrounding galaxies… continue reading →
Throughout this current generation of video games, we’ve experienced several different post-apocalyptic scenarios in games such as Fallout 3 and Gears of War. These scenarios involve the player navigating a world after a major event has taken its toll on civilization. In Fallout 3, Washington D.C. is a wasteland, the result of an atomic bomb,… continue reading →