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IP’s Thoughts: Your E3 2014 Do’s and Don’ts

The Electronic 3 is right around the corner, and we wouldn’t be a team that writes about games if we didn’t throw out some predictions or expectations on what we believe will be shown. Sure, we’ll probably be wrong, but…

Our First PAX

Zack, Aneudys and Jacob have never been to PAX East before, so here are their thoughts of PAX East for their first time being there.

A look back: Adventure games

Niall and Alex talk about one of their most memorable genres.

Evolve Preview: Three Beasts

Alex, Jacob and Zack all got to play different rolls in Evolve, and here they share their thoughts.

Monthly Passions: March 2014

March 2014 is the biggest month for new-gen gaming since launch. How does it hold up?

Monthly Passions: February 2014

One more month into the year and things are getting hearty and weird.

Monthly Passions: January 2014

Muramasa Rebirth: Genroku Legends – Fishy Tales of the Nekomata One of the selling points for the re-release of Muramasa Rebirth was the promise of new character story DLC that weren’t in the original Wii version as it was originally…

Most Anticipated Games of 2014

So 2014 is actually upon us. It’s here. I still find it hard to believe that next gen consoles are out, available, and selling like gangbusters, and this is going to a defining first year for them, more than likely.…

What’s Your Telltale?

Ever since Telltale Games touched The Walking Dead franchise, they’ve received much deserved attention for their innovations in gameplay. By directing the tone of the game through difficult decisions your character is forced to make, it immerses the player into…

Monthly Passions: December 2013

The last Monthly Passions of the year. See what we played to say goodbye to 2013.

Monthly Passions: November

Zelda? Mario? PS4? Xbox One?! Man, November has been a great month for video games.

The Games That Keep on Giving

No matter the console you’re deciding to play with this Thanksgiving, let’s put aside the console wars to appreciate games that gave us a little bit more bang for our buck.