Flipping Death Review

Have you ever wondered what life would be like in the afterlife? Flipping Death tries to give you an idea of what a day in the life of Death might be like in this 2D puzzle platforming adventure game. Flipping…

Indie Highlights Ep.1 Fossil Hunters, The Mooseman, Earthfall

Indie Highlights is a video series where we’ll highlight awesome Indie games we’re playing or you might have missed and are worth checking out! Games and Platforms played on/footage was captured from: 1) Fossil Hunters played on Nintendo Switch (Also…

Moonlighter Review

Life can be tough for a humble shopkeeper, day in and day out tending to your shop can be stressful. But after a hard days work, pick up your sword and shield and begin your quest to become a legendary…

You can pre-load the Street Fighter V PC beta now

The second Street Fighter V beta is scheduled to start this weekend, and if you happen to be a part of the PC festivities, you can pre-load it now. Just redeem your code, head to Steam, and download the latest…

Mortal Kombat X Review

To watch the viscera-replete finishing move of Ermac, with its sadistic and oddly humorous overtones, is to know humanity at its truest. Why does watching a mummy use his magical brain powers to slowly draw the digestive tract out of…

Game of Thrones: The Lost Lords Review

Iron from Ice was Telltale’s first attempt at capturing the essence of the wildly successful HBO show within the walls of its point and click adventure formula. It did so with mixed results. The Lost Lords, as a whole, takes…

Dying Light Review

There’s a moment, after running from some unnaturally relentless zombies, that you find reprieve in collection of shanties walled off by all manner of heavy makeshift barrier materials. Amongst it’s inhabitants is a movie director. He convinces you to take…

D4: Dark Dreams Don’t Die Review

Swery, or Swery65, or maker of Deadly Premonition, or mad-genius if you prefer, has come back in a big way with his team Access, this time on Xbox One. Features this time include, but are not limited to, romance, intrigue,…

Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor Review

When I was in 12th grade I spent the majority of a partly cloudy Saturday in a classmate’s basement reading through Tolkien’s magnum opus, The Lord of the Rings trilogy. Not out of personal curiosity, mind you, but as a…

Titanfall Review

A world where heavy artillery falls from the sky and adrenaline is constantly fueling every move you make. “Today’s civilian is tomorrow’s Militia” is the motto to live and die by if you’re ranked amongst the IMC. Consequences are a…

Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare Review

Remember the time when Plants vs. Zombies was just an innocent puzzle game that had some witty humor behind it? Even though the humor is still alive in Garden Warfare, PopCap decided they’d throw any amount of comfort out the…

Memoirs of a Deprived Xbox One

Seems like just yesterday Sony and Microsoft fanboys were at each other’s throats about which console was the best, not to say they aren’t still. Though I may not have made a scene in any comment threads, I was among…