All Posts from February 2014
When Bungie first envisioned Halo, they started building a real-time strategy. Since they had created the popular Myth series and the RTS genre was popular at the time, their decision … Continue reading →
It’s been lauded countless times over the past few years: “The return of the adventure game!” IGN welcomed the triumphant return of the genre back in 2011, The Guardian discussed … Continue reading →
Sega has shared with us a compelling behind-the-scenes look at the upcoming Wii U / 3DS exclusive game: Sonic Boom. Meant as a prequel for the upcoming TV series of … Continue reading →
ATLUS has shared with us fantastic news: you can expect Persona lovin' on 3DS, PS3, Xbox 360 and Vita. Over the next two years we'll see four fully localized North … Continue reading →
If you're wondering what the collectors edition of Dark Souls II will look like, wonder no more. According to Gamestop it will retail for $120 USD, it includes a cloth map, … Continue reading →
It’s bittersweet, but Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy marks the titular archeologist and expert puzzle solver’s final journey.
It’s the final game of the second trilogy of the series … Continue reading →
Capcom Vancouver's zombie killing simulator just received it's third of four DLC packages today. This time we're in control of the motorcycle gang madman Hunter, who introduced us to the … Continue reading →
One of the most lamented problems with the Xbox One is the interface in dealing with both friends and parties. There were features that were dropped from the Xbox 360, … Continue reading →
I think it might be that March 11, 2014 will mark the unofficial launch of the Xbox One proper - we just got word that the much-anticipated Twitch app, originally … Continue reading →
If you haven't heard of Castlestorm and you're starving for games on your Wii U, you may have a new game to play in bed with your Gamepad. Castlestorm is … Continue reading →
When I played The Bridge last year, I was very quickly taken with the game's gorgeous artwork and original gameplay mechanics. When I read that Ty Taylor and Mario Castaneda, the forces behind The … Continue reading →
Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare is endearing on so many levels.
This isn’t exactly a surprise, considering PopCap’s track record. From Peggle to Zuma, from Bookworm Adventures to Bejeweled, each … Continue reading →