Tag Archives: Windows
Platforms: Playstation 4 (reviewed) and Windows Video games have generally not been the most nuanced vehicles for expressing the effects of mental illness and that’s what makes Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice so much more impressive. Developer Ninja Theory combined it’s knack for cinematic presentaion with a very taboo topic to create an unforgettable, if flawed, game. […]
Platforms: Playstation 4 (reviewed), Playstation Vita (reviewed), and Windows Grinding in RPG’s is so entrenched in the genre that, at this point, it almost feels like near impossible for it to divorce itself from it. Hell, it’s such a part of the genre that a subgenre of them relishes in the grind, letting those of […]
Platforms: Mac, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita (reviewed), Windows, and Xbox One We Are Doomed is a chaotic twin-stick arena style shooter. It’s a game all about using a giant laser beam to take out a variety of polygon enemies. It’s all about the gameplay and chasing high scores as there’s no story, no cutscenes, and […]
Platforms: Playstation 3, PlayStation 4 (reviewed), Windows, Xbox 360, and Xbox One The human psyche is all too fragile. The fact that most of us are just one traumatizing event away from completely breaking down and losing control is a terrifying thing to think about. The Evil Within uses this fear to craft one the […]
Jason Arriola and John Lucero start with two games they played that they haven’t enjoyed and ramp up to two to they’ve been pleasantly surprised with, Jason might need to get his hearing checked, and discuss the Super NES Classic. We know you like us, so you should like us on Facebook and Twitter as well. You can subscribe […]
Platforms: Playstation 4 (reviewed), Windows, and Xbox One With a constant news cycle and a general increase in the popularity of indie games, it’s hard to be surprised by a game these days. Get Even, from developer The Farm 51, bucks that trend in a very satisfying way. While rough around the edges, it delivers […]
Drifting Lands is a side-scrolling shooter after my heart. It takes a side-scrolling shooter and adds in RPG and rogue-like elements and that should keep me coming back far longer than pattern recognition does. I stepped into it a few days ago and found myself backing away from it before I even got a chance […]
John Lucero, Jason Arriola, and Brittany Beshel spot some tangos in Rainbow Six: Siege. In case you’re wondering, yes, there’s friendly fire in this. And to see Brittany’s sick dance moves, tune in to the second part at around the 6:15 mark.
If you’re in the mood for an action RPG with an old school feel and tons of customization, then Cladun Returns: This is Sengoku! is right up your alley. Just released today for Playstation 4, Vita, and Windows via Steam platforms, Cladun Returns has a ton of features that got more than a bit of my attention. You […]
John and Jason drink in some of that sweet, sweet Overwatch and Jason learns that meth heads aren’t all bad.