Wasteland 2 Preview – 26 years in the making!

Wasteland 2

InXile’s new game is out today and the internet is all a flutter with the release of Wasteland 2. The news is big and why would you expect anything less for a game that has been 26 years in the making, from a collaboration between some of the greatest game developers of our time? Wasteland was originally developed and released ... Read More »

Super Smash Bros 3DS demo – First Impressions

Super Smash Bros 3DS

The latest installment of the Super Smash Bros series is coming to the 3DS in a little under 3 weeks. This week after a Treehouse Direct Nintendo released codes for Nintendo Club platinum members to get their hands on the demo for Super Smash Bros 3DS earlier than the general public. This demo allows players to try out three new ... Read More »

SPACECOM: Strategy in Space

Spacecom logo

In a world where most new games are clones of other games with a fresh cast of characters, an SPACECOM, published by 11 bit launchpad, looks to rewrite the strategy genre. Read More »

Castle Story Preview: A Solid Foundation


Some time during 2011, a fledgling indie-game studio revealed the title that they had been working on for years; a game promising an exciting blend between the mold-able world of the popular voxel-based genre that gave birth to Minecraft, as well as the strategy inherent within the RTS genre. Years later, Castle Story has found itself released under Steam Early-Access, ... Read More »

The Red Solstice by Ironward – Preview

The Red Solstice Logo

The Red Solstice, an 8 player co-op tactical survival game, releases July 10th for Steam early access. Created by Ironward, a Croation development company, this game is the latest Kickstarter success story clearing their goal by over $10000. This game is still in Beta stages so there is still work to be done but the team behind the Red Solstice ... Read More »

Wolfenstein: The New Order – Looking Ahead

B.J. Blazkowicz

It’s not every day you hear that a historical genre-defining game gets another chance to wow the masses. It has happened before, with disastrous and series-ending results, such as Duke Nukem’s Duke Nukem Forever  or the Perfect Dark series’ lackluster followup Perfect Dark Zero. Sometimes reboots hit the target, such as developer Crystal Dynamics’ 2013 Lara Croft, which helps catapult a good game ... Read More »

GameFace- The future of VR Headsets?


Just because Facebook bought Oculus, the Kickstarted Virtual Reality headset company, a little under a month ago doesn’t mean you have to give up hope for ever playing anything other than Farmville in virtual reality. All jokes aside, many people have lost faith in the Oculus Rift project at this point, either due to lack of real results or because ... Read More »

PixelJunk Nom Nom Galaxy Preview: Delicious Soup

Nom Nom Galaxy 1

Nom Nom Galaxy is a game about soup production. No, no! Don’t leave! It’s good, I swear. It also features mining and landscaping, with a huge focus on automation and efficiency. Hmm, that isn’t really convincing, either. Let me start over. The PixelJunk series(?) has been a favorite of mine since I played PixelJunk Monsters for the first time back ... Read More »

A Hat In Time: Alpha Preview

A Hat In Time Wallpaper

Some time last year, a game called A Hat in Time on Kickstarter was brought to my attention that checked off a whole bunch of boxes in the “What Seth Looks For In A Game” list. It promised to be a Nintendo 64-era-inspired collectathon platformer, taking a lot of cues from Banjo-Kazooie and Super Mario 64. It showed off beautiful ... Read More »

The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot Closed Beta Impressions


After spending about eleven hours playing the closed beta of the Mighty Quest for Epic Loot, I can safely say that I don’t recommend jumping in. At this stage players are getting access to what is supposedly an unfinished product, but it’s still a product that Ubisoft are asking you to pay for on Steam and one that seems to ... Read More »

Xbox One – First Impressions


The time has finally come: The Xbox One has officially been released and is being put through the paces from gamers all over the world. I got my hands on a “Day One Edition” right at midnight, and I’ve been chugging away ever since, and the more I dig in, the more impressed I become with what Microsoft has to ... Read More »

Xbox One – Launch Day Guide


With the launch of Microsoft’s new Xbox One console less than 2 weeks away, let’s take a look at some need to know things about the console to help you prepare your next-gen experience! Read More »

Sony Playstation 4 Unboxing

Playstation 4 launch

With the next generation officially started with the Playstation 4 launch, I dive right in and give us an unboxing and a look at what comes in your box that you spend $400 on. Read More »

Playstation 4 First Impression

Playstation 4 launch

First impressions are always important, and a new console release is no exception, especially one as big as the Playstation 4 Launch! Although rocky at first, the Playstation 4 first impression that I was given was one that makes me very excited that I purchased the console. Even with the limited launch titles, the Playstation 4 is going to give ... Read More »

Playstation 4 Launch Preview


It’s the week we’ve all be waiting for. The suspense is palpable as we wait to get our fresh new next-gen consoles, with the PS4 being released tomorrow! There’s been a ton of new developments and news in the last few weeks, and we’re here to get you ready for the Playstation 4 launch day. Whether you’re getting yours at ... Read More »

State of Decay PC – First Impressions


Developer Undead Labs turned a few heads when out of the blue they released State of Decay  for XBLA in the beginning of June. It took the marketplace by storm with players wanting to feed their zombie-bashing needs due to the offering of an open-world sandbox zombie game. This time around, however, Undead Labs decided they’d up the ante by ... Read More »

Games to watch – Cornerstone: The Song of Tyrim


Kickstarter has become one of the best places for developers to both fund and show off their games. A perfect example of this would be Cornerstone: The Song of Tyrim, a game that I came across a few days ago. Cornerstone is an open world action adventure, with an emphasis on exploration and combat mixed with physics and player choice (emphasis ... Read More »