Agarest: Generations of War 2 is Censored on Steam

agarest 2

The extremely popular sequel to the Agarest series Agarest: Generations of War 2 has finally made its way to Steam with full mouse and keyboard functionality, but some fans will be disappointed to hear that the sequel has been censored by its publisher Ghostlight apparently in accordance with some countries laws. However, this was never mentioned on the Steam page, ... Read More »

Mortal Kombat X Story Trailer Reveals Host of New Fighters


Anticipation for Mortal Kombat X keeps on mounting as we advance toward its April 14th release date. This week saw the release of MKX’s first story mode trailer, giving fan’s a glimpse of the new generation of MK fighters.  In a previous interview, MK director Ed Boone stated that the game’s story would pick up directly where MK9’s left off, ... Read More »

A Sure Thing: Death’s Gambit Revealed

Death's Gambit

Evocative of a Dark Souls ‘demake’ crossed with a bit of Shadow of the Colossus, Death’s Gambit is a 2-D sidescrolling slash-‘em-up punctuated by titanic, acrobatic boss battles. Described as a non-linear, branching, action-RPG on developer White Rabbit’s website, Death’s Gambit will be showing at PAX East, and may soon open to funding via Kickstarter. The studio hasn’t opened to crowdfunding ... Read More »

Battlefield Hardline Premium Details Leaked

Battlefield Hardline

Details pertaining to Battlefield Hardline have apparently been leaked before an official announcement by Electronic Arts. According to the website Attack of the Fanboy, the marketing from a GameStop sleeve have pulled back the curtain on Hardline, showcasing the Premium service the game will have after it’s release. Admittingly, the content itself is pretty much what you would expect. Battlefield Hardline: Premium is offering players ... Read More »

Final Fantasy 14 hits 4 million subscribers, gives free time to old players

Final Fantasy XIV Gold Saucer

Final Fantasy XIV is one of the few MMORPGs that manage in this day and age to survive with a subscription-based model. That is amazing, especially considering that the game recovered from a disastrous first version that Square-Enix’s CEO commented to be having “greatly damaged the Final Fantasy brand”. Those days are long past since FF XIV: A Realm Reborn ... Read More »

Dragon Quest Heroes Coming to PS4 Later in 2015

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Dragon Quest lovers rejoice, because as of February 25th, 2015, Playstation Blog has officially made the announcement that they are going to release the newly released (in Japan) title Dragon Quest Heroes exclusively for the PS4 for North American audiences in later 2015. This is slightly different than for the Japanese release, which is available for both the Playstation 3 ... Read More »

Heavenstrike Rivals Available Free To Play for Android and iOS


Since February 25th, 2015, Square Enix, the company behind famous series such as Final Fantasy and Dragon Quest, have come out with a new game called Heavenstrike Rivals, which was announced back in 2014. This game is described on the Square Enix website press release as a “mobile adventure role-playing game” and includes “a complex – yet easy to learn ... Read More »

Destiny gets Major Gun Update


Destiny Update 1.1.1, the most recent update for the game, includes reduced damage of auto-rifles, networking improvements and several fixes for weapons and armor.  In total, the new update has 51 new or changed features. Bungie, the game’s development company, posted a list of all the updates yesterday afternoon. The update also prevents enemies from dropping heavy ammo in Crucible matches, ... Read More »

Fable Legends will be free to play, but how will it work?

Fable Legends

Fable Legends, the newest spin-off game in the Fable franchise, has just been announced to be a free to play title. Fable Legends will be a 4v1 multiplayer fable experience where you can play as either one of four heroes fighting the forces of evil or play as a villain and command your troops in an attempt to crush the ... Read More »

FCC To Giants – Allow Municipal Broadband

FCC netneutrality

It’s hard to imagine that one of the largest countries in the world and sole superpower could be so far behind in terms in Internet implementation. This is especially troubling when you take into consideration that the nation was one of the first to pioneer this new form of communication. In a 3-2 vote, the FCC has ruled in the ... Read More »