The makers of the solid DragonBall Budokai outings (Dimps) returns to bring us Xenoverse. Battle of Z steered us in the right direction, but can DBX seal the deal? Continue reading “Dragon Ball Xenoverse Video Review: Big Fan Service”
Primal Carnage Is Coming To PS4
Primal Carnage: Extinction is coming to the Playstation 4 in early 2015. PC owners will get it on steam later this year. Here we have another multiplayer title. Unfortunately, if you were looking for the single player game PC: Genesis, it has been put on ice. (more…)
Final Fantasy VII Retro Review (PS1, PSN, PC)
Real Talk By: Ms. Throwback
With all the word on the streets about the upcoming FF title, we wanted to take a step back in time and review one of the most well-known ones in history: Final Fantasy Vll. Continue reading “Final Fantasy VII Retro Review (PS1, PSN, PC)”
Level-Start 15: Nintendo Gains Big Momentum
Today T-42 looks at what Nintendo is bringing to the table this generation. KJ gives his Sony thoughts, including key things the company needs to dominate E3 2014.
Humble Origin Bundle!
The latest Humble Bundle is now up for sale, and this is, in my opinion, one of the best I’ve seen! Continue reading “Humble Origin Bundle!”
Payday 2 launch trailer
Payday 2 is now available. (more…)
PC Gamers Christmas in July!
The first glorious day of the Steam Summer sale is here! The perfect time to buy games dirt cheap. Games are up to 90% off! If it’s on steam, it’s probably going to go on sale. You can check out whats on sale here.
Here are a few tips in case this is your first time.
If you can, you should wait until the game you want to buy is a daily deal, sure it can be 33 or 50 percent off now, but during a daily deal it can be even cheaper!
Buy games as gifts if you aren’t sure you want to keep it. That way you can sell it forward if you don’t want it in the future, remember that if you add it to your library, it’s yours and you wont be able to sell it.
Torchlight II Review
Real Talk By: The Wizard
I first purchased Torchlight 1 on Steam a few months back after noticing it had a pretty good following. Continue reading “Torchlight II Review”
Humble Bundle for Android #3
Real Talk By: J. Valdez
Hey everyone! I want to let you know about the latest Humble Bundle. This time, as the title suggest, the bundle is for Android, however all the games are cross-platform, and as always, DRM free. They also give you the soundtracks to all the games. That’s something you don’t get buying a game on its own. Unless it’s a special edition (I.E. Cost more). Separately you can buy these games for about 52$, but with this bundle they can be yours for what ever you feel like paying! That’s 4 games, for however charitable you feel. 5 games if you pay more than the average of 6.11$. What games are we talking about?
I played fieldrunners on my iPhone one day at work. My productivity plummeted.
Bit Trip Saga
Another really fun game to lose time in.
And the bonus game if you beat the average
Every dollar helps, you can choose how your contribution is distributed. It can go to Child’s Play Charity, or the Electronic Frontier Foundation, and of course you can distribute some of the money to the developers, or the Humble Bundle site itself. So go on over to the Humble Bundle site and buy those great games! Do it for the kids, or our rights, or both!
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Lone Survivor Dual Review
Real Talk By EC
Lone Survivor is a game with a weird and twisted story that revolves around a main character, whose simply known as “You”. You wakes up in his apartment ranting about monsters outside and how he might be the only normal person left and his only goal is to find someone else who hasn’t turned, being that he fears dying alone, he ventures out of the apartment and arms himself with a map in search of clues to lead him in the right direction.
This 2D side scroller pits you against these inside out creatures similar to zombies, that luckily can only move from side to side where as You can hide within crevasses’ in the walls that for some reason the monsters can’t see, and can easily be avoided due to their hunger for rotting meat, that You happens to find just lying around.
The game play is simple, move about in your two dimensions and look for weapons, clues, and food to help you make your way through the hellish nightmare that the city has become. Food is important to You, if he isn’t fed regularly he’ll start to complain about how he’s hungry and can’t go on much longer, and it also affects your over all mental health, which is important cause with low mental health comes hallucinations and blackouts, and that may sound fun, but You’s mental health can affect how you progress in the game, and ultimately the ending.
Jasper Byrne’s Lone Survivor is an Epic Win for the Indie Game Genre. It’s a simple puzzle/survivor horror/side scrolling game that plunges you into a world filled with many questions and very little answers. I can easily say that I loved playing this game, even though it got stressful at times. I recommend you get it. Now. Only 9.99 on Steam.
Second Opinion from J.Valdez
This game was an impulse buy, I saw part of the trailer and thought the concept was cool since I’m interested in psychological thrillers. I didn’t know how well it would translate into a game though. Playing through seemed a little boring at the beginning since I’m not too good at keeping inventory. Everything is limited in the game, limited ammo, limited food and medicine, and you need to moderate it in order to survive until the end. This is what ads challenge to the gameplay, because I honestly think its easy to pass those monster things if you’re careful enough, but making sure you eat is a big priority. Especially since some foods you just can’t eat until completing a task like getting gas for the stove or can openers for cans of food.
The game’s soundtrack was perfect, subtle but bringing everything together, no sounds seemed out of place. The entire game is 16 bit, gave it a retro feel for me, the animation was as satisfying as it could be. The gameplay isn’t slow at all, the action may be slow to moderate but its not an action game, so if that’s what you’re looking for, you may as well skip this title, however I recommend not skipping this game. The controls are easy to learn and you only play with your keyboard, since I’m not too used to PC games, I sometimes thought some of the keys I needed to press were a little far from each other.
For me this game delivered and exceeded any expectations I had when I saw the trailer. Fans of the survival horror genre will love this game. A great mix of psychological horror, survival, and the occasional comic relief.
+Everything is well executed
-No choice of extra weapons
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