Remembering the Good Old Days of Playstation 2

By Dominique Paige Do you remember the good old days of Playstation 2, when it was beating out Nintendo GameCube, Segadreamcast, and Xbox? Then, you will know what good games are coming from the PS2. The people who always capture ...
Remembering the Good Old Days of Playstation 2

The Best Play Station Game of 2013, The Last of Us, is Back

“The Last of Us is considered one of the most significant titles of the last console generation, winning countless awards,” – Sony Computer Entertainment Europe product manager Josh Walker By William De La Torre If you haven’t had a chance to pick ...
The Best Play Station Game of 2013, The Last of Us, is Back

Four Brothers With Big Ideas: Warner Brothers Interactive Entertainment

By Irvin Fleming In the video game business, there is one company that has been more active and more relevant than similar video game businesses.  They have been involved with numerous projects such as the Lego franchise, the recent Batman series ...
Four Brothers With Big Ideas: Warner Brothers Interactive Entertainment

The Flurf Game is Appealing; It Has a Simplistic Art Style that Appeals to a Younger Audience

By Dominic Ricci As my red and winged sprite hopped from one plant to the next while playing Flurf, only to go tumbling to its doom and another restart, I had to question if the game really wanted to be ...
The Flurf Game is Appealing; It Has a Simplistic Art Style that Appeals to a Younger Audience

OctoDad Review

By Irvin Fleming Through the course of the OctoDad story you will encounter the antagonist – the Chef - who will invade OctoDad’s privacy, fully aware that he is an octopus. The game depicts a typical western family that has become ...
OctoDad Review

No Man’s Sky Has the Raw Determination and Drive to be Great

By Chazz D. Hegna ‘The voyage that stands before you cannot be taken lightly.’ These are the words used by Hello Games that have set the tone for their up and coming game No Man’s Sky. Hello Games, a tiny indie ...
No Man’s Sky Has the Raw Determination and Drive to be Great

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Remembering the Good Old Days of Playstation 2

Posted by Dominique Paige

By Dominique Paige Do you remember the good old days of Playstation 2, when it was beating out Nintendo GameCube, Segadreamcast, and Xbox? Then, you will know what good games are coming from the PS2. The people who always capture my eye when it comes to their graphics, level design, and gameplay is Activion. One […]

The Best Play Station Game of 2013, The Last of Us, is Back

Posted by William De La Torre

“The Last of Us is considered one of the most significant titles of the last console generation, winning countless awards,” – Sony Computer Entertainment Europe product manager Josh Walker By William De La Torre If you haven’t had a chance to pick up and play this game yet, under normal circumstances it would be a […]

Four Brothers With Big Ideas: Warner Brothers Interactive Entertainment

Posted by Irvin Fleming

By Irvin Fleming In the video game business, there is one company that has been more active and more relevant than similar video game businesses.  They have been involved with numerous projects such as the Lego franchise, the recent Batman series and the newly acquired Mortal Kombat. Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has been gaining attention […]

Shadows Over Normandie; Boardgame License for Achtung! Cthulhu

Posted by PMac

Do check out the video on Kickstarter as there is an awesome live action Achtung! Cthulhu piece featuring a Servitor Overlord from Achtung! Cthulhu Paris Based Devil Pigs Games Takes To Kickstarter For Dark Twist On Normandie Invasion & Funds In Less Than An Hour! Modiphius Entertainment is pleased to announce a licensing deal with […]

Midwest Game Developers Summit: July 12-13, 2014

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CLICK HERE FOR SCHEDULE. Check out the Midwest Game Developers Summit coming up: http://mgdsummit.com/  You can sign up here: conta.cc/1p0DOok “The Midwest Game Developers Summit is a two day game development conference being held at the Olympia Resort in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin on July 12 -13, 2014. MGDS is meant to bring aspiring students and professional […]

The Flurf Game is Appealing; It Has a Simplistic Art Style that Appeals to a Younger Audience

Posted by Dominic Ricci

By Dominic Ricci As my red and winged sprite hopped from one plant to the next while playing Flurf, only to go tumbling to its doom and another restart, I had to question if the game really wanted to be continued. At that point, it was hard to tell. The trailer for the game boasts […]