One of my favorite PC platformers of all time, “Electronic Super Joy”, has released a sequel taking place in “Groove City”. I’m sure that means we’re going to get a banging soundtrack this time around. Of course that also means it’s time to get that “Super Meat Boy” sense of satisfaction (or rage) and awkward […]
Is it worth buying into the Trials Fusion beta? Have they done a good job with the PC version after Evolution being a bit of a mess? Paul answers these questions and many more. You can buy “Trials Fusion” on Steam.
The rise of the digital TCG has taken place this past year with Hearthstone entering into the competitive video game scene, tapping into a largely untapped market. That being said, many TCG players can’t find the balance of finding a good TCG game that’s great mechanically and isn’t pay to win. In this video we […]
What’s this? An Early Access game that feels complete? Tired of playing betas and alphas, Paul takes Next Car Game for a spin and finds what it has to offer is actually a quite complete experience. Not only a complete experience, but an amazing take on demolition derbies and a step forward for the racing […]
Capcom had some booths showcasing a demo of a Strider build at New York Comic Con this year. From what we can tell it featured one level with about 15 minutes of gameplay. That’s not to say we actually made it to the end of the demo, But we saw others who did! Strider currently […]
Today I take a look at first-time developer Brain & Nerd’s Predestination combat beta. It’s still very early on in development so final judgement will be reserved for the full release, which is expected to be anywhere between the fourth quarter of 2013, and the first quarter of 2014.
Make no jokes, a video series about the progression of rocks as both tools, scenery, and other misshapen steps that video games have done to these wonderful pieces of nature is being made. Obviously a (mostly) parody of the whole “Tropes vs Women in Video Games” series, I plan on going over the graphical, uses, […]