AiRace Speed Review

AiRace Speed is a tiny, downloadable 3DS racer that came out a few days ago. While it certainly melts faces with its speed, it’s far from perfect – a tiny price for an appropriately-sized game. You guide your mega, super laser jet vehicle through the various courses in a time

Impressions From 5 Hours Into Shin Megami Tensei 4

Yesterday, the first entry into the main Shin Megami Tensei series in almost a decade graced the 3DS. I haven’t previously played any of the main games, only Persona 4 and the fairly-recently-released Soul Hackers. I went in fairly blind, not wanting anything to be spoiled in advance. So far

Rack n’ Ruin Preview

It seems like I hear of games made by former Blizzard employees more and more these days, and I certainly welcome that trend to keep on going if it leads to more neat little games like Rack n’ Ruin. Developed by Lifespark Entertainment and directed by former Blizzard artist Tyler

Painkiller: Hell & Damnation Preview

Painkiller is not a game I’d come across before I played the demo, so I had no expectations either way for the quality of gameplay. From the onset, it looks like your typical bloodthirsty bullet fest, and it turns out that’s exactly what it is. The concept for the game

Early Access’d: Interstellar Marines

Another one already? Well, I usually try to post these on Tuesdays but sometimes I’m a little late. Anyway, back to the schedule! Ever have problems getting into those online shootin’ games all the kids are excited about these days? Maybe Interstellar Marines is the right fit. It’s not Aliens:

Early Access’d: Insurgency

Woah! Early Access’d is already leaving the text-based universe behind on its third episode. I’m so proud. Join me as I take on the latest in Source-engine desert-dude shooting technology with Insurgency. Let me know if this is enjoyable and I’ll certainly try to keep doing these in video format

The Curse of Nordic Cove Review

F*ck, F*ck, F*ck, F*cking F*ck. (Direct quote.) If you came up to me and told me about a game that started off as a hybrid between a golf simulator and a first-person shooter where you blast scythe-wielding ghosts with a potato gun, I’d give you two thumbs up because that’s

This is Not A Scurvy Scallywags Review

Scurvy Scallywags in the Voyage to Discover the Ultimate Sea Shanty, much like some other games, is a title I will only write once. It’s as silly as it is long and keyboard-taxing. However, unlike some other dubiously-named games, SSITVTDTUSS is as silly as its title suggests. Still, here I am,

Nintendo Preview: E3 Comes Home

E3 has increasingly become less relevant to the common gamer. The show was fantastic when the general public was allowed to attend, but now times are different. While gamers appreciate that journalists write back about their experiences, nothing beats getting hands-on time with a game. Nintendo wanted to be different

Animal Crossing: New Leaf Cares About You, Man

I don’t wanna talk about E3. After watching some of the pressers, I want to get back to a special little place called Parallax, Animal Crossing. Yes, my sweet Parallax. Named after ancient technology heavily employed in past generations, it was established all but a few days ago and has flourished

Rush Bros. Review

After passing through Kickstarter and Steam Greenlight, XYLA Entertainment’s Rush Bros. is finally here. Rush Bros. is being called a “Platform Racer” which I’ll admit isn’t a genre I was aware of and is exactly what it sounds like. You are on a platform-type level, but rushing to get the


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Playing Through The backlog – The Last of Us: Remastered
GTA 5 on PC is real and pre-orders will open up on Friday
GTA Online taken offline for maintenance