Epic Arena

Bits and Pieces of PAX East: Epic Arena

Written by (@nightskyre) on April 25, 2014 in News, PAX East 2014

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Travian Games is a company that is already well known in the browser game space, having been working in this particular industry niche for nearly ten years. Bringing their publishing expertise to bear and working with the fresh-faced and excitable talent of small independent developer ShadowMasters, this team has created Epic Arena, a new deck-based… Read More »


PAX East 2014: Day One First Look

Written by (@nightskyre) on April 11, 2014 in News, PAX East 2014

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Those of us fortunate enough to represent the media contingent at PAX are given a special privilege – We’re allowed to enter the Expo Hall one hour early, only on the first day. This is a priceless time we can use to engage with developers in a slightly more controlled setting, where they aren’t yet… Read More »

Costume Quest

Costume Quest 2 Coming This Year

Written by (@LadyPwncess) on March 10, 2014 in News


This Halloween will be the best Halloween ever! And how could it not be when amazing news like this comes out? Double Fine and Midnight City are working together to bring us the ever awaited Costume Quest 2! Okay, so maybe not everyone expected this, but come on, you know you all wanted it. New costumes,… Read More »

Batman Arkham Knight

Teaser Trailer Reveals Batman Arkham Knight Releasing in 2014

Written by (@LadyPwncess) on March 4, 2014 in News

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After lots of rumors and leaks, Warner Bros. has confirmed that Rocksteady has been working on the final installment for the Batman Arkham trilogy. I welcome thee with open arms, Batman Arkham Knight. The teaser trailer “Father to Son” shows us some old faces and a fun new toy. Vroom vroom! We will finally get to drive… Read More »


Typing the Day Away

Written by (@mrsleftybrown) on February 26, 2014 in News

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There are so many things that we use in our everyday lives that we just need to brush up on. One of these things that I feel could always use improvement is typing. Sure I have known how to type since I was in Jr. High. Okay, I will date myself here and admit that… Read More »

Pokemon X and Y

A Nintendo Deal

Written by (@mrsleftybrown) on February 25, 2014 in News

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Sometimes there is an offer that a company will put forth that seems almost too good to be true. For the month of March, however, the one the Nintendo is offering is 100% legit. They are offering Pokémon X or Pokémon Y to any person who happens to register a new portable console and a qualifying… Read More »


XBLA Kicks Back with Rekoil: Liberation

Written by (@galactic_rhyme) on January 29, 2014 in News

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So far here in 2014, there has been very little to get excited about on the XBLA. Thanks to Plastic Piranha and 505 Games, there’s something new in the XBLA for shooter fans. This week brings us the release of Rekoil: Liberation. The game promotes itself as a balanced FPS. Taking place in an arena allowing up… Read More »

Bioshock Elizabeth

PlayStation Plus Weekly 1/14 – 1/21

Written by (@katanasquirrel) on January 14, 2014 in News

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This week PlayStation Plus receives, arguably, the biggest game to date in the Instant Game Collection, Bioshock Infinite. The game, which was recently awarded Game of the Year from The Married Gamers, is my personal favorite game of 2013. It’s a game that, even months after its release, I still think about on a regular… Read More »


Staff Picks 2013: Best Indie Game – Papers, Please

Written by (@phneri) on December 17, 2013 in News, Staff Picks

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Nominees: Brothers, Gone Home, Papers, Please, Rogue Legacy Let’s talk about one of the most surprising, glorious, soul-crushing releases of the year: Papers, Please. Papers is a game about bureaucracy, greed, corruption, and stamping papers. Mostly stamping papers. What made it amazing was how quickly the game was able to destroy my sense of empathy…. Read More »


PlayStation Plus Weekly 12/17 – 12/24

Written by (@katanasquirrel) on December 17, 2013 in News

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This week, PlayStation Plus subscribers are being treated to Dyad being added to the Instant Game Collection. The Tempest inspired game is, in all honesty, fairly difficult to describe. You travel through a series of pipes, “hooking” onto various items, pulling yourself through each level. What really sets Dyad apart from other titles, though, is the extremely… Read More »