0 CommentsPosted by Jason on August 17, 2011 under Featured, Headlines, Reviews, Xbox 360
Do you remember when you were a little kid and you dumped all your toys out on the floor and had war games with them? If you’ve answered “no” to that question, please stop reading now and consult a licensed Doctor of Brain Studies and Weird Cranial Goings On (note: this is not a real degree). Don’t worry I’m just kidding. If you didn’t play like that as a child, I won’t judge you; ho... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Jason on July 14, 2011 under Featured, General Gaming, Handheld, Headlines, PC, Reviews
Agent Nelson Tethers is a FBI agent unlike the ones that you are probably familiar with. You know the ones I’m talking about. The ones who descend on the scene en masse in their black SUVs, dressed to the nines in black suits (with sunglasses) ready to dispense the required amount of justice. No, Nelson Tethers is nothing like this at all. Why, you ask? You see Nelson is a Puzzle Agent... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Jason on July 7, 2011 under Featured, General Gaming, Headlines, PC, Reviews
After several months of episodic releases, Telltale Games closes the book on Back to the Future: The Game with Episode 5: Outatime. Is this the first you’ve heard of this game? Really? Don’t lie to me, I’ll know. Okay fine, if this really is your first encounter with the game, I’ll run through the basics before we talk about Episode 5. BttF:TG is a point-and-click adventure g... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Jason on June 24, 2011 under Featured, General Gaming, Handheld, Headlines, Reviews
Monster Soup is a puzzle game developed by Keiffer Bros. and is available for the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad and requires iOS 3.1.3 or later. As of this writing, the game was priced at a thrifty $0.99 on the App Store. Now that we’ve got all the technical details out of the way, let’s get down to the basics of Monster Soup. If you made a quick pass on this article to mark it a... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Jason on May 31, 2011 under Featured, Headlines, PC, Reviews
Telltale Games has promised us one new episode per month, and that time is upon us again. If you’ve not been keeping track, Back to the Future: The Game is now up to the fourth episode of the series. Episode 4: Double Visions puts the player back in the digital shoes of Marty McFly as he travels through time, breaking timelines and fixing those timelines which he broke. Overall, game is a simple... more.
2 CommentsPosted by Jason on April 9, 2011 under Featured, Handheld, Headlines, Reviews
When I first heard about Sword & Sworcery EP, I was intrigued. Sword & Sworcery EP was created in a collaboration of the Superbrothers, the game development studio Capybara Games and musician Jim Guthrie. In a sea of stupid apps and games populating the Apple App Store, this one promised to be different. I know what you are thinking dear reader; many games promised to be something fantasti... more.
1 CommentsPosted by Jason on April 8, 2011 under Featured, Headlines, PC, Reviews
Like most geeks, I am a fan of the cult favorite movie trilogy Back to the Future. I was quite excited when I saw that Telltale Games was releasing an adventure game based on BttF. The episodic game is now at the halfway mark with the release of Episode 3 – Citizen Brown and shows no signs of slowing down. So set your cruise control to 88 miles per hour (about 142 kph for our metric friends) and... more.
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