Moebius: Empire Rising review — Mediocrity Strip

Moebius: Empire Rising review — Mediocrity Strip

Apr 15, 2014

Fate is a strange thing. Are we as a species doomed to repeat past mistakes, stuck in an endless loop of the same few historical figureheads changing the course of history? Moebius attempts to answer these questions, but is often hampered by bland, nonsensical puzzles and a lack of meaningful characters. Moebius: Empire Rising presents a lot of promise....

Stunted Snake- Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes Review

Stunted Snake- Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes Review

Mar 20, 2014

Big Boss embarks on an ambitious but ultimately criminally short operation. The long awaited fifth entry in legendary producer Hideo Kojima’s signature stealth series is finally here- well, sort of. Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes, is really just a taste of what’s to come when The Phantom Pain releases sometime next year. While this prologue...

Retro Refined- Strider Review

Retro Refined- Strider Review

Feb 23, 2014

Double Helix resurrects Capcom’s legendary ninja for a new generation. Capcom’s agile azure assassin is back courtesy of developer Double Helix. For the first time in 15 years Strider Hiryu, the scarlet scarf sporting ninja has found his way to the console front to once again wage war against the evil, mechanized forces the nefarious Grand Master...

The Best And Worst Video Game Icon Makeovers

The Best And Worst Video Game Icon Makeovers

Feb 6, 2014

Today we were given a look a Sega’s new vision for Sonic. While I’m not one to argue with the company’s choice to update their anthropomorphic blue speedster’s appearance, which has stayed largely the same over his 20+ year career. However, I’m not entirely sure I’m sold on this mummy-wrapped, sash-sporting hipster just yet....

Cry No More: Crying is not Enough Trailer, Screens

Cry No More: Crying is not Enough Trailer, Screens

Nov 20, 2013

       Crying is not Enough is a supernatural action-adventure game by indie development studio Storyline Team. This episodic third-person adventure will be the first “season” in the team’s project Chromopolis, a series spanning 100 years in which each game is at a different point along the interconnected timeline. The game will...

6 Kickstarter Games Worth the Kick (And a Few Already Pummeled to Success)

6 Kickstarter Games Worth the Kick (And a Few Already Pummeled to Success)

Jun 8, 2013

Not too very long ago, a well-loved indie game company called Double Fine decided to use Kickstarter as a funding platform for their next game. You know the one. The one that made over six times its original goal, grossing a grand total of $3.3 million dollars. Yeah, that one. Kickstarter changed everything. Crowdfunding for games had never been attempted on...