Lords of Xulima Review

Lords of Xulima Review

Jan 25, 2015

Party like it’s 1991 DISCLAIMER: I never finished Lords of Xulima. There’s simply too much game here, and I didn’t have enough time. There is supposedly 150+ hours of content, and if the approximately 25 hours I played are any indication, the entire game is worth seeing.     When designing Lords of Xulima, it’s almost certain...

Youtube Garbage Sack 01/16/15: A Fecal Situation

Youtube Garbage Sack 01/16/15: A Fecal Situation

Jan 16, 2015

Welcome to the internet media dog kennel.     Well now, what’s all this? Surely this can’t be right. Santa Jay’s Youtube Garbage Sack just came, and rightfully so! The holiday season has only just passed, so what could be this strange yet alluring article on which you lay your beautiful, sparkling eyes? Well, it just so happens tat I...

Burtacamoose’s Top Five Villains of Gaming

Burtacamoose’s Top Five Villains of Gaming

Jan 9, 2015

  Heroes can’t hack a good story by themselves. Heroes without the opposition are meaningless. Where would our stories come from? Stories where everyone is fine, puppies are well cared for and in abundance, and everything is awesome are boring. Someone’s gotta come in there and make a ruckus. Someone’s gotta steal a princess or kick those...

Adam Foster’s Top Ten Games Of 2014

Adam Foster’s Top Ten Games Of 2014

Dec 30, 2014

  Alright, 2014 was a pretty bad year, generally speaking. That doesn’t mean the games had to be! Let’s do this. 10 – Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Call of Duty is one of those franchises that I play every year and enjoy every year. Advanced Warfare felt like a true breath of fresh air in a series that was beginning to stagnate —...

A Clockwork Classic Redefined- Syberia Review

A Clockwork Classic Redefined- Syberia Review

Dec 12, 2014

12 years later, Syberia is given a tune-up, and once again gets its gears going in this revamp of an adventure classic  Revamped by publisher Nordic Games, the highly popular mouse-driven adventure game Syberia (originally released in 2002 for the PC) returns for both the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Once again, players both old and new are invited to journey...

Earthsea Evolved- Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire Review

Earthsea Evolved- Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire Review

Nov 28, 2014

Hoenn’s back and better than ever in Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire.   Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire are comparatively black sheep among fans of Nintendo’s monster-catching franchise. Whether there are truly any “bad” Pokemon games is really up to whether you enjoy the series as a whole. If you’re a fan, you’ll surely find...