The Vanishing of Ethan Carter PS4 Edition Review

The Vanishing of Ethan Carter PS4 Edition Review

Jul 28, 2015

Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the woods… Folks, I’m just going to come out and say it right here at the top: I love that the first-person narrative adventure is becoming a thing. When I say that thing that I just said, what I’m talking about is any game in first-person view, with a focus on telling a story more than on the...

Tembo the Badass Elephant Review

Tembo the Badass Elephant Review

Jul 21, 2015

The elephant is in the room. I repeat, THE ELEPHANT IS IN THE ROOM. There’s always something amusing about game studio trivia. Knowing that Rare went from Banjo-Kazooie to Xbox Live avatar icons, or that there’s a crossover between the people who worked on Halo 4 and those responsible for the Metroid Prime series, reminds us just how thoroughly odd...

Youtube Garbage Sack: Confusion for a Bruisin’

Youtube Garbage Sack: Confusion for a Bruisin’

Jul 14, 2015

This week: SFM animations more entertaining than transformers 3, Tommy Wiseau flying a spaceship, a bunch of short videos.   Its Monday! You know what that means kids. Garbage for everyone! “I did not bomb her, It’s not true! I did not bomb her! I did naht! It’s bullshit!… Oh hai Falco.” Heres a fun drinking game. Take a shot...

Samurai Warriors Chronicles 3 Review

Samurai Warriors Chronicles 3 Review

Jul 4, 2015

  Identity Crisis ¬† I love the Warriors series. After the recent Hyrule Warriors and Warriors Orochi 3 — both of which were spectacular — I was left with hope that Tecmo Koei and Omega Force would start putting more emphasis on the handheld versions of their series. Ordinarily, these¬†entries tend to be limited in scope (as is the case...

Hyperdimension Neptunia Re:Birth3: V Generation Review

Hyperdimension Neptunia Re:Birth3: V Generation Review

Jun 30, 2015

With several games released in less than a year’s time, is Idea Factory’s latest “Sixth Time Lucky”? Oh, hi there. Yeah, I know I’m a I’m a little ways from home and no, Press Pause Radio hasn’t kicked me out. Really, I’m just visiting. Sure, it’s a little different in these parts, but you know what...

Lord of Magna: Maiden Heaven Review

Lord of Magna: Maiden Heaven Review

Jun 13, 2015

Maiden China.   Sometimes a game goes by without doing too much to impress you. While some games will pour themselves into your heart and soul, filling you with emotion and attachment, others just kind of drip on your head, without actually getting you wet enough to have to go dry off. There’s nothing there to move you in any direction, no aspect of...