Late to the Game: A Juan Story – ‘Guacamelee! Gold Edition’ Review

Late to the Game: A Juan Story – ‘Guacamelee! Gold Edition’ Review

Mar 30, 2014

I have been following the Humble Bundle bundles for well over a year now, and Humble Bundle 11 was no exception! There were many great games that were a part of it, such as Dust: An Elysian Tail and Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams. But one game caught my eye more than the others, and that game is… GUACAMELEE!!! (Gold Edition) I’ve heard about the game...

Late To the Game: Dark

Late To the Game: Dark

Feb 11, 2014

    With little to no fanfare, Kalypso’s vampire stealth game Dark hit the shelves in summer of 2013. There was minimum marketing for the game, little budget, and it was obviously trying to pull a little of that sweet, sweet Deus Ex: Human Revolution vibe to itself. How’d it do? Well… The Setup Dark is a game about a newly created...

Enslaved: Odyssey to the West – XBox, PS3, PC

Enslaved: Odyssey to the West – XBox, PS3, PC

Mar 22, 2013

Platform: XBox 360, PS3, PC Publisher: Namco Games Developer: Ninja Theory I love watching the world burn. It’s okay admitting this, so long as you properly frame it. By my opening statement, I mean to say that the destruction of the world as we know it is fertile storytelling ground. Some of my favorite films and movies come out of the ashes of our...

Late To the Game: inFamous

Late To the Game: inFamous

Mar 12, 2013

Developer: Sucker Punch Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment Platform: Playstation 3 In 2009, Sucker Punch decided that while Sly Cooper was a good little money maker, they’d like to expand a little, move into another realm so to speak. They wanted a hero that could still tight rope walk, still collect widgets and still hide behind things. But, this...

Late to the Game- Shogun: Rise of the Renegade

Late to the Game- Shogun: Rise of the Renegade

Feb 8, 2013

  Sometimes you just need to hop in a spaceship and blast stuff to bits. The shmup (or shoot ‘em up, if you’re feeling nasty) genre of games has been a staple of video games since the early days of the arcades with games such as Namco’s Galaxian and Capcom’s 1943, to more recent titles like Cave’s manic Bullet Hell shooters...