What Atlus Can Do for You — Citizens of Earth coming late 2014

What Atlus Can Do for You — Citizens of Earth coming late 2014

Apr 9, 2014

Atlus is teaming up with Eden Industries to publish Citizens of Earth, a game which looks to be an interesting take on the traditional RPG.   After being elected Vice President of the World, the player character returns to their hometown for some much-needed rest and relaxation (paid for with taxes, of   course!)   only to have the world go to hell...

Kids at the Mall- The Last of Us: Left Behind Review

Kids at the Mall- The Last of Us: Left Behind Review

Feb 15, 2014

The following review contains spoilers for The Last of Us. It does not, however, contain spoilers for this DLC. The main game was reviewed by our own Burtacamoose last year, and can be read here. I personally agree with, and endorse, the score he gave.   The Last of Us has quickly become something of a legend. Naughty Dog’s zombie apocalypse game was...

The Walking Dead: 400 Days (Review)

The Walking Dead: 400 Days (Review)

Jul 19, 2013

The Walking Dead: 400 Days has some big shoes to fill. Lee and Clementine’s adventure is one of the most emotionally charged stories I’ve ever experienced in all my years of playing video games. Watching the relationships I nurtured (or in some cases, neglected due to the game’s focus on making difficult decisions) over the game’s five...

Neon Soaked Ultraviolence-Hotline Miami Review

Neon Soaked Ultraviolence-Hotline Miami Review

Jul 1, 2013

Developer- Dennaton Games Publisher- Devolver Digital Action Platform- PS3, Vita, PC     You’ve never played anything quite like Hotline Miami. This indie developed neon soaked bloodbath fuses the gaudy excess of 1980s Miami with a surreal and frantic, 8-bit inspired top-down action title creating an experience that sits comfortably somewhere...

Pen and Paper Pugilism- Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara Review

Pen and Paper Pugilism- Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara Review

Jun 19, 2013

Way back in the 90′s, the beat ‘em up genre ruled the arcades. Gamers around the world spent countless hours and untold fortunes in quarters pummeling droves of street hoodlums in classics such as Technos Corps’ timeless classics Double Dragon and The Combatribes. However, while these games were undeniably addictive fixtures in the arcades of...