Act of Aggression’s Cartel

August 15th, 2015 -

The third and final faction in the upcoming Act of Aggression has been revealed, and looks about as cool as you’d expect. Now that we’ve seen all three, who do you plan on playing as when this drops next month?

Q.U.B.E. Director’s Cut Review – Playing with Blocks

August 15th, 2015 -

Since the huge success of a tiny game you may have heard of called Portal, there was a … well, not a surge of similar titles, but there are certainly more first person puzzle platformers than there were previously. Q.U.B.E. originally came out in 2011 on Desura, with the director’s cut debuting in 2014. It recently made the jump from PC to consoles, and that’s the platform (PS4) this review will be regarding. Read More »

The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited- The Good, the Bad, and the Argonian

August 1st, 2015 -

It’s been a little over a month since the latest and greatest tales of Tamriel began on consoles. Zenimax and Bethesda gave themselves a Herculean task, trying to create an MMORPG while trying to maintain the great single player game play the series is known for. After spending an entire vacation questing, fighting through dungeons, and slaying other players, I feel like it’s time to share the adventure. Read More »

The Vanishing of Ethan Carter Review: Exploring the Haunting Beauty

July 26th, 2015 -

This puzzle filled narrative title came out in the latter half of 2014, but just recently made its way to PS4. So what makes this version of the game any different from the PC version? Well, the biggest one is that the PS4 version was rebuilt from scratch in Unreal Engine 4, and includes several improvements. But who cares about that stuff – let’s talk about the game for all of those that have yet to play it! Read More »

Mario 3 by D&B

July 25th, 2015 -

It’s been a while since we last posted about Duane & Brando, but it’s with good news that they show up on our site once more. Their newest entry into their video game parodies is Mario 3, and it stars Duane as Mario, Brando as Luigi and Koopa, and features Brentalfloss as the rather angry Toad. Amber also makes an appearance near the end as Peach. If you’re really into it, you can support the guys by purchasing the album, which includes what is up above, as well as the instrumental version which is arranged, performed and produced by Brando.

Note: D&B can be profane, so if you have children that you are trying to protect or you are offended by such language, watch at your own risk.