The third episode is out tomorrow, so what better way to celebrate than to watch the trailer? At this rate, it seems GoT will be finished up before Tales from the Borderlands, the other series Telltale is currently working on (ep. 2 came out last week). Have you been enjoying this format of the series? Do you prefer it to the books or TV show?
You may remember The Great Giana Sisters from back in 1987 when they appeared on the Commodore 64, though you’d be lucky to have a copy as Nintendo claimed infringement from the first level looking very similar to Super Mario Bros. The second game in the series was titled Hard’n’Heavy, with the characters being turned into robots due to continued pressure from Nintendo. Recently the series was picked back up (Twisted Dreams – Rise of the Owlverlord being the most recent entry), and the newest entry in the series looks to focus on elements that SpeedRunners brings to the table: speedy co-op matches with an emphasis on competition. It’s due out Summer of 2015 for PC, PS4, and X1.
If you are a Final Fantasy fan, such as I, you may have snapped up Theatrhythm Final Fantasy back in July of 2012. If you did, you may also have dropped your jaw in a mixture of unending joy and mock outrage when Square-Enix announced that Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call was to be released a mere two years later. “A remake of the same freakin’ game!?” you may have exclaimed to no one in particular, and you would have been half-right. Curtain Call, for all of its deceptive hype, released as a culmination of everything that its predecessor should have been. In fact, if you’re still playing the first Theatrhythm, how radically different playing the exact same game can be. Read More »
Are you looking for a multiplayer-heavy game for your Xbox One? Are there times when you are alone but still want to play a game? Do you like 2D platformers in the vein of Super Meat Boy, or controls that are limited to twin sticks and a trigger? Well, have I got a game for you. Read More »