Cladun Returns – This is Sengoku! Review: No, This is Patrick!

May 30th, 2017 -

In case you weren’t aware, a new Cladun game is launching next Tuesday. We did you the favor of playing through, and thought we’d give you a taste of what the game looks like. Enjoy our video review of Cladun Returns: This is Sengoku! If you want the score, feel free to just click on through. Read More »

Injustice 2 Review: Injustice for Harambe

May 26th, 2017 -

DC and Marvel comics’ competition is probably one of the biggest rivalries in recent history. From the comics themselves to the summer blockbuster movies, they have competed for fans’ attention and funds for more than 50 years. While both companies have had their ups and downs, Marvel has recently stolen the spotlight due to the success of their box office hits, while DC has been trailing behind. Injustice 2 has come along to prove that DC can at least make a great gaming experience from their properties, not just once, but twice. Read More »

Deliriant Review: Purple Haze

May 22nd, 2017 -

It’s not very often you look through the new week’s launch titles and see a game from a class of students. It’s even weirder to see that game self-published. However, that is the case with Manic Interactive’s debut title on PlayStation this week. Wearing its inspiration of Gone Home on its sleeve, can it live up to similar student built feats such as The Unfinished Swan? Read More »

Old Man’s Journey Review: Up and Away

May 18th, 2017 -

When you think of a journey in a video game, chances are you go down the path of traversing the entire planet, fighting monsters, saving lives, and eventually saving the world When you think of what an elderly person is capable of, you probably have a different take on what their journey will be. While it may very well be different from a typical game’s journey, it’s no less impressive or emotionally satisfying by the end. Read More »

Nathan Barnatt’s Neutral

May 17th, 2017 -

Chances are that if you’ve been on the internet, you’ve seen a video or two from the physical comedian Nathan Barnatt. A man who lives very much by the Buster Keaton philosophy of “A comedian does funny things. A good comedian does things funny.” Whether it’s been the video game scene with Keith Apicary (whom we saw at E3 2011), Trale Lewous, dance videos, or any of his other personas on the internet and tv, the man is talented. And he’s asking for some help on a dream project. Read More »