It’s time for us to do another Random Drops, where we take a look at subscription-based products and tell you if they’re worth your time and money. Our last 2 Random Drops were the geek gear services of Loot Crate and Nerd Block. This time, [...]
Xbox One gets Japanese Release Date Six months after it’s initial release and the Xbox One is expanding it’s territory…soon. One of its new locations is Japan, where Microsoft is planning on unveiling a big Japanese exclusive, possibly at Tokyo Game Show [...]
Cutting off Dragon Parts in Dragon Age: Inquisition I’m sure you’ve heard the news of Dragon Age: Inquisition’s release date by now, and if you haven’t there’s a great write up by Josh Knowles on our homepage you should check out. Now that the lid has [...]
If you are like us, you have been super excited to find out more about Dragon Age Inquisition. Dragon Age was a great game and while its sequel didn’t quite live up to the hype, it was remembered for both its positive and negative aspects. From what [...]
It hasn’t been a long time since SOE finally announced its very own MMO zombie survival game, which goes by the name of H1Z1, and I’m already worried about the future of this title. H1Z1 takes players to a post-apocalyptic world which just so [...]
Habitat, the real-time, physics-driven orbital strategy game will now also be coming to Xbox One as part of the ID@XBOX program. It has just reached its first Kickstarter target but with your help, they are still looking to hit a few more stretch goals.
GG3 looks at more game deals. In the latest Groupees package, there are several Steam games for a starting price of just $1! From that bundle, Master Reboot sets up the creepy vibes to talk about other games.
Greg Micek of Cliqist has a sit-down with Logan Fieth to discuss his latest game, Four Sided Fantasy, that’s currently on Kickstarter in search of funding. The mind bending puzzle platformer has less than two weeks to hit the funding goal.
After several changes in its release date and the closing of the original publisher (THQ), one would expect that South Park: The Stick of Truth never saw the light of day. Fortunately for us, with the purchase of the rights by Ubisoft, we can enjoy the [...]
Adam Jeffcoat of Pixel Trip studios took some time out of his busy Kickstarter schedule to discuss his upcoming WW2 prison camp adventure game, The Breakout. Adam gives us insight into the games’ unique graphical style, his thoughts on Steve [...]
Julie Morley delves back into the world of Mobot Studios’ Knite and the Ghost Lights, a stop motion adventure game that looks like it came from the mind of Tim Burton. As with previous editions of Welcome to Mistland Julie gives a first-hand account [...]
Kinect Sports Rivals wants you to become a champion. It wants you to pit your skills against the world in six great sports. It wants you to do all this only on Xbox One and with the power of Kinect, they should be pretty straight forward tasks to [...]
With rumors of Rock Band getting more content, we take a look at how music games have exposed people to the wonders of music; the glory days of blisters on your fingers from button mashing on a plastic guitar.
It’s some time in the early morning and I’m sitting on the edge of my seat, palms sweating and eyes squinting. I gently squeeze the trigger and…damn, too much throttle! The bike flips straight over, and I’ve just screwed that perfect faultless run I’ve [...]
I personally never played Worlds of Tanks when it was on PC so when I got the chance back in the summer of 2013 to play it on console I was very curious. Never thought a console would be able to play this sort of strategy game and I’m quite happy to [...]
It’s a classic society building game where you make your way from big silly cavemen to big silly space men. After your city is the absolute epitome of success and advanced civilization, you move on to another planet to suck it dry of resources.