Review | MLB 15 The Show

by Ramon Arandaon April 14, 2015
It’s that time of the year again when the grass is freshly cut, the bats are polished and the umpire yells, “let’s play ball!” Yes folks, it’s baseball season and the 2015 MLB season is finally underway, which means that Sony also brings us a brand new entry in their baseball franchise – MLB 15 […]

Spider-Man Games: The 16-Bit Era – pt.1.

by hard4gameson April 9, 2015
Spider-Man Games: The 16-Bit Era – pt.1. Anyone remember these games? Join us on the web! Hard4Games Shirts: Check out our Animator/Illustrator’s Site: Like this: Like Loading...

Review | Gurumin: A Monstrous Adventure

by Charlie Grammeron April 6, 2015
Many gamers would agree that Nihon Falcom games tend to draw you in and not let go. While it’s true that the budget-friendly visuals they typically employ can call to mind low-rent indie fare, the titles also tend to exhibit a level of polish that quite a few AAA studios can’t match. Indeed, hallmarks of […]

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Review | Paperbound

by Charlie Grammeron April 4, 2015
There’s something about couch multiplayer, whether it’s the thrill of pulling off an amazing move, leaving your pal dumbfounded next to you as you gloat and watch his reaction or attempting to do something to distract your opponent on the couch next to you in real life so that you can gain an advantage in-game. […]

Review | Screamride

by Adam Larckon April 4, 2015
When I first started Screamride, I expected more of a simulator game. I thought it would be a new version of RollerCoaster Tycoon creating and managing new parks and being able to experience the coasters in first person. What it truly is, though, is a collection of minigames focused around three concepts: creation, destruction and […]

Skullcandy SLYR GMX-1 Xbox One Gaming Headset Review

by Steve Masterson April 2, 2015
Let me start out by saying that I’m a Skullcandy fan already.  My first experience with the brand was a pair of ear buds I bought from a BestBuy machine at the Dallas airport.  Those ear buds sounded as smooth as chocolate and as crisp and sharp as the tip of an arrow.  A very […]


The 5 Stages of Grief with Super C (Contra 2) – NES

by hard4gameson April 2, 2015
H4G experiences the 5 Stages of Grief as they play the sequel to Contra for the NES – Super C by Konami! Join us on social media: Hard4Games Shirts: Like this: Like Loading...

Review | Kirby and the Rainbow Curse

by Adam Larckon March 31, 2015
I never did check out Kirby: Canvas Curse, the DS title that shared the gameplay of Kirby and the Rainbow Curse. After playing through the Wii U version, I’m not apt to go back and check it out either. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not saying Rainbow Curse is a bad game. It actually has […]

Review | The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D

by David Pooleon March 28, 2015
The Legend of Zelda series is a staple to adventure games, and has been for over two decades. Each new entry finds a new way to improve various aspects, whether it be the gameplay, the characters, or the visual style. Even with advances, fans of the series do pick favorites, and they typically wish to […]


Games That Define ‘8-Bit Hard’

by hard4gameson March 26, 2015
Difficult games from your childhood. Games that defined the phrase: 8-bit hard.  We cover & review Ninja Gaiden, Castlevania, Ghost and Goblins, TMNT, & Mega Man 2. Like this: Like Loading...

Review | Game of Thrones Episode 3: The Sword in the Darkness

by Tyler Colpon March 25, 2015
“Words are wind, Asher. It’s choices that define who you are.” That’s a line plucked from the third episode of Telltale’s latest adventure game, Game of Thrones. The man who said this was nearly burned to death by a dragon when I chose not to rescue him instead of my long-time comrade. In a series […]

Review | Life Is Strange: Episode 2 – Out of Time

by Tyler Colpon March 24, 2015
The ability to go back in time and change what you’ve done is a life-changing super power. One that can fix mistakes, explore different options, remove regret, and save lives. There’s so many possibilities that it would be hard not to abuse it. For a story, especially a video game story, a power like that […]