Review | Kirby and the Rainbow Curse

by Adam Larckon March 31, 2015
I never did check out Kirby: Canvas Curse, the 3DS 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 […]

90’s Muscle Action Movie Games

by hard4gameson March 17, 2015
All the MUSCLE, All the EXTREME, All the 1990’s! We review and play: Cliffhanger – Sega Genesis / Mega Drive & Sega CD / Mega CD Last Action Hero – Sega Genesis / Mega Drive True Lies – Sega Genesis / Mega Drive Judge Dredd – Sega Genesis / Mega Drive Like this: Like Loading...


Review | Corsair Gaming K65 RGB keyboard

by Charlie Grammeron March 16, 2015
Corsair gaming has released a line of RGB gaming keyboards, pushing the “16.8 million colors per key backlighting” for each one. Today we’ll be looking at the new K65 RGB keyboard, which ditches the ten-key in favor of making it more compact. Color customization On the note of the color customization, the point does sound quite […]
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Gaming With Killatia Dragon Ball Xenoverse

by killatiaon March 13, 2015
Today on Gaming With Killatia we takes a look at the latest Dragonball game know as Dragon Ball Xenoverse, and I do hjave to say that this could be the best Dragonball to game to come out in recent years! Youtube Channel: Facebook: Twitter: Patreon: Website: Twitch page: Like this: […]

Resident Evil Revelations 2 Episode 3 Judgment Review

by Dragos Dobreon March 12, 2015
Judgment is tailored completely different from its predecessors, putting more emphasis on cleverly designed puzzles than on the number of enemies and scarce resources. It’s now clear that every episode from Resident Evil: Revelations 2 brings something new to the table, enhancing the traditional formula. The difficulty is gradually increased, and requires players to constantly […]


Review | The Awakened Fate Ultimatum: What will you choose?

by Charlie Grammeron March 11, 2015
We’ve recently had a chance to check out a new dungeon-crawling game from Nippon Ichi Software, known as The Awakened Fate Ultimatum. What decisions will you be forced to make? Or should you skip all decisions in-game by passing on the game itself? Story In The Awakened Fate Ultimatum, you are thrust into the shoes […]

Review | Dying Light

by Jeffrey Harrison March 5, 2015
Techland moves into the post Dead Island phase of the developer’s gameography with the next-gen, first-person, zombie survival game Dying Light. Since the release of the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles, I have been extremely disappointed with many of the offerings for the games designed for next-gen consoles. Many of the major games were […]

Resident Evil Revelations 2: Episode 2 Review

by Dragos Dobreon March 3, 2015
Episode 2 of the episodic survival horror game Resident Evil: Revelations 2 is much more than a simple continuation, amping up the difficulty and, at the same time, the gameplay variations. It doesn’t change the formula of the game, but innovates by introducing new boss fights, the necessity of cooperation, and a more fast paced […]