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Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony Ultimate Roll Call #2 trailer revealed

by Charlie Grammeron August 11, 2017
Nippon Ichi Software was thrilled to unleash the second Ultimate Roll Call trailer for the upcoming title, Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony. This new trailer unveils none other than Korekiyo Shinguji, the Ultimate Anthropologist, as well as Tenko Chabashira, the Ultimate Aikido Master, the Ultimate Maid known as Kirumi Tojo, the Ultimate Child Caregiver, known as […]

Full Steam Ahead

by Maggie Wilandon May 30, 2017
Last Christmas, I finally, after over a decade of being unwillingly stuck with Apple devices, made the switch back over to Windows. After my Apple ID, that I’d had since I was maybe a teenager, had been hacked by someone in Russia, I run into a myriad of problems. Not only did it make it […]

More than 100 Titles Have Been Discounted to Celebrate PlayStation 20th Anniversary

by Tatiana Dinuon September 9, 2015
As tomorrow PlayStation will celebrate its 20th anniversary, Sony has prepared for you an anniversary sale on PS Store. Thanks to this, more than 100 games have been discounted up to 70% including titles from PS Classics, to PlayStation 4. Those who are PS Plus members will benefit from discounts up to 80%, which is more […]

O Brother, Where Art Thou Gaming?

by Maggie Wilandon August 14, 2015
One summer, back in the early 2000s, my step brother and I stayed in my room all summer and played The Neverhood and Warcraft 2 all day every day. When my mother remarried, and he became my stepbrother, it was quite apparent to me that he was the only one in the family that I […]

Review | Game of Thrones: Episode 5 – A Nest of Vipers

by Tyler Colpon July 24, 2015
The big, final decision in A Nest of Vipers, the penultimate episode in Telltale’s Game of Thrones series, demonstrates the strength of the developer’s player-choice-based storyline. It’s the peak of two characters that have been forced to consider what it means to be a leader since their introductions. That inevitability makes it much more tragic […]

Dark Souls 3 fans should be looking forward to at least one of these

by Tyler Colpon July 9, 2015
The number of days between us and Dark Souls 3 are dropping. All we have to do is get through the holiday season and it’ll feel like it’s right around the corner, as long as it doesn’t get delayed, that is. Dark Souls fans have a lot of expectations for the third entry in the […]

The one game we’re probably never going to see at E3 again

by Tyler Colpon June 10, 2015
Next month marks the eighth anniversary of Sony announcing that Rockstar Games was working on a PlayStation exclusive game, which we later learned was Agent, in 2007. It was officially announced at E3 2009 and since then we’ve heard almost nothing. With rumors of The Last Guardian, a game that was in a similar situation, actually […]

The one developer that nailed video game storytelling this week

by Tyler Colpon May 28, 2015
The last Game of Thrones episode from Telltale, Sons of Winter, is very good. Like, very, very good. It used each of its four main characters to construct tough decisions, made even harder with the developer’s signature time-sensitive choices. If I had to point to one, specific thing that was great, it was the build up to […]

Review | Life Is Strange: Episode 3 – Chaos Theory

by Tyler Colpon May 20, 2015
Like any good television or video game series, it sometimes takes a focused episode to highlight the best parts and drive them toward a larger, final point. Chaos Theory is the most self-contained episode of Life Is Strange yet, but it works off the strengths of what came before and uses that to set off […]

Review | Broken Age

by Tyler Colpon May 4, 2015
There are points where Broken Age makes you wish at least some parts of the adventure game genre were left to die. In these moments, you remember how arbitrary and preoccupied with minutiae the genre has been. Modern adventure games have already moved on. The Walking Dead doesn’t halt the zombie apocalypse so its main […]

How to skip the first three bosses in Bloodborne

by Tyler Colpon March 28, 2015
It’s been four days since Bloodborne’s official release and there’s already people digging away at it, looking for ways to break it. There’s a way to skip the first three bosses in the game with a few tricky jumps. If you’re wary of spoilers, stop now. This trick will skip Cleric Beast, Father Gascoigne, and Vicar Amelia, […]