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Killatia At E3 2017 Hyperkin’s Duke Xbox One Windows 10 Controller

by killatiaon June 21, 2017
Remeber last year’s Brute controller? The Xbox one and PC controller made by Hyperkin? Well here is the new successor to that controller call The Duke, a throwback to the first Xbox controller ever made. Here’s the interview to the original Brute controller: https://gotgame.com/2016/06/24/killatia-e3-2016-brute-xbox-one-controller-hyperkin-products-interview/

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 […]

Gaming With Killatia Soul Calibur 2 Universal Arcade Stick Review

by killatiaon August 30, 2016
Today on Gaming With Killatia we check out the Soul Calibur 2 Universal Arcade Stick for the PS2, Gamecube, and Xbox. Dose it cool design translate to good gameplay? Indeed it does. Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/killatia2 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Killatia Twitter: https://twitter.com/killatia Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/killatia Website: http://www.killatia.com/

TurnOn key giveaway *Ended*

by Charlie Grammeron July 12, 2016
We’ve got a special opportunity for those who have been interested in the game TurnOn, but, for whatever reason, haven’t played it yet; The chance to win one of two keys for the game on Xbox. In order to enter, simply post in the comments section below and in two weeks, on July 27, we’ll randomly select […]

Gaming With Killatia Grabbed by the Ghoulies

by killatiaon October 24, 2015
  With over 30 games on the Rare Replay collection there are plenty of games to chose from to check out and review. But with Halloween 2015 coming around the corner there was only one game Killatia had in his mind. And that game is Grabbed by the Ghoulies, the first Rare game to be published […]

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 […]

My Name Is Maggie, And I’m An Addict (Part 1)

by Maggie Wilandon August 1, 2015
I moved a number of months ago. I was only able to bring 2 suitcases with me, and my Wii was the only one I could fit in to travel with. I didn’t even bring my DS which was the real stupid move, ’cause that thing’s handheld. So after piling clothes, my wii, some books, […]

Xbox Games With Gold Leaked For August 2015

by Mihai Cosmin Naeon July 21, 2015
We still have 10 days to go until July ends, but it seems like the Xbox Live Games with Gold line-up for August 2015 has been leaked. A promotional image, featuring the games that will be available for free in August for Xbox Live Gold members, was anonymously shared on 4chan.org. According to the leaked […]

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 […]

Xbox Live Deals with Gold June 2nd – June 8th

by Mihai Cosmin Naeon June 1, 2015
A new list of deals is available this week on Xbox Live for those who owns a Gold membership. If you have a Xbox One you can purchase NBA 2K15, Monopoly Family Fun Pack, Risiko, Shape-Up and Badland: Game of the Year Edition at a discount price. The offer is much better for the Xbox […]

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 […]