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Slain: Back from Hell Review

Pretend for a moment that Beavis and Butt-head learned to program and design sprites. The game they would set out to make is Slain: Back from Hell. Dripping with all that is metal and rad, Slain pulsates with eye-catching art...

/ October 3, 2016

Reader’s Choice: Game of the Year 2015

We're at the end of 2015 and we've spent all year talking about which games we love the most. Now we want to know what games are your favorites. Below you will find a poll that includes the finalists in...

/ December 17, 2015

I Shouldn’t Have Bought Fallout 4

I just threw away a package of hot dogs. They had expired and there was no use for them. I bought them knowing that the expiration date was only a few days away, but they were on sale and had...

/ November 25, 2015

Retro Spotlight: Dark Seed

When I was at this years Unite Boston, Unity3d's annual convention, I had the chance to talk to many other developers. One of my favorite conversations was with two other developers who understood my love for point and click adventure...

/ October 28, 2015

I Have a Friend, We Need a Game

About a week ago, my nephew texted me asking "What's a good co-op game to play for Xbox One?" I fretted and couldn't think of an answer on the spot. I had a couple of ideas, but it was tough...

/ September 10, 2015

Street Fighter V is Doing it Right

How do you make back the investment of developing a video game? Sure, the cost of selling said game helps to make back some of that development cost, but if a customer buys that game their money stops there. Is...

/ July 20, 2015

Batman: Arkham Knight Review

In 1992, Bruce Timm and Eric Radomski developed Batman: The Animated Series. 23 years later, it still remains the best representation of the character in his 76 year history. Every form of media has taken its approach to the Dark Knight,...

/ July 20, 2015

The Free Cheese Game Club: Grim Fandango Remastered

Every month, we choose a new game to play together and talk about. Most times, we come up with a list and narrow it down amongst ourselves. Sometimes, we let one person choose the game as a surprise to us...

/ July 5, 2015