Trevor | October 12
For every BioShock, there’s an Other M lying in wait.
Chance of Pain
Trevor | September 14
Blood! Blood! Gallons of the stuff.
Trevor | July 7
Trevor | March 3
Move quick. Be efficient. Don’t stop. Keep killing. Collect everything. The Wandering Vagrant is here. Oh, I’m dead.
Alan | July 9
Sometimes an upbeat, memorable soundtrack is all a game really needs to succeed. Here are ten titles that offer fantastic experiences based on their soundtracks alone, regardless of the games themselves.
BloodRayne: Betrayal provides some awe-inspiring artwork and solid side-scrolling action, in spite of some mechanically frustrating platforming.
There’s a lot to see in Nier that can’t be found anywhere else, but there’s also a lot of archaic design decisions that hold it back. Design decisions that aren’t unique to only Nier.
Alan | January 3
Part zoo management simulator, part co-op adventure, and part cart driving game, Zoo Tycoon delivers a rich experience, even if its zoo size limitations feel restrictive.
Staff | January 2
These are our picks for the 10 best games of 2013.
Trevor | December 31
Happy Holidays! I got you a list of 2013’s best games.
Alan | December 26
Looking back on 2013, these 10 games stand out as the ones most worthy of recognition.
Alan | November 27
Super Motherload will push you to the brink of what your attention span will bear before it delivers satisfaction by the boatload.
Trevor | November 11
The Wonderful 101 is hard. Very hard. Here’s a few tips to hopefully elevate the experience from “impossible” to “difficult”.
Trevor | November 2
I feel enlightened, wiser, and more aware of the reasons I play games at all because I finished Spec Ops: The Line.
Trevor | September 7
There’s horror, there’s terror, and then there’s Cart Life.
Alan | July 28
Mafia II tells a compelling story for a video game, but Martin Scorsese’s Goodfellas shows us just how limiting that “for a video game” qualifier is.
Trevor | July 27
Jim Morrison said it best when he said, “my only friend, the end.”