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Enjoying Halloween with The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask

Halloween approaches, and what better way to set the mood by enjoying the atmosphere of a spooky game? There are plenty to choose from, with entire genres and series based on battling monsters, enduring jump scares, and matching wits with fear itself personified. My doesn’t fall into those categories, however. My selection for this year’s more »

Happy Halloween! Have some creepy Skyrim glitches

‘Tis the season for chills, thrills, and scares. If you’re like me, and of course you are, Halloween is more fun than Christmas and Thanksgiving combined. It’s a night where you get to see all the amazing costumes people can put together, and give out candy, which is basically the greatest thing. It’s also a more »

Fatal Frame 2 gave me a workout

I’m not generally big on horror games. I liked the Resident Evil series, but if we’re being honest, that contains more action than genuine horror. Yet, I Fatal Fame 2. I didn’t buy it because it was a horror game, though I certainly knew of its reputation as being a game that could invoke real more »

PC owners can enter the Dragon Age Keep

Time for the perfect way to end your day. The Dragon Age Keep is here. EA has launched the open beta of the means which people will be able to tailor the world of Dragon Age: Inquisition. The catch is, it’s only the open beta of the PC version of Dragon Age Keep. The only more »

I don’t understand Dwemmer technology in Skyrim

In the game of Skyrim, dwarves are another type of elf. They’ve been lost for ages, and no one really knows where they went. This is all well and good, because it allows you to go exploring through their technologically advanced dungeons and find all sorts of interesting things. Naturally, as is the way of more »

Even Mike Tyson Can’t Beat Mike Tyson in Punch-Out

When I was growing up, Punch-Out was one of my favorite games. Yes, in a lot of ways it was a celebration of racism, but it was still one of the best boxing games ever made. Even today, I have the game, and I’ll sometimes boot it up when I’m feeling the need to trounce more »

Destiny The Dark Below has something for everybody

People have mixed feelings on expansions, especially when they come out so soon after the release of a game. Many wonder if it was content cut from the official release, some want to know if there’ll be something they actually want in it, while others are only concerned with how long before it arrives. In more »

Madoka Magica Civilization: Beyond Earth mod is OP

Seeing as how Civilization: Beyond Earth is only , I’m guessing you didn’t expect to be playing anything other than the official, Firaxis Games content. Well, open your eyes, because the Steam Workshop already has Beyond Earth mods for you, and I’m here to introduce you to one that is awesome, but also quite overpowered. more »

This week on the PlayStation Store, October 29, 2014

Zombies, costumes, and pixelated horrors dot the PlayStation Store this week, hoping to cash in on the holiday spirit of Halloween. But quite a few non-spookish games also populate the list this week, so don’t fret there something for everyone (as always). Check out the full list of new PlayStation Store below. You’ll definitely find more »

NBA Live 15 is playable, so that’s something

NBA Live 15 reviews are hitting and suggest the embattled basketball series may be turning a corner. To see just how low expectations have fallen, Polygon’s review mentions in bold letters that “nothing is broken.” Don’t laugh. NBA Live 14 was the first new installment in the series since NBA Live 10 in 2009. EA cleared more »

Samurai Warriors 4′s best feature is multiplayer that makes sense

When you start a game of Samurai Warriors 4, by clicking on “Story Mode,” for example, the game stops you for a moment. It wants to know, before anything else happens, if you have a friend with you. Do you want one player or two? Samurai Warriors 4 kindly asks you this question via large, more »

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Bayonetta 2 and Sunset Overdrive seem insecure

In the last few weeks, we’ve seen a handful of truly excellent games. Either they’re well-done riffs on a comfortable theme, like the combat of , or they’re something genuinely new, like the just-released . Both of these games have another theme in common. It feels like they’re afraid you’re not going to like them. more »