Supercharged Robot Vulkaiser Review: Go Go! Vulkaiser!

Supercharged Robot Vulkaiser Price: $4.99 System(s): PC Release Date: June 4, 2015 Publisher (Developer): Nyu Media (ASTRO PORT) ESRB Rating: Not Rated (Likely E for Everyone for mild cartoon violence) I’m about to give you a full review of this game in one sentence. Supercharged Robot Vulkaiser is exactly what you think when you hear more »

Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara is everything I remember from childhood

For a variety of reasons, I spent a lot of time in hotels when I was growing up. They were always the nicer hotels, the ones with pools and “entertainment rooms” that would have a few arcade games and maybe a pool table. By and large, I never had the disposable income to drop a more »

Why aren’t more people talking about being able to buy Suikoden III?

In a recent edition of The Drop over on the Playstation Blog, they announced a few really amazing things. For some reason, they’re pretending that Batman: Arkham Knight is the most important thing that’s coming to the PS4. I don’t know why they’re doing that, because let’s be honest here. Batman is a grown man more »


Tale of Tales is shutting down, and I don’t know what gamers want

One of the questions that has been bouncing around since I was a young child was whether or not video games count as art. During the times of Jack Thompson, it was argued that video games couldn’t be banned, because the first amendment protected free speech. People would then go on to say that video more »

E3 2015: Fallout 4 Gives Me Hope For Elder Scrolls VI

I’m not a huge fan of the Fallout series. I own both Fallout 3 and New Vegas, but I couldn’t get into New Vegas and I only play 3 sporadically. They’re good games, and I don’t want to sit here and tell anyone that the games they love are bad (unless they’re actually bad games, more »

E3 2015: Best possible use of the Doom trailer

I’m going to be honest here. I think the entire amount of time in which I have played any Doom game is directly inverse to the number of articles about Skyrim that I’ve written. I haven’t played much of the game, is what I’m getting at. So I have no clue what makes a Doom more »

E3 2015: Sony is finally releasing The Last Guardian

There comes a time in life at which we must put aside our childish hopes and dreams, and accept that the world will never be the perfect Utopia we wish it to be. No one likes to accept this, but we understand that being an adult means accepting the world the way it is, not more »

It took me less than 3 hours to start modding Fallout 3

Because Steam had the entire Fallout series on sale recently, I went ahead and purchased Fallout 3. I already own New Vegas, but I honestly couldn’t get into it. I’d been hearing Fallout 3 was better, though, and since it was only thirteen dollars for the base game and all the DLC at the time, more »


Super 3-D Noah’s Ark Most Confusing Steam Release To Date

Back in 1995, as the story goes, Id Software was annoyed with Nintendo’s censorship of Wolfenstine 3d and sold the source code to a company called Wisdom Tree. Wisdom Tree proceeded to turn the game into Super 3-D Noah’s Ark, where you used a sling shot and sleep pellets to make goats and sheep fall asleep. more »

Toren Review: Playing a tribal myth

Toren Price: $9.99 System(s): PC (Also on PS4) Release Date: May 11, 2015 Publisher (Developer): Versus Evil (Swordtales) ESRB Rating: Teen for Violence and Blood There are many games I’ve reviewed that have been rather easy to cover. They fit well enough into established genres that I can compare and contrast to a variety of more »

Roy and Ryu coming to Super Smash Bros.

You weren’t hoping for any surprises at E3 2015, were you? Of course not. This is the age of the internet. This is the age of instant gratification, of never having to wait for anything. So naturally, it only makes sense that we’d know about the new characters coming to Super Smash Bros. Specifically, Roy more »

E3 Prediction: Winner of Nintendo World Championships to be Sacrificed to Elder God N’n’t’do

With the advent of the new Nintendo World Championship 2015, people have been asking one simple question: why has it taken so long for Nintendo to host another one of these things? All signs point to the original world championship contest having been quite popular. Even if it didn’t want to make it an annual more »