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Fallout versus Skyrim is the greatest video you’ll see today

I know, I know. I write entirely too many articles about Skyrim. But this article isn’t just about Skyrim! It’s also about Fallout! So obviously, this is something new, interesting, and different, right? Of course it is, don’t contradict me. I’m an Elven Princess, dammit. Look, the important thing is that this Fallout vs Skyrim more »

Examining the Creative Mode and Munari Starbound mods

As you saw the other day, I went ahead and made my first Let’s Play video for Technology Tell’s Gaming Channel, because boredom and a holiday are powerful forces. Since I had more spare time after that, I decided to show the power of being OP with Starbound mods. After all, we’re pretty limited in more »

It’s a slow news day, let’s play Last Inua

As you’ve probably gathered, today is a holiday. Which means there really aren’t any striking revelations to report on. In addition, a number of more in-depth features are in the works. Which means I played a little of Last Inua. I have a lot of unplayed games in my Steam library, thanks to various indie more »

Punk Spider-Man swings into Spider-Man Unlimited

The Marvel Comics epic event “Spider-Verse” will feature every Spider-Man ever created, and quite a few we’ve never seen before. Many of them will also appear in Gameloft’s endless runner Spider-Man Unlimited. Arriving in the game now is Punk Spider-Man. This creator of anarchy is at war with Norman Osborn, who in his universe is more »

Xbox One won the wrong Emmy

Did you know there is an Emmy award dedicated to Television Enhancement Devices? There is! Did you know Microsoft will soon receive said award in light of Xbox One’s multimedia capabilities? They will! It’s hilarious! Now, I don’t want this to sound like the inexorably disapproving step-father who disowns his own son for only curing three strains more »

Contest of Champions made me believe in mobile fighting games

My latest addiction is Marvel’s Contest of Champions, a fighting game on iOS and Android.  Wait, wait, don’t run off because I said mobile fighting game. The basics are simple. Tap the screen for a light attack, swipe for a medium, hold on the opponent for a heavy attack which breaks blocks. Holding backward blocks, more »

Avengers Alliance’s latest Spec Op gets Inhuman

Don’t look now, true believers. Maximus The Mad has approached Nick Fury with some bad news. Thanos is alive and headed to Earth for yet another attempt at conquest. He blames the Inhumans for his last defeat, so Black Bolt and his family have entered the fray. Completing this Spec Op will unlock Crystal and more »

Malfunction: Transformers Universe shutting down

There apparently are limits to the pop culture pull of the Transformers. The Jagex MOBA based on our favorite robots in disguise is going the way of Unicron after less than a year. It will close Jan. 31, 2015 and no new accounts are being accepted. Players who purchased a founders pack, relic bundles or more »

Unlock Blade in horror-themed Avengers Alliance Spec Op

The latest Spec Op for Marvel: Avengers Alliance  features some things that go bump in the night. If you defeat them all, the Daywalker himself will join your fight against evil. Blade is the reward for completing the Spec Op Eternal Nocturne. It seems someone has cast a spell shrouding Earth in eternal darkness. That’s more »

NYCC 2014: LEGO Batman 3 pulls out all the stops

LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham is shaping up to be another awesome game in the series. It was the subject of a New York Comic Con panel which revealed how extensive the character list is. In addition to Batman and Robin, there will be appearances from Detective Chimp, Mad Hatter, Deadshot, Deathstroke , the Music more »

Shadow of Mordor is 2014’s biggest pleasant surprise

We heard loads about Titanfall, Watch Dogs and Destiny leading into 2014. But Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor came from nowhere. I did a preview a a few weeks back, and things looked intriguing. The finished product is getting great reviews right now. After a year in which the biggest games either got delayed to more »

Guardians of the Wallet: Rocket Raccoon leads Disney Infinity 2.0 preorders

Naysayers scoffed after Disney shelled out $4 billion for Marvel Comics.  The company had already licensed the film rights for Spider-Man and the X-Men to other parties, so people wondered what was left in the cupboard. Disney and Marvel turned The Avengers into household names, and this summer did the same with the Guardians of more »