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Activision releases teaser for Call of Duty: Black Ops III

The numbers are still inside your head if you played games in . This fall, we’ll finally learn what they mean. Activision has revealed the first tantalizing teaser for Black Ops III, and promises a larger glimpse coming April 26. It wasn’t a huge secret, as this is Treyarch’s year to develop the game and Black Ops is their more »

See firsthand how adorable Littlewitch Romanesque is!

I have a confession. I know Girlish Grimoire Littlewitch Romanesque is an adult game. I’m not into those kinds of titles. But, it’s also apparently a gorgeous and wonderful game in general. Which meant I was desperate to play it. Fortunately, that’s now possible, as the censored version is available on Steam. Which brings us more »

Pretentious Game has a Thomas Was Alone vibe

I loved Thomas Was Alone. It’s one of my favorite indie games and the characterizations are absolutely amazing. So when I dipped into my unplayed game library for this Friday’s video, I was delighted to find Pretentious Game has a similar presentation. Note: It’s nowhere near as good as Thomas Was Alone, but is charmingly more »

Here are all the April Fools’ Nintendo Direct’s most important points

It has begun! The April Fools’ 2015 Nintendo Direct is here and the announcements are no joke. We’ve learned things about 3DS and Wii U games we knew we were going to get, as well as newly announced titles to get excited about in the weeks and months to come. Though, given the timing of more »

Show and Tell: A Good Snowman is Hard to Build (PC)

Show and Tell: A Good Snowman is Hard to Build (PC) Listen, we’re going to have some fun today. You know you like to have fun. Today, we’re going to play A Good Snowman is Hard to Build. Rather, I’m going to play it, and you’re going to watch me struggle to do two things more »

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Used Amiibos, Skylanders, and Disney Infinity figures on sale at GameStop

I’m going to level with you. The used Amiibos, Skylanders, and Disney Infinity figures aren’t the only thing on sale at GameStop until April 5, 2015. The general Spring Savings Days event is actually on right now. Lots of great things are on sale at the moment. It’s just that this weekend is extra special, more »

Twitch suffers security breach

Another day, another hack of a popular site. Twitch’s official blog is warning users that their accounts may have been compromised. When users log in again, they’ll need to change their password. Twitch has also disconnected accounts from Twitter and YouTube. You’ll also want to change any passwords you’re using that are similar to your more »

Let’s narrate the Three Fourths Home Extended Edition

Earlier today, I reviewed Three Fourths Home Extended Edition. It’s an expanded version of a very experimental and moving visual novel from [bracket]games and Digerati Digital. The thing is, a big part of the game is trying to determine what part you focus on. Do you worriedly watch the road, hoping to see if anything more »

Plug & Play is weird

Guess what? It’s Friday! And you know what we do here on Fridays. That’s right – I pick a game from my Steam backlog that I’ve never played before, start it up, and we see what it’s like together. Today’s game is Plug & Play from Mario von Rickenbach, Michael Frei, and Etter Studio and, more »

Watch how easy it is to win in Card City Nights

You know what day it is. It’s Friday, which means I tap into my Steam backlog to play a game for the first time while you watch. This Card City Nights play session will be part of a long and hallowed, 3 or 4 week tradition. Yup, it’s a sacred sort of trust. Card City more »

Show and Tell: A look at Claire (PC)

It’s time once again for us all to gather together and enjoy a game. In this week’s Show and Tell, April and I decided to play a little horror game by the name of Claire. Fun fact, this is actually our second take on this game. Technical difficulties meant an episode I recorded with Graham more »

The Mysterious Shadows of Skullshadow Island: A Brothers Coleman Mystery

Good parody or satire transcends the thing that’s being parodied or satirized. You don’t have to have seen westerns to like Blazing Saddles, disaster movies to like Airplane!, or blacksploitation movies to like I’m Gonna Git You Sucka. The same is true for the satirical newspaper The Onion, which has offered what columnist Dan Savage more »