Okay? is the next Desert Golfing

Last year, we ended up getting this great time sink for Android and iOS devices called Desert Golfing. It was great, as you’d endlessly hit a golf ball towards a hole on a sandy golf course, relying on proper angles to reach the goal. Now, earlier this month, we’ve gotten what seems to be its more »

Cities Skylines reminds me that I suck at sim games

How do I city? I mean, seriously. I’ve read plenty of beginner’s guides relating to Cities Skylines, and I still haven’t figured it out. The glory of Cities Skylines is that it tosses you into the deep end immediately. There are a few tutorials that will pop up when you first encounter a new section more »

The Awakened Fate Ultimatum Review: Become a dungeon master

The Awakened Fate Ultimatum Price: System(s): PS3 Release Date: March 17, 2015 Publisher (Developer): NIS America, Inc. (Nippon Ichi Software, Inc.) ESRB Rating: Teen for fantasy violence, language, mild blood, mild suggestive themes For all those naysayers that think the PS3 is an outdated console, might I provide exhibit “A?” A for Awakened Fate Ultimatum that more »


Doctor Who: Legacy gets an 8-bit addition

Doctor Who: Legacy, one of many mobile, orb swapping game phenomenons, is heading towards two million downloads. While this is already exciting news, if you can believe it, there’s more. Anyone who is anyone probably already knows, but the reboot of Doctor Who on television is reaching it’s tenth birthday. You heard that right folks, more »

Some instant noodles with your The Awakened Fate Ultimatum?

When playing The Awakened Fate Ultimatum you are given the choice to stay in a room with one of the two female leads. Jupiel is an angel, and is the player character’s “exclusively assigned angel”. Essentially she’s a glorified assistant/battle partner. The other lead is Ariael, a devil scientist who is being held captive by more »

The Awakened Fate Ultimatum has a Christian Bale Batman issue

While playing The Awakened Fate Ultimatum, I couldn’t help but think that it was lacking a bit in the voice acting department. The three lead characters had pretty constant, monotonous voices, consequently making story moments feel rather dull. At least the protagonist, Shin Kamikaze, spoke in a relaxed, “normal” manner. The two female leads, Jupiel more »

Angry Birds Stella POP! is fun for a cash-in

We know Rovio is milking Angry Birds for all its worth. Who can blame the company for getting every drop out of its biggest cash cow? Angry Birds Stella was its most recent spin-off of the iconic series, and now it’s resulted in a spin-off of its own. Introducing, Angry Birds Stella POP!, a bubble more »

Ruin your phone with Pancake – The Game

I wanted to wait to write this up until it appeared on both Android and iOS devices. Now that I have, I’m excited to tell you all about a new game that will drive you absolutely crazy. It’s called Pancake – The Game and will make you miserable. It’s great. Think of it as Flappy more »


Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters Review: I Love Mineral Water

Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters Price: System(s): Playstation 3 (Also on PS Vita) Release Date: March 10, 2015 Publisher (Developer): Aksys Games, Inc. (Aksys Games, Inc.) ESRB Rating: Teen for alcohol reference, blood, mild language, partial nudity, use of tobacco, and violence Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters is a rather intimidatingly long video game title, and, unfortunately, the game itself felt just more »

Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters: Perfect for anime fans

Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters is an atypical visual novel game. Normal ones progress through “chapters” of the story, but this game takes that concept a step further. Not only do you play through different chapters, but they are divided from each other much like an anime episodes. At the beginning of every chapter, the game’s more »


Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters makes my character a creep

Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters is a game that can leave you feeling incredibly confused at times. One such example is a pair of choice wheels that come up during various moments of conversation. The first wheel gives you a choice of emotions, the second, one of the five senses. This led to some extremely awkward more »

Woolfe Interview with GriN: Red’s come a long way

Woolfe: The Red Hood Diaries, the indie game focused around Little Red Riding Hood, is still in Early Access on Steam. This is in preparation for the game’s full launch on March 17, 2015, and the Woolfe Pack at GriN has been working hard to polish it before then. Luckily, I was able to catch more »