Warlords Price: $4.99 System(s): Xbox Live Arcade, PlayStation Network Release Date: January 17, 2014 Publisher (Developer): Atari (Griptonite Games) ESRB Rating: “E10 ” for Everyone 10 and up Long, long ago on the Atari 2600 there was a game called Warlords. It took Breakout – style gameplay and added a multiplayer element. It owed a more »
Grab your and turn on your , because the eShop has updated and it’s game time. This week is actually kind of big. You know, for the eShop. There are two new Wii U games and three for the 3DS, though one of the 3DS games is a port of a Wii U adventure. That’s more »
It was the game we all sorely missed last year; Watch Dogs was supposed to arrive in November 2013 and then, suddenly, got delayed to next year. Thankfully, though, Ubisoft has finally narrowed down a date for a game where you hack your friends and mess with the police.
The Ouya has been an exceptionally odd story in gaming. The tiny, little was an enormous hit on Kickstarter, but since then, it’s been struggling to get the proper traction. To the point that it’s decided it’s going to start inserting itself into other consoles.
Grab that vampire, strip him down, toss his clothes onto the ground! That, my friends, shall be our AKIBA’S TRIP: Undead & Undressed cheer. Yes, it’s incredibly weird and will garner more than a few stares, but that doesn’t matter. We’re going for accuracy here! And with AKIBA’S TRIP, you undress for success! I know more »
The next major update for the Xbox One is being distributed right now. This update is primarily focused on improving the multiplayer and party experience that has plagued the console since launch. It also lays the groundwork for Twitch broadcasting, but you won’t be able to do that until the Twitch app is updated next more »
Thief was the year’s , and it was rather controversial in how it changed the classic series, with fans arguing passionately over whether the changes were for the better or for the worse. One thing we know for sure, though; it probably cost a few people at Eidos Montreal their jobs.
One of the big gripes we all have with modern game consoles is that there’s only so much space on them. True, we could stand to buy fewer games digitally, but that’s not the gamer way. We spend money on sales, we rathole unplayed games like they’re gold, and we build up a pile of more »
If you think spending $59.99 on Titanfall means you’re getting a full game, with absolutely everything included, then you obviously don’t know EA very well. Of course the game is getting DLC, both paid and free. Which means there is naturally a Titanfall season pass. Because a game is never 100% complete when you buy more »
I guess The Guided Fate Paradox was good to NIS, because the game is getting a sequel. Yes, we will once again be roguelike gods. The God and Fate Cross Thesis Awakening is happening. (Don’t let that name worry you. The God and Fate is the Japanese title for the The Guided Fate series.) It’s more »
It’s time again for another PlayStation Store update. This week is a big one, with one of the most anticipated additions being the latest episode of The Walking Dead: Season Two. That isn’t all we’re getting, though. There are some other video games debuting on the PlayStation Store this week, as well as the start more »
Clear your schedules, sharpen your Batarangs, and get ready to drive the Batmobile. Rocksteady has made it official. A new Batman: Arkham game is on the way. Prepare for Batman: Arkham Knight.