I’m still playing Kim Kardashian Hollywood

I’m still playing Kim Kardashian Hollywood. Why? Well, it’s simple, really. My competitive switch got flipped. I first wrote about Kim Kardashian Hollywood a few weeks ago as a joke. It was yet another one of those silly, mobile apps and I figured a post showing off some screenshots of my lovely adventures would be more »


PlayStation Now is a trainwreck

My experience with PlayStation Now’s beta is, I think, representative of what a lot of people think of the service. I logged in, I looked at the prices, and once I was done laughing, I logged out, never to return. Seriously, who does Sony think they’re kidding?

Fall 2014′s last-gen games are more compelling

It’s been leaked that, yes, to go with the continuation of the flagship Assassin’s Creed: Unity, there will be Assassin’s Creed: Rogues, a game for your old PS3 and Xbox 360 featuring a Templar pirate. What’s sad is that even what little we know of that game makes it a lot more exciting than its more »

All Steam Trading Cards collectors and sellers need Idle Master

Steam trading cards are a pretty wonderful thing. I mean, the actual collecting of them doesn’t really matter. I don’t want or need a full set. What is important is that these digital knickknacks are valuable. There are other users willing to pay real money for your Steam trading cards, which means its to your more »

Here’s Your August 1, 2014 Indie Game Bundle Update

Morning all! Sorry for the missed Indie Game Bundle Update last week. I’ve been strapped for time due to the preparation of plenty of content for the site. You know doing some important reviews and previews. In fact, I’m still pretty busy with some other important content, so this week’s Indie Game Bundle is going more »

Danganronpa 2′s virtual pet is making me neglect the story

Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair has a virtual pet. Which may seem really odd, seeing as how this is an adventure game about students trapped on a deserted island, usually killing one another in an attempt to survive a class trial without being identified as the killer, so they can go home and everyone else will more »

Pacific Rim: Jaeger Pilot means I’ll fight by Raleigh Becket’s side

Recently my fellow GamerTell writer, Michael, talked about how he probably won’t be able to play Pacific Rim: Jaeger Pilot. He blamed it on motion sickness, and claimed that his “head and gut” weren’t ready for the game. Well, not all of us suffer from motion sickness Michael. And those who do, can sometimes take more »

Spacecom Preview: In space, no one can hear you crunch numbers

Things are cyclical in this industry. For a long time, developers and publishers lost interest in spacefaring games. Now you can’t fire up the warp drive without coming across another game putting you in the captain’s chair. Spacecom, a title on the way from 11 bit Studios,has gotten the Steam Greenlight and is slipping the more »

Sweet Lily Dreams Review: Not all dreams are sweet

Sweet Lily Dreams Price: $14.99 System: PC Release Date: May 16, 2014 Publisher (Developer): Degica (Rose Portal Games) Sweet Lily Dreams is not a title for a game that would immediately grab me and make me want to play it. It sounds very much like a child’s game – a fluffy piece that would be more »

Madden NFL 15 Countdown: That’s my quarterback, man

Madden NFL is EA Sports’ franchise player, one of the biggest titles annually in the industry.  I’m GamerTell’s resident sports junkie so I’ll be taking a lengthy gaze at everything from new features, to online play, to the culture surrounding the popular sports sim. Get your helmet on kid, it’s time to win the big more »

Danganronpa 2 Preview: These kids aren’t all right

I’ve just finished the second trial in Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair and I have a sinking feeling. Something doesn’t seem right. Of course, that’s only natural for a game in the Danganronpa series. Don’t worry, as this is a spoiler-free preview, but you have to expect some unsettling notions as you play through an adventure more »

Pacific Rim: Jaeger Pilot may inspire a BAMF barf dance

is every little kid’s dream. Hop into giant robots and beat the crap out of giant monsters, Kaiju in this case. Guillermo del Toro’s sci-fi epic movie will spawn a sequel, as announced at San Diego Comic-Con 2014, and of course, more video games. An interesting SDCC 2014 tidbit was a trailer shown for what more »