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Dealing with Sony’s neglect of YouTube, Maps, and near Vita apps

Sony has announced that they are removing or limiting the functionality of selected PlayStation Vita apps within the next few months. The YouTube app is already no longer available for download as of January 28, 2015 and will no longer be supported following April 20, 2015. An expected March 2015 system update will entirely disable more »

The joys of bonding over The Legend of Zelda in French

I, like I’m sure many people, absolutely adore Legend Of Zelda; Link To The Past. I honestly feel it’s probably the definitive Zelda game, in that if you wanted to show a person “this is what Zelda is“, it’s the best game for it. I played so much of it, in fact, that I could more »

Woolfe: The Red Hood Diaries Early Access lets you see red

I’ve mentioned the indie platformer game Woolfe many times before here on the Technology Tell Gaming Channel. For those of you that have been following that information, and possibly been just as excited as I have, here’s some great news. GRIN has released Woolfe on Steam as an early access title. If you just can’t more »

I thought I could math, ATM Simulation showed I can’t

As an illustrious member of the video gaming illuminati, I get to wake up to an inbox filled with press releases for new titles. Exciting new IPs, rehash revisitations, declarations of screenshots and trailers, and of course the occasional, mobile game announcements appear on my screen. I tend to push most of these to the more »

3 reasons Persona Q is fun for everyone

I know I’m not alone when I say this: I love JRPGs (in theory, some of them are terrible of course), but I just don’t have time for them anymore. Not long ago I reviewed Kingdom Hearts 2.5 for the site, and cramming 50 hours or more of game time into such a tiny space more »

Videoball Preview: Do not play Videoball against Tim Rogers

Look, I get it. Videoball, the minimalist title from Action Button Entertainment, is a promising game, and you want to give it a try. And Tim Rogers, the main mind behind the game, is right there. But don’t give in to the temptation. Sure, you may have seen the game here and there over the more »

Seasons of the Wolf Review: Gorgeous, Extensive, and Dull

Tales of Aravorn: Seasons of the Wolf Price: $24.99 System(s): PC Release Date: November 15, 2014 Publisher (Developer): Winter Wolves (Winter Wolves) ESRB Rating: “Mature” for violence and suggestive themes I’m a huge fan of visual novel games. I think it stems from the fact that I’ve always been an avid reader, and visual novels are just that, visual novels! more »

Kickstart This Is the Police to be a crooked cop

We’ve seen plenty of games funded through Kickstarter in 2014, and it’s looking like 2015 might not be any different. One that has caught our eye already is This Is the Police by Weappy Studios. The game is an intriguing combination of different genres: adventure, visual novel, strategy, and tycoon. With so many things going more »

The Zen of Cat Goes Fishing

I wanted something simple to play before I’d fall asleep. A soothing sort of game, one where objectives were there, but didn’t really matter. They were trappings to ease one into the mechanics, but never forced the player down one route another. Something with no complications, that only required me to enjoy the ride. I more »

It’s hard to top Resident Evil 3

Recently, I got Resident Evil HD Remake, and I have been playing the ever loving crap out of it. This is because it’s a legitimately good game, and it deserves to be played. However, it takes me back to all the other Resident Evil games I’ve played, which is a majority of them. And I more »

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Duke Nukem 3D: Megaton Edition Made Me Regret Owning a Vita

I’ll admit it; I’m one of the irrational people who refuses to give up on the PlayStation Vita. It might have something to do with my love of tiny things. When I was a kid, I preferred Micro Machines to Matchbox Cars. And I spent an ungodly amount of money on an early Palmtop computer, more »

Swords & Soldiers II Preview: Meat again on the battlefield

The original Swords & Soldiers was a success for developer Ronimo, spreading from WiiWare to PC, mobile and other console platforms and gaining many fans of its side-scrolling RTS gameplay. With its sequel, Swords & Soldiers II, Ronimo is returning to its Nintendo home, focusing on a screen-versus-screen multiplayer experience that lets players see full-screen more »