The PlayStation TV is about to change gaming

The PlayStation TV is officially on the way, and it’ll be hitting stores October 14, 2014. But more than that, this somewhat strange little microconsole is about to change gaming and how we view it in ways gamers really won’t be expecting.

Portable will be perfect for Project Scissors

Portable platforms are perfect for horror games. They allow for the perfect ambiance, when you think about it, since someone can huddle in a dark room, perhaps under some blankets, and enjoy a game that will make the hairs on the back of your neck stand on end. That fact that the Clock Tower legacy more »

Secret of the Magic Crystal is everything I was promised

Our own Jenni Lada thought it would be hilarious to purchase Secret of the Magic Crystal for me. Why? Because I said I liked anything having to do with unicorns, and it’s a really simplistic game that involves training unicorns. The jokes on her, this game is amazing! Secret of the Magic Crystal is nothing more »

Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines still holds up

I don’t play a lot of modern games, I think I’ve said before. But thanks to my Steam account, I can play a number of interesting and entertaining games on my laptop. Most of these games are older games that people purchased for me, because they felt I should play them. Amongst those games is more »

There should be more games like The Stanley Parable

If you’ve never played The Stanley Parable, then you should stop reading this article and go buy it. No, seriously. To read about the game is to learn about it, and to learn about the game is to destroy what it has to deliver. I can not, in good conscience, tell people who haven’t played more »

My Skyrim daughter will get her pet bunny killed

I’ve mentioned already that I’ve installed a mod that allows you to make any child your follower. I used this mod to bring my daughter along with me on my adventures, because obviously my Skyrim daughter needs to learn the family business. The mod doesn’t disable the normal child interactions, however. Which means that my more »


I don’t want Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes 2.0, but do want Rocket and Groot

This is going to be a big gaming week for people who have kids, know someone with kids, or is a big kid at heart. This is the week Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes 2.0 tries to take down Skylanders again. The last attempt went well enough, since we are getting a sequel, so there’s more »

RocketJump-Ification: Slouch Against The Machine

“It is fateful and ironic how the lie we need in order to live dooms us to a life that is never really ours.” — Ernest Becker Yesterday I broke down and ventured outside my door to buy a new pair of shoes, an experience I wasn’t looking forward to, but was rendered mandatory by more »

Important Importables Review: The Luigi Nendoroid is too photogenic

Good news, Nintendo fanboys and girls! The Luigi Nendoroid is here. You can find him in many places online, like Crunchyroll and , and he’s glorious. I’ve been collecting Nendoroids for almost a year now and I can honestly say that with one $40 purchase, he’s become one of my favorite figures. It isn’t because more »

I’m a big fan of The Sims 4 gallery

When it comes to player created content in The Sims, I used to be one of those players who only went for original items created by players. I didn’t want to visit the official exchanges to get Sims or homes made by other people with pieces included in the base game, because I figured it more »

Nobuo Uematsu’s Pre-Final Fantasy Music was Rad as Heck

We all love Nobuo Uematsu, famed composer at Square Enix,  for his work on the Final Fantasy franchise. But before the longstanding franchise was even launched, Nobuo was working in a music shop and working part time composing for Square where he wrote dozens of pieces for the company. One title he worked on was more »

Don’t Want Smash Bros. Breaking Your 3DS? Buy a “New 3DS”

  Dear Big N, My little, red Nintendo 3DS was a gift and I am sentimentally attached to it. I’m also fiercely competitive by nature and happen to really love Smash Bros. Unfortunately, Smash Bros. seems to hate my Nintendo 3DS, and I’m really not having a good time taking sides. Every single smash attack more »