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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 »

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 »

I want a Gundham Tanaka game

What’s the Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair rule? No spoilers? Okay, I got this. I don’t need to get into spoiler territory to firmly assert my newfound allegiance to Gundham Tanaka, the best character ever to be introduced in the Danganronpa series. Everybody else? Go home. Know who deserves to leave the island unscathed? Gundham. Why more »

Why do I do this to myself: Animal Boyfriend edition

In case you were wondering if Android Amusements has turned into a (semi)weekly feature where I play horrible mobile games and wonder why anyone bothered playing them, stop right there. It has. The fact that this week I tried Animal Boyfriend only confirms it. Especially since I was actually excited about Animal Boyfriend. A friend more »

Video Games: The Movie has its moments and its flaws

I was immediately intrigued when I first heard about Video Games: The Movie. It is a documentary that examines the evolution of video games and the culture that surrounds them. It got me thinking about my history with games, and piqued my curiosity on where the industry can go from here. We’re at a place where there is more »

It’s the best/worst time for Plague Inc: Evolved to get Ebola

Plague Inc.: Evolved is currently in Early Access on Steam, and the people at Ndemic Creations have been doing a pretty good job of adding new diseases and such to the game in a timely fashion. They managed to add Simian Flu in there as a Special Plague, just in time for Dawn of the more »

The GameStop credit card is 26.99% insane

GameStop has apparently decided to introduce an official GameStop credit card. Good for them, right? It’s only natural to move onto credit cards once you’ve introduced, and continued, a successful rewards program. Honestly, I’m pretty surprised it’s taken them this long. Even relatively unknown retail chains have their own credit cards. Whereas, GameStop has been more »

Time for Avengers: Age of Ultron game adaptation speculation

One of the biggest announcements out of SDCC 2014 was Avengers: Age of Ultron. We knew a sequel to The Avengers was in development, but didn’t have an exact title or release date. But now we know Avengers: Age of Ultron will be out for the Summer 2015 movie season, feature all of the returning more »

We need all the WonFes 2014 Nendoroids

Anyone who loves collecting figures of their favorite video game and anime was on high alert this weekend, as Wonder Festival 2014 summer was held on July 27, 2014, in Chiba, Japan. It’s a major event, as people are buying new figures and garage kits, as well as seeing what various companies have planned for more »

Hyrule Warriors is almost ready, if you’re Japanese

Hyrule Warriors looks awesome. There really is no truer statement in my life right now. The use of iconic, nay, legendary, characters in an epic Dynasty Warriors style game is pure genius. We recently got a look at more of the characters from the game, and the news just keeps on coming. Nintendo released a more »

Unrest proves again that players’ decisions don’t matter

Am I still upset about Pyrodactyl Games’ Unrest? Well, now that I know there are no plans to provide an ending and a sequel wouldn’t import save files, the answer is absolutely, “Yes!” But, after more reflection, I’ve come to understand why and it’s for a reason which all gamers can identify. More and more, more »

A Fable With No Moral: Thoughts on The Wolf Among Us: Season 1

It seems fantastic now, but there was a time when diamonds and crude oil were so abundant they would seep out of the earth on their own. Of course, those days are long gone. Now humanity’s hunger for carbon is so insatiable it routinely blows up mountains and drills through the bottom of the ocean more »