Minecraft gets the Love and Hugs treatment this April Fool’s

Minecraft really is a terribly violent game. In it, you destroy the environment, butcher and imprison the local fauna, open portals to Hell, and squander precious natural resources on profane statues. In a world where so much as uttering the word “different,” and not immediately following it written apologies submitted in triplicate, is enough to drive more »

Housemarque has the best April Fools’ joke

April Fools’ Day has the potential to be hilarious. Unfortunately, it’s usually not because most people are lazy and stupid and equate “lying” with “funny”. This is because human beings are awful and should try to be more like us Elves. But, barring that, it’s nice when companies and people actually put a little bit more »

Show and Tell: A Good Snowman is Hard to Build (PC)

Show and Tell: A Good Snowman is Hard to Build (PC) Listen, we’re going to have some fun today. You know you like to have fun. Today, we’re going to play A Good Snowman is Hard to Build. Rather, I’m going to play it, and you’re going to watch me struggle to do two things more »

Social Justice Warrior Review: Meh

Social Justice Warrior Price: $7.99 System(s): PC Release Date: May 12, 2014 Publisher (Developer): Nonadecimal Creative (Nonadecimal Creative) ESRB Rating: Not Rated When Social Justice Warrior came up for review, I jumped on the chance. I wanted it, because I have an incredibly strong love of arguing for progressive politics and an even stronger love more »

This week on the PlayStation Store, March 24, 2015

  This week’s PlayStation Store update is all about that Bloodborne. There’s also some Borderlands and a pre-order from that God of War III remaster nobody wants, but that’s beside the point. FROM Software is at it again, and everyone loves it. If you don’t care about having a disc, you’re gonna want to boot up the PlayStation more »

Here’s Your March 27, 2015 Indie Game Bundle Update

Welcome to another indie game bundle update. This is a good one, I tell you. The 26 indie game bundles all seem pretty appealing. Plus, Groupees has a really awesome This Week in Chiptune bundle that you should absolutely buy for the DJ Cutman album alone. Put simply, this is a good week for games. more »

Okay? is the next Desert Golfing

Last year, we ended up getting this great time sink for Android and iOS devices called Desert Golfing. It was great, as you’d endlessly hit a golf ball towards a hole on a sandy golf course, relying on proper angles to reach the goal. Now, earlier this month, we’ve gotten what seems to be its more »

Warlocks preview: Character choice actually matters

I’m not a huge fan of beat ‘em up games, but I do like the occasional Turtles In Time. That said, one of the things I’m used to when it comes to beat ‘em ups is that the choice of character doesn’t really matter. Sure, different characters will sometimes have different attacks, but the gameplay more »


Doctor Who: Legacy gets an 8-bit addition

Doctor Who: Legacy, one of many mobile, orb swapping game phenomenons, is heading towards two million downloads. While this is already exciting news, if you can believe it, there’s more. Anyone who is anyone probably already knows, but the reboot of Doctor Who on television is reaching it’s tenth birthday. You heard that right folks, more »

Report: Angry Birds is losing steam, and fast

Angry Birds has long been the game upon a hill for the mobile market. It was a runaway success for Finnish developer Rovio, and is still the best-selling paid mobile app of all time. But that hasn’t saved the franchise from the fate of all one-trick ponies—getting old. Rovio’s latest financial reports show a 73% more »

Let’s narrate the Three Fourths Home Extended Edition

Earlier today, I reviewed Three Fourths Home Extended Edition. It’s an expanded version of a very experimental and moving visual novel from [bracket]games and Digerati Digital. The thing is, a big part of the game is trying to determine what part you focus on. Do you worriedly watch the road, hoping to see if anything more »

Three Fourths Home Extended Edition Review: Distracted driving

Three Fourths Home Extended Edition Price: $6.99 System(s): Windows, Mac Release Date: March 20, 2015 Publisher (Developer): Digerati Digital ([bracket]games) ESRB Rating: N/A. I’d say it players ages 13 and up would appreciate it most. There’s a sense of unease that comes with playing Three Fourths Home. Everyone knows the dangers of using cell phones more »