Resident Evil HD Remaster Review: More Or Less Meets Expectations

Resident Evil HD Remaster Price: $19.99 System(s): PC (Also available on PS3, PS4, Xbox 360) Release Date: January 19, 2015 Publisher (Developer): Capcom ESRB Rating: Mature for Violence, Blood, and Language When I was a young Princess, around the tender age of twelve, the original Resident Evil came out on the . I played the more »

Confession: I used an iPhone 5 to cheat in Guacamelee

Trophies aren’t typically my thing. Most of my formative years were spent obsessing about multiplayer titles like Counter-Strike and TFC. And since trophy systems usually revolve around the single-player campaign, I never developed a taste. Plus, making my friends angry was always more important. In my old age, though, I’m rediscovering single-player campaigns. Most people more »

Code Name STEAM Preview: Running Out of Steam

Nintendo released a demo for Code Name STEAM, and I jumped right on it as soon as I could. To me, there is no word more magical than “free.” I’ll play almost anything for free. Anyway, I spent some time with the demo, and now I’d like to share my thoughts with you all, because more »

Testing out Starbound Upbeat Giraffe

The Starbound Upbeat Giraffe update is here, as I mentioned yesterday. It’s a huge development, since it entirely changes aspects about the game. There’s a different start, new progression, additional gameplay elements, and feels completely different. Which is, of course, why I decided to do a brief Let’s Play video showing what it’s now like. 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 »

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 »

Starbound receives first stable update since March 2014

Wow. It’s been almost a year, but Chucklefish has finally come through and delivered a stable update for Starbound, it’s interstellar exploration and adventure game. It’s a shock and awe kind of moment, am I right? Not that there haven’t been minor, unstable updates in the year since. But, the crux is that those updates 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 »

It’s a sing-off with free Dragon Age Inquisition Tavern Songs

Cool things happen sometimes in video game land, including this surprise announcement from BioWare concerning a small, yet popular part of Dragon Age Inquisition. Not only is BioWare just plain giving away a cool thing for free, but also holding a contest for even more stuff. Stuff is great, stuff is cool and BioWare wants more »

Dragon’s Dogma Online is coming to Japan this year

Capcom is adapting the Dragon’s Dogma IP into a free-to-play MMO, the company announced in a recent issue of Japanese game magazine Famitsu. Thanks to Gematsu and Siliconera’s translation work, we know a bit more about the game than just its genre.  Dragon’s Dogma Online will be available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PC, but only in Japan. Indeed, 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 »