Killing Floor 2 comes to Steam Early Access

Killing Floor 2, the unabashedly gory sequel to Tripwire Interactive’s original horde shooter, is now playable via Steam’s Early Access program. The current version of the game represents a “polished beta,” Tripwire said, is fully playable in co-op or single-player, and does not have any game-breaking bugs. Although many Perks and weapons are absent at this more »

The Elder Scrolls Online will cost you 65GB of your console’s hard drive

Installing PS4 and Xbox One titles often feels like offering a “bite” of your sandwich to a tyrannosaurus. Here to take one of the biggest bites yet is The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited which will require a whopping 65GB of hard drive space on PS4 and Xbox One. This will be split between the 50GB more »

Starbound’s ship-based pets aren’t too important yet

Starbound received a rather large update this month that does some things. Good things, on the whole, but also some that are rather, well, there. Adding the Ark as a location from the transportation gate is one. I don’t want to get into it, but basically it allows you to visit a temple, see some more »

The PSP lives: Gaijinworks bringing Summon Night 5, Class of Heroes 3 to the West

Gaijinworks announced today that two PSP role-playing games, Summon Night 5 and Class of Heroes 3, will be localized and released in the West. Both will be released digitally for play on Vitas (or ), but once again the company’s planning on physical UMD releases for collectors if there’s enough demand. Summon Night 5, a 2013 more »

Affordable Space Adventures is a great touch screen reminder

When you start playing Affordable Space Adventures, your ship’s systems are largely down and you gradually put them back to use. You also do that with your Wii U’s GamePad. You’ll dust off the screen — when was the last time you touched that? — and start to get reacquainted with that interface you’ve owned for more »

Omega Quintet’s always asking you to download movie files (update)

When you download a 13.5GB PS4 game, there are certain expectations. Once Omega Quintet was on my system, I thought that was that. I had the game, it was all installed, and I was ready to go. Except I obviously wasn’t, because I kept seeing this screen. In case for some reason you can’t see more »

Ghostbusters Puzzle Fighter looks like Marvel Puzzle Quest

I know, all these match-3 games look alike, right? But I’m being 100% honest with you here when I say Ghostbusters Puzzle Fighter seems pretty darn similar to Marvel Puzzle Quest. I’m pretty confident about that assertion, despite Capcom and Beeline’s puzzle game not being officially released until June 2015. The initial screenshots don’t lie. more »

Lord of Magna gets the XSEED treatment in June 2015

If you’re sad about Rune Factory ostensibly going away forever and Story of Seasons wasn’t enough for you, look forward to June. Lord of Magna, billed as another production overseen by Harvest Moon alum Yoshifumi Hashimoto, finally has a release date. XSEED announced its localization of the project a while back, but now we now the deets. June 2 is the day more »

Adventure Time: Finn and Jake Investigations doesn’t inspire confidence

Let’s be honest with ourselves. There haven’t been many “good” Adventure Time games. The first one from WayForward, Adventure Time: Hey Ice King! Why’d You Steal Our Garbage?!!, had its moments. Card Wars: Adventure Time is pretty fun too. But most of the other offerings were cash-ins with little to no merit. Which is why more »

Tony Hawk himself teases a new Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater game

Remember the late 90s, when they came out with a pro skating game that somehow crossed all genres and player types? Somehow, they made a game that only a small segment of the population should be interested in, and made it so much fun that everyone was interested in it? Don’t lie, you spent hours more »

April 2015 Starbound update adds so many useful features

Starbound updates tend to be something of a mixed blessing. On the one hand, you know Chucklefish is making the game better. On the other, it means having to go through and wait for all of your favorite mods to update so you can go back to playing the way “you” want to. In the more »

Now Marvel’s Avengers: Age Of Ultron is in Zen Pinball 2

Have you been feeling a sad lack of something in your life, but you couldn’t put your finger on what? Have you been yearning, late in the night, for something to fill that cavernous void that sits within your heart? Don’t feel bad, we all have those dark eons where nothing seems to ever be more »