Alien Isolation achievements leaked, prepare for spoilers

Alien Isolation‘s achievements have been leaked ahead of its release date. The report came from Xbox Achievements. The site has shared the names and descriptions associated with each one. The list doesn’t let anything slip surrounding the story, but there are some key descriptions that may spoil gameplay and potential choices. Stop reading now if more »

Alien Isolation egg replica wins SDCC 2014 for SEGA

I’ve been mourning all weekend that I was unable to attend San Diego Comic Con with all the cool people. But like an idiot, I have been following everything that I’m missing. Thanks to the marvel of social media, I can get glimpses of what’s there while it’s happening. One thing that has made me more »

Whispering Willows Review: Don’t be afraid of this haunted mansion

Title: Whispering Willow Price: $14.99 System(s): PC (Also on Ouya) Release Date: July 9, 2014 Publisher (Developer): Night Light Interactive (Night Light Interactive) ESRB Rating: N/A, but I think it’d be appropriate for players ages 13 and up. We now live in a gaming world where successful Kickstarter games that actually survive the development process more »

Black The Fall Preview: Shadowy men on a shadowy planet

Black The Fall is a forthcoming black and white game where players wander a ruined landscape populated by sadistic machinery and zombies. In spite of being a 2D side scroller Black The Fall isn’t a platformer, but a kind of survival horror game with some light puzzle elements. The game doesn’t provide you with speed more »


Alien: Isolation: SEGA has learned nothing from Colonial Marines

Wednesday brought Alien fans some pretty cool news. October’s Alien: Isolation is gonna have two movie-themed DLC scenarios. They’ll bring back the cast of the 1979 movie in some form (dead, soon-to-be-dead, Ripley) or another. These missions will actually be recreations of big scenes from the movie, and the entire cast (most notably, of course, Sigourney Weaver) more »

Pre-order Alien Isolation to play as Ripley, Dallas, or Parker

Sega must really want our forgiveness after Aliens: Colonial Marines, because things keep happening to make Alien Isolation sound better and better. This time, it’s a free upgrade to the Alien Isolation Nostromo Edition if somebody places a pre-order. Why would you want the Nostromo Edition? Because it brings back the crew from Alien. No, more »

Flash Frozen: The Iceman Killeth

We humans enjoy a rich surfeit of ways to die. Our continuing survival is the product of a delicate balance of interconnected factors, any of which can easily fall out of whack and destroy us: too bright or too dark, too wet or too dry, too hot or too cold. Right now those of us more »

Biggest game delays of 2014, look forward to 2015

Watch Dogs and Daylight pushed their launch dates back, and released with very different results. Holiday 2014 was gearing up to be quite a roster of AAA games, but recent news is making some consider how many titles will be left to put on their Christmas wishlists due to game delays. Makes you wonder if more »

E3 2014: XSEED Game Lineup has 3 Surprise Announcements

Well… um… well! The E3 2014 game announcements are pouring in and we now have the XSEED game lineup. It’s… mostly surprising, to be honest. I know that all XSEED games are usually a surprise, since the company likes to take a lot of risks, but this year’s lineup really takes the cake. Literally, because more »

Bethesda scares its testers in latest The Evil Within trailer

Horror buffs have been understandably excited about The Evil Within, the latest game from Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami. It has been a while since a game really made me scared to play it with the lights out. Bethesda Softworks has put the game’s scare level on display the most fun way possible: by mentally more »

Night Trap returns

Younger gamers may not remember , but older gamers will probably never forget it. Night Trap was the video game that kicked off a bunch of Congressional hearings and ultimately led to the ESRB. Every time you hear “Rated M For Mature,” you can thank Night Trap. But you can’t play it. Yet.

Daylight Review: Bumbling Through the Maze

Title: Daylight Price: $14.99 System(s): (Also available on PC) Release Date: April 29, 2014 Publisher (Developer): Atlus (Zombie Studios) ESRB Rating: “Mature” for Violence and Strong Language We know and love Atlus for publishing our favorite Japanese games. But, in recent years, Atlus has done more than just localize and release foreign games we’ve watched more »