4 Games to play during the Extra Life 24 hour marathon

Extra Life game day will soon be upon us. The epic gaming marathon fundraiser hosts an official game day every year so that participants can play their way through their marathon with friends. In some cases, Extra Lifers hold events on game day to create an even greater sense of community. Certain gaming venues even more »

Humble Mozilla Bundle offers hope for Chromebook games

When I purchased my Chromebook, my motivation was necessity. My Toshiba laptop had suddenly decided it didn’t feel like connecting to the internet after only a year of (un)faithful service, E3 2014 was fast approaching, and I needed something that would allow me to work from anywhere. Four months later, the tiny has wormed its more »

Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers 20th Anniversary Edition Review: A Relic

Title: Gabriel Knight Sins of the Fathers 20th Anniversary Edition Price: 19.99 System(s): PC (Also on iOS and Android) Release Date: Oct, 15, 2014 Publisher (Developer): Phoenix Online Studios (Pinkerton Road Studios) ESRB Rating: “Teen” for Animated Blood and Mild Language You know how when you give a hot dog vendor a gift certificate, he more »

Dragon Age: Inquisition delay is okay

Just when we thought the wait was almost over, Bioware pushed back the release date for Dragon Age: Inquisition. So close were we to finally being able to start romancing our favorite characters. So close to battling more dragons, and making more tough choices. But alas, we must . While the Dragon Age: Inquisition delay more »


Dreamfall Chapters is Now Episodic

Despite receiving $600,000 over its original $850,000 goal for Dreamfall Chapters on Kickstater, has run into some money issues. Don’t worry, the developer isn’t asking for more, per say. In a recent Kickstarter update, Red Thread revealed it would be releasing the game as an episodic piece. It’s something that was originally intended, but scrapped. more »

Be a GTA Online hipster

You read it right, Rockstar’s latest “I’m Not a Hipster” update for allows you to dress like, well, a hipster. That means thick rims and all. “Express your incredible individualism and stand out from the herd,” states Rockstar Games’ Newswire. Throw on your retro print tees, skinny jeans, and more. Make yourself stand out from more »

Try out Steam In-Home Streaming today

Now everyone can try out Steam In-Home Streaming for themselves. This optional service lets you use your primary Windows gaming PC as the hub for streaming games from your Steam library. To try it out, all you have to do is log into Steam on two computers that share the same network and pick the more »

Jane Jensen’s Moebius will entangle us in April

From designer Jane Jensen, known for her work on the Gabriel Knight adventure series, as well as Gray Matter, comes Moebius: Empire Rising. Releasing on April 15th, Moebius is a supernatural mystery story that revolves around the murder of a young girl, a secret government agency, and a worldwide conspiracy. You take upon the role more »

MirrorMoon EP Goes Home to Kentucky Route Zero

As part of its latest update, experimental space exploration game MirrorMoon EP has expanded, adding new secrets into the game, and some rare new artifacts that reference indie titles Gone Home and . The game is also on sale this week up until Feburary 10th via Steam’s week long deals. For those who are only more »

Final Fantasy XIV 2.1 patch offers more of…everything

Ever since Square Enix released , the MMO has been doing surprisingly well and has managed to redeem the series second foray into the MMO genre. The story and its excellent execution of quests has drawn in players, now numbering in the millions. And coming later this month, players can expect one massive patch to continue more »

Organ Trail is scarier than you think

Halloween is close at hand, and in the spirit of the season, you might dust off a few horror classics to play with the lights off. Games like Silent Hill and Fatal Frame II, come to mind for some truly classic horror. However, there’s a surprising game I would put up for consideration for your more »


Rogue Legacy’s Surprising Lessons on Learning Disabilities

Rogue Legacy, by Cellar Door Games, is high atop my personal “Best Games of 2013″ list because of its clever and engaging gameplay. But part of the reason I enjoy the game as much as I do is the way the game helped me come to a deeper and powerful understanding about physical and mental more »