This week on the PlayStation Store, January 6, 2015

It’s the first PlayStation Store update in January, folks! You all know what that means: free games! Also, hardly any new games! Because, January! Happy new year everybody! But seriously, the post-holiday season can be pretty dry in terms of major new releases, but there are a couple new titles to check out on the more »

Rollers of the Realm Review: When Pinball Meets Wizardry

Rollers of the Realm Price: $9.99 System(s): Windows (Also available for PS4 and Vita) Release Date: November 26, 2014 Publisher (Developer): Atlus (Phantom Compass) ESRB Rating: “Teen” for Fantasy Violence and Use of Alcohol If you think pinball would be fun if it had more of a plot, Rollers of the Realm might just be more »

Road Not Taken Review: The Path Less Traveled

Title: Road Not Taken Price: $14.99 (Free with PlayStation Plus) System(s): PS4 (Also on PC) Release Date: August 5, 2014 Publisher (Developer): Spry Fox (Spry Fox) ESRB Rating: “Everyone” I obsessed over Triple Town. I’ve racked up countless hours matching patches of grass, bushes, trees, and buildings, in the hopes of all sorts of high more »

E3 2014 Preview: Rollers of the Realm is a pleasant surprise

A long, long, long time ago, and I’m dating myself here, there was a pinball RPG for the Game Gear called Devilish. It was okay, put forth a good idea, but wasn’t really amazing. I played the first few “tables” of Rollers of the Realm today, and I get the feeling it won’t disappear into more »

Zen Pinball gets invaded by The Walking Dead

Can we agree that Zen Studios has released some amazing Zen Pinball 2 and tables? Yes? Well, they selection is about to get better as a table based on The Walking Dead is on the way. Actually, to be even more accurate, it’s based on the first season of TellTale Games’ The Walking Dead video more »

More PSOne Imports enhancing Vita, PSP, and PS3 libraries

Oh boy, oh boy, there are more PSOne Imports coming to the PlayStation Store! We’re getting more Japanese games to play on our Vitas, PSPs, and PS3s. It’s a good day to enjoy everything niche. Though, to be more exact, tomorrow will be the good day. That’s when Gungho Online Entertainment is releasing the six more »


GamerTell Cast #46: Bringing in the new year

Welcome to the first episode of the GamerTell Cast of the new year! As usual, we’ve got plenty to talk about on this episode in terms of what we’ve been playing lately. One of the games Jenni talks about is Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc which comes out on February 11. We also talk a little more »

FarSight Lays the Future of Pinball Arcade on the Table

FarSight Studios has a lot in store for pinball fans in 2014. Pinball Arcade will be adding ten new tables available for purchase spread out over the next nine months. Individual tables will cost $4.99 each with the Pro versions coming in at $7.99 each. The Pro versions of the tables in Pinball Arcade adds more »

Zen Pinball 2 has Come to the PS4

Now that Christmas is over, and possibly the outage that hit all online gaming services as millions of devices connected for the first time, people can start enjoying games. In particular, PlayStation 4 owners can now add Zen Pinball 2 to their library. Pay attention if you already have a PS3 and Vita with Zen more »

Nintendo eShop Update for October 24, 2013

Is it time for another round of eShop updates? I think so! This week, there aren’t as many awesome eShop exclusives. Part of it is because there are a lot of major releases getting both physical and digital releases soon, like Batman: Arkham Origins, Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures, Sonic Lost World, and Assassin’s Creed more »

Nintendo eShop Update for October 17, 2013

Morning everyone, and welcome to a large, well-rounded, eShop update. This week we have eight new eShop exclusives to choose from, with 5 on the 3DS and 3 on the Wii U. Simply put, it’s a good week. There are even some major releases, like Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director’s Cut and Hometown Story coming more »

Star Wars Pinball Review: More Fun Than the Movies

When I turn on my Wii U, it’s almost never to play Star Wars Pinball. But sometimes when I see the icon as I’m about to shut down the system, I think, “Oh. Yeah. Let’s play a few rounds.” Then I’m reminded of just what a great pinball sim this is, and I call in my kids for some multiplayer gaming. Before long, my wife’s yelling at us because we’re not at the table or I’m not getting the kids off to bed…or because she’s not playing.