Joshua Garrity is surprised by SEGA’s Nagoshi-produced robot shooter. On its surface Binary Domain doesn’t seem to be a particular interesting game. It’s a cover-based third person shooter, very much […]
DDR meets Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords in this PC & XBLIG curio from Iridium Studios (PC version shown).
Darren Gargette points and clicks his way to zombie containment via a little sprinkling of e-sports referencing… Our thanks to developer Bootsnake Games (via GameCritics’ Brad Gallaway) for the Steam code.
There is no arguing that Mass Effect has become one of the more significant franchises to come out of this generation. BioWare managed to create a detailed and intelligently crafted […]
It’s incredible just how big the indie games scene is becoming, or has become, depending upon which side of the non-existent videogaming fence you are sitting. On one hand, indie […]
Josh takes a look at the second installment of BioWare’s epic space opera, Mass Effect 2.
Josh takes a look at the first chapter of BioWare’s epic space opera, Mass Effect.
Darren tries to put your fears at bay with a less intimidating view of StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty, one of the world’s most popular real time strategy games. This […]
Episode 6: In this episode, dezm0nd takes us through a brief sojourn through Valve’s darkly violent, cartoonish first person shooter Team Fortress 2.
We dip our toes into the Valve waters with a Quick Rinse of the up and coming Counter-Strike game due out on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC early next year.
This article was originally written by Scott Eunson, although some will know him by his more commonly used moniker of Darth Cuddles and was initially published as a post […]