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Thank you Star Wars. Thank you Battlestar Galactica. Thank you Star Trek. Thank you H.P. Lovecraft. Thank you every science fiction writer for laying the way for Bioware to create and wonderfully conclude this epic that is Mass Effect. Coming into Mass Effect 3 after enjoying its amazing previous title, I was worried that it […]
Warp is Trapdoor’s first game which tells the story of an alien escape. A simple concept woven into a puzzle game that has been slapped with an M rating for some brutal violence and language. Sounds like an interesting combination, but how well does it turn out? I’d say pretty well. You play the adorable […]
There is something about an ambitious brand new IP coming from a development team full of all-star fantasy entertainment creators that really get my nerd juices flowing, and Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning definitely fits that bill. Imagine the hack-and-slash gameplay of the best Action/RPG, mix it with the open world aspects of a Fallout or […]
Join Glenn Burgess as he reviews Shank 2.
If you stop and think about it, I’ll bet you can count on one hand the amount of video games with a number after the title that are any good. I’ll even go as far as to wager there are even less that you would consider to be better than the original game. Recently, Valve has made an attempt to enter into this coveted unofficial hall of fame with Portal 2. If you’re anything like me, you have fond memories of a smart mouthed, disembodied, computerized, robot voice with a set of morals the KKK would frown upon pushing you through multiple, puzzle-filled chambers that can melt your brain (sometimes literally) while attempting to solve them. Has Valve managed to live up to the challenge with Portal 2? In a word, no; they’ve not only lived up to it, they’ve completely bitch-slapped it.
The Madden franchise is a massive deal for hundreds of thousands of gamers worldwide and EA Sports knows it. So, every year they throw a release day bash that is chock full of celebrities, professional athletes, and game developers for us to chat with… …And what a time it was! In light of the New […]
Recently we were able to take part in a round table with Visceral Games Jonathan Knight, creative director for their upcoming game Dante’s Inferno. Throughout the round table ourselves as well as a few other media outlets were able to ask questions and pick the brain of the man behind the game, asking everything from why […]
Welcome to episode… wait… what number episode is this again? Today… 3 people’s Distractions for the price of … well … none! We talk some more about Too Human News… yeah we have some of that stuff too. Including our entry into the Games for Windows Live name debate! After the break, we talk about […]