Mega Man like game by Batterystaple Games, Definitely still in Beta, Definitely not bad…
Capcom has severely left Mega Man fans in ruins over the last 5 years. From cancellation to cancellation (Mega Man Legends 3/Maverick Hunters X) to re-releases of games you’ve played countless times over (Mega Man Legacy Collection, and just this . . . → Read More: 20XX Review – A Treat for Mega Man Fans
Dragon Age Inqusition (DAI) is the last in the often acclaimed, and sometimes reviled Dragon Age series. Nick McCavitt exposes us to what he finds good and not so good about it and why it’s not done as a musical. . . . → Read More: Dragon Age Inquisition (Xbox One) review.
Did I really write cash tournament?
Yes Dear Reader, while checking out email today, I spotted one that announced the new Tangled Roots campaign for Guild Wars 2. As a fan of GW2, I knew it has been out a few days, but read it anyway, and found buried down at the bottom of the announcement was something . . . → Read More: Guild Wars 2 Adds Weekly Cash Tournaments
The best way I can describe Fenix Rage to you is this:
In fact, this whole platformer game feels like one gigantic time travel experience. The character, as you will see, bears a not that dissimilar resemblance to Sonic the Hedgehog… just angrier and more amorphous. He gets his village destroyed and vows revenge, which . . . → Read More: Fenix Rage, A Steam Platformer Game
Back in June I reviewed a game called IonBall 2: Ionstorm, a block breaking game that required such focus and dexterity that it wasn't too long before my eyes were spinning around in the same way that a cartoon character's does after being hilariously and catastrophically injured.
The resemblance is striking…
That's not to . . . → Read More: IonBall 2: Ionstorm Tower Assault DLC Arrives With A FWOOOMMM!
Playing Ionstorm was a bittersweet experience for me; it felt like meeting a long lost childhood friend and being dazzled at how much they'd grown. When I read about the game's description it seemed to be a spiritual to those old 8-bit classics I played so much when I was growing up: Missile . . . → Read More: Ionball 2: Ionstorm Review (Steam Version)