NYCC 2016 Recap Day 2 – Finding Some Fun


FEATURE By Michael Sagoe (mikedot)   So as per usual, each year at NYCC I like to focus my time and attention towards seeking out the latest and greatest games that have yet to be released out to the mas...

Riot Announces “Assassin” Update


ARTICLE As each season draws to a close, these days Riot focuses on fixing something in the game of League of Legends that is unbalanced. Sometimes this is a fantastic thing [Taric rework] and sometimes these...

NYCC 2016 Day 1 Recap – Square-Enix Event


ARTICLE By Michael Sagoe (Mikedot) Another year, another New York Comic-Con. It’s an event that gets bigger and bigger each and every year, which is made evident by the extra venues that event officials had...

Yakuza 0 to be Uncensored in American Release


ARTICLE   Yakuza franchise is all about the gritty life of members of Japan’s underground evildoers. It’s a fun fact that the last Yakuza title was previewed by actual members of the Yakuza t...

Battleline: Steel Warfare Review


REVIEW Written by Remko Molenaar (Proxzor)   If you are a fan of tanks and love to reign down chaos with them, then Battleline Steel Warfare is the right game for you. In this real time strategy game yo...

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Mega Battle


ARTICLE Well, it’s the closest thing I’ll get to a Super Sentai game without importing, so here it is! Bandai Namco is releasing Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Mega Battle! What’s that? It...

Antraxx: Isometric Mech Action!


ARTICLE No, I don’t mean the band. And no, I don’t mean the poison. That’s Anthrax in both cases. However, it does take me back to the 1980s and 90s in the absolute best way possible. I was...

This Just In: Selfie Stick is OP


ARTICLE Papaya Play and Vertigo are revealing some exciting, overwhelming new information for BlackShot. They have a new mode inspired by CS:GO called Weapon Race. Weapon Race is complete with a full renditio...

First RPG Memories


ARTICLE I was browsing the internet this morning, as I so often do, and I came across a call-in show style podcast that were discussing first RPG memories. I found this to be a really interesting thing and so...

The Metronomicon Review


REVIEW By Andrew Skelton (Outfoxed)   Have you ever been playing an RPG and thought, “Gee, I wonder what this would be like with some Rock Band thrown into the mix?”  Or playing a rousing game of D...
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