Played Kingdom Rush – Like Me!

Admit it, you have genre prejudice, too. I don’t know what it is about tower defense games, but I can never seem to get over the hump. My perfectionist playstyle makes me hate it when a single enemy gets through. Most of the time in these games a single enemy doesn’t even cause you to lose, but that… Continue reading

The Wolf Among Us: Episode 3 – A Crooked Mile Gamethrough Review: Not By Choice

While I’d appreciate more of a heads up, I can’t help but drop everything once a new episode of The Wolf Among Us arrives. Now with Episode 3 – A Crooked Mile, we are into the meat of the story and Sheriff Bigby and I are both hungry for justice. Watch our full Gamethrough coverage of The… Continue reading

The Wolf Among Us – Faith Review and Gamethrough: Big Bad Ass Detective Work

It has been a fun ride on the Telltale train the last few years. Full of ups, downs, and even a game of the year. I assumed Telltale had peaked. I was convinced that Telltale’s true test would be branching to a new franchise. It did not take long for Telltale to announce that the comic… Continue reading

Borderlands 2: Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep DLC Review: It’s About Time

While I’ve felt pretty good about being an early adopter of the Borderlands 2 season pass, I’ve not exactly been overwhelmed by extra content that’s been made available since the game’s release. I’ve definitely gotten my money’s worth out of the package, the last 3 pieces of DLC played it a bit too safe for… Continue reading

Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes Recoil Review: Form Up

My first introduction to Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes was on the Xbox Live Marketplace in April 2011. I downloaded the demo, gave it a couple of hours of attention, and I never pulled the trigger on the purchase. This puzzle RPG by Capybara Games looked good, but I didn’t know if I should… Continue reading

Dragon’s Dogma Video Reflex Review: Jump On It, Mr. Dave

I’d like to meet the gamers who had high expectations for Dragon’s Dogma. I for one, had no idea what to expect when I heard Capcom was making an western-influenced open world fantasy RPG with a combat system that feels like an action title. I had a feeling I’d be entertained by DD’s quirkiness and… Continue reading

Dungeonbowl Releases on June 8th, Earlier to Pre-orders

Cyanide has set a release date for their Blood Bowl spin-off Dungeonbowl. The game launches on June 8th on their official store and will see a Steam release later in June. The tabletop version was originally released in 1989 as an expansion for Blood Bowl, the Warhammer based fantasy (as in orcs and elves) football… Continue reading

The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings Reflex Review: Two Swords are Better than One

There’s a disappointingly high chance that there were a lot of gamers out there who are not well acquainted with Geralt, the heavily scarred hero from The Witcher. In fact, I was one of these poor souls until commotion of a sequel began to get louder and louder. Not to be out of the loop,… Continue reading