Game Curious Heavy Bullets – And Megaton Bombs

Here I am, making yet another trip to reset the security mainframe. I’ve navigated through this maze several times now with nothing but my wits and a handful of bullets of questionable weight. I’m told they’re Heavy Bullets, but they always seem to hop around as if lighter than usual… or possibly drunk. As for me, I… Continue reading

Game Curious Invisible, Inc – Not Impossible

Someone needs to spy on Klei Entertainment because I think they may have conquered another genre. Invisible, Inc. is intuitive, sneaky, and stylish. I got so caught up in the missions unfolding before me that I forgot I had time to think through my moves. The last thing I expect from a strategy title is for… Continue reading

Game Curious Chroma Squad – Colorfully Scheduled Programming

On today’s action-packed episode of Game Curious, four super-powered young adults and a beaver form their own mighty team to vanquish strange evils and protect the planet in Chroma Squad! Under the new guidance of a floating head AI they found, they morph for battle and shout amazing catchphrases!  Can they keep their viewership numbers high?… Continue reading

Tales from the Borderlands Episode 1 Gamethrough Review – Con Me In

I’m not going to pretend that you can judge an episodic game by its first episode, but Tales from the Borderlands: Zer0 Sum is the most fun I’ve had with the first episode of a Telltale game. I’m not sure of how you can really judge a first episode, but my mind is racing nonetheless. I’ve… Continue reading

Gods Will Be Watching Reflex Review: Because They Are Sadists

I never stood a chance against Gods Will Be Watching. The atmosphere and art style already had me beaten, but the concept curb stomped the money from my hands. Honestly, I’m happy with my purchase even if the game hates me and everyone that attempts to play it. Gods Will Be Watching is set up… Continue reading

Broken Age is the Name for the Double Fine Adventure Game Funded by Kickstarter

A little over a year ago, Double Fine changed the way the video game industry looked at Kickstarter and crowdfunding in general. The result of this experiment was the dramatically successful $3 million+ funding of the creation of a new adventure game by Double Fine and a documentary of the process behind the scenes. Backers… Continue reading

The Cave Review: Deeper Darkness

People seem to have the strangest fascination with non-human things having the ability to talk: cars, smartphones, Tom and Jerry. (Looking back, Tom and Jerry talking might have been one of the worst events in my childhood history and I didn’t even know it.) In the case of The Cave, seven unique archetypes approach a… Continue reading

Towns and Brothers Who Tell Their Stories – The Cursed Checkpoint #130s

Ethan and Matthew continue to tell their own tragic tales of Towns. Naturally this leads to getting distracted by Rocky, learning foreign languages, and shining a light on their limited understanding of farming. The Cursed Checkpoint is a topical video game podcast focused on discussions and interviews about a single video game, genre, news headline,… Continue reading

Towns and Brothers Who Build Them – The Cursed Checkpoint #130

Ethan brings his brother Matthew into the virtual Horrible Night studios to talk about the game, Towns, their experiences with it, and what they hope from the simulation game in the future. The Cursed Checkpoint is a topical video game podcast focused on discussions and interviews about a single video game, genre, news headline, or… Continue reading