Strife: Veteran Edition Review: Creating Some Nostalgia

Unfortunately for those buying games this year on release day, or even release quarter, they are being rewarded with strange character glitches, impossible to finish side-quests and various other bugs. There is a better way friends and I’m here to help! For the best and most reliable gaming experience, take a play from my book… Continue reading

Played Dragon Age: Inquisition – I Am the One Who Decides the Decisions

Despite my good intentions, I’ve never really given Dragon Age much time. My BioWare time was monopolized by my Mass Effect addiction and the multiple awesome playthroughs that caused. For all its greatness, Mass Effect kind of broke the way I played RPGs. Paragon or Renegade, make your choice. Even if I was eventually given… Continue reading

Backlog Commando Kenny Played The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds

I try not to gush too much, but if you listened to the podcast, I gushed all over A Link Between Worlds. I love Zelda, but the last few outings haven’t really done it for me. Skyward Sword was slow, plodding, and held back by motion controls; Twilight Princess was… well, just totally expected. Listen to… Continue reading

Backlog Commando Cole Played The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds

The saying “familiarity breeds contempt” often holds true when sequels don’t expand much on the predecessor, but that couldn’t be further from the truth with The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds. After enough time, familiarity can turns into nostalgia and little callbacks to the original game lead to knowing smiles. A Link Between Worlds… Continue reading

Nimble Quest Review: Get in Line, Hero

Nimble Quest has been my goto few-minutes-to-kill mobile game for over a year now. A game developed by NimbleBit, creators of Tiny Towers and the short lived Star Wars: Tiny Death Star. It’s a snake type game where you move an ever growing train of heroes with the flick of a finger. You can move… Continue reading

South Park: The Stick of Truth Review: New Kid on the Block

Games based on television shows or movies have a track record of being doomed from the start. Considered quick cash grabs, they’re often rushed, under-developed and destined for the clearance bin of your favorite electronics retailer. That is what went through my mind when I first heard there would be a new South Park game…. Continue reading

A Second Chance For Diablo III – Part 1: Loot 2.0

Diablo 3 may be one of the most polarizing games to have been released in the last few years. On one side you have people who really enjoyed the third installment in the Diablo series and have poured hundreds of hours into the game. Standing on the opposite aisle are the individuals that absolutely hate… Continue reading

Darkest Dungeon Smashes Kickstarter Goal with 14 days Left

Red Hook Studios’ Darkest Dungeon has not only achieved its Kickstarter goal, it’s done so in spectacular fashion. With 14 days left, the “challenging gothic roguelike RPG about the psychological stresses of adventuring” is already 300% funded, a testament to its intriguing take on the genre as well as its unique art direction. I think the… Continue reading