Game Curious – Chainsaw Warrior: Sawing Through Evil New York

Ethan gets called into action as New York City finds itself knee deep in a wide variety of horrific monstrosities. Will he be victorious or will this incredibly punishing digital card game do him in? This video is intended for a mature audience as our commentary is not kid-friendly: For more Game Curious and video… Continue reading

Gorky 17 Retro Review: Worth Some Time Travel

I can’t exactly explain what prompted me to purchase Gorky 17 this past week. While a low price is always attractive, I didn’t really have room in my queue for a game that was first released back in 1999. It’d be one thing if I’d done it for nostalgia related reasons, but I’d never heard… Continue reading

Ys 1 Review: Pronounced with Speed

Going back to play an old game can be an exercise in patience. More often than not, the outdated gameplay mechanics coupled with crappy graphics (by today’s standards) can be off-putting. This is especially the case when it comes to old school Japanese RPG’s. Sitting through 10 minutes of scrolling dialog boxes will probably mean… Continue reading

Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons is Single Player Co-Op for Your Thumbs

Starbreeze has made some of my most memorable and atmospheric first person shooter moments of the last decade (Riddick, The Darkness, Syndicate). It has something a bit different in store for its next game, Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons. Brothers is a single player co-op experience where you will be controlling both characters at… Continue reading

Charlie Murder Thickens as Ska Studios Reports In

Just in case you were worried about Charlie Murder, Ska Studios has just checked in with an overview video and let’s just say the game is a bit more ambitious than the sneak peek we got back at PAX ’11. Chuck (can I call you Chuck?) and his crew have evolved into a “BrawlPG” complete… Continue reading

System Shock 2 Available Now on GOG and Coming to Steam

Trying to get classic PC games to play on modern hardware has gotten easier thanks to rereleases on digital stores, but that doesn’t mean every game has made the leap. Thankfully we can scratch one more off only-playable-by-hackers list as Night Dive Studios fought through the red tape to give the world a fresh release… Continue reading

Obsidian Sets Kickstarter Funding Record with Project Eternity

People apparently love their isometric RPG’s because Obsidian just reset the Kickstarter records in raising $3.98 million for its upcoming Project Eternity. Inspired by the likes of Baldur’s Gate, Icewind Dale, and Planescape: Torment, Project Eternity promises a rich world for questing and real-time tactical party combat with a pause system. Obsidian’s pedigree cannot be denied… Continue reading