Zen Studios Brings Star Wars Pinball to Pretty Much Everything Starting Feb 26th

Zen Studios broke through in a big way with us last year, even taking home a Grimmy in the process. I had written off digital pinball, but it’s is hard to argue with quality table designs in any form. Next week though, digital pinball is set to get an even wider audience to pay attention…. Continue reading

Making the Best of Bad Games – The Horrible Show Live #403

We all makes mistakes, and bad video games are going to find their way into your library at some point. Justin, Josh, and Ethan discuss their poor choices of the past to see if any of their habits have changed for the better with recent purchases. The Horrible Show – Join the editorial staff of… Continue reading

XBLA Breaks Sales Records in 2012 and Here are the Top Games

XBLA has been good to all of us this generation, and 2012 was its biggest year yet. But which games were the biggest and what kind of money are we talking. Well XBLA Fans has the details on the top 10: Minecraft – 4,997,000 units/$97,388,000 Trials Evolution – 1,002,000 units/$14,298,000 The Walking Dead – 2,615,000… 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

Radio Waves for 12/07/12

I’ve died a lot this year. Hold on, let me clarify. Most video games follow a similar structure in that there are win states and fail states. A more accurate assessment is that I’ve failed a lot this year when it comes to gaming and that failure resulted in my avatar’s death. I’m talking about… Continue reading

The Walking Dead Review: The Dead Can Feel

A game seldom comes along which strikes a chord deeper than just being entertained. The Walking Dead by Telltale Games delivers on a one-of-a-kind experience by reaching into your personal morality and advocates a new level of interactive storytelling. Episodic games are some of the more difficult games to master, and this holds especially true when it… Continue reading

Retro City Rampage Game Curious Video: Do You Get It?

You mean Retro City Rampage actually came out?! And it’s actually fun to play?! TOTALLY BODACIOUS!!! Justin and Josh put away their Pogs and put on their Underoos for this most referential of Game Curious episodes. This video is intended for an mature audience as our commentary is not kid-friendly: For more Game Curious and video… Continue reading

Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit Video Reflex Review: That’s Between a Bunny and His Duck

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The crazy French developers at Arkedo Studio made a new game. That game is called Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit. It involves an undead cape-wearing rabbit (who is also the Prince of Hell) trying to recover stolen photos of him masturbating with a rubber ducky. Naturally, this game is a metroidvania-ish side scroller with… Continue reading

Radio Waves for 10/12/12

It’s a big release week for games. Even the people under rocks know that games came out this week and people want them. There’s quite a variety as the releases range from alien-domination sims to 8-bit retro action. Also Pokemon, but maybe that’s just my thing. Until my self-started husky-drawn taco delivery wagon idea becomes… Continue reading

Mark of the Ninja Review: Silent But Awesome

There’s a number of gameplay mechanics that I don’t typically get excited about, such as escort missions and underwater segments. The one that’s always straddled the line of my disdain is the use of stealth. When my sneaking plan accidentally goes to hell and the enemy has me surrounded, my frustration reaches new heights. However, there’s nothing… Continue reading