Shoot Many Robots Reflex Review: Just Keep Shooting

Recently, I’ve been going through a stage where I was worn out on the deep gaming experiences and found myself craving the classical fare of simple games with little-to-no story and plenty of action. Shoot Many Robots, coincidentally came out at the height of this period. Normally, I would write a reflex review soon after my… Continue reading

The Horrible Show Live Giveaway and Gaming After the Show

The Horrible Show Live returns on Tuesday April 24th at 8:30pm EST. Justin, Cole, Ethan, and Josh will be talking through when video games had each of them completely stumped as our monthly You Fools! editorial series continues. Join us live on Twitch.tv/HorribleNight where you can ask questions and interact with our cast in chat. RSVP and share the event on Facebook…. Continue reading

Charlie Murder Trailer Promises Murderous Fun

While wondering the massive floor maze at Pax Prime ’11, one of my favorite surprises was stumbling across a little booth tucked away in the corner, showcasing a game that I didn’t even know was in the works. Ska Studios, famous for their ultra-violent beat ’em up series The Dishwasher, change things up and goes… Continue reading

Cheap and Dirty Gamer: All Zombies Must Die! This Time I Mean It

Cheap and Dirty Gamer is taking a small break from being “crazy cheap” and to head more in the direction of “pretty cheap” to bring you a very important message about zombies. All Zombies Must Die! Seriously. It’s pretty convenient that my important message also happens to be the name of this week’s game, but such a coincidental occurrence… Continue reading

Arcade Next Begins for XBLA on April 18th with Trials Evolution, Ends with Minecraft

The Xbox Live Arcade promotions must be going well as Microsoft has just announced a new grouping to go along with the House Party and Summer of Arcade promotions. Arcade Next begins on April 18th and seeks to bring another batch of exclusive (at least temporarily), quality (subjective) games to its popular downloadable video game… Continue reading

Alan Wake’s American Nightmare Review: Nice Dreams

It seems with every release season there is a game which surprises you and leave an impression you cannot shake. I met Alan Wake’s American Nightmare with much reservation. When I first heard the story I immediately thought of Stephen King’s The Dark Half main antagonist, George Stark. This is what created a little bit of my reservation. I… Continue reading

Wreckateer Flings Itself onto Kinect XBLA in Spring

When I was younger, most parents insisted that their children spend countless hours practicing the piano but my folks urged me to pursue the lost art of ballista combat. Despite being a better person as a result, the amount of time invested prolonged the loss of my virginity and I’ve yet to find an outlet for… Continue reading

Retro City Rampage Really has a May Release Date

This is a great day not only for anyone who has been following Retro City Rampage, but also for its developer, Brian Provinciano and vBlank who can finally answer the one question he’s surely the most sick of over these last 8 years, “When does your game come out?!” Retro City Rampage will be coming… Continue reading

I Learned Something Today Too: Banjo-Kazooie – For a Better World

Sometimes I forget to eat and get really hungry. This usually leads to anger and confusion which happen to be the catalysts from ranting and raving the likes of which have never before been seen on an episode of “I Learned Something Today. “ I’m ticked off and it has quite a bit to do… Continue reading