Gotham City Impostors Takes DLC to a Whole New Level of Crazy

I’ve been watching the tale of Gotham City Impostors since about the time when the other Batman game came out and punched me right in the gullet. I’ve been decidedly on the fence about it as I’m unsure if the whacky premise will translate to a fun game that I, and my friends, will play. Since… Continue reading

NFL Blitz Reflex Review: A Safety is Not a Touchdown

Hey, NFL Blitz is back! That is a factual exclamation. Licensed arcade football is something I’ve been missing since my Nintendo 64 and arcade days (PS2 and “The League” versions be damned). Needless to say I was thrilled when the rumors started churning that EA was going to push out a new NFL Blitz on… Continue reading

Alan Wake’s American Nightmare is Warm Up Game for XBLA House Party 2012

Who says downloadable games aren’t gaining popularity and a certain level of awesome? Microsoft’s Major Nelson announced the lineup for the Xbox LIVE Arcade House Party, and there are highly anticipated games in the list. Luckily for many of us the warm up game at the party will be Alan Wake’s American Nightmare on February 15,… Continue reading

Orcs Must Die Review: Orcs Shall Not Pass

Orcs Must Die! Really? Duh, Robot Entertainment, tell me something I don’t know. See, I’ve had quite a bit of experience in dealing with the green skinned freaks and understand that their continued existence is detrimental to the betterment of man, elf and every other good guy fantasy race (except unicorns, f*** unicorns). I’ve killed… Continue reading

Capcom Re-Gifts XBLA Digital Collection

Capcom announced this week that soon you will be able to buy 8 XBLA games in one nice package as an Xbox 360 exclusive. The best part about this great re-gifting is that you have to go to a retail store to buy these downloadable games. That’s right a convenient action pack of 8 downloadable games available at your… Continue reading

The Downloads Aren’t Done This Year: Trine 2, Joe Danger XBLA, Stranger’s Wrath

Silly game purchaser, you thought Mega Release Fall had ended and you were safe? Think again: there are more quality games headed to a downloadable service near you before the end of the year yet. Trine 2 the fantasy action multiplayer platformer (FAMP?) is already available on Steam for Mac and PC users. The first… Continue reading

Revisiting the Status of Wrecked: Revenge Revisited

Since I haven’t written anything for the site in such a long time, I thought it might be good place to start by revisiting the last article I wrote about the upcoming release of Wrecked: Revenge Revisited. At the time I was jacked up with excitement, anticipating a Q2 2011 release. As time moved into Q3 and… Continue reading

I Learned Something Today: Dungeon Defenders

Home ownership is a huge component of the “American Dream” but that dream can quickly melt into a nightmare if one sits idly by while society’s worst plan ways to encroach on one’s personal space. Contacting your local home security expert is a great first step, but the safety of you, your family and all… Continue reading

Bloodforge: First Cut Teaser Trailer is, well, Bloody

Little is known exactly what Bloodforge will be about beyond it is set in a Celtic world focused on the Celtic mythos. Speaking of which, I don’t recall a game that is centered on Celtic mythos. The main character, Crom, wields a mean sword with even meaner swordsmanship while wearing a mask that was likely… Continue reading

The Dishwasher: Vampire Smile Reflex Review with Video Preview

With 4 hours remaining in the A Call To Gamers 24 Hour Charity Gaming Challenge, my final challenge was to play through Ska Studios‘ latest title, The Dishwasher: Vampire Smile, from start to finish. I knew that it was possible to make it through one of the story modes in under 4 hours, but I had… Continue reading