Warhammer 40k Space Marine Doesn’t Need Your Real-Time Strategy

Any fans of Games Workshop’s table top series Warhammer 40,000 knows the game is all about strategy and overwhelming numbers. While the many races and storylines have the potential to fit into any genre, the massive battles of the 40k universe seem best suited for real time strategy and have seen success in the likes… Continue reading

Review: STALKER: Call Of Pripyat: Solid Fallout Hunting

Are you indifferent to the demilitarized sites of a nuclear meltdowns? Can you shoot a gun and/or fight for your life on a day to day basis? Do you like vodka? Does a new career opportunity with endless financial possibilities sound great? If you answered yes to any of the above, you might be perfect for an… Continue reading

Is the Guild Wars 2 Manifesto Video Enough to Get You to MMO?

Guild Wars has the distinction of being the only other major MMO that I have put significant time into. It wasn’t a stretch for me since ArenaNet‘s RPG doesn’t require a subscription, and it was incredibly fun to play with friends. The game had a very distinct art style, and was powered by unique streaming… Continue reading

Torchlight II Announced and Won’t Fix The Diablo That Isn’t Broken

For those who couldn’t wait to sink their teeth into what could become yet another Blizzard masterpiece in Diablo 3, Runic Game’s Torchlight was a nice way to hold off the dungeon crawling withdrawal. Not content with just being a clone of one Diablo, the creators have recently announced a sequel that looks to do… Continue reading

The Games of August: Football Foreshadowing

August may be light on the major console releases, aside from Madden, but the downloadable titles are looking strong. This month always signifies the upcoming flood of games for the holiday season, so choose wisely this month as more games are coming soon. Here’s what to be on the look out for during the Month… Continue reading