The Floor is Jelly Review

The Floor is Jelly feels like an appropriate game to be reviewing right after The Old City: Leviathan. While The Old City tried its damnedest to be a piece of art and failed, The...

by Elijah Beahm on December 18, 2014 in 'Reviews'

JUJU Review

Before I start this review, I need to be clear about something pertaining to JUJU, the game which is the focus of this review. I am not the target audience for this game. If I had to...

by Caleb "Soapbox" Lott on December 12, 2014 in 'Reviews'

The Old City: Leviathan Review

What did I just spend two and a half hours playing? I’m not even sure if I could call it playing, considering all I really did was walk around, press the “E” key a...

by Elijah Beahm on December 9, 2014 in 'Reviews'
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Innerspace Interview

Kickstarter has been a great outlet for creative developers to try new ideas and mechanics for games they might not be able to otherwise. There have been several games I have...

by Caleb "Soapbox" Lott on December 2, 2014 in 'Interviews'

Rollers of the Realm First Impressions Review

Have you ever played that game you liked but no one else did? A title that scored badly or all your friends hate, but you secretly enjoy? Even if you can see every flaw, you just...

by Elijah Beahm on December 1, 2014 in 'Reviews'

How I Broke GTA V By Being Sane

So, about a week or so back I finally got my first Xbox 360. Not only did it come with a few other games I was eager to finally try, it arrived with a game I never expected to play: Grand...

by Elijah Beahm on November 30, 2014 in 'Opinion'
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Still Alive! Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker HD

Metal Gear Solid Peace Walker brings back old school multiplayer and Dark Souls style co-op.

by Elijah Beahm on November 30, 2014 in 'Series'

This War of Mine Review

War. War may never change, but can our perspective of it in games change? How many games do we play as a participant of combat, mowing down countless masses of faceless foes? Hell,...

by Caleb "Soapbox" Lott on November 21, 2014 in 'Reviews'

Scrounging For Bullets: You Can’t Take Comba...

If you’ve been reading our headlines recently, you probably noticed our horror game reviews, Neverending Nightmares and Alien: Isolation. On the surface, the core...

by Elijah Beahm on November 18, 2014 in 'Opinion'

Finding Religion in Dead Space

Very few games can talk about religion in a serious, respectful, and honest manner. We often see games and the majority of the press skirt around the idea casually or barely dip...

by Elijah Beahm on November 15, 2014 in 'Opinion'