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Consider the subtleness of the sea; how its most dreaded creatures glide under water, unapparent for the most part, and treacherously hidden beneath the loveliest tints of azure. Consider also the devilish brilliance and beauty of many of its most remorseless tribes, as the dainty embellished shape of many species of sharks. Consider, once more, [...]
22 years and one pound of six-sided dice later, Mathew returns to the sixth world. Does Shadowrun stand up as a good tabletop RPG? Mathew reviews this tabletop classic and lets you know.
Borderlands 2 is a game I’ve been waiting to get my hands on for three years. Ever since I played the first game, I fell in love with the world and its tongue-in-cheek jokes and references, its Diablo-like loot mechanic, and its strong stable of anti heroes. Fast forward to PAX East in Boston this [...]
Three long years ago I saw a trailer for a game that blew my mind. It was unlike anything I’d seen at the time: a return to side-scrolling pixel platforming. On the day we recorded our very first episode (June 28, 2008) I showed the guys a random clip/trailer I’d found online and right away we were all in awe of what we’d hoped FEZ was going to be.
With much anticipation I left work on time, a rarity for me, and rushed to my local games store to pick up my pre-ordered copy Final Fantasy XIII-2, the next installment of the once fabled franchise. In recent years, the Final Fantasy franchise seems to have lost a lot of the magic that made it [...]
One of the great things about our Summer Pwnage events, besides bringing gamers of all sorts together, is that it gives local game developers a chance to show off their latest creations to a target audience. Quite often, these games are still under development and are presented well before public release. Such was the case [...]
Game Production Studios, based right here in London, Ontario, has released Dragons vs. Spaceships, their answer to the genre via Xbox Live Indie Games (XBLIG). Like such classics as 1942, Jackal and more recently Ikaruga before it, this budget title seeks to “capture the essence of the genre, while putting a new spin on old conventions.”
My first exposure to the Halo series was when Halo was revealed at the MacWorld conference back in the day. After it was shown, Bungie was snatched up by Microsoft and Halo was built for Microsoft’s new videogame console, the XBox.
I am not a very proud man. Having two children and dealing with the trials and tribulations associated with that is a great way to make anyone feel small and useless. Have you always wanted to feel that way if you don’t have kids? Fear not – Dance Central 2 is here to help you out!
Join familiar faces Captain John Price, Captain John “Soap” MacTavish, double agent Nikolai, Yuri and more in an attempt to take down Vladimir Makarov once and for all, and put an end to World War 3.
The game starts mere hours after betraying and killing Lieutenant General Shepherd, with Price and Nikolai escaping from a [...]