While video gamers don't really tend to fall into the extreme sports category, motion controls allow them to have an extreme sports experience without leaving the comfort of their living room. If you put a fan in front of your face and crank it up to high, you can come pretty close to the feeling of base jumping with Skydive. Read on for a review, and a chance to win your own copy of the game!
The final chapter of The Raven completes the trilogy, which is now available on Steam.
The classic point-and-click genre has made a surprising resurgence as of late. Perhaps it is part of the indie revolution, or just the desire for a simple game in a sea of me-too 20+ button shooters with hair trigger reaction time necessary to do anything. P&C adventures allow us to enjoy a story and be a part of it without having to resort to buckets of blood and gore to keep our attention.
It has been 10 years since the North American release of Disgaea: Hour of Darkness on the PlayStation 2. Now Laharl, Etna, and Flonne have reunited for Disgaea D2: A Brighter Darkness. This is the first Disgaea game to be a direct sequel in the series, so how does it deliver? Read on to find out!
This week the guys talk Battlefield 4 beta, Tom Clancey and more!
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Dragon’s Crown is a good game. It may have slipped under a lot of gamers’ radars but it does have a lot of potential. Think of Dragon’s Crown as the game for anyone who wants a great dungeon crawler with a lot of options. The couch co-op only serves to expand on what the game has to offer.
Goozex member rottingcorpse got in touch with me today and let me know about a couple of hot auction items that are going to end tomorrow (as of this writing, duh). He has available Injustice for the PS3 and the very first copy of LEGO City Undercover for the 3DS.
I messed with Resident Evil and had fun. The scares and jumps were definitely cringeworthy, but there were plenty of pauses where you knew it was puzzle time, and eventually you would find enough ammunition or health upgrades that the savvy player would be a walking tank by the end boss. On the other hand, a friend showed me Silent Hill and I couldn't handle it. A town surrounded in thick fog, a character that is more everyman than supercop, with nothing more to prepare him for the apocalypse than what he had on him when it all hit the fan.