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Jan
16

Psychonauts 2 Funded – Release Date Set For 2018

Earlier this week it was announced via DoubleFine’s Twitter account that the sequel to their beloved­by­many game Psychonauts, had reached its crowdfunding goal of $3.3 million. Tim Schafer specified that amount as the goal because it was the amount that […]

Oct
24

The Witcher 3 Hearts of Stone Endings

If you haven’t heard, CD Projekt RED just released the first expansion pack for the highly acclaimed Witcher 3. The expansion, called Hearts of Stone, takes Geralt on a journey entirely separate from the main story quest line. From the first […]

Jul
22

More Mortal Kombat X DLC teased – Tremor is here!

Yesterday on a livestream from Mortal Kombat X developer, NetherRealm Studios showed off some gameplay of the latest DLC character. Tremor first appeared in Mortal Kombat: Special Forces back in 2000 but Mortal Kombat X is his first fully playable […]

Jul
18

Fallout 4 Release Date and Details!

It’s been confirmed that Fallout 4 will have a major presence at GamesCom 2015 in August this year which no doubt means even more information and gameplay is coming very soon. GamesCom is set in Cologne, Germany and is one […]

Jul
16

Rocket League Review

Sometimes games don’t need to be overly complicated in order to be fun. All they need is a simple mechanic and they’re good to go. Rocket League is a game that stands around those lines, although it does manage to […]

Jun
30

How to Become a Super Saiyan in Dragonball Xenoverse

Any of you Dragonball fans out there who grabbed the latest game are probably dying to find out how to become a Super Saiyan in Xenoverse. In this quick guide we’ll show you a couple of ways to get that […]

Mar
14

Elder Scrolls Online Veteran Rank Leveling Guide

In our Elder Scrolls Online veteran rank leveling guide we’ll show you some of the best ESO VR grind spots for those of you out there looking to level up an alternate character, or just reach Veteran Rank 14 in the […]

Feb
23

Stranded Deep: Hope for the Future of Steam Early Access

Steam Early Access has gained a bit of a bad reputation here lately. With small studios popping up left and right, there’s been a surge of titles added to the marketplace, the majority of which probably won’t ever be seen […]

Feb
22

Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate: A Step In the Right Direction

Glistening reviews have been coming in from all corners for the highly anticipated Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate since its release a week ago. Citing the typically deep and complex, yet not totally inaccessible combat along with the diversity of weapon […]

Dec
03

World of Warcraft – The Glory of the Grind

Grinding, or in non- gamer speak (let it be known that I am nothing if not a writer for the layman), engaging in monotonous and repetitive menial tasks for payoff down the road, is a gameplay mechanic that has been […]