09 May 2014

Bound By Flame, Not A Savior But A Solid Action-RPG | Review

Developer Spiders may be a young studio, but their ambition is not stunted by their age. With the release of Mars: War Logs last year, it was clear they were stepping up in the industry and ready to put their stamp in gaming. The game, possibly too ambitious for the

06 May 2014

Jungle Rumble Review: One Tap Forward and One Tap Back

Jungle Rumble, developed by Disco Pixel and released last Thursday on iOS and Android, is a two dimensional rhythm-based game where you as, “the Great Spirit”, control a plucky group of monkeys spurred on by their mystical leader to prevent bananas from being taken by a rival tribe, the nefarious

09 Apr 2014

NoScope’s $19.99 Gaming Glasses | Review

Admittedly, I can’t say I’ve ever suffered from gaming or computer related migraines that plague some people, at least not any that I can recall. Gaming glasses were invented to solve heavy gamers’ confrontation with migraines but also to help them focus on what matters while in the midst of

31 Mar 2014

Dual Review: Ragnarok Odyssey ACE | PS3

Initially Xseed released Ragnarok Odyssey on the Playstation Vita about a year and a half ago. During this time many developers developing on the Playstation Vita were trying to create the next big thing after the success of Monster Hunter in Japans. While the first rendition didn’t catch fire in

31 Mar 2014

Dual Review: Ragnarok Odyssey ACE | PS Vita

Ragnarok Odyssey hit the shelves in 2012 and was labeled as the Monster Hunter for Vita. With huge shoes to fill, the game didn’t necessarily stand up to its billing. It performed decently though, especially for being on a system that has had its bumps and bruises along the way.

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28 Mar 2014

Luftrausers review: Good Old-fashioned Bit Blasting

Ever since movies like TopGun and Iron Eagle, we have always pursued to find out what it was like to be the top-ace of a state-of-the-art aircraft, shooting down foes and slaying many enemies. To be able to pull off such an incredible feat always gives a shot of adrenaline.

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28 Mar 2014

Infamous: Second Son | Review

The excitement of new consoles was quickly met with the realization that although we have new hardware, the software just wasn’t there. As it typically does at the beginning of a console cycle, the software didn’t stand out from the last gen. Infamous isn’t known as a system seller in

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12 Mar 2014

Need For Speed Is Formulaic But It Does What Movies Should Do, Entertain | Need For Speed Review

Need for Speed relies on more than epic crashes and devastating explosions to push you to the edge of your seat; instead, it crafts a tale of various twists and turns at break-neck speeds and coasting drifts to deliver a great somewhat heartfelt experience. Need For Speed (NFS) is pretty

12 Mar 2014

Naztech iPad Air Sleek Portfolio Case Review

We recently got a hold of Naztech’s Sleek Portfolio iPad Air case that comes equipped with a keyboard for those of you afraid to part with your laptop. Increasingly we require portable but capable devices in our lives to fit the 21st century society that is always connected. The technology

05 Mar 2014

Late to the Party: Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition

Lara Croft has been an icon in the gaming world since her debut in 1996 as a buxom Tyrannosaur-slaying heroine on the Playstation One. Since then, third person action games have diversified, and this diversity seems to come in twos. Dante and Kratos are slashing and shooting enemies of epic

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26 Feb 2014

The Retro Shooter That Fits Perfectly On The Vita | TxK Review

With the advent of consoles and handhelds, the decline of arcades became a reality. And with the downfall of arcades, so to went most of those arcade experiences. The rise of “AAA” games and cut-scenes permeate nearly every game, but the Indie developers continually pull back the curtain to expose

25 Feb 2014

Late to the Party: Assassins Creed IV: Black Flag

It is with some trepidation that I approached the fourth, or sixth if you count Brotherhood and Revelations, entry in the Assassins Creed franchise. While I thoroughly enjoyed the Revolutionary War setting of Assassins Creed III, I couldn’t shake the feeling that all of the uniqueness and mechanical variety had