Indie Game Spotlight: Yu-Gi-Oh The Dawn of a New Era

Yu-gi-oh The Dawn of a New Age is a unofficial Konami game, that allows you to play the official trading card game online, made by The Kaiba Corporation. It's absouletly free and offers a massive, and I mean massive, card library. You can customize a lot of different things as well, from your card sleeves to … Continue reading Indie Game Spotlight: Yu-Gi-Oh The Dawn of a New Era

Retro Throwback – Arcanum: Of Steamworks and Magick Obscura

I have a serious love/hate relationship with Arcanum: Of Steamworks and Magick Obscura. I enjoyed so much about this game that "hate" seems like a strong word, but no other word quite describes the frustration and anger I felt while trying to complete this tragically unfinished masterpiece. Luckily there are a few unofficial fan-made patches and mods … Continue reading Retro Throwback – Arcanum: Of Steamworks and Magick Obscura

Aurum Dust and their upcoming game, Ash of Gods: Redemption

Aurum Dust has been hard at work with a story of Angels reigning chaos on Earth as told with a Rouge-like narration within a turn-based RPG setting. Any character can die, even major ones in an unforgiving manner. Ash of Gods: Redemption was conceived with ideas presented by Fantasy Author Sergery Malitsky, and blends elements from such games as … Continue reading Aurum Dust and their upcoming game, Ash of Gods: Redemption

November 2016 Xbox Games with Gold and Playstation Plus free games

November's Xbox Games with Gold lineup has been revealed. The lineup includes 4 games in total, 2 titles for the Xbox One and 2 that are available on Xbox360. As usual, Xbox One owners will have access to the entire lineup of games, while 360 owners will only have access to two of the titles. … Continue reading November 2016 Xbox Games with Gold and Playstation Plus free games

Sony Announces New Pro Controllers

Sony unveiled two variants of pro controllers today on their blog site. The two controllers are being developed by Razer and Nacon and are both officially licensed by Sony. While a an exact time hasn't been revealed, an estimated time for release is scheduled for the holiday season. As evidenced by the image, the controllers are geared towards … Continue reading Sony Announces New Pro Controllers

Indie Game Spotlight: Aragami

As a huge stealth adventure game fanatic, I've been waiting for a new experience. The Hitman games are excellent, but I generally prefer games that take place before the invention of the modern firearm. I'm not saying headshots can't be extremely satisfying, but nothing is quite as exhilarating as stalking an unwary foe before silently … Continue reading Indie Game Spotlight: Aragami

Retro Throwback – Super Metroid

I, like many gamers of my generation, hold a special place in my heart for the Super Nintendo. The 16-bit animation felt a bit more lighthearted than the hyper-realistic games of today. Super Metroid was one of my favorites of the generation, and rightfully so.  It cemented the open-world exploration style that is still favored … Continue reading Retro Throwback – Super Metroid

Smash+Grab – First Impression

Smash+Grab, first and foremost, is a blast to play. My first few matches were fun, but soon I started to see the flaws in the game.(It's early access right now, so can't be too judgmental.) There are 7 characters available at this current patch with 2 more on the way. I really enjoy the gameplay, … Continue reading Smash+Grab – First Impression

Wind Limit Studios and their newest game, Talewind

Wind Limit Studios, based out of Portugal, consists of two college colleagues that, after pursuing their degrees, eventually decided to join forces to create Talewind. A game that draws elements from the best platformers they knew. Philip Machado, the programmer, and João do Lago, the artist, came together in January 2015 to begin development of … Continue reading Wind Limit Studios and their newest game, Talewind