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Tusk returns to Killer Instinct
The barbarian from Killer Instinct 2, Tusk will make his return to the franchise in Killer Instinct Season 3. ... [read more]
New Nintendo Direct shows Star Fox Zero in action
The latest Nintendo Direct had info about some up Nintendo's upcoming games, but let's face it, the start of the show was Star Fox Zero. ... [read more]
Capcom punishes rage quitters and will look for more
On Feb. 26, Capcom's Neidel "Haunts" Crisan revealed that rage quitter's were going to get punished, but he didn't give specifics. In his latest blog, he revealed the fate of those who can't take the loss. ... [read more]

Latest Articles

PAX South 2016: Umbrella Corps Preview
Compared to last year, PAX South 2016 was lacking major developers. This would explain why I was excited to see Capcom in attendance. I don’t play Resident Evil games, but something about the previews I had seen compelled me to stand in line to play Umbrella Corps.... [read more]
Your safe space doesn't belong in my competitive game
Whether it’s trash talking or teabagging, some people are looking for a nicer online experience. Guess what? We’re not in elementary school anymore. This is digital dodgeball and players like me are aiming for your head. ... [read more]
Smite Preview: Hey look at me, I'm playing a MOBA on my console
There's no doubt that the top two MOBA games are DotA 2 and League of Legends, and with the control layout for those games, it's unlikely we'll see those games make the jump to the consoles. However, Smite, the third-person perspective MOBA game and arguably the third most p... [read more]

Latest Reviews

Firewatch Review: Prepare for an interesting sensation
Firewatch is the first game developed by San Francisco-based company, Campo Santo. Needless to say, for this to be their first game it was certainly on fire. ... [read more]
Pony Island Review: Not that innocent of a game
I saw the trailer for Pony Island and thought to myself “Well, this looks like a fun puzzle game at least and it’s a pretty funny title”. I gave it a shot and I wasn’t disappointed.... [read more]
Undertale Review: An 8-bit RPG with a twist
Toby Fox first made himself known to the public with his ROM hack, “Press the B Button, Stupid!” for an Earthbound Halloween Pack back in 2008. With the help of artist Temmie Chang, he created a game that will take you back in time with its 8-bit look, music and turn-bas... [read more]

Latest Videos

PAX South 2016: Lords of New York Interview
If you never thought you wanted a poker RPG, then you haven't played Lords of New York from Lunchtime Studios. ... [read more]
PAX South 2016: Moving Hazard Interview
Moving Hazard is a new take on the zombie action game. The multiplayer shooter makes the zombies the weapon to take out the other team. ... [read more]
PAX South 2016: Eternal Interview
Dire Wolf Digital is jumping into the card game genre with Eternal. Unlike other card games, Eternal lets players make decisions both on offense and defense. ... [read more]

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LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean Review
Like Madden or the inevitable movie tie-ins, LEGO games are starting to be more commonplace, leaving no license safe from their blocky heads and stackable bodies. If it's popular, it will be made into a LEGO game. This leads us to the latest game in the series, LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean for the Nintendo DS.
Kingdom Hearts Re:Coded Review
Another year, another Kingdom Hearts title. This time, however, it’s another Re title: Re:Coded. This entry in the Kingdom Hearts saga is unique in that it started off as a cellphone game in Japan and was a couple of years later ported to the DS. With no Kingdom Hearts 3 on the horizon and Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream, Drop, Distance coming soon for the 3DS, can Re:Coded satisfy fans until then?
Golden Sun: Dark Dawn Review
Part Zelda, part Final Fantasy with a dash of Pokemon, Golden Sun is still one of the best RPG series of the last 10 years.
Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective Review
At E3, I tried out Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective, and it didn't leave a great impression on me. Will the full game change my mind?
Sonic Colors Review
If there is such a thing as "un-jumping the shark" Sonic the Hedgehog just might be doing it. Earlier this year, Sega released Sonic The Hedgehog 4: Episode 1, which took the series back to its 2-D roots. Episode 1 was a good game, but it played it safe and didn’t experiment with the formula any. Sonic Colors, on the other hand, tries something different by giving Sonic some new color-based powers.
Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light Review
In a land far away, a mysterious crystal calls on four "Heroes of Light" to venture out into the world to stop an evil that is plaguing the land and its inhabitants. Sound familiar? It should, because that was the basis of Square’s first RPG: Final Fantasy. It is also the basis of Square-Enix’s latest game: Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light for the DS. Instead of a just a graphical face-lift, like previous iterations of the game, Square decided to start over. I say "start over" meaning: How would a Final Fantasy game be like if Square were a new company today? How would they use current technology to create a memorable game that gamers new to the series and to RPGs in general could get into?
Beat City Review
Beat City is like most of the rhythm games out there...except without the licensed music.
Dragon Quest IX - Sentinels of the Starry Skies Review
What could be considered the most popular console RPG series in the world, Dragon Quest IX doesn't show up on the console, but this time around, it's on the DS
Tetris Party Deluxe Review
Tetris is one of those games that no matter who you talk with, usually the response is �Oh yeah, I love that game!� From the early GameBoy version to ones found on cell phones, everyone has played some form of Tetris. With Tetris Party Deluxe for the Nintendo DS, a whole new generation of gamers will be able to experience the addictiveness of the gameplay for themselves.
Dementium II Review
The survival horror genre is definitely lacking on the Nintendo DS. Good thing there's the Dementium series to freak you out while you're on the go. Dementium II does just that.
Spectral Force Genesis Review
A new strategy RPG from Ignition Entertainment, the latest in the Spectral Force series is similar to Dragon Force. Or is it?
Pokemon Heart Gold/Soul Silver Review
The popular and critically acclaimed Pokemon Gold and Silver have been re-released by Nintendo. Is this simply a way to make a quick buck or is it worth the purchase for fans of the series?
Again Review
From the creators of Hotel Dusk, Again is another detective tale. Too bad the similarities between the games stop there.
Ace Attorney: Miles Edgeworth Investigations Review
Ace Attorney bad guy, Miles Edgeworth, gets a game of his own in Ace Attorney: Miles Edgeworth Investigations.
Ragnarok DS Review
Ragnarok is a DS RPG based on the famous MMORPG. Does it transfer genres well?
Glory of Heracles Review
A JRPG tale of Greek Mythology.
The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks Review
The 15th game in the LOZ series. If they say so...