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By Chris Lock, April 22, 2014 2 PlayStation 4, PS Vita, Review

If you follow gaming media in any capacity you have probably heard of Octodad: Dadliest Catch. If not prepare to have your mind blown.

By Matt Curione, April 22, 2014 0 Pax East 2014, Previews

When I was preparing for PAX East a few weeks ago and deciding what games I would want to cover I received an e-mail from Cartoon Network Games listing the various releases they would be displaying. My eyes immediately jumped… Read More »

By Austin Griffith, April 21, 2014 1 Giveaway

Are you bored with every day gaming as you know it? Do you wish you could play one of the best, most creative, most insanely enjoyable titles to ever hit the iOS app store? Well fret not… now you can!… Read More »

By Matt Curione, April 20, 2014 0 News, Pax East 2014, Previews

Renegade Kid, developers of the upcoming Nintendo 3DS release Moon Chronicles, were on hand this last weekend at PAX East and I was able to get some hands-on time with the title as well as snag an interview with studio… Read More »

By Chris Lock, April 20, 2014 1 Podcasts, This Game Is Broken

Hohokum! In this strange episode Barry and Chris are joined By James Redmond and we talk about games. OK, so it’s maybe not that strange. You may notice a bit of weird editing at the end. Congratulations, you can spot… Read More »

By Austin Griffith, April 19, 2014 0 Review

Hitman is known notoriously for unforgiving stealth combat that punishes the most brazen of players until they either learn how to be properly quiet in their approach or just say “eff it” and go guns blazing. How, then, would you… Read More »

By Matt Curione, April 18, 2014 1 Pax East 2014, Previews

Once in a long while a game comes along that’s the perfect mix of the old and new. In 2012, that game came in the form of Dennaton Games’ Hotline Miami which was highly praised for its tight gameplay and… Read More »

By Austin Griffith, April 17, 2014 2 Features, Pax East 2014, Previews

It’s 7 at night and the cold, windy streets of Downtown south Boston are unusually empty. While I’d been used to seeing blue behemoth-clad lanyards dangling around everyone’s neck, this area was different… it was more, normal. Not a single… Read More »

By Chris Lock, April 17, 2014 0 News

Secrets of Rætikon was recently released on steam and we reviewed it. Being that it is a game all about secrets we decided to put together something that helps those stuck on the secrets. Understand that by continuing to read… Read More »

By Chris Lock, April 17, 2014 0 PC, Review

While drafting this review I continually hit a wall in the form of the question “How do you review a game that is all about secrets?” Secrets, by their nature, are supposed to be hidden. So by explaining why Secrets… Read More »