Category:  Features

By Taryn Beach, July 15, 2014 0 Editorials, Features

This weekend, one of the biggest video game tournaments in the world took place.  Evo 2014 was held at the West Gate Hotel, formerly known as the Las Vegas Hilton and located right next to the Las Vegas Convention Center. … Read More »

By Austin Griffith, July 4, 2014 0 Features, News

Cliffy B’s new studio, Boss Key Productions, has just been ousted. While we know the obvious culprit of Cliff himself and most likely his wife, Lauren, being on board the team, we won’t be hearing anything about anyone else who’s… Read More »

By Austin Griffith, June 12, 2014 13 Features, Previews

We’ve been playing Bungie’s latest and greatest for a week now. Curious as to whether it’s worth your time? Read ahead to find out… Four years. Four long years. It has been this long since we have had our hands… Read More »

By Taryn Beach, June 11, 2014 4 E3 2014, Editorials

Gender equality controversy has once again struck the video game industry. This time Ubisoft has come under fire for what many believe are flimsy excuses regarding the absence of female character models in Ubisoft’s new Assassin’s Creed game, AC: Unity…. Read More »

By Taryn Beach, June 9, 2014 0 E3 2014, Editorials, Features, News

The new generation of consoles is here and Sony has jumped out to an early lead. It’s clear that Microsoft has been feeling the pressure as sweeping changes were rolled out for Xbox Live and Kinect is going to be… Read More »

By Austin Griffith, June 9, 2014 2 E3 2014, Editorials, Features

Halo: The Master Chief collection was announced today for the Xbox One, featuring the original multiplayer for every Halo game running on its original Xbox on the Xbox One. We have to ask ourselves a question now: is it the… Read More »

By Taryn Beach, May 20, 2014 6 Features

BioWare’s Mass Effect trilogy is an epic space opera chronicling the adventures of Commander Shepard as she, or he, attempts to save humanity and the rest of the galaxy, from an ancient race of deadly synthetic lifeforms.  Over the course… Read More »

By Chris Lock, May 19, 2014 1 Features, F’in Saved

It has been quite some time (well over a year) since the last F’in Saved. I thought I could bring it back from time to time as I had funny thoughts. This one came from a discussion the team had… Read More »

By Chris Lock, April 28, 2014 0 Features

Octodad is an absolute blast to play. The one complaint I could levy against it is its length. Flopping around as Octodad is so much fun that it is probably natural to to want even more of it. But just… 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 »