Video Games

Turns Out NES Golf Is Hidden In Every Nintendo Switch

by Peter Paltridgeon September 18, 2017
Data miners poking around the Nintendo Switch’s code found something unusual over the weekend: a hidden NES emulator and a fully functional copy of the original NES Golf game. The file was hidden under the name “flog,” which is “golf” backwards. There is no current method of accessing this game within the Switch firmware (and […]

Pillars of Eternity: Complete Edition (Xbox One) Review

by Nathan Gibsonon September 14, 2017
While the classic RPG might have been somewhat crowded out of the consoles space in recent times due to a focus more on first-person shooters, open-world sandbox games, and more action-orientated role-playing games, there has been a slight resurgence in recent times. Diablo 3 and the Wasteland 2 have shown there is certainly a market […]

2D “Splatformer” Splasher Coming Sept. 20th

by Todd Blackon September 14, 2017
What do you get when you mix the platforming excellence of the Mario series with inking gameplay mechanic of Splatoon? Well, you get the unique title called Splasher. A game coming to Steam, PS4, and Xbox One on Sept. 20th. “Set in a crazy cartoon universe, Splasher is a 2D platformer with unique arcade/action gameplay. […]

Claws Of Fury On Kickstarter Right Now

by Todd Blackon September 14, 2017
Have you ever wanted to be a cat ninja? What’s that? You never thought about it? Well you should! Because if being one is anything like Claws of Fury is describing, you’re going to want to be one! Claws of Fury is an indie game on Kickstarter right now, and they’re trying to make a […]

Endless Space 2 Update Finally Adds New Ships

by Nathan Gibsonon September 13, 2017
The latest Endless Space 2 update has arrived on Steam and introduces two brand new class of ships to the action for the very first time. The fighters and bombers add a new tactical layer to encounters, as they are able to give you a strategic advantage over certain cruisers and bigger ships.  As a […]

Rocket league Fall Update Brings Plenty Of New Content And Features

by Nathan Gibsonon September 13, 2017
This fall is set to see a big update for Rocket League which will include plenty of new content and features for players across all platforms. Perhaps the most requested is the ability to switch transparent goalposts on or off depending on preference for those who do not want to use the opaque models anymore. […]

Tooth And Tail Review

by Todd Blackon September 12, 2017
It’s always interesting to see how games change and morph to become something interesting and unique, and that definitely applies to Tooth and Tail. For on the surface, it seems like a simple RTS title, but as you dive into it, you realize that this is a game of true management of resources, mixed with […]

Fan Project Takes Super Mario 64 Online

by Peter Paltridgeon September 11, 2017
Mario 64 modder Kaze Emanuar is back at it again! Previously he brought the Super Mario Odyssey hat trick into Mario 64. Then he introduced a robust level editor to the game. Now he’s created an online mode! Once you connect to a remote server, up to 24 players can simultaneously play a Mario 64 […]

Archaica: The Path Of Light Review

by Todd Blackon September 10, 2017
One of the things I love about video gaming is that people sometimes forget that the most intense (and fun) games are the ones that have the simplest of concepts and mechanics. Yes, there are sprawling epics that test your mettle in multiple venues, but also, there are ones that test you in one faculty, […]

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LA Noire Coming To Modern Consoles, Including Switch

by Peter Paltridgeon September 7, 2017
Rockstar Games announced today they are rereleasing their 2011 detective game LA Noire for modern consoles….Playstation 4, XBox One, and Nintendo Switch. The fact that the Switch is being included in this conversation is a welcome and positive surprise for Nintendo fans, given that Rockstar has ignored the company’s machines ever since Grand Theft Auto: […]

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The Iron Oath: New Update Reveals Guild Management

by Jeffrey Harrison September 5, 2017
Curious Panda released a new update on the Kickstarter page for the upcoming RPG, The Iron Oath. The new update released today has details on Guild Management in the game. In The Iron Oath, players will be able recruit and manage the contracts of a guild roster in-game. The game has timespans that can last for […]

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The Iron Oath: Latest Stretch Goal Revealed

by Jeffrey Harrison September 4, 2017
In the latest update from developer Curious Panda on Kickstarter, the latest stretch goal was revealed for the upcoming RPG The Iron Oath. The other stretch goals were revealed across the marks of $65K, $70K, and $85K. The next stretch goal revealed today is the $85,000 one, which bodes for some impressive customization choices for players. […]