Game Is Bonkers: Killer Is Dead Review

The video-game medium is a complicated and diverse one. Sure if you look at the surface you’ll see the Call of Duty  titles and the Madden games, but if you closer you’ll see the more colorful titles like Devil May Cry, Pokemon, and “Tales of Xillia.” And speaking of colorful titles, Goichi “Suda 51” Suda…

“Skullgirls” to be Delisted from PSN and XBLA by the End of December, What this Means for the DLC

Unfortunate news from the Internet: “Skullgirls,” a fan-favorite versus fighting game from Lab Zero Games will be de-listed from the PlayStation Network and the Xbox Live Arcade by the end of December. This shouldn’t cause any problems for people who already have it downloaded to their hard drives, but according to a Skullgirls.com post by…

Time and Eternity: A Glorified Point and Click

Allow me to preface this review by stating officially that I haven’t ever played an actual dating simulation, so starting up “Time and Eternity” was quite an experience. At first, I wondered just what I had gotten myself into. At first glance, it seemed like I had begun a visual novel styled dating simulation, due…

Free the games: An Ouya review

It’s been a while since I did any hardware reviews, but today, I finally got my hands on the little android console known as the Ouya. Over a year ago, the Ouya came at us with a promising kickstarter campaign that raised over eight million dollars. The question remaining here is; does the little device…