Author: Bryan

No Man’s Sky: Four Things We Did

The No Man’s Sky craze has begun. The game that has been on the mind of gamer’s all across the globe since it was first announced is finally out in public hands. What promises to be an expansive space adventure, players are already scouring planets for resources, trying to meet up with one another, and naming things with ridiculous names. We are working on our review of No Man’s Sky, but because the game is so large and we weren’t able to start on the review until it officially launched, we aren’t expecting to have it finished for another...

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Ray Gigant Now Available on Steam

Ray Gigant, originally only available as a digital download for the PlayStation Vita, is now available on Steam, publisher Acttil has announced. Those who purchase the game this week will find that the price is 40% off. The Steam release also features improved visuals, and the option to have the text display in Japanese. The full press release can be found below. “Acttil is excited to announce that the fierce dungeon RPG, Ray Gigant™ , originally released on the PlayStation®Vita system with PlayStation®TV compatibility on both North American and European PlayStation®Network, is now available worldwide for PC via Steam...

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Rime by Tequila Works Secures a Publisher

Rime, that game from Tequila Works that was originally scheduled to be released as a PlayStation 4 exclusive before being bought back by Tequila Works, has found a new publisher, Grey Box and Six Foot have announced. Check out the full press release below that has all the important details. “Grey Box and Six Foot have announced they are teaming up with developer Tequila Works to publish the studio’s much-anticipated adventure game, RiME. “From its very first moving reveal, RiME has been a game that has excited and fascinated our team,” said Christian Svensson, COO of Six Foot. “Tequila...

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GWENT: Closed Beta Launch Date

CD PROJEKT RED has announced that the targeted Closed Beta launch date for GWENT: The Witcher Card Game will no longer be hitting its targeted September date. Citing the need for more time with the game before releasing it to the public for testing, the new launch date for the Closed Beta is now scheduled for October 25. Check out the official trailer below if you have yet to see it....

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2064: Read Only Memories Delayed

Developer MidBoss has announced today that 2064: Read Only Memories has been delayed from it’s original scheduled launch date of August 16. As of now, the game is set to be released on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita sometime in mid-to-late September. More information will be released from MidBoss as soon as they have an actual date. Feel free to check out the trailer highlighting the voice acting cast below....

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PlayStation Meeting to Be Held on September 7

News has been breaking the last day about a meeting that Sony plans on holding in New York City at the PlayStation Theater on September 7. Invitations have been sent out to various media outlets for coverage of the event. It is expected that the PlayStation 4 Neo, the more powerful version of the PlayStation 4 confirmed to be real by Andrew House before E3, will be the focus of the event. While specs and details of the PlayStation 4 Neo are not known at this time, it will be interesting to see exactly what Sony decides to do...

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Letter Quest Remastered Review

Sitting around during a family game night playing Scrabble, have you ever thought to yourself, “What this game needs is a sense of adventure and role playing mechanics?” If so, then Letter Quest Remastered is the perfect game for you! Title: Letter Quest Remastered Publisher: Bacon Bandit Games Developer: Bacon Bandit Games Available On: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PS Vita, PC Reviewed On: PlayStation 4 Release Date: May 17, 2016 Copy Supplied by Developer Letter Quest Remastered follows the grim reapers Grimm and Rose in their epic quest to get a pizza. Along the way, you’ll face a handful of different enemies...

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Abzu Review

A fascinating trip into the underwater world, Abzu does everything right and really shows just how large the ocean is. Diving deeper and deeper into the ocean and game, you’ll soon come face to face with a story that is wonderfully told through imagery and an artistic style that has to be seen to be believed. Title: Abzu Publisher: 505 Games Developer: Giant Squid Studios Available On: PlayStation 4 and PC Reviewed On: PlayStation 4 Release Date: August 2, 2016 Copy Purchased Back in 2012, a simple yet beautiful game by the name of Journey was released for the PlayStation 3. It...

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A Message to Nintendo

How Nintendo Shaped My Childhood and Created My Love of Video Games It all started when I was three years old, sitting at the end of my Uncle’s bed, watching him run through Super Mario Bros. 2. I was captivated by what I was seeing on the screen, and wanted to know everything that was happening, and why. Since I was only three, my Uncle was hesitant to let me try the game, and his NES in general, so I had to wait until one day when he wasn’t home, and my Grandma actually let me try it out....

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Rising Islands Review

Take a trip back to the era of the PlayStation and Nintendo 64, when games like Spyro the Dragon, Donkey Kong 64, Gex: Enter the Gecko, Banjo Kazooie, and Super Mario 64 captured the imagination and hearts of players everywhere. Rising Islands attempts to recapture that same feeling, on a much simpler scale. Title: Rising Islands Publisher: Soedesco Developer: Lone Hero Studios Available On: PC Reviewed On: PC Release Date: August 2, 2016 Copy Supplied by Publisher *DISCLAIMER* This review was written and based off of the current state of the game as of this posting. There was a patch...

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