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We Happy Few Kickstarter Funded

We Happy Few Kickstarter Funded

Compulsion Games, the studio that brought you the surreal Contrast, is back at it with the trippy drug fueled dystopian We Happy Few. While it was announced awhile back Compulsion recently launched a kickstarter campaign to help fund the game and is now fully funded with days to go. This is great news because the concept and gameplay premise looks really great. Head over to their Kickstarter page ...[Read More]

Xbox Free Games with Gold Announced for July

Xbox Free Games with Gold Announced for July

Every month, Microsoft releases a couple games for free for their Xbox Gold subscribers. This month sees two Xbox One games (a rarity) and two 360 games being added to the list. For the first half of July, Xbox One owners can download Assassins Creed 4: Black Flag for free on Xbox One (until July 31) and Plants vs Zombies on the 360 (until July 15). Starting on July 16, Xbox One owners can downloa...[Read More]

The Dadcade E3 Wrap-up

The Dadcade E3 Wrap-up

Scott If there is one thing I am thankful for every year around E3 time, it’s that I have an office job. I block off time on my calendar, get lunch, and watch the press conferences in the comfort of my desk while my coworkers are blissfully unaware that I’m feeding my addiction for the latest and greatest in video game announcements. There are always big surprises and the ones from thi...[Read More]

Microsoft Announces Backwards Compatability for Xbox One

Microsoft Announces Backwards Compatability for Xbox One

Microsoft announced today that backwards compatibility will be available soon for Xbox One users. You will be able to play all previously purchased Xbox 360 games as well as retail discs in the Xbox One drive. More information to follow, but initial signs point to this being available to Xbox One preview program users soon and then by holiday for everyone else. ...[Read More]

Fallout 4 is Coming This Year!

Fallout 4 is Coming This Year!

Those who stayed up last night to watch the Bethesda E3 Press Conference were treated to one of the better press conferences in recent memory. The show started off basic enough with Doom getting a solid 20 minutes of coverage (a little overkill in my opinion). Then Dishonored 2 was announced as well as a remastered Dishonored 1. The show ended though with what everyone was waiting for – Fall...[Read More]

Our E3 Predictions

Our E3 Predictions

Every year, the entire video game world converges on California for E3 – The Electronic Entertainment Expo. People in the gaming world and fans from all across the world anxiously await news of new releases and footage from games to be released in the future. This is the place where the biggest and best video game announcements are made and one thing that you can always bet will precede the ...[Read More]

Mega Man Legacy Collection Announced

Mega Man Legacy Collection Announced

Capcom announced today that Mega Man Legacy Collection will be hitting this summer for Xbox One, PS4, and PC (with the 3DS version coming out by end of year). The Legacy Collection as it is so named, will include Mega Man games 1 – 6 with “added HD flair and extras.” What are these extras? According to the trailer below they include replays and leaderboards as well as a new chall...[Read More]

Schrodinger’s Cat Review

Schrodinger’s Cat Review

It seems like every month we get bombarded with pre-teaser teasers, super top secret leaked potential game websites and over the top, over produced trailers for big AAA games. While I have nothing against these big games, they often distract and overshadow the dozens of other great, smaller games being released every month. Case in point with Team 17 and Italicpig’s Schrödinger’s Cat R...[Read More]

Arcania: The Complete Tale Review

Arcania: The Complete Tale Review

Arcania was a game that released back on the PC in 2010. I remember playing it back then and I actually enjoyed my time spent with it. But there is something you must know about me – I tend to like bad games from time to time and others like to poke fun of me for it (I was a fan of Too Human, enough said, right?). Arcania wasn’t labeled a bad game per se, but it wasn’t looked at ...[Read More]

Mortal Kombat X Review

Mortal Kombat X Review

After months of hype and anticipation and a steady stream of new info Mortal Kombat X (MKX) is finally out on Next Gen Consoles and PC. Were my months and months of anxiously waiting this game all in vain? Did it deserve to be our game of the month? Yes, a wholehearted resounding YES! To put it simply, if you slightly enjoyed NetherRealm’s last outing with Injustice: Gods Among US, then you ...[Read More]

The Best Mobile Apps for Kids

The Best Mobile Apps for Kids

Imagine for a moment that you’re a toddler, full of energy and a thirst for knowledge and exploration. You just want to wonder around, touching and learning and asking questions. Now imagine the most exciting place you’ve ever been to as a child, chances are it was a place you could do everything your little heart desired. Now imagine the opposite of the most exciting place you’v...[Read More]

Fallout 4 Confirmed for Xbox One, PS4, and PC

Fallout 4 Confirmed for Xbox One, PS4, and PC

We have been waiting a couple days for the reveal of Fallout 4 from Bethesda. Earlier this week, a countdown timer popped up over at fallout.bethsoft.com in which the time was ticking down to 10AM EST, in which something related to Fallout would be announced. According to Polygon, the website actually went live for some early today and is indeed the announcement of Fallout 4 like we all hoped. The...[Read More]

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