Friendships End With Super Mario 3D World – Two Friends, One Backlog

Friendships End With Super Mario 3D World – Two Friends, One Backlog

 
First Trailer for New Ace Attorney Game, Dai Gyakuten Saiban

First Trailer for New Ace Attorney Game, Dai Gyakuten Saiban

 
Take a Few Balls to the Face in Lethal League

Take a Few Balls to the Face in Lethal League

 

Twinfinite EP: Spate OST Review – A Slow Burn

[Occassionally Twinfinite's Endless Playlist gets a new album to review. This week it's the Spate OST composed by Mike Raznick] I wrote in my original review that the music relied mostly on orchestral strings and haunting vocals to complete the dark atmosphere of Spate and having gotten a chance to listen to the full album, … [read more]

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Life Goes On Review – The Adventures of Sir Lives-A-Lot

 
 
 
 
 
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Viscera Cleanup Detail Review – Cleanup on Aisle Gore

 
 
 
 
 
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Demon Gaze Review – Is That a Vocaloid?

 
 
 
 
 
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Deception IV: Blood Ties Review – Devil’s Daughter, In the Castle, With the Guillotine

 
 
 
 
 
 

Take a Few Balls to the Face in Lethal League

If you were to throw a Stephen Chow movie, baseball, a 16-bit fighting game, and some Wu-Tang-esque beats into a blender, you’d probably make Lethal League. Dutch developer Reptile Games did exactly that and are bringing this one of a kind “projectile based” fighting game. What it essentially boils down to is your character facing … [read more]

Can’t Sleep? Upcoming Videogame Arrangement Wants to Help

Find a comfy pillow, pour yourself a nice glass of red wine (or warm milk if you’re under 21!), and let saxophonist Norihiko Hibino and pianist AYAKI play you a relaxing lullaby.  That’s the idea at least behind Scarlet Moon Records’ new arrangement of soothing videogame tracks: Prescription for Sleep: Game Music Lullabies.

Ubisoft Touts Player Diversity, New Map For Ghost Recon Phantoms

In case you missed it, Ghost Recon Phantoms was recently released to PC and Steam. The free-to-play multiplayer take on the tactical multiplayer of the Ghost Recon series, and effectively a gigantic re-do of Ghost Recon Online, has been rather successful for Ubisoft, becoming the third highest played free-to-play title on Steam. The game is actually quite a lot of … [read more]

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