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May 6, 2015

Check Out the Blood-Drenched, Animated “Killogy” Teaser

Based on IDW Publishing’s over-the-top comic book series of the same name, Killogy is an animated dark comedy from creator Alan Robert, who’s best known as the songwriter and bassist of rock group Life of Agony.


May 1, 2015

MOVIE REVIEW: Amehngers: Age of Dulltron

The explosive opening sequence of Avengers: Age of Ultron appeared to be custom-tailored to give fans exactly what they’ve been longing for in a sequel — the team in the thick of things, working together on a mission, trading quips while punching, shooting, and stomping the opposition with all the choreographed finesse of a high-end…


April 22, 2015

Sony Pictures & Valiant Entertainment Announce Five-Film Deal

Following last month’s nine-figure deal with the Chinese film production group DMG, Valiant Entertainment has announced a partnership with Sony Pictures and Neal H Moritz, producer of the Fast & the Furious franchise, that will bring two of their award-winning superhero comic book series to the big screen.


April 4, 2015

Plot Westeros’ Next Military Uprising with the Game of Thrones Map and Marker Set

With the Season 5 premiere of HBO’s highly acclaimed series is nearly upon us, what better way to geek out in anticipation than with an incredible-looking decorative item that’s sure to be the centerpiece of your Game of Thrones viewing parties?  Thankfully, Dark Horse Collectibles has you covered.


March 27, 2015

Game Korner Review: Skullcandy’s SLYR Headset for Xbox One

Anyone who’s serious about gaming will tell you the importance of owning a high-quality headset.  Skullcandy has been a key name in headphones and portable audio for over a decade so, when I heard they had developed a headset exclusively for the Xbox One, I had to give it a try.


March 26, 2015

PAX East 2015: Knight Squad Delivers Multiplayer Insanity

Chainsawesome Games was host to a non-stop swarm of players eager to check out their indie party title, Knight Squad, at PAX East — a new eight-player free-for-all with elements pulled straight from classic games like Bomberman and Gauntlet.


March 17, 2015

PAX East 2015: Be Your Own Worst Enemy in Extreme Exorcism

Golden Ruby Games showcased one of the greatest indie titles on the PAX East show floor with Extreme Exorcism, a superbly punishing game that’s as adorable as it is challenging.


March 14, 2015

PAX East 2015: The Behemoth Whets Our Appetite with a Preview of “Game 4”

Aside from being the most lovable development studio in the business, The Behemoth consistently plays by their own rules and sees their games through until they’re perfect.


March 13, 2015

PAX East 2015: Put Your Film Knowledge to the Test with CINELINX

The Cards Against Humanity-sponsored indie tabletop area at PAX had a number of great demos running but, when I caught a glimpse of Cinelinx’s tagline — “A card game for people who love movies” — I had to check it out.


March 10, 2015

PAX East 2015: Hands-On with Lay Waste Games’ DRAGOON

Leading off our PAX coverage, we take a look at the single best gaming experience on the expo floor.


February 18, 2015

Toy Fair 2015: Square Enix/Play Arts Kai

Square/PAK unveil a slew of pieces inspired by all forms of media, from new and old licenses alike.


February 17, 2015

Action/RPGs Meet Tabletop Gaming in Hand of Fate

Developed and published by Defiant Development, Hand of Fate is a genre-bending title that exists at the crossroads of hack-and-slash adventure games and tabletop role-playing; incorporating deckbuilding elements with third-person action segments and a roguelike exploration system to create a unique, remarkably fun experience.


December 9, 2014

Telltale’s Game of Thrones is a Perfect Companion Piece to the HBO Series

Telltale Games have really made a name for themselves, especially following the release of 2012’s brilliant first season of The Walking Dead, with their penchant for developing episodic adventures and telling incredible stories in the process.  Their newest foray, set the world of George R.R. Martin’s Westeros, plunges players into the bloodshed and intrigue of…


November 28, 2014

Geometry Wars: Dimensions is Classic Gaming at its Finest

Geometry Wars: Dimensions, the sixth installment in the franchise and the first to be made without the involvement of original designer, easily delivers the most refined, addicting experience the series has ever offered and, like its predecessors, is poised to sell like gangbusters.


November 20, 2014

The Master Chief Collection is a Gloriously Assembled, Broken Game

Whetting Halo fans’ appetites while they continue to wait for the next installment of the franchise to hit shelves late next year (probably), Microsoft Studios and 343 Industries have released the Master Chief Collection exclusively on the Xbox One, assembling the four installments starring the titular hero into one colossal package.