Kornercast Podcast #101- Venturing into the Valaverse with MU Review

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January 3, 2013

Looking Back: Our Favorite Video Games of 2012

Looking back, 2012 was a great year for gaming.  Sure, it was home to the possibly the biggest disappointment of all time followed by the second biggest, but aside from that there was much fun to be had.  Let’s take a look back at the ten titles we enjoyed the most.


May 22, 2012

Max Payne 3 Review

With its last entry having been released nearly ten years ago and its sequel suffering numerous delays and setbacks, the future of the Max Payne franchise looked bleak for a while.  When the first footage of Max Payne 3 was finally rolled out last year, I was admittedly a bit apprehensive about the drastic changes apparent…


April 15, 2012

PAX East 2012: Max Payne 3

Rockstar Games’ booth at PAX East 2012 was host to a slick visual design, thumping house beats, piles of swag and, most importantly, a playable build of a game that I’ve been anticipating for nearly a decade: Max Payne 3. As such, that was my very first stop at this year’s convention and I’m happy…


April 8, 2012

PAX East 2012: On the Floor with Triforce

  Among the maze of crowded booths, flashing LCD displays, and booming soundsystems, Triforce’s elegantly subtle presentation demanded the attention of passers-by. Being unveiled to the public for the first time were several new prop collectibles straight from some of your favorite games. To say these pieces looked amazing would be a gross understatement and,…


October 16, 2011

NYCC: Max Payne 3 Preview

The first two entries in the Max Payne series remain some of my favorite games of all time – specifically because of the excellent narratives that they were built around. Developer Remedy Entertainment had really nailed their execution of a modern film noir story.  Told through a series of graphic novel styled frames, Max’s gravelly…