New ARMS Character: Helix joins the Fight

Share This: Nintendo just released a brand new fighter for their upcoming game ARMS. Helix is a creation of ARMS Laboratories. Helix stretches out when he jumps, and shrinks down when he dashes. This makes him extremely flexible in battle. This green blob can be seen in their trailer from Nintendo below and join the fight when ARMS launches on June 16th exclusively on the Nintendo Switch. He is sure… Read Article →

Why everyone should Play Dungeons & Dragons

Share This: For years I have wanted to play Dungeons & Dragons, but never had a group of adventurers brave enough to take the leap. After years of watching groups like Acquisition Inc, Tabletop Adventures/Escapades I longed for an adventure. Finally this year I was asked to take out my dice and roll for initiative. D&D might be something that seems extremely overwhelming and intimidating to someone unfamiliar with the… Read Article →

Journey: Revisited 5 Years Later And How Indie Gaming Was Impacted

Share This: It’s been five years since thatgamecompany released their smash hit Journey. I recently replayed Journey and I’ll be talking about how the game stands up five years later and how some of this year’s indie classics may have been inspired by indie game. (While you read, it’s worth listening to the Soundtrack to Journey) So for those of you that don’t know Journey is an indie game originally released exclusively for… Read Article →

Payday 2: The Game That Won’t Die

Share This: Overkill Software and Starbreeze Studios’ Payday 2 first released in 2013. You read that correctly. Payday 2 launched 4 years ago. Very few games still see support after a year but Payday 2 is a game free from the standardized system and is a game that still remains fully supported by both developer and community and is still incredibly popular. Mind you this is not a problem. As… Read Article →

Please Play: Snake Pass

Share This: For the majority of my life I have felt like a video game salesman to my friends. Having to give them bullet pointed lists of why a certain game is worth their time. Sometimes I succeed and get friends or family to dive deep into worlds that deserve, but its the times that I fail that always bother me. Please Play is a series of articles and maybe… Read Article →

Digital Download Ep. 40 Is it too Early for game of the Year?

On this exciting episode of Digital Download we have special guest ChrisFiddy weigh in on a bunch of stuff. We spend this episode looking forward at all the great games still left to come in 2017. We also finally get some insight on Horizon Zero Dawn as well as make our predictions for what we think may win game of the year! Yes we know its only April.

Digital Download Ep. 39 Is Emma Stone too Popular for Kojima?

On this Episode of Digital Download the gang is back together after everyone’s travel plans are over. We dive right into what was a hefty week of leaks. Between Destiny 2, Call of Duty WWII, Red Dead Redemption 2, and Emma Stone appearing in Death Stranding the gang has plenty to talk about.  

Digital Download Ep. 38: Does Anyone Really Care About Mass Effect: Andromeda?

On this episode we discuss JonTron’s racism and how that will impact parents’ decision to filter certain YouTubers based on what they believe. Plus we dig deep into gaming journalism’s care, or lack thereof, for Mass Effect: Andromeda. We had a special guest for this Podcast, Community Member Sam got to join Dan and Nick for this episode. So sit back and enjoy. And remember we are still hunting for… Read Article →

Think of the Children preview Pax East 2017

Share This: Think of the Children is an indie game developed by Australian developer Jammed up Studios. This gem of a game was discovered by us at Pax east 2017 as part of the Pax Aus roadshow. After chatting with one of the developers on the game we learned a little bit more about this aesthetically cute morbid game. Think of the children is a game where you play as… Read Article →