Top 10 Games to Look Forward to in 2015

The year 2014 made way for a long string of very good titles, such as Dragon Age: Inquisition, Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor, the huge budget burner Destiny, the latest Assassin’s Creed, the second installment of the Dark Souls series, FarCry 4, flashy Titanfall and so much more. All in all, it has been a full year that catered to many of our gaming tastes and delights. But now, a new year arrives and with it, promise of another round of … [Read more...]

Hearthstone: The New Blizzard Card Deck Game

Everyone here loves Blizzard, and that much is pretty clear by now. But while the game publishing giant is known mostly for its World of Warcraft franchise and, to some nostalgic players perhaps, for its older games adventure and fantasy RPGs Starcraft and Diablo, there is more to Blizzard than meets the eye. Recently, the media franchise has launched Hearthstone, a type of game almost none of the fans would ever expect from the company: a game … [Read more...]

The South Park World of Warcraft Episode and Gamer Humour

This post is meant to make you recall a great South Park episode that aired 8 years ago, on October 4, 2006, called Make Love, Not Warcraft. The South Park World of Warcraft episode and gamer humor are the topic of today’s post. This episode, which is the eighth episode of the tenth season of the animated television series and the 147th episode overall, won a 2007 Emmy Award in the category of "Outstanding Animated Program (for programming less … [Read more...]

Zombie Game Dying Light Will Hit the Stores on January 27th

According to a news release by Techland, Dying Light, its highly-anticipated action survival game, will hit the stores in 2015 on January 27th in North America, January 28th in Australia and New Zealand, and January 30th in Europe and Asia. That's slightly ahead of schedule, as the game was previously supposed to launch sometime in February 2015. Nevertheless originally the game was scheduled to arrive this fall. When it's released, Dying … [Read more...]

Destiny Awaits You for the Experience of the Year

The video game studio that’s behind Halo is releasing a supposedly new blockbuster hit Tuesday, called Destiny. It is reportedly the most expensive video game ever made. The game will be in stores on September 9 and it will put players in the role of guardians of the last city on Earth, with enemies to battle, special powers to wield, and planets to explore. in other words, Destiny awaits you for the experience of the year. This is Bungie’s … [Read more...]

The War Z Returns

The highly controversial Zombie Survival MMO, The War Z, has now returned to Steam. By controversial, I mean the developer, Hammerpoint Interactive, flat-out lied and misled consumers on their Steam page. In December of last year, the anticipated game released on Steam to complaints left and right. On the Steam homepage of the game, there were so many promises and details listed that were either not in the game at all or incomplete in its current … [Read more...]

Assassin’s Creed IV Announced

Did you enjoy half-English, half-Native American Assassin, Connor, and his adventure last year through the wilds of New England? Still playing it? Well, regardless, Ubisoft has officially announced this morning that a new Assassin’s Creed will be coming to you this fall. Entitled Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, you play as a brand new Assassin in a brand new time period (19th Century slave trade anyone?) that apparently has a thing for pirates. … [Read more...]

Let’s Fish! Hooked On (PSVita) gets priced and dated!

Wired Productions announced yesterday that their upcoming PlayStation Vita title, Let's Fish! Hooked On will be released in North America on January 29th and Europe on January 30th via the PlayStation Network.  The full-scale fishing game will be priced at $19.99. Developed by the team who created SEGA Bass Fishing and Ape Escape on the PSP, Let's Fish! Hooked On will allow you to tackle four challenging game modes while utilizing a unique … [Read more...]

Increase in Risk & Reward in Video Games Brings Entertainment Value

Video games used to be just that.  Video games you played alone or with friends hunkered down around the same screen as you watching you progress through the same levels over and over trying to get further than your past exploits.  In todays world, however, some video games have been designed to be more virtual worlds than anything, often with a real-life Risk & Reward system that can result in big payoffs both in-game and in the real … [Read more...]