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PlayStation 4 Review: ‘Game of Thrones: A Telltale Game Series – Episode 5: A Nest of Vipers’

Game of Thrones, Episode Five, A Nest of Vipers, TellTale Games

Short even for TellTale's recent efforts, 'Game of Thrones: Episode 5 – A Nest of Vipers' does get the plot back on track. While it does again feel authentic, the episode also reminds players of the limits the game imposes. Read More »

Preview: ‘Guitar Hero Live’


"Guitar Hero" is coming back, and we got to check it out today Read More »

PlayStation 4 Review: ‘Batman: Arkham Knight’

Arkham Knight

In a world where games based on characters from movies/comics/TV shows/etc. regularly fall flat and feel like cheap cash-ins, the Arkham tale has excelled. Read More »

PlayStation 4 Review: ‘Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition’

Devil May Cry 4, Special Edition, PlayStation 4

Despite the original games flaws, the Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition is a worthwhile purchase, but charging for more DLC feels like double dipping. Read More »

PlayStation 4 Review: ‘Tales From the Borderlands: Episode 3 – Catch a Ride’

Tales From the Borderlands, Episode Three, Catch a Ride, TellTale Games

Tales From the Borderlands: Episode 3 - Catch a Ride might be one of the best episodic segments TellTale Games has ever put together, but its short length and technical limitations make its relative gaming value a tough sell. Read More »

E3 Expo: ‘Sword Coast Legends’ Brings Dungeon Masters Back – It’s 1978 Again, But With Computers


I was a Dungeon Master before being a Dungeon Master was cool. When I saw that n-Space was developing a video game with a Dungeon Master Mode set in a Dungeons and Dragons universe, I had to check it out. Read More »

E3 Expo: Video Games about Building Up, Not Blowing Up

bounty train

When I thought about attending the Electronic Entertainment Exposition – E3 – held at the Los Angeles Convention Center June 16-18, I wanted to find games about building things up, not just games about blowing things up. When my daughter was young, we would stay up all night sometimes playing Sim City. No shooting or hand grenades were involved. That’s the kind of game I was looking for. I found two good examples distributed by the German company Daedalic Entertainment: 'Bounty Train' and 'Valhalla Hills'. Both titles are still in development but look promising. Read More »

E3 Expo: 3 Queens get Creepy with the Crudashians, and Look – It’s Kanye!


As I was interviewing the 3 Queens of 3 Queens Media, a young man ran up and interrupted us. “Hey,” he yelled, “You’re all gonna be famous. Kanye just took your picture!” Kanye West, whom I’m told is somehow related to the Kardashians, was in attendance at E3. I’m still waiting for the fame to hit. Read More »

PlayStation 4 Review: ‘Game of Thrones: A Telltale Game Series – Episode 4: Sons of Winter’

Game of Thrones, Episode Four, Sons of Winter, TellTale Games

Even though 'Sons of Winter' runs you through some new activities, it's a fairly weak offering. Luckily, TellTale Games has another two episodes to finish the series strong. Read More »

PlayStation 4 Review: ‘Life is Strange: Episode 3 – Chaos Theory’

Life is Strange, Episode 3, Chaos Theory

Despite some dialogue inconsistencies, Life is Strange is on track to become the standard that episodic adventure games are measured against. Read More »