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In a rare departure from movie reviews, the Fear Fan tackles an ambitious game that tries to bring Ridley Scott's Alien to the small screen. Does it succeed, or lay more eggs than an alien queen?
This time, Sofie plays something which truly is special.
Just in time to miss Halloween, Roland reviews a game that's legitimately scary... for how bad it is.
The Suspect takes a look at the 2014 video game adaptation of The Legend of Korra, developed by Platinum Games.
Sofie takes a look at a game from the Danish indie developer Playdead. What did Sofie's proud Danish brothers and sisters come up with this time?
Renegado reviews a video game that was actually made in Mexico! Not only that, it's also inspired by one of the most popular and beloved Mexican comedy shows: El Chavo del Ocho.
Quod erat demonstratum, eh mofuckas? If you think this video is too confrontational, suck it! Roland works for a living, and doesn't have time to mince words on the internet. So let's rock and roll, and say your piece in the comments section.
Sofie reviews Thomas Was Alone, a game created by indie developer Mike Bithel.
Sofie treads dangerous waters as she releases her second game review, officially becoming a female game reviewer. This time, in a extension to Miyazaki March, Sofie reviews the Studio Ghibli and Level 5 collaboration Ni No Kuni. And as an avid RPG gamer, she's found the game she dreamed of as a child that truly has it all.
Phil Buni is addicted to Blizzard's new digital collectible card game that's free to play, Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft. Did he mention that it's free to play?
Body Harvest is a game where you travel back in time to stop an alien invasion force that's come to earth to harvest the human population.
The FMV shooter Sewer Shark is actually a pretty fun game.
Cecil looks at the outlandish survival horror game Disaster Report.
It's Edutainment Month! So enjoy this video, in which Roland tries to string together a bunch of random clips of human suffering into seven minutes of light-comedy.
“The Arnold sprite is quite amusing. A bit on the chunky side, it looks like what would happen if Schwarzenegger had Joe Don Baker’s physique.”
The Suspect reviews South Park: The Stick of Truth for the Xbox 360, the latest South Park game and easily the best licensed game he's played in a long time, despite its brevity. After all, how many other games feature killer Nazi fetuses and let you summon Jesus Christ to destroy your enemies?
For the second installment of Good Bad Games, Cecil takes a look at the vastly underrated Golden Axe: Beast Rider.
The Suspect reviews the latest installment in the Final Fantasy series.
There's a new Dragon Ball Z game, right on schedule! We've had one of these just about every year for the last ten years, but the last few have been terrible. With Battle of Z, a new developer and style of game play attempt to mix things up. So let's see how well that works.
In Sofie's first game review, she reviews the puzzle game adventures series Professor Layton, created for the Nintendo DS and 3DS, about a professor and his apprentice who go on adventures and solve puzzles as well as mysteries.