Category: PREVIEWS

E3 2015: The Ratchet & Clank re-imagining trailer looks awesome

Why bother with E3? The much anticipated PS4 re-imagining-boot of Ratchet & Clank has just released its first trailer, and it looks pretty darn good. All of E3’s goodies are splurging onto the internet already and the show is still days away. It must feel like a guest at house party who arrives on time ...

Nintendo Direct Micro Recap: Small Video, Huge News

Today, Nintendo released a very special Nintendo Direct. Even though it’s a short video (and Nintendo is calling it a Nintendo Direct Micro), it announced a lot of really awesome things that Nintendo fans are sure to be excited about. You can watch the Nintendo Direct Micro below. So let’s recap and expand on what ...

Neverwinter: Strongholds Expansion Coming Soon

Dungeons & Dragons: Neverwinter is a wildly successful and popular MMORPG for PC and Xbox One. In fact, earlier this year I wrote an article about why I think that Neverwinter belongs on every Xbox One. Today, Perfect World Entertainment and Cryptic Studios announced that Neverwinter will be receiving its seventh expansion in the form of an update called Strongholds. ...

Nintendo eShop Spotlight: Samurai Defender

Samurai Defender is one of the only new 3DS eShop offerings this week. This isn’t surprising, seeing as it is launching alongside the high-profile release of Puzzle & Dragons Z + Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition. Samurai Defender is a 3DS port of an iOS/Android game released by Link Kit, Inc, a Japanese developer that focuses mainly ...

Xbox One Spotlight – Lifeless Planet: Premier Edition

Lifeless Planet first hit Steam on June 6, 2014. After proving to be a huge success with fans despite receiving a lukewarm reception from critics, Stage 2 Studios has brought the sci-fi adventure platformer to Xbox One in the form of Lifeless Planet: Premier Edition. You take the role of an astronaut who has been sent on a ...

Stretchmo – First Impressions

Stretchmo came as quite a surprise. Without any advertisement or promotion, Nintendo published Stretchmo on the Nintendo eShop on May 14. The title is free to download, and seven puzzles come with the free version. Players can then choose to purchase additional puzzles in separate packs or as a complete bundle. Mallo’s Playtime Plaza brings 100 puzzles ...

Steam Greenlight Spotlight: Shape of the World

Today’s Greenlight Spotlight is on Shape of the World, a first-person exploration game with procedurally-generated environments that grow around you. First off, the game’s beauty really drew me in. While the art style presents no realism, it fills my mind with sensations of relaxation and peace. This would be a perfect example of a game ...

iOS Spotlight: Fearless Fantasy

Fearless Fantasy, developed by Enter Skies and published by tinyBuild, came to Steam in May 2014. Today, tinyBuild released the game on the Apple App Store for iPhone and iPad. At its core, Fearless Fantasy is an adventure RPG with turn-based combat. However, tinyBuild turns the traditional notion of turn-based combat on its head by incorporating gestures and ...