Review – Imprint-X

by Jason Germinoon February 14, 2017
Imprint-X is an affordable puzzle game that may very well make you break your mouse, but that could be a good thing. The quick story behind Imprint-X is that you are a hacker clone and nano bots which are called Wardens. These Wardens are getting into people’s brains and enslaving them. You have to hack […]

Review: King Oddball

by Curt Callawayon February 13, 2017
A game produced by 10tons King Oddball is loosely a physics based destruction puzzle solver. It’s very reminiscent of Angry Birds with some little twists. Instead of a slingshot you play as King Oddball, a giant moon….. not a space station, and with your crazy long tongue you hurtle huge rocks at tanks, helicopters, and […]

Sony Games Going Mobile In 2018

by noelpdon October 15, 2016
Sony has announced that they will be releasing games to the mobile platform in or around March of 2018. This may be in response to Nintendo moving forward to the mobile platform as well. Games will be created for both Android and iOS platforms. Exactly what games will be released has still yet to be […]

Release Date Announced for Episode 1 of Telltale’s Batman Series

by Ryan Welchon July 19, 2016
Episode 1 of Telltale’s Batman series will arrive digitally on August 2nd! Episode 1, titled Realm of Shadows, puts you in the role of the iconic superhero in a brand new, original story.  It will be available on many platforms, including Steam, PS3 and 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and mobile platforms.  The series will […]

GameOctane’s Pokemon Go first impressions

by Jason Germinoon July 10, 2016
Ryan – First impression?  Besides the server hiccups and GPS issues, this game has some great potential.  I spent an afternoon with my son at the splash pad today.  We played in the water and took breaks looking for Pokemon.  The game is very easy to use, although a little glitchy at times.  We stood […]

Duet: Make Your Phone Even More Hypnotic and Distracting

by Kal_Ellieon May 20, 2016
By Allie W, Editor/Collaborator – May 20, 2016 I’m not usually one for mobile games, but Duet has kept my attention long past my usual tolerance. It’s something that I would classify (however poorly) as a mesmerizing dodger game. It is fairly reminiscent of The Impossible Game and I’m even getting some flashbacks from Thomas […]