Flashback Friday – Catherine

by travis_stywallon March 17, 2017
When people sometimes ask me what some of my favorite video games are, I always seem to mention the 2012 puzzle platforming gem, Catherine. With a title so simple as Catherine people can’t help but ask what the game is about and because of its unique qualities I get so excited to explain to others […]

Flash Back Friday: Top 10 Xbox Games/Franchises

by Ryan Welchon November 18, 2016
What is your favorite Xbox game or franchise? Ryan lists his favorites in honor of the 15 year anniversary of Xbox!

Xbox Games with Gold – October

by Ryan Welchon October 1, 2016
October has arrived (cue Green Day “Wake Me Up When September Ends” memes) and with it comes new games in the Games with Gold program on Xbox Live.  This month is a pretty normal month with 2 Xbox One titles and 2 Xbox 360 backwards compatible games.  Here is a list of the games and […]

Life Is Strange – Digital Series

by Noel Doyleon July 27, 2016
Announced today by Greg Siegel, Senior Vice President of Development and Production for Legendary Digital Studios is the partnership between Square Enix and Legendary Digital Studios on a Digital episodic game based on the popular title Life is Strange. This digital series will be developed and produced in conjunction with Dmitri Johnson and Dan Jevons […]

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 […]

History of Battlefield: From the Front Lines

by Jason Germinoon July 8, 2016
The year was 2002. I was finishing up my final year of high school (graduating in 2003), and I was ready to break into the PC gaming world very unexpectedly. In the small town of Los Banos, California high speed internet was ungodly expensive and listening to the glorious, now joke-able tones of a dial […]