Sep
29

October’s PlayStation Plus Games Look Amazing: Resident Evil, Transformers & More

After introducing a price hike that rose the price of PlayStation Plus as much as 30% in Canada, Sony had to something to show PlayStation owners that the extra $10 – $20 a year is justified. Sony’s surprise for subscribers? […]

Sep
28

The fate of Angel Island is revealed in Sonic Universe #90

SONIC UNIVERSE #90 The fate of Angel Island is revealed in “Shattered” Part Four: Time is running out for Knuckles and Amy!  The vile wizard Walter Naugus has made his big move, which means certain doom for our heroes!  And […]

Sep
26

Zelda 30th Anniversary Amiibo Spotted On Amazon.ca – Release Date Soon?

Earlier this month Nintendo announced an entire line of Zelda 30th anniversary amiibo figures that will launch later this winter. Now the quartet of new figures have been spotted in their first Canadian retail listing – product pages went live on […]

Sep
26

Interview: Clickteam’s Chris Carson About Their Upcoming Game Jam

I recently got the chance to interview Clickteam’s Chris Carson about the company’s upcoming “Weirder Stuff” game jam and month long contest. As I previously covered late last week the Weirder Stuff game jam + month long contest is aimed […]

Sep
25

Clickteam Launches Mysterious ‘Weirder Stuff’ Month Long Contest

Strange… nay, weird stuff are afoot at Clickteam’s website as they launch the first stage of their ‘Weirder Stuff’ month long contest + game jam. Not only are they giving away prizes such as their fantastic development environment Multimedia Fusion 2 […]

Sep
24

Polara | Review

I’ve played my share of runners with most of them being the endless variety. You run and run, avoiding enemies or other obstacles until you eventually fall. You try to beat out your top score or the scores others on […]

Sep
24

Dragon Ball Fusions announced for Nintendo 3DS

Bandai Namco has announced announces Dragon Ball Fusions, a new portable Dragon Ball Action-RPG experience, is coming for the Nintendo 3DS handheld system. Dragon Ball Fusions is planned for a release in North America on December 13th. Dragon Ball Fusions […]

Sep
24

The Road to the Emerald Nightmare

The Road to the Emerald Nightmare: Questing, Leveling, and Gearing Before Legion’s First Raid A great deal has happened since Blizzard Entertainment launched the 6th expansion to their perennial hit MMO, World of Warcraft titled Legion, on August 30, 2016. […]

Sep
23

September 22nd Nintendo Download

Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse – The Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse game is now available exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS system. The protagonist is a novice demon hunter in the ruins of Tokyo who meets an untimely end, only […]

Sep
23

Nintendo Dropping EU Retail Orders For The Wii U Should Be Cause For Concern

Word came out earlier today that retailers in the European Union have until the end of this month – just 7 days from now – to get their final orders in for Wii U hardware. None of this has been confirmed […]

Sep
22

Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 | Review

Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 follows up on its predecessors with a strange proposition. Imagine you’ve grown accustomed to driving a car without brakes. You hit other cars, you die, so you learn how to avoid doing so. You follow the road, […]

Sep
22

Blizzard to Drop Battle.net Branding

Today a news post on the World of Warcraft home page details their plans to discontinue the Battle.Net branding. Blizzard plans to phase out the use of Battle.Net in favor of the Blizzard moniker. Instead of “Battle.Net Voice” for example, it […]

Sep
22

Pokemon TCG Goes Retro With XY Evolutions’ Expansion Set

Remember the Pokemon TCG? For our readers in their late 20s, like myself, the Pokemon Trading Card Game might bring back memories of trading cards at recess and after school.  The latest expansion, the last in the X&Y line, celebrates […]

Sep
21

Microsoft Announces October’s Games With Gold

October’s Games with Gold have been announced today by Microsoft. As with last month, we are getting two Xbox one games and two Xbox 360 games that are backwards compatible. Which really means four Xbox One games! Score! Here’s how […]

Sep
20

Digital Homicide filing lawsuit against Valve

Indie developer, Digital Homicide has been under hot water recently. The developer is currently looking to raise money and seek legal representation to sue steam users due to poor reception of their games. While Digital Homicide states they are fighting […]