Monthly Archives: December 2014

One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3 Jump Festa Trailer — Funny Japanese Fun

Manga is huge in Japan. Like hundreds-of-millions-in-circulation huge. Nothing like comics in the United States. One Piece is HUGE. Japanese love One Piece. One Piece ain’t a dress. It’s some MacGuffin treasure everyone’s searching for. The main character, Luffy, is not only after the One Piece, but the kid wants to be the King of… Read More »

Battle Academy – Battle for Normandy Walkthrough

Battle Academy is the top mobile World War 2 strategy game. Nothing comes close. At $19.99, it’s also one of the priciest but it’s worth it – it reminds me of old-school bookcase awesomeness, Squad Leader. Here’s how you win the Battle for Normandy scenario. Objectives: Clear the beach area. Secure Causeways. Save the paratroopers… Read More »

Immune Defense on Kickstarter — Is curing people more fun than infecting people?

Infecting people with a deadly disease is fun. In a game. Only a poor excuse for a human being would enjoy wiping out his entire species in real life. But in a game, it’s fun to create, mutate and spread pathogens that can’t be cured. Now, will a game about curing people, instead of infecting… Read More »

Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens Trailer GTA V Parody — What movie would you make in Grand Theft Auto?

I would watch an entire movie made in the world of Grand Theft Auto. Yes, the full two hours of it. For now, I’ll settle for trailer parodies like the one for Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens. Who needs actors? Who needs expensive equipment, crew and sets? All you need is GTA and a… Read More »

Life is Strange Reveal Trailer — Will your actions in Episode One change your life in Episode Five?

Life is Strange is like a choose-your-own-adventure book except it’s a video game. Remember those? You make one decision, see how it goes, and then go back several pages and make a different decision and see where that goes? That’s this game. The Reveal Trailer shows a teen named Max in a high school world… Read More »

Top Ten Retro Video Games to give as Christmas gifts

Christmas time means new video game releases, but it doesn’t have to be. Here are top classics on Steam to stuff them stockings with retro lovin’: 10) Stronghold ($5.99) Some repetitiveness after a while, but still intriguing fortification action. Love or dread? Dread every time! 9) Mortal Kombat ($9.99) The game that changed it all.… Read More »

No Man’s Sky Gameplay Trailer — Where No Gamer’s Gone Before

A year ago I said that No Man’s Sky will be the addiction of 2015. After watching the new gameplay trailer, there’s no doubt. The PS4/Windows adventure from Hello Games will feature both single-player (including offline) and multiplayer modes. The video doesn’t showcase either but gives an idea of how it could work online as… Read More »

Dying Light Story Trailer — He’s just a poor parkour instructor, leave him alone

Dying Light has parkour, an open world, and zombies. What more do you need? Well, a game’s gotta have a story, so there’s a story, and when there’s a story, there’s a story trailer. Such is the code of gaminghood these days. The story is a big wad of playdough – all colors squeezed into… Read More »