Category Archives: News

Tank Warfare: Tunisia 1943 — Brutal Desert Warfare comes to Steam

I can’t get enough of World War 2 strategy games.  Been playing them since Squad Leader — yes, the bookcase game.  And then of course, its computer game offspring, Close Combat, and then others, such as Panzer Leader, West Front, Sudden Strike, et al. Tank Warfare: Tunisia 1943 from publisher, Strategy First, and developer, Graviteam,… Read More »

Brawl of Ages — New Collectible Card Arena

Brawl of Ages is a new card-collectible arena battle game.  Looks like a good one.  Check it out: EMERGING NEW GAME GENRE COMES TO PC WITH EARLY ACCESS LAUNCH OF BRAWL OF AGES New Collectible Card Arena (CCA) game from S2 Games combines quick-thinking strategy with deep customization options only possible on PC KALAMAZOO, MI… Read More »

Logres English version Beta — the JRPG we’ve been waiting for!

Mobile RPGs are everywhere these days but not many are any good.  Logres is actually one of the better JRPGs and it’s opening English Beta in April.  Definitely one to try out. Here’s more info: English version of top grossing Japanese Mobile Game, “Logres: Japanese RPG” launches beta test on April! Tokyo, Japan – March 27, 2017 – Marvelous… Read More »

Reservoir Dogs: Bloody Days — As good as the ear-cutting scene?

Tarantino’s Reservoir Dogs has one of the best ear-cutting scenes in cinema history.  It might even be the best mutilation scene ever.  What makes it great? It doesn’t actually show it. Yep, like a good book, the picture is painted in our brains, which makes it much more intense.  And intensity is at the heart… Read More »

Pico SDK — Create content for Pico Neo CV

This is exciting stuff.  Got a a cool VR game concept?  It’ll soon be easier to make idea to reality. Pico will soon release the Software Development Kit for its VR headset, Pico Neo CV. Here’s more info: The Pico SDK opens endless possibilities for independent creators and AAA studios to develop innovative applications, including… Read More »

Hyper Universe — Side-scrolling MOBA. It’s cool, there’s a giant Snowman

Side-scrollers are cool.  Side-scrolling MOBAs have got to be intense.  Hyper Universe is coming and looks to be a good one.  How do I know?  It has a huge Frosty the Snowman, among other quirky weirdness. Check it out: Shaking up the MOBA genre with a unique new twist, Nexon America today announced it will… Read More »

The Videokid — Skating, butt-huggers, mousse…do I really wanna go back to the ’80s? Oh, yes I do!

If you really need more ’80s nostalgia, here’s The Videokid.  Yes, the The proves it’s The Videokid and not some imitation.  Pixel Trip Studios’s retro-ish romp through radical-ville is a scrolling skating game for points and big-bang glory.  Need I say more? Okay, Pixel Trip Studios is British, but people drive on the right side… Read More »

Gamevice Controller — God’s Gift to Gamers

Gaming on phones isn’t exactly ergonomical.  Quite painful sometimes.  But we gamers must game.  Sore shoulders and stiff wrists are the price we pay. Luckily, there’s the Gamevice Controller. Portable, light, fits right where it should be.  No protruding Xbox-esqe controller.  It’s natural, organic and works like the real thing. Been solid on iPhone 6. … Read More »

Star Trek Timelines now on Facebook!

Regardless of how you feel about Facebook Gameroom, it’s Facebook!  And now it’s getting some cool games, including Star Trek Timelines.  Check it out! STAR TREK TIMELINES BEAMS ONTO FACEBOOK As Star Trek’s 50th anniversary comes to a close, Disruptor Beam continues to celebrate as their highly popular strategy role-playing game Star Trek Timelines is… Read More »