Call of Duty: Black Ops II Review – Zombies, Brains & The Conclusion

This is the third and final part of a complete Black Ops II review. If you haven’t already done so, I suggest reading the first two parts before reading this one as they cover the single player campaign and the …

Call of Duty: Black Ops II Review – Multiplayer

We have a lot of ground to cover still, so I’ll get right to it. If you haven’t already read the first part of this review, I suggest you do so before reading this as it covers the single player …

Call of Duty: Black Ops II Review – Single Player Campaign

By now you know the name. There is no need for an introduction, just like there’s no need for a long review. The Call of Duty series has recycled the same tried and true gameplay mechanics and elements for years …

Introducing The Not-so-Indie Humble THQ Bundle

You could unequivocally state that indie bundles are kind of my thing. I keep my eyes peeled for all the latest bundles and deals, and I’m pretty good at buying them early. I’ve had a few shoddy bundles here and …

Assassin's Creed III Review – Sip it Like a Fine Wine

Assassin’s Creed III is like a fine wine. It’s not the kind of majestic wine that’s only meant for aficionados though. No, this wine is for everyone including beer and liquor drinkers alike. Hell, it’s even suitable for water drinkers. …

Indie Game of The Week: Defender's Quest Valley of The Forgotten

We’ve featured a tower defense game here before. In fact, we promoted a tower defense game called Shad’O in our Indie Game of The Week series. Check it out if you haven’t already. There’s no doubt about it, tower defense …

Indie Game of The Week: Project Zomboid

Zombie games are everywhere. Not to mention, the zombie topic is incredibly popular these days. Part of the hype can be attributed to the success of the Walking Dead on AMC. Of course, the zombie theme is also popular because …

The Humble Bundle For Android 4 is a Phenomenal Deal!

Indie games are so popular lately, that indie bundles are everywhere! Some of the bundles have a flat fee, but the best ones are “pay what you want”. In the “pay what you want” deals, you can choose your own …

Indie Game of The Week: Primal Carnage

Dinosaurs are pretty awesome. First person shooters are pretty amazing too. So it stands to reason, that an online first person shooter pitting dinosaurs against humans, in open combat, is simply mind-blowing. It turns out there is now a game …

Indie Game of The Week: Retro City Rampage

Every once in a great while we get a game that is the ultimate tribute to the retro 8-bit era of gaming. Usually, playing such a game, involves a genuine indie title that lacks any real depth or substance. It’s …

Indie Game of The Week: Vitrum

Who doesn’t love the Portal series? Portal 2 was an absolutely phenomenal game all around. As Glados would say, “you’re a monster,” if you have never played Portal before. Regardless, Portal was a first person, 3D puzzle platformer that introduced …

Indie Game of The Week: Shad'O

Tower Defense games are fairly well known these days, or at least the genre is. Most of the famed tower defense titles are attractive mobile games, like Radiant Defense, Towers N’ Trolls and the Sentinel series. Tower defense games and …

Indie Game of The Week: Intrusion 2

Epic sidescrolling action is essentially a thing of the past. Games like Gunstar Heroes and Contra are relatively uncommon these days. Sometimes a side-scroller that’s worth playing, will slip by like ARES, Trine and NyxQuest but the amount of titles …

Indie Game of The Week: Faster Than Light

Space – the final frontier. In space, no one can hear you scream. Space is boundless, and it squashes a man’s ego. Okay, that’s quite enough of that. In case you couldn’t already see our Indie Game of the Week …

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