Monthly Archives: March 2014

Weekend in Games: 3/29-3/30

This weekend has been a busy one, and this list is a testament to that fact. Here is the weekend’s news for March 29th through the 30th of 2014. 1) Another Adam Sandler movie is coming, and this time it’s about Video Games. The upcoming movie, Pixels, is being Directed by Chris Columbus (of Home […]

Today in Games: 3/28/14

There is a new day filled with stories, and I’m here to tell you about them. Read on to find out the biggest news in games from Friday, March 28th, 2014. 1) Playstation Plus titles have been announced for April, and they Feature a nice spread across the Playstation consoles. For PS4, co-op 2d shooter […]

Today in Games: 3/27/14

Sorry for the lateness of this post, but in order to get you the news as quickly as possible I will try to keep this brief. Don’t get used to this abbreviated format, but here are the big stories in gaming from March 27th, 2014. 1) Final details have not been confirmed, but UK game […]

Today in Games: 3/26/14

With the big news from Facebook yesterday, a few of today’s news items have to do with the massive move in a VR forerunner. But as always, today’s news is a mix of interesting headlines, all of which can be found in Wednesday, March 26th’s Today in Games. 1) Yesterday we reported that the Battlefield […]

Today in Games: 3/25/14

Today has been a busy day in the gaming world, and this list should reflect that. With such a long post, might as well get started. Here is Tuesday, March 25th’s headlines. 1) Battlefield 4’s Naval Strike DLC has been released for Playstation Premium members. the bad news is that the DLC has been ‘indefinitely […]

Releases this Week: 3/24-3/30

After two stellar weeks of releases, this one may seem like a small letdown. But for many this is week is just as good. Some really good niche games are coming this week, across a variety of genres to boot. With that said, let’s get down to the releases for thee week of March 24th. […]

Towerfall: Ascension Review: Precise Action

Precise Action. Why do we love video games? Some say for the story, others the art. A few people might say music and then yet another might say setting. Most, I think, would say it comes from the interaction. The fundamental difference between video games and some other medium is gameplay. This virtual interaction intoxicates […]