Corrigan Vaughan

ASMR! OMG! A Conversation with Heather Feather

ASMR! OMG! A Conversation with Heather Feather

Those prone to falling down the Reddit and YouTube rabbit holes have probably found themselves on at least one occasion watching someone whisper hypnotically at a webcam while tapping perfectly manicured nails on a table or grinding salt with a mortar and pestle. Or perhaps it was a cranial nerve examination role play, or a […]

 Morgan Kent

REVIEW: The Walking Dead: 400 Days

REVIEW: The Walking Dead: 400 Days

More Walking Dead is always a good thing

Telltale’s The Walking Dead was my favorite game of 2012, so getting the recent DLC episode 400 Days was bound to be a highlight for me. While it does not ever reach the heights set by the final episodes of season 1, there certainly were enough zombies and moral ambiguity to keep me happy.   […]

 Cameron

Top 5 Moments of E3 2013

Top 5 Moments of E3 2013

Cameron's highlights of a particularly memorable E3 year...

It’s been over two weeks since E3 exploded onto our screens with an entire day full of conferences and demos, spilling into the next day with Nintendo’s mini-conference. For many, the excitement of the show is long gone, the residual bits of news trailing off into a post-E3 drought of information. There are, however, parts […]

 Morgan Kent

REVIEW: State of Decay

REVIEW: State of Decay

The best zombie games come in small packages

Releasing the same day as the first reviews for Last of Us, State of Decay is an Xbox Live Arcade zombie apocalypse game that many would disregard due to its low price point, and the abundance of zombie games out there. This would be a huge mistake, as State of Decay is one of the […]

 Morgan Kent

Final Thoughts on E3 2013

Final Thoughts on E3 2013

The Start of the Next Console Generation

Like any of the past E3s with new console reveals, this year was bound to be huge. While the graphics of next-gen games were not as spectacular as they have been from previous new hardware jumps, the quality of the game certainly impressed. This year’s E3 was filled with real controversy thanks in large part […]

 Morgan Kent

Opinion – PS4 Wins E3

Opinion – PS4 Wins E3

Don’t Forget What Made Us Angry

At this year’s E3 Microsoft had the most to prove and they came out swinging with tons of games. They opened with Metal Gear Solid 5, moved onto new IP Ryse, showed sequels like Dead Rising 3, Forza, and showed my personal favorite of the show, Killer Instinct. Why then is Sony’s PS4 my pick […]

 Corrigan Vaughan

Xbox One Games, Features, and Price Announced at E3 Pre-Show

Xbox One Games, Features, and Price Announced at E3 Pre-Show

Xbox One will retail at $499, £429, €499

Microsoft kicked off E3 2013 festivities this morning with a press conference revealing changes to Xbox 360 and further details of the much talked about console, Xbox One. While the massive gaming expo does not officially open its doors until tomorrow, a series of press conferences today from EA, UbiSoft, and Sony, in addition to Microsoft’s […]

 Morgan Kent

REVIEW: Resident Evil Revelations

REVIEW: Resident Evil Revelations

A Survival Horror Resident Evil Game? That's Odd.

 Resident Evil Revelations For 3DS, Wii U, Xbox 360, PS3, PC  Resident Evil Revelations was originally released on the Nintendo 3DS in early 2012 but recently was ported to all the HD consoles. It originally billed itself as a return to the survival horror genre- something fans of the series felt had been missing from […]

 Morgan Kent

Opinion: “Backwards Compatibility” is Not Backwards

Opinion: “Backwards Compatibility” is Not Backwards

Nostalgia should be embraced

According to Microsoft’s Don Mattrick, backwards compatibility is “backwards.” Really? Because I call not having it “lazy.” I do understand that people like me who use backwards compatibility are in the minority, but I honestly find that to be one of the most important features of a new console. Had the 360 not been backwards […]