With E3 2017 inching closer to arrival, news surrounding the yearly gaming expo continues to trickle out. The latest info being that Devolver Digital will be hosting a press conference this year at the event. Continue reading Devolver Digital Announces E3 2017 Press Conference
Take a little bit Max Payne, a little bit Matrix, and add a talking banana, and out comes something like My Friend Pedro: Blood Bullets Bananas. Continue reading My Friend Pedro: Blood Bullets Bananas Scores Publisher, Drops New Gameplay Trailer
Mother Russia Bleeds is now available on PC and what better way to celebrate its release than with a gloriously violent launch trailer. Continue reading Mother Russia Bleeds Brings the Pain in Launch Trailer
Shadow Warrior 2 due out “in less than two months.” Continue reading Shadow Warriors 2’s PC release date revealed
Ever since the release of Hotline Miami, publisher Devolver Digital has been on my radar. The company seems to have a knack for partnering with independent developers on exciting games. Ruiner from developer Reikon Games is no exception. Continue reading Witness Cyberpunk Mayhem in Ruiner Announcement Trailer
After the success of last years PlayStation Experience, Sony will do it again this year, and now they revealed what developers will come and the games that will be playable. Continue reading The PlayStation Experience Gets New Details
Take a classic beat `em up like Streets of Rage, mix in the intense violence and psychedelic trippiness of Hotline Miami– What do you get? The answer is Mother Russia Bleeds from French developer Le Cartel. Continue reading Mother Russia Bleeds Cranks Beat `Em Up Games To The Next Level
More Than The Score Host Matt Batson sits down with fellow writers Esteban Cuevas, Jordan Loeffler, Patrick Garrity, and Shawn Richards to discuss the Sony Conference at E3. Is The Last Guardian, Final Fantasy VII Remake, and Shenmue 3 enough to get the guys hyped? Or will the lack of 2015 releases sour them on this year’s show? Continue reading MONG Reaction: Sony E3 Conference
VOTE FOR BUNNYLORD!
You will know whether you like Not a Hero within the first 15 minutes of playing it. Why? It’s simple. It’s an easy to understand game that keeps you invested by giving you an interesting challenge with just the core mechanics. That is why even though the game never really changes after that first 15 minutes, it never needs to. Not a Hero is a game with a funny premise and fun mechanics. That’s it, and that’s all you will need. So what is Not a Hero? Well, it’s a 2D-shooter about politics! Seriously! Continue reading Not a Hero Review
A BLOODY MASTERPIECE
Violence has become a trope in media today. From the increasingly gory television shows like The Walking Dead to torture porn films like the Saw franchise, violence is something we are inundated with on a daily basis. On top of this, filmmakers, game designers, and showrunners continue to push the envelope further and further with the end goal of making more money and seizing more attention. Sure, one can argue that a lot of these creators are just following their vision. However, most of the time it feels as though these artists are seeking attention, and controversy tends to be an easy way to attain this. Upon first glance, it may seem as though Dennaton Games’ is trying to get attention for their gruesome game. However, after a few scenes it becomes immediately clear that there is a lot more to Hotline Miami than its gory presentation. Like the first, Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number is a gruesome and unsettling experience that demanded my attention from beginning to end.