“The Apprentice” on CDi is Fantastic

When people think of retro platforming games, they typically think of a few standouts, Super Mario, Sonic the Hedgehog, Crash Bandicoot, etc. All of those are featured on consoles that are well known and are great in their own right, but what about games on systems that don’t get a lot of acknowledgement? How about the Philips CD-i? I’ve already discussed Hotel Mario in a … Continue reading “The Apprentice” on CDi is Fantastic

Let Barrow Hill fill your Horror Void

Looking for a horror game to give you a scare this coming Halloween? Barrow Hill: Curse of the Ancient Circle is a pretty solid choice to fill that void. Barrow Hill: Curse of the Ancient Circle is a first person Point-and-Click horror game that relies very heavily on a scary atmosphere and environment.  It was developed by Shadow Tor Studios and published by Iceberg Interactive … Continue reading Let Barrow Hill fill your Horror Void

Review: PDP Gaming’s LVL50 Wired Headset for PS4

We got the chance to check out PDP Gaming’s new LVL50 Headset for PS4. Here’s how it went. Streaming video games can be an intimidating ordeal. So many things run through the inexperienced streamer before they get started: Which game do I play? Do I have the capture equipment/program set up correctly? Can my computer even broadcast gameplay without lagging? How long should I go … Continue reading Review: PDP Gaming’s LVL50 Wired Headset for PS4

Deliriant Game Review

Deliriants are defined as a class of hallucinogen. The term was introduced by David F. Duncan and Robert S. Gold to distinguish these drugs from psychedelics and dissociatives, such as LSD and ketamine respectively, due to their primary effect of causing delirium, as opposed to the more lucid states produced by such other hallucinogens as are represented by psychedelics and dissociatives [1]. This would have … Continue reading Deliriant Game Review

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Hands-On with PowerA’s Fusion Fightpad

After a long hiatus from fighting games, I recently got back into Street Fighter V and Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite. I had just upgraded my ghetto PC with a new GPU and liquid cooler and was looking to test it out on games that push high-end graphics as fast as possible. I figured these fit the bill. Problem was: I was attempting to play them … Continue reading Hands-On with PowerA’s Fusion Fightpad

This Game is Not Fun – Little Adventure on the Prairie Review

Little Adventure on the Prairie is a hack and slash adventure game where you follow a young man with an insatiable appetite for destroying anything that gets in his way. Little Adventure on the Prairie was developed and published by Infinite Madaa. I believe this was Infinite Madaa’s first game and it shows. It was first released for mobile in 2017, then for 3DS one … Continue reading This Game is Not Fun – Little Adventure on the Prairie Review

Review: Fusion Wired Gaming Headset from PowerA

PowerA does a fine job packing their products. Especially compared to some other headsets I’ve seen at this price point. The box arrived in all its green glory, with the headset packed in a fitted-plastic tray with a cover to prevent chafing during shipment. The microphone was fitted into a slot on the tray, as was the removable ⅛” wire. Continue reading Review: Fusion Wired Gaming Headset from PowerA

A Biased Opinion on Spider Man 2018 (PS4)

“With Great Power, Comes Great Responsibility” Those who follow me on Twitter have probably seen my posts about this game and how much I love it. I can’t hide the bias I have for Spider-Man and Spider-Man games but I will try to remain objective. Spider-Man was released in 2018 by Insomiac games. The game features a vast city to explore with tons of collectibles … Continue reading A Biased Opinion on Spider Man 2018 (PS4)