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Chris’ Top 10 Games of 2015

2015 is no doubt the finest year of this young generation of games, but it is also, in many ways, the most confounding. Before I talk about the games that did make my list, I want to mention the ones that didn’t:
by Chris

Hunt the Truth

A Tale of Two Stories: The Hype vs. the Reality

If there is one thing Microsoft is really good at, it is advertising their Xbox exclusives, and no exclusive is bigger than Halo. It came as no surprise to see countless trailers, commercial, ads and websites pop up as October ...
by Chris



Ross’ Reckless Rants: The State of RPGs

Skyrim, Mass Effect, and Fable are all modern day RPGs that are loved by millions and millions of people. Another thing to keep in mind is where they are made: the United States, Canada and England, respectively. These are what...
by Ross


First Impressions: Blockstorm

Blockstorm isn’t just another “Minecraft with guns,” despite the fact that many developers have found themselves coming to the conclusion that the one thing Minecraft was missing is guns. Rather than try to fo...
by Chris



The Quick And The Dead (Week of June 4th)

Mark back again with this weeks Quick and The Dead, and I’m going to give you the low down on this weeks new game releases. As usual for our newer readers who might not know what exactly the quick and the dead is here’s th...
by Mark



Where’s my 24/7/365 Nuketown 2025 Treyarch?

This past weekend was a Double XP weekend for Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 which could only be accessed via the Nuketown 2025 playlist. But, the confusing thing is now that the weekend is over not only has the gametype option Nuke...
by Mark


The Quick and the Dead (Week of May 29th)

Welcome back to another edition of The Quick and the Dead. Andrew here again and this week I am reeling from yet another failure to get rid of Mark and Chris. In an unprecedented event last week at the restaurant I sent Mar...
by Andrew



First Impressions: Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair

I guess you could say I’m a fan of Danganronpa. After giving the Trigger Happy Havoc a 5 star review, my attention turned to the announced sequel, Goodbye Despair. Being able to play the follow-up to what is probably my favor...
by Chris


htbb ps4

How To Be Better in 2015: PlayStation 4

To say that Sony’s PlayStation 4 was a success in it’s first year on the market would be quite the understatement, currently there are 18.5 million units sold and while that’s a lot of consoles out the door an...
by Mark


Where Did They Go Wrong? PlayStation Vita

Despite my devout belief in the system, the Vita just didn’t have any games that excited me last year. 2016 was the first year that really made me feel like the end was near for my favorite platform on 2014. In speaking to Ro...
by Chris