Lovers In A Dangerous Spacetime (Xbox One) Review 5

Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime (Xbox One) Review

 |  Cody Orme
The notion that any piece of art is perfect is just wrong, but sometimes you can get pretty close. That’s how I feel about Asteroid Base’s latest game, Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime. By creatively blending genres like space shooters, tower defence, and metroidvania with bright colours and an original art style, Lovers in a […]
Battleblock Theatre Releases On Steam Today

BattleBlock Theatre Releases on Steam Today

 |  Tyler Reynolds
The Behemoth, most known for their game Castle Crashers will be releasing their newest game BattleBlock Theatre on Steam later today. Released last year on Xbox Live Arcade, BattleBlock Theatre is a platformer where players run through stages filled with hazards to entertain giant cats who are keeping them and their friends captive. [youtube url=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fIUE3aP1TFw” width=”1060″ height=”940″]Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F […]
State Of Decay (Pc) Review:  Most Thorough Zombie Game To Date 3

State of Decay (PC) Review: Most Thorough Zombie Game to Date

 |  Reid McCarter
After multiple entries to series like Resident Evil, Dead Rising, Left 4 Dead, and The Walking Dead, any developer attempting to impress players with another zombie-centric videogame has their work cut out for them. Yet this is exactly what Undead Labs has set out to do with its post-apocalyptic survival simulator, State of Decay. Fortunately, […]
Skulls Of The Shogun (Xbox 360) Review 2

Skulls of the Shogun (Xbox 360) Review

 |  Tim Ashdown
Sometimes it’s really nice when game surprises me. And I was quite surprised by Skulls of the Shogun by 17-BIT. Not only did I find Skulls to be a well put together and accessible strategy game, but also found that I really enjoyed the art and sense of humor of this silly samurai strategy. 17-BIT’s […]

Who Needs Sunshine?

 |  Tim Ashdown
Hello everyone and welcome once again to Patch Notes. A few housekeeping chores are in order this week. First off I, want to apologize to those loyal readers who wait with bated breath every other Friday for a new edition of Patch Notes. Unfortunately due to a prior commitment I wasn’t able to get v1.1 […]

EA prices American McGee’s Alice for XBLA/PSN

 |  Eric Weiss
You don’t need to buy Alice: Madness Returns new in order to get American McGee’s PC original.

ESRB introduces automated rating system for downloadable games

 |  Todd Campbell
The computers have usurped the ESRB’s primary responsibility.

Section 8: Prejudice unleashes a budget-friendly launch trailer

 |  Eric Weiss
TimeGate’s new downloadable shooter is ready for next week’s XBLA debut.

Section 8: Prejudice hits Xbox Live on April 20

 |  Eric Weiss
TimeGate’s shooter will make it to the PSN and the PC later in 2011.

Just Cause devs introduce Renegade Ops

 |  Eric Weiss
Avalanche Studios is teaming with Sega to bring the co-op shooter to the digital marketplace in 2011.

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