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Rogue Legacy Review  

Rogue Legacy Review

Do you have a unique family member? Maybe one who is fond of castles and smashing furniture with a sword? Rogue Legacy is not your typical retro throwback, “I want to be one of the cool kids” type of games. Yes it has a 16-bit style, yes it’s a “metroidvania” style game. Yes you smash the baddies in exchange for mana and gold coins. But there are much deeper elements beneath everything. Rogue Legacy is an amazing game. Starting Rogue [...]

Angry Video Game Nerd Adventures Review  

Angry Video Game Nerd Adventures Review

If you grew-up in the 80’s, you should remember at least one game that made you smash your controller on the ground. Mega-man made you hate your life. Ninja Gaiden was the realization that birds are the Devil’s assassins. Ninja Turtles introduced you to the dreaded seaweed. In general the Nintendo generation has been raised to appreciate violently difficult gaming. At some point the difficulty faded into the mist and the gaming culture was left with content that catered to [...]

Call of Juarez: Gunslinger Review

Call of Juarez: Gunslinger Review

It was about thirty minutes into Call of Juarez: Gunslinger, when I realized that I wanted to write a love letter, err…”review” for this “far-fetched romp through the history of the Wild Wild West”. That last quote–pretty snappy huh? When preparing for a review, I like to keep a notepad handy, so I can write down all the witty back-of-the-box quotes and hyperboles I think up while playing. This is often more fun than actually playing the game. Here are [...]

The Wolf Among Us Episode One (Faith) Review

The Wolf Among Us Episode One (Faith) Review

Telltalle games recently scored a knock out hit with their “Walking Dead” game series. Hot on the heels of the ending of Walking Dead’s first season and DLC comes “The Wolf Among Us”. This new game is a prequel to the famous comic story Fables written by Bill Willingham. With only one episode released so far, the series has come out of the gate swinging and is already one of the most excited adventure games released this year. The series [...]

Awesomenauts Review

Awesomenauts Review

Your reactor is a very precious thing and you have been tasked with its protection. Your mission if you choose to accept it; guard this precious reactor with life and limb. Many will attempt to take it from you, so do what you must. Your tools are many and powerful. Take this cowboy with jet-boots, a chameleon with a laser sword, and a squishy little man riding a blow-fish.  They shall be your allies in operation “Awesomenauts”. The only way one [...]

Metro: Last Light Review

Metro: Last Light Review

Story They say time is the fire in which we burn. This has never been made more evident than in Metro Last Light. Taking place in the scorched shadow of 21st century Russia, Metro Last Light is astonishing in how it portrays its post-apocalyptic environment. Once filled with people going about their daily business, families and their children spending time together, and the peace of content, Metro Last Light’s nuclear wasteland offers another kind of stillness. It’s an uncomfortable silence [...]

Blizzard Releases Statement Regarding Titan

Blizzard Releases Statement Regarding Titan

After the rumors first swirled on Venturebeat today, there has been a lot of conjecture over the future of Titan, the much vaunted and rabidly anticipated MMO in development at Blizzard. With reports that the project has undergone extensive changes in its design and implementation which could delay it to at least 2016, ZAM reached out to Blizzard and asked for comment. Blizzard responded as follows: “We’ve

Monkey Island 2 Lechuck’s Revenge

Monkey Island 2 Lechuck’s Revenge

April is coming to a close and along with it Lucasarts month is also coming to a close.  There have been so many good games made by Lucasarts, there have also been some bad ones.  I mainly wanted to focus my attention on the games that I grew up with and love to this day.  The last one I want to do is one of my most favorite games as a child and even today.  The game I’m speaking of [...]

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