Feb 25, 2014

Octodad: Dadliest Catch Review



This week Noah takes a look at 'Octodad: Dadliest Catch' from Young Horses, Inc.

Feb 3, 2014

Estranged: Act 1 Review



This week Noah takes a look at 'Estranged: Act 1', a free game available on Steam. It may be free, but is it worth your time?

Jan 27, 2014

Nidhogg Review




The First of my now weekly game review show! So happy with how this turned out; look forward to new episodes every Friday!

Nov 21, 2013

PlayStation 4 First Impressions????


Alex and I sit down and check out the PS4, giving our first impressions...let's just say: we're not yet impressed. As you'll clearly see, we spent waaaaay too much time trying to install the PS4's Ver. 1.50 software and ended up just acting like idiots the whole time. This is the documentary of the aforementioned idiocy. Expect a REAL first impressions video soon.

Nov 18, 2013

Unboxing the PlayStation 4


Holy shit! The PS4 is out and I did an unboxing video? What kind of sorcery is this!?


Review: The Stanley Parable, Play It Again, Stan | GamerTell


Like Dear Esther, The Stanley Parable falls into a certain subset of games that began life as a Half-Life 2 mod and later went on to become full-fledged games powered by the now aging Source Engine. While the original mod had garnered a sort of cult-following, it never really made waves in the popular eye. Developed by Galactic Cafe, The Stanley Parable—and its HD counterpart (which is what I’m actually reviewing)—aims to make players think way outside of the box while providing critical commentary as to the nature of video games as a medium. After only a few minutes of play, players will discover The Stanley Parable’s dirty little secret: it’s more of a psychological study than it is a game.