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2:00 PM on 03.19.2014

Review: Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z

On paper, the thought of participating in an eight-player Dragon Ball Z battle sounds like the stuff of fanboy dreams. Blasting Kamehamehas across the chasms of Namek while fighting alongside your favorite Saiyans could be as...

Wesley Ruscher


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12:00 PM on 03.02.2014

Review: Redux: Dark Matters

If you told me I’d be playing a brand new Dreamcast game in 2014, back when the system saw its demise in 2002, I’d probably have said you were crazy. It was at that point that Sega moved on to become a software...

Wesley Ruscher

11:00 AM on 03.01.2014

Cancelled project at Sony Santa Monica was new open world sci-fi IP

Following the recent layoffs that hit Sony Santa Monica earlier this week is the confirmation that a new title the developer was working on has been cancelled. The game, a new sci-fi themed open world IP was apparently f...

Wesley Ruscher

8:00 AM on 03.01.2014

New Killer Instinct Killer Cuts album is in the works

Killer Instinct composer Mick Gordon, has announced that a new version of Killer Cuts is scheduled to release this March. The album will feature music Gordon created for the Xbox One reboot of Rare's classic fighting game. No...

Wesley Ruscher

6:00 PM on 02.23.2014

How Mario Kart 8's retro tracks stack up to the originals

With four retro tracks from the annals of Mario Kart history returning in Mario Kart 8, GameXplain has gone through the trouble of piecing together a head-to-head comparison video that pits the originals against their HD upg...

Wesley Ruscher

5:00 PM on 02.23.2014

DLC accounts for about 15% of Capcom's game sales

Downloadable content has been a tricky business for Capcom over the years. A quick search of the words "on disc DLC" promptly brings up the Japanese developer's name before any other company. Even with their struggles of disc...

Wesley Ruscher

8:00 AM on 02.22.2014

WTF: This is one of the weirdest Japanese trailers ever

I have no idea what's going on in this trailer for the recently released, Japanese and PS Vita only, Valhalla Knights 3 Gold, but I have to say I'm mildly entertained. Well more entertained than I was when I reviewed th...

Wesley Ruscher

2:00 PM on 02.20.2014

Review: Inazuma Eleven

When I was a young kid, I loved nothing more than playing classic sport video games like Bases Loaded, Blades of Steel, Double Dribble, Tecmo Bowl, and Mike Tyson’s Punch-Out!!. While I enjoyed the likes of Super Mari...

Wesley Ruscher

3:00 PM on 02.16.2014

Sega's next Shining game is a 2D fighter

Along time ago, in an arcade far far away, Sega was king of the scene. Some of the industries best fighters (Virtua Fighter 2, Fighting Vipers, Virtual On...) were developed and powered by the once dominant developer. But al...

Wesley Ruscher

12:00 PM on 02.16.2014

Deep Down will not have playable female characters

Capcom's Deep Down has been on many gamer's radar since it was first announced back at the system's unveiling. As Sony's latest console edges closer and closer to its Japanese this month, so does new information regarding the...

Wesley Ruscher

11:00 AM on 02.16.2014

Well that's a crap ton of stuff added to Terraria

The Terraria 1.2.3 update is here and let's just say it's quite huge. To be honest, I'm not going to even attempt to break down all the fancy new tweaks the 2D action-adventure indie sandbox title received. Just take a g...

Wesley Ruscher





9:10 AM on 02.16.2014

Little Mac may be the fastest Super Smash Bros. fighter

With the announcement of Little Mac, of Punch-Out!! fame, coming to the upcoming Wii U/3DS edition of Super Smash Bros., many (myself included) have been wondering just how well the pint-sized puncher is going to fare agains...

Wesley Ruscher

10:00 AM on 02.15.2014

Legendary Wars marches on to Android

It's been three years, but one of my favorite mobile strategy titles, Legendary Wars, has finally come to Android, via the Google Play Store. In this RTS-RPG hybrid you directly control an ever growing army of knights, wizar...

Wesley Ruscher

11:10 PM on 02.10.2014

Review: Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc

Adventure games enable developers to guide their audience on an incredibly focused journey. Completely scripted -- with little variation or user input that impacts the outcome -- they rely on the quality of their storytelli...

Wesley Ruscher

1:00 PM on 02.09.2014

Arkham Origins progression blocking bugs won't be fixed

In a recent post on the Batman: Arkham Origins support forms, it has been stated that there are no current plans to fix any more of the numerous progression blocking bugs that have yet to be addressed. Instead, all effor...

Wesley Ruscher

11:00 AM on 02.09.2014

The Legend of Zelda's Moblins have an identity crisis

Bulldogs or pigs? Why can't The Legend of Zelda's Moblins make up their minds on just who they want to be? Actually, it's quite interesting to see how these absent minded minions of Gannon have continuously bounced back and ...

Wesley Ruscher