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SURVIVAL GUIDE TO A POST POKEMON GO WORLD

  Pokemon Go has been out for about a week now and the world has already seen some massive changes to it. This game has single handedly reconstructed the face of the earth and life as we once knew. There are now hordes of dirty p...

 
 
 

Virtual Rogue Review

Virtual Rogue is an isometric “roguelite” dungeon crawler. It uses a twin stick shooting mechanic similar to other titles in this vein of game. Virtual Rogue places you in a large room filled with enemies and instructs you...

 
 
 

Super Ubie Island Remix Review

Super Ubie Island REMIX is a side-scrolling platformer about a little alien who crashed his ship and must recover its broken pieces. That's about all there is to the plot. There's an evil brain in a jar flying around, creati...

 
 
 

Zamarian Review

Zamarian is a mouse-driven arcade space shooter. Instead of having free movement though, you are stuck moving in a circular motion around a central point. Enemies tend to spawn at the center and spiral out toward you, however some will...

 
 
 

Warhammer End Times: Vermintide Review

The Skaven have heard the cries of the screaming bell and have risen from the depths to take the city of Ubersriek. It's up to you and your compatriots to push back the Vermintide. Warhammer: End Times - Vermintide is a cooperative mu...

 
 
 

Kivi, Toilet and Shotgun Review

Kivi, Toilet and Shitgun already seems to know where it belongs, because it's the biggest piece of shit I've had the misfortune to play. This game is a top down shooter that switches between two different stages: a driving stage and a...

 
 
 

Punch Club Review

  At its root, Punch Club is a resource management game. You have four meters that need to be monitored: Health, Hunger, Mood, and Energy. Every time you do something in the game, these stats are affected. The ultimate goal is to ...

 
 
 

Early Access look at The Savage Lands

Over the last few years there has been an influx of survival crafting games on Steam. All of them went through their obligatory Early Access phase; a trend that many journalists have commented upon. It seems that this type of game sim...

 
 
 

Deadfools

The SAPPRFT, apart from sounding like a wet-sloppy fart, is in charge of censorship of film, television, and radio in China. This government department has recently turned their attention on the upcoming Deadpool film. They have given...

 
 
 

Cards "For" Humanity?

Cards Against Humanity (CAH) has quickly gone from a little-known indie game to a worldwide phenomenon in a few short years. It's a vulgar card game, meant to combine horrible things with horrible ideas. The company behind the game ha...

 
 
 

The Silent Age Review

Immediately I went to check if there was anything in the garbage. There wasn't. What kind of point-and-click is this? The Silent Age starts you off as mild-mannered Janitor Joe. Joe works for some large nebulous company that's probabl...

 
 
 

Konami cock Blocks Kojima

The “Hashtag” Game Awards two thousand fifteen have come and gone and of course we got to see the vitriol that lies just below the surface of this industry bubble forth. On the night of the Awards we heard a crowd erupt in...

 
 
 
 

The Quickest of looks at Crashnauts

A new game has recently hit Kickstarter and we got a first hand look. It's Crashnauts, created by local Utah indie game devs, Fueled by Rockets. Crashnauts is a multiplayer arena shooter with an interesting sci-fi art style. Befo...

 
 
 

An unbias view of Salt Lake Comic Con 2015

I first applied for a press pass to comic con months earlier. About a week before the con they finally let me know I had gotten one. There were a list of requirements that had to be met before you could get a press pass. We didn't meet...

 
 
 

The quickest of looks at Legacy of The Elder Star

Another Utah indie game has hit Kickstarter and Steam Greenlight. This time we are looking at Legacy of The Elder Star, created by Kickbomb Entertainment. A side-scrolling mouse driven Shoot 'em up. Before I get further into talking a...

 
 
 

Rocket League Review

Very rarely do you come across a game that you want to be more apart of than just the game itself. You want to be apart of the community. You want to watch it live on the big screen with your mates down at the pub. This is one of the f...

 
 
 

Conversations with Nikki Rapp

  Information was taken from meeting and talking with Nicki Rapp at various instances at the convention, and not just from one main interview. I first met Nicki at her booth on the convention floor, we had a lovely conv...

 
 
 
 

Utah Games Guild Shines at Salt Lake Gaming Con

The Utah Games Guild (UGG) was the largest gaming presence at this year's Salt Lake Gaming Con. Although Microsoft and Sony were both there, they had nothing new or interesting to show. The group that really shined in terms of fun, inn...

 
 
 

Salt Lake Gaming Con 2015

This past weekend was the Salt Lake Gaming Con. A first for the Salt Lake valley. The convention is meant to focus on all sorts of gaming. Video, card, board or what have you. There were booths for all of these. The biggest of these w...

 
 
 

Fan creates Batman Vs. Superman animated Trailer

A recent image has been circulating the internet, a picture showing a scene from the upcoming Batman Vs. Superman film recreated to look like something out of Batman: The Animated Series, Drawn by Bruce Timm.   This, However isn'...

 
 
 
 

A Monumental Failure

Monumental is an exploration puzzle game. You arrive at a research facility on an alien planet in search of the missing researchers. You follow the written logs of the crew members to find out about their disappearance. You are given ...

 
 
 

Umihara Kawase Review

Umihara Kawase is an interesting platfomer puzzle game. You play as a little girl with a fishing pole. The original game was released in 1994. In 2015 the game was reworked and launched on Steam. The game dealt with some legal iss...

 
 
 
 

LISA Review

LISA, the painful RPG created by Dingaling Productions, is a side-scrolling, turn-based story set in a future where all women have mysteriously disappeared. You follow the story of Brad and his gang, trying to find Buddy; the last rem...

 
 
 

Farming Simualtor 2015 review

  In the past, the “simulator” game genre was pretty much exclusively made for people who were more into what the simulator was about, rather than gaming. These experiences were less about games, rather more about ways...

 
 
 

Before the Storm Review

  Tidal Affair: Before the Storm is an isometric stealth game. You sneak around an island, fighting various rebel groups. Your character is equipped with a parasol that can preform back stabs and a special skill called “pupp...

 
 
 

Herolike - Definitely not Diablo

This article is for the Early Access version of Herolike. Calling itself “The next Diablo”, Herolike is an isometric ARPG. Herolike is mediocre at best, only sporting two characters (at this time) who have no sort of progr...

 
 

About Jordan Kammone of us since 10:26 AM on 05.16.2016

My name is Jordan Kamm.

I've been writing video game reviews and nerd news articles for over a year now. I've finally decided to compile all my articles on the Destructoid community page. My articles are here to be enjoyed and critiqued by everyone. I'd love as much feedback as possible in hopes to better my writing.

I currently write for gamers-haven.org please stop by our site and say hi.

I also have two cats. They're names are Screwjack and Crunchwrap Supreme.

Update: more articles coming soon.
 
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