Articles by March, 2018
Battalion 1944 is shaping up to "recapture the core of classic multiplayer shooters and reviving 'old school' FPS". With the game just released as Early Access on Steam, how is the game holding up to that description so far? Continue reading →
Aaron, Kevin, and Alex are back with more random banter on our gaming habits, this time discussing COOP games that we like and non-COOP games that we wish had. With some games to be released later this year, we also discuss which ones we hope to have COOP enabled, including a random girly dinosaurs game. Continue reading →
Battalion 1944 is shaping up to "recapture the core of classic multiplayer shooters and reviving 'old school' FPS". With the game just released as...
If you have wanted to create levels with accurate geometric satellite data, then look no further.
When the HTC Vive arrived on the scene, it was notorious for its front-heavy nature due to a lack of weight distribution throughout the...
After a long time thinking about the upgrade, while the forums have little plugins, it was the best time to upgrade to the latest version and think...
The Portal series is a fantastic puzzler, it's even more rewarding and a great laugh when you play in COOP mode. But what happens when you mix...
With such egregious business practises happening recently and affected multiple games, especially throughout 2017, Aaron Varshney, Kevin...