Yooka Laylee Review

A Roller Coaster Of Emotions – Yooka Laylee Review

by Dan Spinaon April 4, 2017
My time with Yooka Laylee was a roller coaster of emotions. From nostalgia, to apprehension, to, finally, excitement - there is a lot of good fun to be had.
All Walls Must Fall

Indie Title All Walls Must Fall Kickstarter Campaign Begins

by Dan Spinaon March 22, 2017
What if the Cold War never ended? That’s the world inbetweengames has envisioned with their new project, All Walls Must Fall.
Save Point

Save Point – Nintendo’s Switch-ing Things Up With Third Party Support

by Dan Spinaon October 26, 2016
Welcome to Save Point, an opinion column discussing games, gamers, and the industry.  Nearly a week has gone by since the Nintendo Switch was announced and naturally, people are feeling a mixture of excitement and curiosity. As time’s gone on, some of that curiosity has turned to skepticism. Battery life, component quality, and third party […]

The walking Dead

NYCC 2016 – Telltale Walking Dead and March to War Details

by Dan Spinaon October 10, 2016
Creators from Skybound Games took the Live Stage at New York Comic Con today to discuss upcoming projects from Skybound Entertainment including the new entry in The Walking Dead: A Telltale Series. To begin with more details were given on the upcoming mobile game, The Walking Dead: March to War. Arriving on iOS and Android […]
Bandai Namco

NYCC 2016 – Bandai Namco JRPG Panel

by Dan Spinaon October 8, 2016
Bandai Namco held a Japanese focused RPG panel at the New York Comic Con this year, and the house was packed. Fans of Digimon, Tales, and Sword Art Online who attended were not disappointed. Producers from all three series were on hand to share footage and talk about new features in their upcoming games as […]
Shin Godzilla

Shin Godzilla (2016) Review

by Dan Spinaon October 7, 2016
The King of the Kaiju makes a triumphet return in Shin Godzilla, the first Godzilla film in nearly 12 years from Toho Pictures. But is this monster movie ready to wreak havoc on general audiences or is this a film only for the diehard fans? Received well enough, 2014’s Godzilla, directed by Gareth Edwards, had […]

Pokemon Ultra Beasts

New Pokemon Ultra Beasts Announced

by Dan Spinaon September 14, 2016
The Pokemon company released a new video for the upcoming generation of games: Sun and Moon. This brief video showcased two new Pokemon Ultra Beasts, one for each game. Following a leak from CoroCoro magazine a couple days ago, The Pokemon Company officially unveiled UB-02 Absorption and UB-02 Beauty, appearing in Sun and Moon respectively. […]
Sonic Mania

Sonic Mania Collectors Edition Announced

by Dan Spinaon September 13, 2016
The official Sonic the Hedgehog Twitter account tweeted a picture and link this morning, unveiling a Collector’s Edition for one of the two anticipated Sonic games, Sonic Mania. The Collector’s Edition will include a 12″ statue of Sonic standing on a Sega Genesis system with “Sega Startup Audio,” and a Sonic cartridge that holds a […]
The Last Guardian

The Last Guardian Delayed

by Dan Spinaon September 12, 2016
Monday morning, Sony President Shuhei Yoshida took to the Playstation blog to give an update on The Last Guardian, the upcoming PS4 exclusive game. In the blog post, he announces that the game has been delayed until December 6, 2016. Yoshida attributes the delay to having “encountered more bugs than anticipated while in the final […]

Super Mario Run

Super Mario Run Announced for iOS

by Dan Spinaon September 7, 2016
In a surprise move, Apple announced a new game coming to the App Store from Nintendo, Super Mario Run. Tim Cook brought legendary creator Shigeru Minamoto and Bill Trinen from Nintendo of America on stage to announce Super Mario Run, an endless runner style game that will release first on iOS devices. Super Mario Run […]