Archive for June, 2012

  • Lollipop Chainsaw

    Who Do We Appreciate?

    Lollipop Chainsaw pays homage to pop music, exploitation, and teenage romance.

  • Datura

    Games Of May 2012: Datura

    Have a nice trip.

  • Kristoffer Waardahl

    Kristoffer Waardahl, Crytek Hungary studio head

    A producer at one of the world’s most cutting-edge development houses says its high-end graphical approach is the future of mobile games—not the simple, flat style of Angry Birds.

  • B.U.T.T.O.N.

    Pushing Your Buttons

    B.U.T.T.O.N. may leave you battered, bruised, and beaming.

  • Lollipop Chainsaw

    T&A For Effort

    Short skirts and pigtails dominate this week’s new releases.

  • Mastermind

    British Game Shows: Mastermind

    A chair, a spotlight, and a stack of questions. What more do you need?

  • Diablo III

    Games Of May 2012: Diablo III

    Great taste, less fulfilling.

  • Sawbuck Gamer: Buggle

    The Bear Necessities

    The bubble-shooter game Buggle is free, unless you want to win.

  • Review: Inversion

    No Upside To Upside-Down

    Inversion doesn’t seem to give a flip about its world-turning premise.

  • The Digest: Max Payne 3

    Games Of May 2012: Max Payne 3

    At least we can agree on the donuts.

  • E3 Players

    E3 = Emcee Square

    Highlights from the week’s comment threads.

  • Reprisal

    Rewriting The Map

    Reprisal doesn’t make you move heaven and earth to win. Just earth.

  • Retro City Rampage

    A Link To The Past

    Retro City Rampage pays tribute to the pulp of gaming’s yesteryear.