Archive for October, 2013

  • Zombies Ate My Neighbors

    Blood, Sweat, And Fears

    A spirited soundtrack brings Zombies Ate My Neighbors back to afterlife.

  • Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag

    Anchors Away

    Assassin’s Creed IV captures the excitement of a life on the Seven Seas.

  • The Walking Dead Season 2

    Season Two of Telltale’s The Walking Dead starts this year, stars Clementine

    After an excruciatingly long period of radio silence, Telltale Games has dropped the first details regarding the second season of its The Walking Dead video game. The first episode of the new season will be released “later this year” on PC, Mac, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3. The rest of the story will play out […]

  • Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate

    In The Belfry

    Arkham Origins Blackgate proves the Dark Knight’s brand of justice isn’t always best.

  • Batman: Arkham Origins

    The Knight Shift

    Batman: Arkham Origins is as bland as a bowl of Rice Krispies, and that’s a good thing.

  • The Typing Of The Dead: Overkill

    Sega celebrates Halloween with new The Typing Of The Dead game

    One of the oddest games among the Sega Dreamcast’s vast library of very odd games is The Typing Of The Dead, a reimagining of Sega’s zombie shoot ’em up arcade classic The House Of The Dead 2. Instead of aiming a plastic gun at the screen to blow away the undead, Typing Of The Dead […]

  • 140

    On The Beat

    140 teaches rhythm by removing just about everything else.

  • Decadent: Saints Row IV and Enter The Matrix

    Virtual Reality: Enter The Matrix and Saints Row IV

    Saints Row IV does the Matrix better than The Matrix.

  • The Digest: Grand Theft Auto V

    Digested

    Highlights from the week’s comment threads.

  • Landon Gray Mitchell

    Oct. 25, 2013: Matt Gerardi, Matt Kodner, and Landon Gray Mitchell

    Our video assistant accidentally invents a new Katamari sequel.

  • Candy Box 2

    Candy Box 2 is out, nom nom

    Earlier this year, everybody at Gameological HQ was enchanted by Candy Box, a curious browser game rendered in nothing but ASCII text. It was good and sweet and surprisingly deep, like an everlasting gobstopper. Then the maker of Candy Box released a game for the McSweeney’s food magazine, Lucky Peach, and it was a bit […]

  • Brothers: A Tale Of Two Sons

    Games Of September 2013: Brothers: A Tale Of Two Sons

    When the left hand isn’t sure what the right hand is doing.

  • The Stanley Parable

    I Choose You

    Nothing you choose matters in The Stanley Parable. That’s why all of it matters.