Archive for October, 2013

  • Enough Plumbers 2

    Plumb And Plumber

    Enough Plumbers 2 gives you an army of legally distinct Mario clones.

  • Scribblenauts Unlimited

    The Universe According To Scribblenauts

    Who is the strongest being of all time, real or imagined? It’s everything vs. everything in the ultimate Scribblenauts Unlimited battle royale.

  • Wild King

    Where The Wild Things Are

    Wild King doesn’t just look good on paper.

  • Who’s The Real Monster?

    With a new installment on the horizon, Drew considers the morality of Pokémon-on-Pokémon violence.

  • Battlestar Galactica board game art


    It spices up the action when one board game player is working against the rest, but the result can be more stressful than fun.

  • Nintendo Roboband

    Someone got an NES to play its sounds through real instruments

    People have been pumping out recordings of themselves performing video game music since the dawn of internet video. (Remember this guy?) But this might be the first time we’ve come across a video of a video game console performing its own music (and sound effects). First published in August, the above video from a YouTube […]

  • Boson X

    Particle Man

    Discovering theoretical particles is even harder than it sounds in Boson X.

  • Link

    The Missing Link

    Everything is getting a sequel, from Zelda and Mario (surprise) to Mega Man (kind of) and Half-Life (probably not)

  • Metroid Prime 2

    Feel The Pain

    “Bad” design can make for a more interesting game.

  • Birdo


    Highlights from the week’s comment threads.

  • Sony PS Vita ad penguins

    A Japanese PlayStation Vita ad promises better living through apparent penguin murder

    Since its launch, the Vita has often given the impression that it’s doomed to suffer the same slide into irrelevance that befell its predecessor, the PSP. But after filling out its library with an influx of cool indie games and a bunch of “Cross-Buy” titles—games like Guacamelee! (emphasis original) that give you both a Vita […]

  • Totally Tabular

    The humble tab key saves Humanoid 47 from its own cluttered beauty.

  • Rain

    Not Quite There

    Rain is pretty like a stormy night but insubstantial like its invisible hero.