The Walking Dead Review: The Dead Can Feel

A game seldom comes along which strikes a chord deeper than just being entertained. The Walking Dead by Telltale Games delivers on a one-of-a-kind experience by reaching into your personal morality and advocates a new level of interactive storytelling. Episodic games are some of the more difficult games to master, and this holds especially true when it… Continue reading

Borderlands 2: The Right to a Bazillion Guns – The Cursed Checkpoint #127

Brandon, Aaron, and Justin G take a break from their bazillionder gun hunt to discuss how much more Borderlands 2 is the right amount of Borderlands, as well as their thoughts on the future of the franchise. The Cursed Checkpoint is a topical video game podcast focused on discussions and interviews about a single video… Continue reading

SimCity Finally Gets an Official Release Date

EA has officially announced SimCity will release on March 8, 2013 for PC and Mac. Though originally thought to be released in February, I’m quite happy with this news as I look forward to becoming overlord mayor of many “denisims of Atchville (trademark pending)”. EA hasn’t officially given a reason for releasing the game in March instead of… Continue reading

WTF Is This: (Strip) Halo 4 in Hart of Dixie

Product placement has become a necessary evil for movies and television shows. Video games often times get some of the more awkward product placements because the people involved are usually portrayed as immature cookie cutter characters and the games aren’t quite represented accurately. Hart of Dixie not only product placed Halo 4, but the show introduced a new… Continue reading

Dungeon Defenders Celebrates 1st Anniversary with DLC and Sales

Dungeon Defenders was released only a year ago. It seems like more than that with the sheer amount of content its produced and the hours of entertainment I’ve immersed myself in. When I was perusing the Steam store yesterday I came across a massive sale on Dungeon Defenders content. Naturally, I clicked on it to find more and more… Continue reading