Batman: The Telltale Series Season Finale Trailer

The fifth and final episode in the first season of Batman: The Telltale Series is right around the corner and today they dropped the trailer for the final episode called City of Light. The season finale will be released starting Tuesday December 13. Episode 1: Realm of Shadows is currently free on Steam. In Episode 5, the leaderContinue reading “Batman: The Telltale Series Season Finale Trailer”

Telltale’s Batman Series Gets a Release Date, and its Sooner Than You Think!

Telltale Game’s newest Batman episodic series has finally received its first official trailer, and it drops just a couple weeks before the debut episode. Players will find themselves in the world of Gotham as Bruce Wayne and Batman. Iconic characters such as Alfred Pennyworth, Harvey Dent, Jim Gordon, Vicki Vale, Catwoman, and Carmine Falcone willContinue reading “Telltale’s Batman Series Gets a Release Date, and its Sooner Than You Think!”

Xbox One’s Library of Backwards Compatible Games

Microsoft’s Backwards Compatibility Program brings fan’s favorite games from the Xbox 360 to the Xbox One. If you own a copy of one of the compatible games (physically or digitally), you can play it on your Xbox One. On top of that, each month with Xbox announces their ‘Games with Gold’, the Xbox 360 gamesContinue reading “Xbox One’s Library of Backwards Compatible Games”

The Walking Dead Michonne Episode 3 Review (PS4)

If you were hoping The Walking Dead Michonne would change things up and deliver an emphatic, powerful conclusion to a largely forgettable miniseries, you’re going to be disappointed. Episode 3 brings with it the confrontation the end of the previous episode promised and not much else. Some make it out alive, some don’t, and inContinue reading “The Walking Dead Michonne Episode 3 Review (PS4)”

Microsoft Stops Producing the Xbox 360 After 10 Years

The Xbox 360 turned ten years old last November. We have gotten to watch amazing games like Gears of War come to life and grow. Even established games such as Halo flourished under the 360’s reign. With all this, Microsoft has an announcement. “..we have made the decision to stop manufacturing new Xbox 360 consoles. We will continue toContinue reading “Microsoft Stops Producing the Xbox 360 After 10 Years”

Supreme Court to Hear Microsoft’s Case for Xbox 360 Disk Scratching

Gaming has gotten serious, hasn’t it? Several years ago, 2007 to be exact, several lawyers decided to open up a case on the behalf of gamers who claimed that their Xbox 360 had scratched game disks as part of a manufacturer’s defect, to the point that the Xbox 360 games became unreadable. While Microsoft’s XboxContinue reading “Supreme Court to Hear Microsoft’s Case for Xbox 360 Disk Scratching”

Review — Minecraft: Story Mode: Episode 4

Finishing Episode 3 of Minecraft: Story Mode left me with one question: could TellTale continue their hotstreak with Episode 4? In accordance with TellTale’s abbreviated release schedule, less than a month after Episode 3 we have our answer. Episode 4 is here and it delivers an enjoyable if disappointing experience. Akin in quality to the first two episodes, Episode 4 addresses someContinue reading “Review — Minecraft: Story Mode: Episode 4”

Microsoft Announces Games With Gold January Offerings

Microsoft’s Games with Gold program, which allows those with an Xbox Live subscription to receive free games, has announced their offerings for January 2016. On the Xbox One, Killer Instinct: Season 1 Ultimate Edition will be available from January 1 to January 31, while Zeros, a brand new Xbox One title, will be available from January 16 toContinue reading “Microsoft Announces Games With Gold January Offerings”

Review — Minecraft: Story Mode: Episode 3

Minecraft: Story Mode has had a rocky start; Episode 1 introduced a mixed bag of characters and a clichéd plot while Episode 2 tried to make player choice significant at the cost of gametime and still struggled to find the right balance of tone. For all you loyal Minecraft and Story Mode fans out there who’ve been waiting, take a seat because TellTaleContinue reading “Review — Minecraft: Story Mode: Episode 3”

Xbox One Backwards Compatible List Detailed

Microsoft has formally announced the list of backwards-compatible Xbox 360 games for the Xbox One, with the first wave of 104 titles to be made accessible on November 12. The extensive list of titles includes the complete Gears of War series, Assassin’s Creed II, Fallout 3 and many others, with the intention to build uponContinue reading “Xbox One Backwards Compatible List Detailed”

Telltale Games Set to Re-release Back to the Future as a 30th Anniversary Edition

Telltale Games, who cemented their name in the video game industry with the The Walking Dead seasons one and two, has announced that they are re-releasing Back to the Future: The Game to celebrate the franchise’s 30th anniversary. While the re-release features upgraded textures and additional voice work by Biff’s original voice actor from the films, Tom Wilson, there is also aContinue reading “Telltale Games Set to Re-release Back to the Future as a 30th Anniversary Edition”

Destiny 2.0 Impressions — A Prelude to The Taken King

Destiny launched a year ago with all the anticipation one would expect from a game developed by Halo creator Bungie. The game received solid critical praise, but many felt the game was incomplete. Factor in the confusing story, repetitive missions, and two $20 expansion packs in The Dark Below and House of Wolves, which arguably were not worth that much,Continue reading “Destiny 2.0 Impressions — A Prelude to The Taken King”