Category Archives: Wii U

Norwegian Gaming Site Admits That Publisher NDAs Are Anti-Consumer



Bayonetta 2

One of the common complaints from people opposed to #GamerGate is that consumers aren’t gunning hard enough against AAA publishers to root out the shady deals between the people who publish games and the people who report on them. Quite naturally, if you can’t see the absurdity in that criticism against a consumer revolt, there’s really nothing I can say to convince you about the ridiculousness of that claim. However, one thing that will get publishers to change is the games media; they have to be willing to come forward about the things that consumers don’t know about and one site has done just that. Continue reading




Project CARS Halloween Trailer Is All Dark And Rainy



Project CARS

Following the multi-platform delay of Project CARS to March 20th, 2015, Slightly Mad Studios has released a new trailer to help assuage all the crushed hearts and broken dreams of racing game aficionados who have to settle for Driveclub and Forza Horizon 2 for their holiday-season racing fix. Continue reading

Project CARS Vs Real Life: Caterham 7 On Brands Hatch

Project CARS

A new video has popped up comparing Project CARS and real-life. We get to see the Caterham 7 go head-to-head on the ultra settings versus the real-life version of the vehicle on the popular British track, Brands Hatch. The video is short and sweet and continues to build a rather impressive narrative for Project CARS as the visual must-have racing game of the fall season. Continue reading

Giana Sisters 2 Targeting Wii U, Xbox One, PS4 By Early 2016

Giana Sisters 2

Here’s a bit of a break from all the completely depressing and downing #GamerGate news (and be warned, there’s more inbound, so hang on to your butts). But there’s news coming out of Nintendo Life indicating that the Kickstarted platformer from Black Forest Games will be getting a sequel. That’s right, there’s a Giana Sisters 2 currently being prototyped for the eighth generation home consoles. Continue reading