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Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution Now Available

Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution

The whole censorship raid going down on 4chan over the #GamerGate situation is a bit distracting, but let’s talk a little bit about recently released video games, even during a time where the entirety of video game culture is coming under fire from all the dastardly cretins attempting to censor the internet, shall we? Bandai Namco has officially let loose Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution for the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC. And so long as you’re not a #GamerGate supporter, you’re probably relaxed and thrilled about the news. Continue reading

Microsoft Explains Why Xbox One NPD Numbers Aren’t Being Shared

Xbox One

Oh, a post that isn’t about #GamerGate? Well that’s a bit of fresh air (but sip it in quick because the war isn’t over). For a while now Microsoft has failed to post any actual numbers about the Xbox One’s monthly SKUs. There’s a reason for that. Microsoft’s head of studios global product marketing has made a quick note about why they withhold numbers and you might end up shaking your head at the result. Continue reading

Batman: Arkham Knight Delayed To June 2nd, 2015

Batman Arkham Knight

Warner Bros. Entertainment made it known that the new Batman: Arkham Knight won’t be available in the early half of 2015 like we all originally thought. The game is being hit with the delay-hammer and won’t be available at a local retailer near you or a digital-distribution portal until June 2nd, 2015. It’s a good thing we have all this #GamerGate controversy to tide us over while we wait, am I right?

Everyone and their mother is reporting that Batman: Arkham Knight is being delayed. I couldn’t remember if the game was in the database at this website so figured if it wasn’t this would make for a good first entry, and if it is… well, the more the merrier, right? Continue reading

Kingdom Come Dev Openly Supports #GamerGate, Asks Adam Baldwin To Star In Game

Kingdom Come Deliverance

Some developers are afraid to speak up, some developers are afraid of being blacklisted and some developers are Honey Badgers and they just don’t give a crap. Daniel Vavra is one of those Honey Badgers, he’s the creative director for the Kickstarted game, Kingdom Come: Deliverance – a game, I might add, that has garnered more than $1.9 million in crowd-sourced funding. Continue reading

Styx: Master Of Shadows Trailer Previews Stealth Mechanics

Styx Master of Shadows

Some of the features and general play mechanics may seem derivative and passe, but Styx: Master of Shadows looks like a solid entry in the under-utilized stealth-adventure genre. We used to get games like this a dime a dozen during the PS2 era, but they quickly and silently faded out of view as the seventh generation of gaming took over. With that said, it’s at least nice to see more games tackle the stealth, action-adventure mold, as it’s not something we get often on home consoles. Continue reading

Mortal Kombat X Introduces Goro, Sets Release Date For April, 2015

Mortal Kombat X

NetherRealm Studios announced a brand new pre-order bonus for Mortal Kombat X. I’ve already made myself clear on not really digging pre-order bonuses. The idea of paying for cheats, secret content or extra characters in games before they release is kind of annoying. Even still, it feels like pre-order bonuses are small fries compared to the other crap happening in the industry. With that said, Goro is the pre-order bonus for Mortal Kombat X. Continue reading

Jesper Kyd Scores Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel

Borderlands The Pre-Sequel

Every time there’s a post that doesn’t have to deal with #GamerGate I get a little bit excited; a part of me jumps on the inside about the giddy possibilities regarding the game in said post. But then, another part of me realizes that said game could be part of some backroom cabal and the whole thing is actually some sort of sham and it’s all one big lie. I mean, following the IGF thing it’s impossible to tell what’s what anymore. However, sometimes there’s news from places that just seem like they want to get the word out about their creativity and art, and it’s easy to forget about all the other nonsense. Continue reading