This is a game you can’t skip, and you can’t miss. Even at it’s 1600 MSP ($20) price tag there is nothing to regret. I’ve chalked up over 20 hours surviving, exploring and scavenging and I’ve barely made a dent in the “story.” This is an experience in survival that can’t be missed, and a humble reminder that everything ends, everything dies. To survive, we adapt.

State of Decay Review

Your travel through Neo-Paris is one thing, delving through the memories of your enemies is another, but to attune the emotional prowess of a magnificent title requries equally powerful music. Olivier Deriviere brings music to our ears that will make you feel like you've transported right through the rifts of time and into Neo-Paris itself. You can listen to the tracks below - and don't forget to make a playlist.

Remember Me OST on Spotify

So I spent my first day playing Remember Me, and i'm blown away. It's like a blend of Assassin's Creed, Batman: Arkham Asylum and Mirror's Edge. I'm instantly hooked - and here's the proof. The first batch of screenshots. As usual I don't watermark my images, so I just ask that you credit them if you use them for anything. Enjoy Neo-Paris.

Remember Me Screenshots, Day 1

Fuse makes a bold attempt to mix a third person sci-fi shooter (gears of war) with co-op quad-squad action (Left 4 Dead) in this new thriller by Insomniac Games (Ratchet & Clank, Resistance). While the game is fun and keeps me coming back every few days, it seems a little off and short of expectations compared to modern shooters.

Fuse Review

“A friend is one that knows you as you are, understands where you have been, accepts what you have become, and still, gently allows you to grow.” -William Shakespeare Rios and Salem were the ultimate tale of bro-mance. From fist-bump to back-to-back combat strategies, they were the definition of two […]

The Rise and Fall of Rios and Salem, An Analysis ...

As a third-person shooter, this action-packed title attempts to bridge the gap between traditional MMO’s and the Shooter genre, essentially feeling like World of Warcraft in shooter format. You can double-tap to roll and dodge bullets, swap and equip various weapons, or plough through enemies with your roller (ie: car).

Defiance Review

Developer: Visceral Montreal, EA Montreal Publisher: Electronic Arts Composer: Brian Tyler Engine: Frostbite 2 [note color=”#bc00ff”][/note] Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel was released on March 26 and it brings gamers back to the world of T.W.O., the ultimate bro-fisting, co-op blasting, merciless shooter on the market. Well, it used […]

Army of Two: Devil’s Cartel [Review]

Psi-Musing is an annotated commentary, or musing on psychological research, and how it applies to video games, the gaming community, and video game culture. Although the content is supported by current research, these short pieces will not delve deep into the literature with specific references or literary reviews. All of the […]

Psi-Musing: Amygdala, Fear and Gaming