Might and Magic Heroes V was a generally well-received title that filled a massive gap in the current pantheon of… Read More »
Metro: Last Light is a stunningly atmospheric game. Though it falls short in enemy AI, the overall package well worth the investment.
Chris returns from getting sick, Amanda takes the day off to work, and the crew (with special guest Justin) talk old-school gangsta rap as well as a ton of games. Check out Vagary on Facebook and talk with us about … Continue reading →
This week Chris calls out and Tony, Jeff, Amanda run the asylum and let Don come to play as well. Check out Vagary on Facebook and talk with us about games, movies and other stuff we like. Music in this … Continue reading →
There is a song on Metallica’s classic 1986 album, Master of Puppets, called The Thing That Should Not Be and I’ve always thought that it would work perfectly as music for a horror film or game. While tonally the music would not fit well with Techland’s Dead Island: Riptide, the sequel to their popular zombie slaying RPG, its title does kind of lay out exactly what I think of the game. Dead Island: Riptide is the thing that should not be.
Blizzard’s Diablo series is one of the most successful franchises in gaming. As with any success, everyone wants to recreate it by making something similar but putting their own twist on it. One of the more successful imitators is the Sacred series. I only mention this because while I know the Sacred series, the latest game in the series, Sacred Citadel, took me a little by surprise. So much so that I did not actually realize it was a Sacred game.
Well folks, after sixteen long episodes we finally find ourselves at the end of The Following’s first season. Looking back… Read More »
This week Chris and Jeff get out their Reebok Pumps and head back to the 80s with Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon and Chris keeps his on even longer to talk about Evoland. Amanda tells us of her trip to … Continue reading →
No one thought it could happen. Superman was always so calm under pressure. But, set one little explosion off and… Read More »
Ever since Mario Party burst on the scene, mini-game collections have become a mainstay on gaming consoles. While other systems also have their fair share, the success of the Wii as a living room device used by families has cemented their association with Nintendo. And since everyone wants a piece of that casual, family pie, everyone has some sort of game to capitalize on their fan base. The latest in that long line of titles is The Croods: Prehistoric Party!, a “party” game based on the animated family film of the same name.