Category Archives: PC/Mac

The Post Game Zone – Gone Home

On this episode of The Post Game Zone, Lehew sits down with Trevon to discuss one of the most dividing games in the last couple of years, Gone Home. On which side do you fall? Continue reading

The Post Game Zone – Just Cause 3

On this week’s episode of The Post Game Zone, we have a game where you can pretty much cause as much chaos as you want. So why does Trevon think it’s lacking? Time to talk about Just Cause 3. Continue reading

Insomniac Games reveals Song of the Deep; GameStop apparently publishing the game

Today on their YouTube channel, Insomniac Games lifted the curtain on their brand new title, Song of the Deep. The trailer showcases a vast, and beautiful underwater world that the player will explore in multiple ways. Song of the Deep is set for release digitally and physically at GameStop in summer of 2016 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. You can past the break for more information on Song of the Deep. Continue reading

Kromaia Omega – Review

In many ways, Kromaia Omega feels like an old-school game mixed with modern elements thanks to technological advances. It takes a genre that has been around since the beginning of video games and manages to do something pretty unique with it. Continue reading

Our Thoughts On… Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain

On this episode of Our Thoughts On… Trevon takes a look at Hideo Kojima’s swan song for the Metal Gear Solid franchise with Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. Continue reading

Our Thoughts On… Call of Duty Black Ops III

On this episode of Our Thoughts On… so Lehew spent some time with Call of Duty Black Ops III… he’s got some things to say to Trevon… Continue reading

Our Thoughts On… Assassin’s Creed Syndicate

On This episode of Our Thoughts On… Trevon time jumps to London to explore Assassin’s Creed Syndicate… let’s just hope the game didn’t crash on him like last year… Continue reading

Our Thoughts On… Mad Max

Hello everyone and welcome to the first ever video review from The Tanooki! In Our Thoughts On… we’ll discuss the game in question with 2 or more reviewers. Continue reading

Doodle God Review: The World Is Yours To Create!

Doodle God is an interesting beast of a game. Knowing nothing about it before booting it up, I assumed it would be a god-like simulator in a more cartoonish world. I’m glad though, that my assumption was wrong, and that Doodle God is a pretty unique game. Continue reading

All Aboard the “Nope” Train: Arachnophobia in Gaming

There is a type of gamer out there for whom this innovation is complete torture, and for whom certain genres of gaming — like fantasy RPGs and Action-Adventures — are becoming less and less accessible. Continue reading