Archive:  July, 2015

By Lexie Proctor, July 23, 2015 Editorial, PC

Two months ago League announced that they would be doing a user interface update, though not many people noticed announcement this including myself. The result was starting a match and being ridiculously confused. Everything had shifted to different spots which made… Read More »

By James, July 22, 2015 News

FIFA 16 will be getting Alex Morgan, star of the US Women’s Soccer Team (in Europe, called “America’s Lady Footballers” I’m guessing) on the box art cover! Additionally, the international versions of the game will get other female soccer players… Read More »

By James, July 21, 2015 News

This is a pretty big Tuesday if you want to play some interactive fiction (and some bonkers dating sims). Hatoful Boyfriend is seeing its PS4/Vita release today, marking the great tradition of pretending you’re a girl dating birds in high… Read More »

By Dante, July 20, 2015 News, Sony

Sony has started a new PSN series entitled “Conversations With Creators” hosted by fellow big nerd Wil Wheaton. This week’s conversation was with some of the head honchos at Naughty Dog Co-President Evan Wells, Game Director Bruce Straley, Creative Director… Read More »

By Ryan Shiflett, July 20, 2015 News, Sony, Trailers

Meet Necalli, the first of four new characters that will be making their debut in Capcom’s up coming PS4 exclusive Street Fighter V. Capcom made the Necalli announcement during the Ultra Street Fighter IV competitions at this year’s EVO 2015… Read More »

By James, July 20, 2015 News, PC

Dragon Age: Inquisition, a game we loved here, has a free trial going on! Get into six hours of the single player, and unlimited multiplayer! That’s all we really have on this one – go get the game!  The trial… Read More »

By James, July 17, 2015 Free To Play Friday

The Home Run Derby was this past Monday, and the best part of it every year is not watching juiced-up Dominicans smash baseballs into crowds.  It’s definitely the kids they let into the outfield to catch the ball. Short Child… Read More »