Shovel Knight is a classic side scrolling platformer like Mario and Mega Man combined with that childhood lust for beating the other kids in the sandbox with your plastic trowel. In other words, it’s a retro styled nostalgia trip that has the fun and excitement of an old school game with the added bonus of digging tools. Continue reading
Have you been contemplating the purchase of South Park: The Stick of Truth? Wondering if the $60 price tag is worth it? Well, having now gone through the story and all the side quests let me tell you what I think of this raunchy RPG in a nifty pros/cons list. Continue reading
HOW WOULD YOU LIKE TO BURN ALL OF YOUR PURCHASED GOOD?!
Everyone by now should realize they need security software (AntiVirus) on their computers, but as many of us know- it simply is not the case. I find that many people are confused or simply don’t realize what a virus can do. This applies across the board with all age brackets. Read along and I’ll help you understand why you need security software and some of the pitfalls of mistakes people make that you can avoid.
(Pictured is a Rogue/Fake Antivirus)
Shank, one of my favorite words. It truly is thanks to a special girl. You ever play that game where you turn regular movie titles to inappropriate movie titles? Well, her and I went ahead and just converted them to have Shank in them. My personal favorite? Shanks. You figure out what title I used there. Regardless, because of this I had a vested interest when I saw Klei’s Shank 2 came out. It is a bloody, sidescrolling action game. I played the demo for the first game, never picked it up. The second one came out, and I tried out the demo. I was convinced it was worth the $10. Was it worth it? Let’s find out.
I am one of the RPG nuts here. Although I don’t know how I can say that since I haven’t picked up Skyrim yet. I’m making the excuse that practicing for SCR last December and the hectic retail holiday schedule made it hard to pick up. Regardless, I do love me some RPG, although I am usually more partial to JRPGs, I sunk a ton of time into Fallout 3, Borderlands, among others. While we all await Mass Effect 3’s March release, I found this game’s demo available on Xbox Live. It looked intriguing, and promised extra loot for Mass Effect 3, so I decided to give it a shot. What did I find? Let’s dive in.