Sportsball is out now in the Nintendo eShop on the WiiU. This zany game is a great edition to your WiiU collection.
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The game has a great storyline and has that great feeling that you get from a Tales game.
Valiant Hearts: The Great War is a brilliant, beautiful game with a fantastic narrative.
Major League Baseball 2K11 and Top Spin 4 from 2K Sports usher in the springtime of gaming for 2011. If you are familiar with 2K games then you can expect the same attention to detail and deep roster on both titles. Much hype last year came from MLB's contest to give away one million dollars [...]
Our friends over at Retrogaming Shirts have unleashed their new designs for the upcoming Spring 2009 fashion season! These amazing t-shirts were designed by Roland Strunk - the guy behind the cool COIN-OP TV four year Anniversary t-shirt! Take a look at the new designs and be sure to fill your shopping cart up with [...]
Last week on COIN-OP TV LIVE: Jude Buffum, artist participating in the 'i am 8-bit' show, will be our in studio guest! Jude uses his art to parody politics and old school video games. We'll also have another 'Retro Smashup' segment from your suggestions and a look at the brand new COIN-OP TV anniversary t-shirts!!
Heard of PWNED.COM ?? It's a community based website by gamers for gamers and one of the better ones out there! Easy to sign up and start pimpin your profile (this means customize your look for you n00bz) and make friends right from the start. Pwned.com hits the choice demograph of 16-25 age with a [...]
The Dead Rising Remastered Triple Pack bundles together Dead Rising (2006), Dead Rising 2 (2010), and Dead Rising 2: Off the Record (2011). Veterans of the series may find the experience to be a little dead, though.
For Honor offers a chance for gamers to get medieval with harsh battle tactics that are up-close and personal.
This time around the development team have added english voice acting for specific parts of the game which was a nice touch. God Eater 2 Rage Burst will most likely appeal to fans of the Monster Hunter franchise or the anime itself.
BioShock, as the oldest title, obviously gets the biggest update as part of this collection. That said, despite being a nine-year-old game BioShock's graphics hold up surprisingly well, especially on PC.
Strangely absent from this week's Sony Press Conference was any discussion on PlayStation VR and the PS4 Pro's integration into that system - in fact the entire Press Conference was rather dull all around leaving us with more questions than answers.
The audio is the best part of Talent Not Included in my opinion. There is constant chatter and murmuring throughout the game play.
As far as presentation goes, Grow Up is a whimsical world that you’ll enjoy wandering around in. The colors are bright and vivid despite some wonky visuals.
Deus Ex Mankind Divided is a solid game. It falls back in mostly the same tracks as the previous entry, sometimes to a fault, though. The gameplay is very similar to Deus Ex Human Revolution, so that may sway you in playing or not.
It's a love it or hate it film. It's a cult classic seemingly designed for a niche of movie goers who'd appreciate the serialized feel of the project without having been previously let in on the joke. It's totally a product of its era.
Risk Urban Assault includes a single user campaign, custom game and online multiplayer modes. The single user campaign starts you in London and provides multiple objectives.
Abzû is an experience from start to finish, and one that is fairly unique among games. Every person who plays it is going to come away with something slightly different.
When I Am Setsuna popped into existence it gave fans of old school JRPG games something to look forward to once more, with a few hiccups aside, it does not disappoint.
For those not familiar with The Return of the Living Dead - the film was written and directed by Dan O'Bannon who made a name for himself for his Alien screenplay. The inspiration for the film came from John A. Russo who was one of the original creators of Night of the Living Dead (1968) who wanted to update the 'zombie genre'.