Welcome to the Space Jam.
Welcome to the Space Jam.
People on the comment boards for articles covering the re-release of Marvel Ultimate Alliance and its 2009 follow up are balking over each game’s price tag, but never fear true believer, it’s totally worth the money.
Every once in a while indie titles can get lost in the ever collapsing and expanding menus of the PlayStation Store, especially if you don’t know what you’re looking for. Thankfully, if you missed it back in October, March’s PlayStation Plus lineup rights one of these terrible wrongs.
Grab a set of speakers and your Spider-man Underoos and join us for a conversation.
Dr. Stephen Strange has the potential to be one of the most influential new variables in the equation that is the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and with Benedict Cumberbatch having been seen filming in Nepal I thought it might be a good time to talk about The Sorcerer Supreme.
On this week’s episode of Arcadio my co-host Matt schools me in Pokemon, we talk about The CW and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow and The Flash, and I say thank you to the TAY (poorly, stumbling over my words) community and share a touching story from the comments on my article When Video Games Honor The Dead.
It was Tuesday night, my wife had already gone to sleep, and I had nothing going on so I decided to dust off the old PlayStation 3 and revisit a quiet little town in the mountains of Colorado.
Ladies and gentlemen, join myself and two great friends as we talk about what we liked and didn’t like about The Division open beta, Ubisoft’s line up through 2017 (with a good amount of focus on South Park: The Fractured But Whole), and Deadpool. **No major spoilers for Deadpool but some talk points could be minor…
Yesterday, it came to light that Square Enix had put in a memorial to the late David Bowie in its latest patch for Final Fantasy XIV. I thought it might be a good time to take a look back at some of the other memorials in video game history.
My current situation looks bleak as I huddle crouched behind an abandoned SUV, the only cover between me and a hail of bullets. The snow in the Dark Zone is coming down thick and limits my team’s visibility as we clean out a group of yellow bar elites. Suddenly, after gathering our spoils, four other agents appear out…
Fighting fans and horror fans everywhere rejoiced last year when Mortal Kombat X developer NetherRealm Studios announced that they would be bringing classic horror icons Jason and Predator in as Kombatants, and now they’re showing off Leatherface as apart of the recently announced Kombat Pack 2. The strange thing is,…
Ubiquitous Software, better known as Ubisoft, announced today that they would be skipping the annual release of Assassin’s Creed this year citing fan feedback as the primary reason. But is that all?
This week on Arcadio we’re discussing the time we spent as PHD’s in Surgeon Simulator. You know what they say about brutal murder- Where there’s a will there’s a way.
As it turns out, a lot of lucky people in the media got to play The Division and it looks great, so we decided to talk about it.
Most of us didn’t know David Bowie personally. Bowie had never met us on the street, been a passenger in our automobiles, or shared a meal in our homes, at least not physically. Yesterday we lost a man of many faces, of reinvention; today I’m ready to talk about it.
Since the birth of gaming there has been one universal factor that can make or break the success of a new product, the price of entry.
Ah the holidays, that time of the year when friends and family gather together to eat too much, drink too much, open presents, and of course, speculate about 2015’s Game of the Year.
Life in the Wasteland can be a hard, grueling, and buggy experience so we’ve got a few things we want to get off our chest.
There are a ton of podcasts out there that much is true but you should definitely listen to ours.
I said I’d never play Destiny again- I was wrong.