Category: Pax

Super Senso Pax West 2016 Interview

Pax West 2016: “Super Senso” Interview

  Super Senso is a turn-based action strategy game that pits player versus player in fast-paced matches. Played on vivid 3D battlefields to compete for rare rewards, exclusive content and global supremacy. Being developed by Turbo, Super Senso is built specifically for mobile and tablets from the ground up. This...

Stifled Pax West 2016 Interview

Pax West 2016: “Stifled” Interview

It’s been awhile since I found a game that I was genuinely afraid to try. Stifled is one of those games.  Currently being developed by Gattai Games, Stifled is “a Mic-Enabled Sound-Based Stealth Thriller, where sound is the only way you see and the enemies HEAR your fear.”† Stifled combines the sounds...

Tumblestone rocks July!

So puzzle games have been snuggly at home in mobile apps and such, but Tumblestone brings the action-packed puzzle party back to the consoles and PC. Its gameplay is inspired by action puzzle games such as Tetris Attack and Bust-A-Move. I had the honor to try out Tumblestone during PAX Prime...

Pax Prime 2015: Tumblestone Developer Interview

Pax Prime never lacks in the game discovery department. Today, we share our brief interview with Ty Taylor the Game Designer working on Tumblestone during Microsoft’s ID@Xbox Pre-Pax Event. Tumblestone is an addictive puzzle game that is unlike any other. At first glance, you might feel like this is a run-of-the-mill competitive puzzle fighting...

PAX Prime 2015: Cooler Master Shows Off MasterCase 5 & Pro 5

Time to bring out your inner builder! Cooler Master has been shelling out products to empower PC gamers and PC modding enthusiasts for quite a long time. They pumped out plenty of gamer-specific products with their CM Storm line. Now they are doubling down again on their focus to help...

PAX South 2015: Homeworld Remastered Collection

There are few titles that stand out when I think back on truly memorable games.  One of those titles is Homeworld and its sequel.  First released way back in 1999, Homeworld featured true 3D navigation (X, Y and Z axis), detailed animations, unique ship types, an emotionally engaging epic story...