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Valentine's Day 2015: PJ McQuade

Valentine’s Day 2015 Gift Guide

Valentine’s Day is only a few days away. It feels like January just blew by! We’re here to hopefully ease the pain of trying to figure out what to get your significant other this Valentine’s Day by highlighting a few deals that might not be on your radar from Samsung, TYLT, Misfit and Royal Flush Alum: PJ McQuade.

E3 2014: Nintendo Lineup

E3 2014: Nintendo Lineup

All aboard the Nintendo Hype Train! Non-stop service from here to Awesometown! In all seriousness, Nintendo had a lot to prove going into E3 2014. 3DS has been doing very well, but the Wii U continues to struggle with a sparse library and dwindling 3rd party support. To combat this, Nintendo has deployed their most diverse E3 line up in a long time. When the Wii U was first announced, one of the features that...

This Week in Gaming – Week Ending on May 11th, 2012

ACTIVISION’S MEN IN BLACK: ALIEN CRISIS TEASER VIDEO ACTIVISION ANNOUNCES E-MOVIE CASH PROMOTION FOR THE UPCOMING BATTLESHIP™ AND MEN IN BLACK: ALIEN CRISIS™ VIDEO GAMES PRIMAL CARNAGE UNLEASHES NEW VIDEO MOVE OVER MLG, A NEW COMPETITOR HAS ENTERED THE ARENA: VIRGIN GAMING DRAGON’S DOGMA REVEALS NEW UR-DRAGON EVENT MODE ANNOUNCING THE LAUNCH OF ROCKSTAR GAMES CREWS GAIKAI MAKES AIMS AT REACHING MILLIONS OF GAMERS THROUGH FACEBOOK SQUARE ENIX, INC. ANNOUNCES ADDITIONAL PRE-ORDER ITEMS FOR HITMAN:...

Zuma’s Revenge (DS) – Return of the Casual Game

Zuma’s Revenge (Popcap Games) is the sequel to the original game, Zuma. In it, you must survive a newly evolved world of Zuma that is ruled by evil tiki bosses.  You play as a frog spitting colored balls to knock out paired matches of  balls traveling along a predetermined path toward a skull. The balls  which are traveling along the path consist of  both the  colored ones and special power up ones entered randomly and according to the game mode....

Halo 4’s Mystery Composer Revealed

Halo 4 is shaping up nicely, don’t you think? Microsoft and 343 Industries announced today that “contemporary music icon Neil Davidge of Massive Attack fame to compose the score for Halo 4“. Don’t know who Massive Attack is? Well, do you remember the theme to House? Check out the video below for a sneak peek on Neil’s approach to Halo 4’s soundtrack… Be sure to visit the Halo Waypoint blog to read a blog post by Tojima...

That’s Right!

It’s True! Stephanie K and I will being traveling to Boston MA for this year’s PAX East on April 6th to April 8th to bring you all the cool stuff from the event. Will there be New games, News, Cosplay and a cool logo I whipped up for the occasion? You bet! All that and what will no doubt be the largest concentration of Nintendo3DS street passes the world has ever seen. so far Check back then...

RFMag Editor’s Holiday Picks

The misfits at Royal Flush Magazine banded together to comprise an interesting holiday list this year. Our staff covers everything from video games and music right down to cooking utensils. If you still need help finding something for anyone on your holiday shopping list, well then, keep reading ‘cause we might have you covered! .

Indie Interrogation: Meet mr. e!

Finally, it is here!  The interview everybody has been waiting months for! Literally, it has taken me months to get this up and running.  My fault completely, but none-the-less, it is here!  Feast your eyes on the wonderful world of mr. e!

New York Comic Con 2011 – Oh, the Cosplay!

New York Comic Con came and went but the pics remain! A HUGE thank you to all of the cosplayers that were kind enough to stop and let me snap a pic! You guys are my favorite part of Comic Con and every year I’m blown away by the detail and creativity. And without further ado, lets check out what this year’s Comic Con had to offer by visiting our Facebook page for all the Comic Con goodness!

Uber First Impressions Preview – Just Dance Kids, Just Dance 3, Abba, The Black Eyed Peas Experience

  Lets just say it: UbiSoft has definitely stepped it up to a whole other level when it comes to music and rhythm games. Or maybe just casual games in general. It was just a few weeks ago when I absolutely fell in love with Rocksmith and now there are a few other musical titles that I’m getting all excited about again. Give me a few moments to explain, I was lucky enough to try...

Ubisoft Discusses Dynamic Difficulty in “Rocksmith” [Video]

Ubisoft Discusses Dynamic Difficulty in “Rocksmith” [Video]

Being one of the most anticipated musical rhythm games, Rocksmith tries to explain the dynamic difficulty component found in the game. Everything from song selection to why introducing such a concept is covered in the video by UbiSoft’s Paul Cross. If you don’t know about the awesomeness that is Rocksmith, why not check out my first impressions article to get a little bit more insight into why the game is so awesome. Hope you guys...

Twister™ Mania First Impressions

Puzzle games are my addiction. Tetris, Puzzle Fighter, Bejeweled, Lumines; yes, I loved them all. So when I got the chance to play Twister™ Mania I was a little perplexed. How could a puzzle game for the Kinect work exactly? And most of all, how can this work with two or more friends?