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ID@Xbox Pre-Pax 2018 Open House

ID@Xbox Pre-PAX Game Highlights – #PAXWest2018

It just wouldn’t be PAX West without a visit to the Microsoft Campus for their ID@Xbox Pre-PAX Open House. With more than 50 games being shown to fans ahead of PAX West, it’s always the best place for a sneak peek. From RPGs to platformers, fans were guaranteed to discover an upcoming title that fits their gaming taste. Let’s take a look at nine titles that caught my eye during the ID@Xbox Pre-PAX Open House. Supermarket...

Pax West 2017 Editor's Choice - Archangel

“Archangel” PlayStation VR Game Review

Archangel is set in a post-apocalyptic America during the year 2089, players will assume the role of Gabby or Gabriel Walker, codename “Guardian,” who is selected by the United States Free Forces to lead the resistance against the tyrannical corporation HUMNX, a private conglomerate that governs what is left of our ravaged nation. Players enter the cockpit of a six-story-high war machine and use strategy and skill to fire upon enemies with a wide array...

Double Dragon IV (PS4 and Steam) Review

It’s time for another side-scrolling beat-em-up game review! This time, we dive into the latest entry from probably the most iconic beat-em-up franchises of all time, Double Dragon. If you’re a purist from the 80’s or 90’s that’s getting ready to scoff, know that this is not a reboot or a remake. Double Dragon IV is a direct sequel continuing the story line, appearance, and ambiance of the Double Dragon’s I, II, and III ported...

E3 2016: Alienware Showcases the Aurora, Alpha, and 13 OLED PC’s

That’s right. Given all that there is to cover at E3, we’re still not done talking about it… Of course, we had to touch on the latest in PC gaming hardware by Alienware. At E3 2016, Alienware showcased hardware geared towards various PC gaming markets: desktops, Steam Machine consoles, and laptops. Introducing the new Alienware Aurora, Alienware Alpha, and Alienware 13 OLED. Let’s dive into each. Alienware Aurora (R5) Gaming Desktop   Intel Core i3...

Moving Hazard Developer Interview | CES 2016

Moving Hazard Exclusive Developer Interview | #CES2016

Imagine a world where zombies live among us. A world where “the zombie war is already lost and what remains of humanity has retreated to fortified military bases, leaving everything in between to the shambling corpses.”† Moving Hazard is a game set 50 years after the collapse of civilization due to a fast-moving and unstoppable zombie plague, however, the zombies aren’t the main enemies. Instead they are lethal assets that can be weaponized to the...

Alien Assault Cactus Review

  All the stuff I’ve seen and experienced at PAX Prime this year was all fine and dandy, but one of the highlights for me was definitely chilling with the fine folks at Witch Beam showcasing their game Alien Assault Cactus. I’m a huge fan of the shoot-em-up genre of video games, and this twin-stick shooter delivers. I grew up with arcade games and Alien Assault Cactus continues the arcade spirit with this fun and hectic...

HTC Vive at SDCC 2015: The Tour Continues

There all kinds of appearances at San Diego Comic Con, so much that it’s hard to predict who’d appear up next. Celebrities, game developers, and writers all show up to appeal to the populous attending SDCC. So then why not have HTC show off their latest innovation from their partnership with Valve, the HTC Vive? The Vive is one of the latest in virtual reality headsets that uses Valve‘s Steam VR tracking. RFMag stepped away...

Pax South 2015 Indie Spotlight: Broforce

Pax South 2015 Indie Game Spotlight: Broforce

When Contra first came out, it was clear to those old enough to realize that it was a sort of play on beloved action movies such as Predator and Rambo. You playfully named the “blue guy” and “red guy” after the famed heroes with little to no regard as to what their names actually were. After that, it was shoot, kill, blow up and repeat. But what if you could enjoy the side-scrolling carnage of...

Evolve: Abe

Lessons Learned from the Evolve Open Beta

You have probably played the Evolve open beta recently and are now wondering what’s going on. Right? Well according to Turtle Rock Studios, while some of us were complaining about either overpowered Hunters or Monsters what actually happened during the Evolve open beta was a bunch of even matches. With over 2.2 million matches that took place during the Evolve open beta, the infographic below illustrates just what really happened during the open beta. The results...

Get Spooked with Steam: Announcement, New Releases, and More!

  Steam gets into the spirit of Halloween with tons of horror games on sale from now until November 1st. Amongst the associated titles, there are plenty of new release that will prove to be a special treat this year. You can check the full list of spooky titles on the Steam Halloween Sale page or by logging into your Steam account. The first big treat of this season is the announcement of the long...

Steam Summer Sale Encore Day

It is the final day of the Steam Summer Getaway Sale. As off 10am pst time tomorrow morning, all sales will be concluded. So today is your last chance to grab some great games ranging anywhere from 25%-90% off. Keep in mind that there will still be an update for the Community’s Choice and Flash Deal sales at 9pm est tonight and once again around 3am-4am est. So there will still be a few small...

Bashing Thru Bad Bots – Game Review

Bad Bots is a retro-styled side-scroller with a “Contra”-esque shoot-em-up appeal. It is a fast-paced blast-fest through 170 rooms of killer robots and 7 bosses. You play as lone-survivor, Sam McRae, as you venture through this deadly spaceship while trying to understand what exactly you just survived. The game has game-controller support and an interesting comic-book art story-telling style. Bad Bots hits the Steam Store today for both PC and Mac. Let’s dive into this...