Cross Border Gaming #111: It's on the Vita, Eh?
It’s our E3 Preview Episode! Harold, Frank and Adam talk E3 rumors, Egg McMuffins, Barenaked Ladies, Epic v. Sillicon Knights, Activision v. West & Zampella, No Doubt v. Activision, Hbomb v. Nintendo, Dead Space 3, E3 predictions, Harmonix makes some Rock Band Blitz announcements, & more. Plus, Adam needs a Diablo III intervention. Download Now...
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Fez | Review (XBLA)
In development for over five years, Fez has finally launched. Since its first announcement back in 2007, the game has increasingly been getting more attention from gamer with its unique twist on puzzle-platformers and since it is featured in the highly anticipated Indie Game: The Movie documentary. Is Polytron’s first attempt in the video game arena a success? After having spent some time with the...
Indie Game: The Movie | Review
If you have been following the video game news scene during the last year or so, you probably have heard about Indie Game: The Movie at least once. For those still unaware of what it is about, let me explain it shortly. This movie is an independently/crowd-funded documentary from Canadian producers/directors James Swirsky and Lisanne Pageot. The film is about indie game development following the...
Cross Border Gaming #110: I'd Do Atlantis
Harold & Frank are joined by Sarah Tomase (sans Philip), as they talk the demise of 38 Studios, Ron Gilbert’s new game, GameStop Expo (a nominee for FAIL of the Year), Activision lawsuits updates, robot maids, fish tacos, latina thighs, cross dressing, wasting people’s time, crossovers, and multiple entendres. Download Now...
Kid Icarus Uprising | Review (3DS)
After 25 years out of the game, Kid Icarus as a franchise feels like it never even existed. Especially because the original 1987 game wasn’t very good, all things considered. So I’m sure you wonder, what place does Kid Icarus Uprising even have in modern games? Is this just some other game with a Kid Icarus coat of paint on it, kind of like Star Fox Adventures? Well let me give you my short-review...
Trials Evolution | Review (XBLA)
Some games never get old through time. Whether you think about Tetris, Frogger, Peggle, and many others, a core gameplay formula will always have you coming back for more. This is what Red Lynx is trying to do with Trials Evolution, a new entry in the popular racing/puzzling action franchise that started many years ago as a free flash game. Thankfully for the fans, this new title holds up to the...
Cross Border Gaming #109: The Bratwurst Mall
Harold & Frank are joined by Alex O’Neill of Irrational Passions as they talk Sony going back to the ‘80s (and not in a good way), Minecraft XBLA breaking records and pissing people off, major publishers not having E3 booths, Nunavut, Kinect as a tool to detect autism, Valve & Blizzard making a DOTA deal, Nintendo making Hbomb mad, Farmageddeon, Rovio’s next game, our picks for PlayStation...
Cross Border Gaming #108: Osteoporosis: The Old...
Harold & Frank talk more bad decisions by Nintendo, George Lucas’ hygiene, Harmonix, Sega, Bioshock Infinite’s delay, GTA 5, teacher appreciation, Angry Birds and Skylanders making mega money, Tetris vs. PTSD, SWTOR on the decline, and more. Download Now [podcast]http://s93380653.onlinehome.us/CBG_Podcast/episodes/cbg108.mp3[/podcast] On This Week’s Episode: Patent shows Wii U...
Cross Border Gaming #107: It Felt So Good!
Harold & Frank are joined by TGH’s Pat & Adam as they talk Kid Icarus: Uprising, Perfect Strangers, the end of Inside Xbox, multiple entendres, Fable Heroes, Awesomenauts, Cards Against Humanity, PAX Prime selling out, the true purpose of the iPad, Sega literally going down the toilet, what happens when you assault an officer when drunk, & more. Download Now...