Yes, you read that right: legendary publisher Ubisoft is set to open a theme park based off of their most popular properties, such as Assassin’s Creed, Rabbids, and Just Dance. Read more
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Planet of the Eyes is a puzzle-platformer that’s definitely worth your time. I got together with Vanessa Chia, art director and game designer at Cococucumber, to discuss the studio’s effort.
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I got the chance to talk with Matt Hammill, artist and designer at Astroid Base, about the studio’s debut game Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime, and you’ll never believe what […]
Held at the legendary Horseshoe Tavern on Queen St. W in Toronto, Nerd Noise Night has been bringing the geek for a number of years now, and this time around appears to be no different.
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Tyler Talks Games is headed to Twitch! Every Monday, I will be live streaming my new show Mystery Minecraft at 9pm EST on www.twitch.tv/tylertalksgames.
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Three new Wii Remote Plus controllers will be hitting the market soon and are themed around characters we all know and love from the Mushroom Kingdom: Bowser, Toad, and Yoshi. Read more
Here’s a little glitch I found while playing Minecraft. Gosh darn oak sapling!!
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Sorry Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 users: last-generation versions of Mortal Kombat X have officially been canceled. Read more
Does this game not look super-hype? I’ve never been a die-hard Halo fan (not saying that I haven’t enjoyed them), but I think 343 Industries will deliver with this game. I had the chance to try Halo 5: Guardians at #X15 in Toronto earlier this month, and I can say with confidence, it’s pretty freakin’ sweet.
Traditionally, the summer season results in a lack of significant titles being released for consoles. Cue indie developer Psyonix, as their physics-based vehicle soccer game called Rocket League looks to be the salvation to the drought. A sequel to 2008’s Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars, Rocket League delivers more veracity and excitement than its predecessor (which says a lot), and is sure to race into your heart instantly. Read more
Last-generation game Deadpool will be headed to Xbox One and PlayStation 4 later this year, packed with plenty of bonus content for all to enjoy. Read more