Review: Danganronpa Trigger Happy Havoc (Vita)

Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc is a combination puzzler/visual novel for the PS Vita system, and is the latest game from developer Spike Chunsoft (999, Virtue’s Last Reward) to make it across the ocean from Japan. Danganronpa combines exploration and evidence-gathering with (of all things) reflex/rhythm-based puzzling segments, tied together by …

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The Best Car Insurance Commercial You’ll Ever See

This Turkish car insurance commercial has been making the internet rounds recently, and if you haven’t seen it yet and you are any sort of Street Fighter fan, you need to. Now. Put what you’re doing down and watch this. (In case you’re like most of us and don’t speak …

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What We’ve Been Playing

Well, we are back once more to give you the rundown on what we’ve been playing and this time we have someone new too! Aaron Last time we talked, I mentioned that I had started Knack for the PS4 and that it wasn’t really that good. I said that it …

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Review: Zero’s Escape – Virtue’s Last Reward (Vita, 3DS)

With the upcoming release of Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc for the Vita, I thought it would be a good time to draw attention to a previous title by the same company (Spike Chunsoft) that was released around October 2012. Zero Escape: Virtue’s Last Reward is the second game in the …

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Flashback Friday: Maximum Carnage (SNES)

Back in the 90’s, multi-title cross-overs became all the rage in comic books. One of the more popular cross-overs was Spider-Man’s “Maximum Carnage”, which managed to spawn a really cool video game. Maximum Carnage was a side-scrolling beat ’em up in the vein of Streets of Rage and Final Fight. …

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What We’ve Been Playing

Sherrie The biggest change recently in my gaming lineup has been the removal of Super Mario 3D World for the Wii U from it, because Aaron and I finally beat it! We cleared all eight worlds with full green stars and stamps (except for missing a star here and there …

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