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The internet really loves their cats, and cat memes, so it was only inevitable that given enough time, cats would conquer videogames. And now, it's the action RPG genre's turn to get invaded by our furry feline friends. While the game is pretty basic, there's still quite a bit to enjoy here.

Review by - 10/3/2017 11:32 PM Comments (0)

It's that special time of year! Summer is almost over... Pumpkin Spice Lattes are just about in season again, and one of the biggest geek culture conventions in the country is about to decend upon Atlanta! It's DRAGONCON TIME! Although some come for the cosplay, some come for the raves, and others come for the petting zoo, there are many panels throughout the convention that aren't to be missed! DragonCon has many different programming "tracks" for hobbies like podcasting, British Television, Star Trek, Television, Video Gaming and MUCH more! Some of the voices of our shows here at the Voice of Geeks network will be attending DragonCon and participating in these tracks!

Announcement by - 8/29/2017 7:58 PM Comments (0)

The saga of Clementine continues in this latest installment on the Walking Dead videogame series, although she is no longer the focus of the story. Instead the story centers on a Hispanic family who is always traveling on the road. But after time fro playing the other two series, this installment might be an indicator that Telltale might not be able to keep going much longer.

Review by - 7/16/2017 4:10 PM Comments (0)

I'm going to say this straight away: I love this movie. Given the turbulent history of the DC Expanded Universe (DCEU) since the release of Man of Steel in 2013, there was the overwhelming concern that it could not get things going with any of its films. In effect, the DCEU has been flailing in the dark, while "rival" comics giant Marvel keeps churning out hit after hit. Wonder Woman can now at least make the claim of being the first universally beloved DC superhero film since 2008's The Dark Knight.

Review by - 6/8/2017 10:40 PM Comments (0)

There are 2D and 3D platformers out there to play to your heart's content, but no one seems to care about the discarded middle. That's where Snake Pass comes in. Modeled like a 3D platformer, but Sumo Digital has decided to eschew the actual gameplay of a 3D platformer. Instead, you take on a role in which one of the main elements of platforming is missing. Namely, the ability to jump. What follows is something that feels more like QWOP or Octodad. This approach leads to an interesting and fun game, despite the challenges of a setup where you'll be fighting the learning curve of the mechanics paired with a troublesome camera.

Review by - 5/17/2017 8:55 AM Comments (0)

I did a preview of this game awhile back, and now that I've found the time to give Blossom Tales: The Sleeping King a full review. It's a Zelda clone action-RPG, but with loads of cuteness attached to it in the form of The Princess Bride style commentary. That's a feature that helps this game stand out from your typical Zelda clones.

Review by - 5/4/2017 10:43 AM Comments (0)

Kara no Shojo was a great adult horror detective story that also had a prequel with Catagra. The last story ended with the disappearance of Toko, who became important to Reiji. While this game is technically a sequel, it has a story that's largely disconnected from resolving that plotline. It might possibly be due to the fact that answering that question wouldn't take long, and the writers needed a large enough story to draw readers in. Which is why the the story’s focus is on how awful traditions can turn people who devote themselves into monsters, and enchain those who are caught in the middle. Thankfully the story is still good enough on it's own to justify it's existence. Even if there are pacing issues.

Review by - 2/5/2017 5:38 PM Comments (0)

For the first time since probably Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, there exists the very real possibility that a Star Wars-related film would end with the bad guys slaughtering the good guys. No one would survive this. And that fact adds a sense of urgency to the proceedings that wasn't really present in the original trilogy films.

Review by - 12/20/2016 9:01 AM Comments (0)

Hello fellow readers and video game music aficionados alike! It’s time for another I Love That Concert article! This time we will be talking about Gamacon Symphony, a local video game concert, and Capcom LIVE, produced by Shota Nakama and Tommy Tallarico, of Video Games LIVE. While Gamacon has been an on-going convention and concert for years now, November 5th marked the first ever Capcom LIVE concert in Latin America, ever! So, did it live up to the hype? We will see in today’s article.

I Love That Song! by - 11/18/2016 9:05 AM Comments (0)

I got the opportunity to play the demo of Blossom Tales: The Sleeping King. It's a Zelda clone action-RPG, but with loads of cuteness attached to it. While most games like this have a modern aesthetic, this games is definitely going for the retro look.

Preview by - 11/17/2016 6:11 PM Comments (0)