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Monthly Archive for August, 2017

Observer Review (The Gamers Lounge)

Observer, brought to you by the talented folks behind a horror hit Layers of Fear, has a cyberpunk setting that’s believable and curious to go through. Gamers will play as an old man, Dan Lazarski, who’s been a neural detective – a specialty officer with the ability to hack into the minds of suspects – for quite some time that’s looking into the disappearance of his son, who suddenly calls him one day but seems to be in a need of help.

Observer Review (The Gamers Lounge)

Phantom Trigger (Switch) Review | Marooners’ Rock

Phantom Trigger, a hack and slash adventure set in a neon universe, is out now for PC and Switch. Unfortunately, poor design choices hold it back.

Phantom Trigger (Switch) Review | Marooners’ Rock

PixelJunk VR: Dead Hungry Coming to PS VR

Today, Q-Games announced that PixelJunk VR: Dead Hungry, their latest VR spin-off from the successful PixeJunk series will be available on PS VR.

PixelJunk VR: Dead Hungry Coming to PS VR

Splatoon 2 is selling seven times faster than the original Splatoon

The turf-war shooter accounts for one-in-three of all Switch games purchased in Japan.

Splatoon 2 is selling seven times faster than the original Splatoon

Objectivity and Subjectivity – What’s In A Good Review?

Roxanne wrote: Theres been more than a few words exchanged on the subjectivity of game reviews. Just earlier this year IGN preemptively gave Prey a 4/10 review on the very objective basis that their copy was bugging out and the internet collectively went crazy over it. Jim Sterling was bashed over his 7.5/10 rating of Breath of the Wild despite publicly proclaiming that he liked the game – just not some features that he found frustrating and unnecessary. Thats before we get into anything echoing Gamergate – reviews marred by political opinion, personal beliefs regarding sex and gender, ethical development practices and the like.

Objectivity and Subjectivity – What’s In A Good Review?

Xbox One Sales Top an Estimated 30 Million Units Worldwide

Microsoft’s eighth generation home console, the Xbox One, has surpassed 30 million units sold worldwide, according to VGChartz estimates.

The Xbox One reached the milestone for the week ending June 10, 2017. The console sold 92,014 units to bring its lifetime sales to 30,075,137 units. There have also been 194,218,035 games sold for the Xbox One at retail.

Xbox One Sales Top an Estimated 30 Million Units Worldwide

The Best Video Game Controllers of All-Time

As a gamer, a controller is vitally important. It allows us to feel our games, control characters, and most importantly, achieve victory. As we grow older, we get to experience new controllers, as each new console provides us with one.

The Best Video Game Controllers of All-Time

Cyber Sleuth – How Gameplay Impacts an RPG

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth shouldn’t be a game I enjoyed, but yet I’ve put thirty hours into it. Here are my thoughts on why that happened.

Cyber Sleuth – How Gameplay Impacts an RPG

Hey! Pikmin (Nintendo 3DS) Review | Marooners’ Rock

Hey! Pikmin mixes up the Pikmin formula by bringing the series to the 3DS as a 2D Puzzle Platformer. Is the transition a smooth one? Marooners’ Rock writer Joseph takes the time to find out if you should pass on this game or not.

Hey! Pikmin (Nintendo 3DS) Review | Marooners’ Rock

First Strike Final Hour Review (The Gamers Lounge)

Join The Gamers Lounge as we play First Strike: Final Hour. It has us intrigued and we have been fans of the nearest relatives to it,
Introversion’s Defcon and Team Jolly Roger’s Interplanetary,¬†for a while now, and the idea of cleansing the Earth in pixelated fire has never not sounded like a fun

First Strike Final Hour Review (The Gamers Lounge)