iOS 9 to Integrate with our Smart Homes

Smart home owners are already familiar with the conveniences of having a unified source of control for the entire home. Want to close the blinds because you are coming home early and do not want the house to...

Review: Crypt of the Necrodancer

There's something admiral about a game that can add a new feature to a well-known genre, and by doing that make it feel fresh again. And there's something even more admiral if they can do it and still please...

Review: The Witcher Adventure Game

I've never gotten into the "digital boardgame" titles before, with the exception of a brief round of Settlers of Catan. Video games can do so much more than just shift static pieces across a digital board,...

January Gaming Round-Up

We’re just weeks in to the New Year; and already 2015 is shaping up to be a good year for gamers. Here we’ll discuss the greatest new and upcoming releases for January - along with. Christmas may be over,...

Hand of Fate: Preview

Hand of Fate is a surprisingly good game. That's "surprising" not because I had low expectations, but because I thought the game looked very good and was surprised that it surpassed even that expectation. It...

Space Hulk Ascension Edition: Review

The secret of all great military units throughout history has been in their ability to attack and defend as one. The Spartans and Roman Legionaries locked shields. Special forces of today's world have complex...

Review: Wings! Remastered Edition

I never had a chance to play the original Wings! but it's one of many games that pulls on the strings of nostalgia for many-a-geek, and it's a game that was recently remastered and re-released. Wings! is...

A Return to Sam & Max Hit the Road

I'll never forget the day I got my first computer. It wasn't one of those go-to-the store things. My dad had a friend who built compturs and we stayed at his house the whole time he put it together for us, and...

Review: The Last Federation

You're a giant, multi-headed space hydra who used to rule the galaxy with an iron fist alongside your evil dragon-thingy kinfolk. Then the other races revolted. They got into your base. Killed your dudes. Now...

Review: ‘Wargame: Red Dragon’

I was a bit cautious of when I first approached the Wargame series. If you read what players say, there are some who call it a refreshing strategy series with near endless replay value. There are others who...

Preview: Starpoint Gemini 2

There is a certain charm to a game that lets you swagger around the galaxy, moving freely between planets and space stations while a massive space war rages on around you. Starpoint Gemini 2 makes you feel...

The Bunker

"The Bunker" is an original short story by Andy Wisniewski, an English teacher in Japan. "So she ended up getting pregnant with some guy from high school, and she dropped out that same year. Never saw her...