Dual Screens: Nickelodeon Kart Racers: Review (Xbox One & Nintendo Switch)

Nickelodeon Kart Racers

Nickelodeon Kart Racers continues the age old formula of taking a number of loosely connected characters, shoving a go kart under them and saying “Go!” As if often the case with kart racers that are not Mario Kart, the results are mixed. Frank and Tristan break down their experience with Nickelodeon Kart Racers for both Nintendo Switch and Xbox One.

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Target scares up deals for Friday the 13th and some obscure clearance games

Right now Target has a handful of unadvertised Xbox One and PS4 games on sale/clearance. While in-store pricing and stock may vary, there’s some excellent opportunities to add some lesser-known games to your backlog on the cheap. Target is slashing the price of Friday the 13th by 50% through the 20th when you use the Target app/Cartwheel offer at checkout.  […]

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First Impressions: Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I DON’T KNOW!

Ad·ven·ture. Noun. Aimlessly plodding through eventless dungeon after eventless dungeon.

First Impressions is a close look at the crucial first hour spent with a game and its’ ability to draw you in or turn you away. Somewhere between a review and a preview. Ugh, the dirge of licensed titles. History has, unfortunately, shown us that no studio, no creator and no IP is exempt from half-hearted attempts to cash in […]

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Hands on Preview (Literally): The New Xbox One Controller

Let’s be honest here for a moment, just plain brutally honest. No fan boy nonsense or otherwise. The Xbox has had a bumpy road with their controller. Starting out on the original Xbox with a controller that was roughly the size of an iPad or small computer, Microsoft went on to design the clear stand-out controller for the last (current?) […]

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Review: Remember Me

Produced by Dontnod Studios and published by Capcom, Remember Me is an adrenaline-fueled action-adventure game set in a cyberpunk dystopia in which human memory has become commoditized and monopolized by a giant corporation called Memorize. You play as a talented rebel “memory hunter” named Nilin, who begins the game in prison with her memory removed. Under the guidance of a […]

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Review: Aliens: Colonial Marines – We should know better by now…

There were some reasons to have hope for Aliens: Colonial Marines. Despite the fact that Sega’s name was attached to it, despite the fact that there hadn’t been a genuinely good first person Aliens game in years, despite the troubled development process… ok, so maybe there was only one real reason to be hopeful

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