With 90 amazing master tracks and a quest mode that’s never been done before in music and rhythm games, Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock could be the coolest release yet.
After a brief hiatus, the Gamer Geeks charge back onto the scene with rants about Metroid, high praise for Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock and a prediction that Halo Reach might be the Game of the Year.
Some have panned it. Some have loved it. Not since Planescape: Torment has an RPG so divided players into camps of love and hatred. We dive into Nier to find out the truth.
Amelia Earhart was a high-flying aviation pioneer who disappeared without a trace in 1937. Now the Unsolved Mystery Club series is going to try and find her.
The 2010 Electronic Entertainment Expo has come and gone, and what a show it was! Motion controlling and 3D could change everything. The Gamer Geeks digest (and argue about) all the news among the crazy hype of this year’s E3 show.
In our quest to review more casual games, we stumble across Play First’s Love and Death: Bitten, and get quite smitten with this vampire puzzle and hidden object title.
The Gamer Geeks retreat to their cave this week to discuss all things gaming, including the charming Love and Death: Bitten Adventure title, and total save wipeouts with Army of Two 40th Day.
Following up on the How To Train Your Dragon movie, the game of the same name extends the experience for young people and the young at heart.
No, we aren’t talking about any teenage mutants. Save The Turtles is a fun game that lets you save endangered species on your Nintendo DSi.
This week our intrepid Gamer Geeks head into space to explore titles like Mass Effect 2, Aliens vs. Predator and Final Fantasy XIII. Boldly join their crew!