‘Tearaway’ Review: A gimmick no more

Playstation Vita has been off to a slow start, some might argue, with many games being ports, remakes, or the indie games we already played last year on PC. It boasts strange hardware features like a rear touch pad, two cameras facing inwards and outwards, and a touch screen. The Vita boasts a host of […]Read More


Five games that need the Oculus Rift

A couple weeks back, I had the chance to check out the Oculus Rift for the first time. If you’re unfamiliar with the technology, it’s a virtual reality headset with 3D video, full motion head tracking, and soon it will be in HD. In some form or another, technology has shown up like this, but […]Read More


Interview: Legend of Zelda symphony producer Jeron Moore

I had the opportunity to sit down with the Producer and Lead Creative behind “The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses,” a symphonic rendition of familiar music from everyone’s favorite Nintendo franchise, The Legend of Zelda. We talked about what’s new for their second season, Jeron’s past with gaming, and the potential (or not) […]Read More