Welcome to the big leagues, Too Many Games. Welcome to the big leagues.
In 2008, Valkyria Chronicles launched on PS3 to critical acclaim. Critics agreed that it's strategy RPG gameplay was a unique treat not to be missed. Now, 8 years later, after ...
Gon Freecss is one of the greatest hunters out there and he decided to join us once more today. We talk about her role in Sailor Moon as Reika Nishimura ...
Overwatch is one of the hottest new soon to be released games out there and who better to give us some inside info then the one and only Torbjorn. Keith ...
Welcome, all, again. Let me begin by admitting that I have been completely overwhelmed by the choices this season, and have not had the chance to watch even half ...
Kyle Hebert, also known as Ryu From Street Fighter stopped by today for a chat. We talk about his part in Street Fighter V and chat about the joys of ...
We welcome Erin Fitzgerald, voice actress of Noire from Megadimension Neptunia VII and Agnes Oblige from Bravely Second: End Layer back once more for an insightful interview. We talk about ...
Today we had the chance to sit down with Nicole Oliver and talk about her latest roles as well as what its like to be a part of BronyCon. Nicole ...
Laura Post joins us today to talk with us about her voice over role in Final Fantasy XIV as Moenbryda in a massive online MMORPG. Aside from that we also ...
Danielle McRae returns once more to sit down and talk to us about her latest work. Today we learn more about her part of S-sha in Megadimension Neptunia VII as ...
Graham Smith of DrinkBox Studios joined us today to talk with us about their newest game Severed. Severed is a touch based RPG where you must gain abilities or solve ...
Today we had the pleasure to interview Keir Miron, a video game developer from Vancouver. Keir Miron is the software engineer for Darkest Dungeon a challenging gothic, roguelike turn-based RPG.
It's like a yearly tradition! So welcome back Raymond Lenzer for some exclusive announcements concerning Kami-Con! .
If you want to get into visual novels, Sekai Project is a great place to start.
Posted on Jan 03 2013
I think it’s safe to say that Indie games are a hit or miss bunch. Love them or hate them, there is just as good of a chance that an “Indie” title will end up being a waste of time as there is that it will have any quality in its execution.
Posted on Dec 20 2012
Dang, it’s been a while since I last wrote hasn’t it? Hopefully you guys still remember me, but if not then allow me to reintroduce myself. I am the Bargain Gamer, and I am here to share my thoughts on bargain titles and specials for your perusal.
Posted on Jul 19 2012
Oh god, where do I even start with this one. Max Payne 3 is a AAA title published by top tier game developer Rockstar Games, the developers of such beloved games as Grand Theft Auto (pick one) and Red Dead Redemption.
Posted on Jul 05 2012
There comes a time that every reviewer wants to set aside their persona. To communicate something deeply personal about themselves or their beliefs with their audience. A desire for them to reach beyond the veil of separation and show the reader what they truly value and care about. That, for perhaps one fleeting moment, they might share a piece of themselves with their audience so that both they and their readers can grow from the experience.
Posted on May 03 2012
There is a question that I hear fairly frequently that bothers me more than it rightly should. I understand the intent behind the query, but the way it is phrased is so poorly thought out and foolish sounding that it makes me roll my eyes just out of reflex. Because no matter how intelligent the person may be, the moment they ask that flawed question, “Are video games art?”
Posted on Apr 05 2012
I’ve been doing a bit of soul searching lately, wondering if gaming is really something worth writing about. Sure, they’re a lot of fun to play and all, but who really wants to read about a game they could be playing?
Posted on Mar 15 2012
You’ve gotta love the mafia. Sure they were a bunch of criminals who killed, bribed, and stole with a passion that was almost unbelievable, but at least they had style.
Posted on Mar 01 2012
You know, there are some days when I’m sure that my good friend Tyto secretly hates me with a burning passion. One of these occurred right after he released his manliest review to date, Overcompensating with the Owl in the Rafters, and he proposed a rather... unique game for me to review based on the subject matter. That game: Muscle March. What. The. Eff.
Posted on Feb 16 2012
It’s funny. There have been hundreds, perhaps even thousands of super heroes created for public consumption. From the straight forward heroism of Superman to the crazy antics of Deadpool, there has always been a character type for fans to latch onto and watch as they evolved through the medium of comics.
Posted on Feb 02 2012
Wooooooo! This review marks one year since I first started writing for The Fan, with my first game review for the site about Devil Kings first being posted back on February third of last year. It's been an awesome year writing for you guys, with lots of fun reviews and fun side content just for you! I think this calls for a bit of a celebration!