Tag: reviews

My oh my did Sony\’s newest handheld have an identity crisis, though not as bad as the PS3\’s last generation. It was originally pitched as having the home console experience in your pocket and yet very few games were able to come close to that promise. The only two I can think of are Uncharted […]

Read More

Where the did this game come from? From the mind of one man—Tom Happ. That’s right, over the course of five years one guy created everything you’ll experience in Axiom Verge from the gorgeous pixel art to the thumping soundtrack . This game was a labor of love and it shows. You play as a […]

Read More

If you haven’t played Life is Strange yet you really should. But don’t expect to see the story through to the end—at least not yet. The game isn’t presented to you all at once and instead is broken up into five episodes. I have mixed feelings about this. On one hand I like the anticipation […]

Read More

Q*Bert Rebooted

Qbert is an old timeless arcade classic. It enjoyed it’s time back with other classics like Pac-Man, Space Invaders, and Donkey Kong. Even after over two decades the little orange guy is still a rather recognizable character, however, this is more as a pop culture symbolism of arcade classics. He made an appearance in movies […]

Read More

New 3DS XL Review

I’ve had my new 3DS XL for about a week now and man am I happy I don’t have to go back. What makes the new 3DS XL “new” compared to the old one? Well you can read my geekier more involved breakdown here but the overall gist is the new system is much snappier […]

Read More

First off The Order: 1886 doesn’t deserve the vitriol it has seen before it released. There is so much hate and scorn for games and between gamers lately and it saddens me. Not every game is going to be a perfect ten or five or whatever fucking rating system is used. If a game scores […]

Read More

I’m not sure why I kept going back to Unmechanical: Extended the way I did. There is next to no story or dialogue and the campaign length is only a few hours. The controls are simple, you use either joystick to move a hovering robot and use either of the shoulder/trigger buttons to pick up […]

Read More

Never Alone Review

Never Alone is like games that have come before it and also quite unlike anything I’ve played before. For me what really sets it apart is having the story told through members of the Iñupiaq tribe in their native language with authentic artwork and learning through mini documentaries detailing different parts of their culture and […]

Read More

Twitch

Instagram

Twitter

Our latest podcast episode for #LANParty is up! Listen on @iTunes @GooglePlayMusic @tunein @StitcherRadio & the web! pixelrater.com/episode-81-nin…
RT @Scotch_man: @pixelrater @trondood ...welp, here we go! Lemme know if you wanna borrow the CD. 😄 pic.twitter.com/8rdchY9ULK
RT @abbyboeh: THE @DestinyTheGame ZINE WE GONNA HAVE AT @SPXcomics IS GONNA BE REAL COOL U GUYS pic.twitter.com/J1TLBRyVvf