Should We Be Scared Of Daylight?

Don’t be afraid of the dark! Atlus has announced that they’re publishing the psychological thriller Daylight, developed by Zombie Studios early in 2014 for the PC and PlayStation 4. The first-person perspective will put you right in the shoes of a woman waking up in an abandoned hospital with only […]


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Massive Chalice Kickstarts Some Gay Marriage 2

Massive Chalice, if you haven’t heard of it, is the latest game coming from the fancy folks over at Double Fine. It’s a little difficult to pin down what type of game it will be, but in their words, it’s “If turn-based tactics and feudal fantasy had a lovechild, and that offspring founded a mighty […]

Wootini’s Weekly Animal Crossing Diary 2

Dear Diary, Phew! I’m exhausted! There is so much to do as mayor of Geneva. Everything I want to do to make the town better costs so many bells that I’m constantly spending hours on the island trying to catch sharks and other high-bell-earning fish. But the place is coming […]



Deus Ex Takes A Fall

Square Enix has announced a new Deus Ex game, but surprisingly, Deus Ex: The Fall, is going to be released on the iOS platform, not consoles! “We’re really excited to continue the DEUS EX series on mobile and start a new journey”, said Jean-François Dugas, Executive Game Director at Eidos-Montréal. […]

Video: Link’s Shadow

Here’s a little something to start your midweek off right: a very high-quality fan video from Corridor Digital of Link vs. Shadow Link. And if you need some more live-action video game goodness, check out pwnisher’s live-action Super Smash Bros. Brawl match, embedded after the jump.


Tales Of Symphonia Returns 4

Namco Bandai has announced that it will be bringing Tales Of Symphonia Chronicles (working title) exclusively to the PlayStation 3 across the Americas in early 2014. These aren’t new Tales, however, but an HD compilation of the 2004 GameCube title Tales of Symphonia and the 2008 Wii game Tales Of […]

Ellen Mclain’s LGBT Summer Movie ‘Winning Dad’ 2

Today I was fortunate enough to come across a delightful video in which Ellen Mclain, the voice of Portal’s GLaDOS, bakes a cake. Whether or not the cake is a lie is still tbd, but the question remains: Why is Ms. Mclain baking a delicious confectionary treat for the internet? […]



Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate Free-to-Play Version Announced

I used to be a huge fan of the Dead or Alive fighting series, but fell off the wagon when other fighting games stole my heart. Multiple entries into the series later and Tecmo Koei has come up with an idea to try to rope me and other possible fans back […]

Review: The Art Of Remember Me

I don’t know yet if Capcom’s Remember Me is going to live up to the hype, but the brief taste I had of the demo reassured me that the game did a stellar job of translating the gorgeous concept artwork into pixels. Because before playing the demo, I had a […]



Harmonix And Disney Evolve Fantasia 2

Harmonix was clearly working on something big when it stopped producing DLC for Rock Band and Dance Central to focus its energies on it, but there was no way in the world I would have ever guessed that it was going to be a game for Disney called Fantasia: Music […]

Facebook Answers The Call of Taburetka 2

Last week many in the gay gaming world were shocked to find that a Facebook game recreating the horrifying events in Tblisi, Georgia had been created. The game, titled Call of Taburetka, featured an Orthodox Georgian priest taking on hoards of LGBT rights activists. Many noted that the gameplay itself […]



EA Shows More Pride 3

Last year, EA surprised the world by participating in Pride parades in both San Francisco and Seattle (PopCap). Well, this year the company will outdo their previous efforts by expanding that support around the world. EA announced on their blog that they will march in Pride parades in Los Angeles, Stockholm, Vancouver, […]