South Park: The Stick of Truth (Review)

Comedy is arguably one of the most difficult genres to write for, no matter what medium it's being created for. You've likely heard it thousands of times, that "comedy is subjective". Essentially what one person finds funny, another finds repulsive. Something you thought was hysterical when you were twelve, is

Batman Arkham Knight Announced (Trailer)

For those who somehow may have forgotten, while we were off playing Warner Bros. Games Batman Arkham Origins, Rocksteady, the original developer, were working on their own follow-up to the much beloved Batman Arkham Origins. Now, I know I'm likely in the minority, but I actually liked Arkham Origins Yes,

A Story with Two Tales: Broken Age Act 1 (Review)

3.3 million dollars and over 87 thousand backers; this is the legacy of Broken Age (formerly Double Fine Adventure), which started the entire Kickstarter game movement. Nearly two years have gone by since the Kickstarter campaign ended, and with that we have the backer release of Act 1 of Broken

Gun Metal Games Publishes Interface Zero 2.0 for Savage Worlds

Gun Metal Games, a licensee using the Savage Worlds tabletop roleplaying game system by Pinnacle Entertainment Group, announces the release of their cyberpunk setting book, Interface Zero 2.0. In a not-so-distant future, the world has been ravaged by global warming, subjected to the horrors of nuclear war and natural disaster, witnessed

Geek News Network Gaming Awards Winners

Below are the winners of the 2nd Annual Geek News Network Gaming Awards! We had a lot of fun picking out winners, which you can hear for yourself in today's new episode of Constantly Calibrating. For a refresher on our nominees, click here; otherwise if you would rather see a