March 2014


While many releases are packed into the last three months of the year, there’s more than enough going on in the rest of the calendar that can be easily forgotten by the holidays. Progress Report is our way of remembering: a quarterly look at the laudable and notable in the games industry. READ MORE

While Andrew plays Luftrausers, he and Graham talk about the Wii U GBA Virtual Console, Facebook buying Oculus VR, Ground Zeroes, inFamous: Second Son, Yoshi’s New Island and more!

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Today marks three years since the North American launch of the Nintendo 3DS. It’s certainly had its share of ups and downs (though more ups as of late), but at this halfway point in the system’s life, here’s what we’re wondering: has it lived up to the potential of the system itself? We’re naming the games that are the best at what the 3DS can do better than anyone else, and we’ll let you be the judge of whether it’s meeting expectations. READ MORE


It’s been about 13 years since the release of Final Fantasy X. With two online games and two console entries since 2001, how well does it hold up? Is it worth revisiting the world of Spira again?

Absolutely. If you ever needed a reason to play either one of these games, this would be a great time to do it. READ MORE


Ever since the humble beginnings of the Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network, we’ve seen releases of large swaths of arcade-style games. These titles, from Geometry Wars to Super Stardust, have populated these services from day one. Vlambeer, the creative team behind Super Crate Box and Ridiculous Fishing, is back with Luftrausers, a 2D action game that feels like it’s a lost gem from a bygone era. It continues the unstoppable trend of arcade-style downloadable games in style.