First of all, the Staff apologises to you all that there have been no new posts these past two weeks. However, yes, you read that correctly. Game-Flush.com is officially closing its doors. It’s an extremely sad day for me, but before the Corporate Ninja signs off once and for all, I felt an explanation needed to be given, and I have a few thanks to make. Read more ›
If you have played the Legend of Zelda, you know that the first thing you do is go to get your sword. However what would happenif you skipped that step…..
Side quests have been a staple in most games for quite a while now. They are fun and you usually get something good out of them. But have you ever wondered what happens while you are off doing those quests…..
Well, Flushers, after last Friday’s article (by yours truly) about how little release dates seem to mean these days, we bring you yet another installment of the Game-Flush.com Early Swirly. I’d love to claim most of these games actually made their original release dates, but that’s probably asking too much. That said, I’m sure you want to know what’s good (or at least is looking interesting in a that’s-so-bad-it’s-funny sort of way) this week in video game releases, and I’ve got your fix. So pull up a toilet, take a squat and let’s get down to business. Read more ›
I’ve criticized video game companies a lot in my articles. I’ve written about their poor decisions in creating 3D games. I’ve called out publishers on their childish habits of crying do-over with every long-running series. I’ve even talked about the pointlessness of system start-up screens. (And, of course, I didn’t miss the chance to throw mud at Microsoft over their Red Ring of Death.) But if you think I’m even close to done with writing about my gripes with these self-proclaimed video game gurus, you’re quite mistaken, my fellow Flushers. With the recent release of Diablo III and last year’s Duke Nukem Forever, I thought it would be a good time to tackle the worst offender in the video game world: the always subject-to-change video game release dates. Read more ›
Well I’ve been blabbing about it for months, may as well spill my guts on this game. The long long wait was worth it, while it appears many were left disappointed with the return of Diablo after so many years. How does it stack up against the previous titles in the series? Well read on and I’ll tell you. Read more ›
First off, I would like to start by saying I have never actually seen a full episode of Jersey Shore. From the bits and pieces I have seen, the show makes me want to move out of New Jersey just so I do not have to share a state with these morons. Even though they are all not even from New Jersey I feel like I can get melanoma from their crappy tans from just being in the same state as them. The little bit I did watch on Beavis and Butthead made me want to rip my eyes out to throw at them. That being said, here is a video making fun of these clowns…
While new games are coming out constantly, I’m still knee deep in Diablo 3, and that is the way it’ll remain for the next few months. For those of you who aren’t playing D3 or actually care about anything non-Diablo related, here’s the best of the rest.
At the top of the list a classic fighting franchise adds another chapter in their long history, plus some other stuff. Let’s roll.
It’s no secret that I have a great love for the Xbox 360 and all of its fascinating downloadable games. With games like Castle Crashers, Bionic Commando: Rearmed, Shank, and Shadow Complex, the downloadable market can sometimes overshadow the mainstream retail games in a big way; and usually with less than half the retail price. But, every now and then, I wish there was more.. I love these new games to death, but I look at old-school games like X-Men: the Arcade game, Double Dragon, and Altered Beast, which are also downloadable games on the Xbox 360, and I wish we had more of that.
And so, we look at my wishlist of games that should be downloadable: Read more ›
It seems sometimes that video game bosses demand so much from their minions without realizing how ill equipped they really are. Luckily a few of them were willing to go on a popular show called Undercover Bosses. Here is how it turned out… Read more ›