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*this post was written by “Kenesu Hojisan” <weapon0frevolution@gmail.com>* Do you like girls? Do you like girls in bikinis playing beach volleyball? Do you like watching Dead or Alive girls in bikinis playing beach volleyball and and booty bumping each-other atop water floats? Then you’re probably familiar with Dead or Alive Xtreme already and will be […]

By Inactive or EX ROG Staffer On 9 Oct, 2015 At 06:41 PM | Categorized As Featured, ROG News | With 0 Comments

*This post is written by “Kenesu Hojisan” <weapon0frevolution@gmail.com> Bandaii Namco Entertainment Europe recently announced that in partnership with ESL Arena, The Tekken 7 World Arcade Championship Europe Qualifiers will be held at Paris Game Week. 16 Iron Fist Combatants (5 Top European Players selected by ESL & 7 players who qualified from different Tekken Tournaments within […]

By Inactive or EX ROG Staffer On 23 Jan, 2015 At 02:19 AM | Categorized As Featured, Indie Spotlight, PC Games, Reviews, ROG News | With 0 Comments

Isabel Heyninck What is Richard & Alice? Well it’s a game that is not gameplay driven, but mostly about narrative the same way visual novels are. It’s a point and click game but at its core is a modern work that uses the video game medium to tell its tale. The scenery is dreary and lifeless, […]

By Inactive or EX ROG Staffer On 30 Dec, 2014 At 08:51 PM | Categorized As Featured, Indie Spotlight, PC Games, Reviews | With 0 Comments

Isabel Heyninck I love the first Cherry Tree High game. A lot. It set itself apart from most visual novels I’d played because unlike most visual novels it was highly interactive. Usually you just get the dialogue and a few choices, playing more like a pick your own adventure novel. It is a medium with endless […]

By Inactive or EX ROG Staffer On 11 Nov, 2014 At 02:31 AM | Categorized As Featured, ROG Tech | With 0 Comments

This was my first year attending TigerDirect’s Tech Bash which itself isn’t exactly an old established event itself but apparently buddies and staff there last year noticed two major changes from its last run. An increase in attendance. An increase in observers. What do I mean by observers? Well mostly people who don’t use technology […]

It’s been a while since I’ve played point and click adventure games; they were a childhood staple for me. Most kids had either a Gameboy or a console, both if they were lucky, for me it was adventure and educational computer games. I grew up in a strict household where if we were having fun we better […]

By Inactive or EX ROG Staffer On 24 Jun, 2014 At 12:45 AM | Categorized As ROG News | With 0 Comments

Miami New Times is not recognized as the most geek friendly magazine in Miami, as it certainly caters to the more modern “hip” side of Miami. They’re the type of trendy newspaper that discusses night clubs, fashion, and other mainstream interests that couldn’t hold my attention for more than a minute before setting it back […]

By Inactive or EX ROG Staffer On 16 Jun, 2014 At 12:02 AM | Categorized As PC Games, Reviews, ROG News | With 0 Comments

I kind of have a thing many people find weird. I love visual novels. In a medium where some of the most talked about subjects is either graphics or game play mechanics it seems unusual to some one of my favorite types of video games amounts to what is essentially a mix of first person […]

Sine Mora is a game developed by Hungarian and Japanese game developers Digital Reality and Grasshopper Manufacture. They have been well received and have been made available on PC, many consoles including the OUYA, as well as receiving mobile game releases. I can’t speak on the merit of the mobile adaptations of the game because I played […]

The light novel series better known by its anime, Sword Art Online, has already spawned a console game and it looks like its second console game is getting a great treatment. The first game has only been available on the Japanese market to the chagrin of many fans. The second game has been announced for […]