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By Eugene Sax On 2 Apr, 2014 At 11:12 AM | Categorized As Featured, PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Network, PS4, Reviews, Xbox | With No Comments

Strider was first brought to my attention through the Marvel Vs. Capcom series.  He was a different character than I was used to from seeing in Capcom games, and he really grabbed my attention.  I didn’t think much of him though as anything more than just another fighting game character.  When I heard that he […]

By Troy Hina On 25 Mar, 2014 At 09:32 AM | Categorized As Featured, PlayStation 3, Reviews | With No Comments

  Originally slated for Q1 2013, NIS is bringing this Japanese style action RPG, The Witch and The Hundred Knight to US fans almost a year late with an official release date of 3/25/13.  Although, sometimes flawed, fans of the genre will find plenty of the quirks and charm that they’ve come to expect and enjoy with this loot based […]

By Eugene Sax On 24 Mar, 2014 At 03:19 PM | Categorized As Featured, PlayStation, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Network, Reviews | With No Comments
Atelier cover

  When I first saw this game, I wasn’t sure what to make of it. I knew there were other games on the market with the same name, so I knew it was a series. A traditional JRPG if I had ever seen one. Since that was my forte, I was pretty eager to get […]

By Troy Hina On 20 Mar, 2014 At 09:21 AM | Categorized As Featured, PS4, Reviews | With No Comments
Basement Crawl Logo

***Editors Note: This game was reviewed just after release and no update has been released as of the time of posting this review. We will look into the update once it is released and re score if needed. Please enjoy the read and thank you! -Gamer Chatter Staff*** Charles Caleb Colton once said that “Imitation […]

By Adrian Munoz On 12 Mar, 2014 At 09:42 AM | Categorized As Featured, PlayStation, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Network, Reviews, Xbox, Xbox 360 | With No Comments

Opening Thoughts: If you’re familiar with Earth Defense Force 2017 (or Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon), you know what to expect.  The Ravagers – an invading army of bugs and robots – have descended on the planet, and you need to defend the earth.  The battles aren’t long and  most of them take 10 minutes […]

By Troy Hina On 10 Mar, 2014 At 09:27 AM | Categorized As Featured, PlayStation, PS4, Reviews | With No Comments

The June 2013 release of TowerFall hit the bulls eye with Ouya owners making it the must have title for the platform.  This hilariously addictive archery combat game won the hearts of most that played it.  Not content with being the Ouya’s diamond in the ruff, indie developer Matt Thorson from mattmakesgames is set to […]


Cast your mind back to 1994 and World Cup USA and I am sure you will have your own fond memories, George Hagi’s wonder goal against Colombia, Ray Houghton’s screamer against Italy, that awesome flick and volley by Jurgen Klinsmann against South Korea, the epic hair of Carlos Valderrama and THAT penalty miss by Roberto Baggio were just some of the […]

By Eugene Sax On 12 Feb, 2014 At 02:27 PM | Categorized As Featured, PlayStation, PlayStation Network, PS Vita, Reviews | With No Comments
Dangonrompa features

  What does a university for the elite, a bunch of all star kids, and a black and white bear have in common?  They are all in the latest game from NIS America.  As a fan of story games, I was really interested in this one from the premise alone.  Without a doubt, this game […]

By Karl Palmer On 4 Feb, 2014 At 08:56 AM | Categorized As Featured, PlayStation, PlayStation Network, PS Vita, Reviews | With No Comments
Surge Deluxe Key Art FI

From the studio that brought you Velocity Ultra comes a fun little puzzle game called Surge Deluxe,  originally released as Surge for PlayStation Mobile back in 2012 the guys at Futurlab have certainly listened to the community and took their feedback on board.  The Vita version boasts a variety of upgrades which make the game both more accessible […]

By Scott Ollek On 2 Feb, 2014 At 11:49 AM | Categorized As Android, Featured, iOS, Mac, PC, Reviews | With No Comments

  Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft is similar, and yet so different when it comes to your card games.  How to play the game is simple and user friendly, however mastering the game is what will take you time and practice to achieve.  Here is my review of this addicting game. In Hearthstone, you first have […]