DHGF Review: The Chaos Engine (PC)

"The Chaos Engine was one of the big hits released for Commodore Amiga computers back in 1993. It was quite a popular game and found itself being ported to various computers and consoles. For Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis gamers in the USA, the game was renamed to Soldier of Fortune. The Chaos Engine was a steampunk themed action game that centered on Co-op play with either a friend or a CPU controlled ally."

Diehard Gamefan Review: The Chaos Engine


GVN Radio Episode 41 is Live!

Hubbs, Mark and Andrew are joined by new comer Jason as GVN Radio make its return after a month long hiatus. We talk about the PS Vita TV, Hubbs rants about Inafune's Might No. 09 and everyone tests their skills by making good games sound bad.

WARNING - This episode contains lots of explicit language.

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GVN Radio will be returning this month

Towards the end of the summer, I took a small hiatus with GVN radio because of some scheduling conflicts preventing me and my co-hosts from having our bi-weekly podcast sessions.  There was also a lot going on in terms of my main job, Summer Jam and my wedding anniversary that I'd rather spend more time focusing on.  However all that has past and I will bring back GVN Radio.  Hopefully, I can manage two episodes this month, if not at least one and resume out bi-monthly releases from then on.

Also on the agenda, I am working on a review of the Bitmap Brothers classic, Chaos Engine for Diehard Gamefan.  I will have this review turned in hopefully by weeks end in time for next week's schedule.  Aside from that I am looking forward to the release of Grand Theft Auto 5 and maybe even pick up Diablo 3 on Xbox 360 at some point.  I also picked up the recently released Chaos Code and I might consider reviewing this unique anime fighting game.

Anyways, take care and keep on gaming.

-Robert Hubbs