GVN Quick Review: Titanfall (Xbox One)

Developer: Respawn Entertainment
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Genre: FPS
Release: March 11, 2014

I'm have never been more serious about something that I felt needed to be said.  Titanfall is one of the biggest overhyped letdowns and the first major disappointed of 2014.  Titanfall has received heavy praise from many of the big gaming publications.  So that makes it even more of a disappointment when you realize all you're playing is an online only futuristic Battlefield with mechs and parkour abilities.


GVN Review: Bravely Default

Bravely Default was a game that I just happened to come across some time ago. A Square Enix game with a new IP supposedly based on the Final Fantasy 3 job system. Needless to say I had to take a look.


GVN Quick Review: Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy (3DS)

Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy
Genre: Puzzle
Publisher: Level-5
Developer: Level-5
Release: February 28, 2014

After two years, Level-5 has finally released the final chapter in the Professor Layton series with Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy.  It is the final prequel in the series that will lead into the first game release which was Professor Layton and the Curious Village.  While making the games, the studio decided to do prequels and that started with The Last Specter.  The story has developed so much since the first game that we have grown to know and love all the characters and expect for some easy and challenging puzzles.


GVN Radio Episode 45

Robert, Anthony, and Andrew chat about what' they've been playing and have a huge discussion about what they feel makes a good/great game.  Also the usually classic gaming chit chat.

Warning.  The audio feed breaks down here and there but everything is still understandable.

Download Episode 45


GVN Quick Review: Donkey Kong Country Tropical Freeze (Wii U)

Donkey Kong Country Tropical Freeze
Publisher: Nintendo
Developer: Retro Studios
Genre: Platformer
Release: Feb 21, 2014

Donkey Kong has been around as long as Nintendo's famed plumber and despite Mario's soaring success, Donkey Kong was never able to match it.  At least not until the release of the Donkey Kong Country for the Super Nintendo. The Donkey Kong Country games gave us some of the best platforming action on the Super Nintendo and that continued onto Nintendo's future consoles.