The lights are on
Comic book (and bad pick-up line) lover Ben Reeves
joins Reiner and I to check out the game based on this week's Green
The first Infamous was my personal pick for game of the year in 2009. I
loved the blend of open-world exploration, platforming, electrical
superpowers, and comic book storytelling. So obviously I was pretty
psyched to check out Infamous 2 with my buddy Reiner.
Reiner pulled me into the first 15 minutes of Armageddon to explain why it doesn't really hold a candle to 2009's Red Faction: Guerrilla.
Joe Juba may have already beaten us to the punch,
but Reiner and I couldn't avoid spending some time together in L.A.
Noire hunting down our colleague and self-proclaimed "swamper," Dan
Yesterday, Reiner talked me into joining him in our recording studio by
telling me he had an advance copy of the next Assassin's Creed game.
That was a dirty trick. Ladies and gentlemen, The First Templar is not
an Assassin's Creed game.
When Atlus stopped by the office with an early English build of
Catherine, I couldn't help but beg them to let us record some of it.
I've been intrigued by this game's weirdness since it was first
revealed. Now watch and see what all the fuss was about for
Upward and onward, mighty Marvel marching squad! On this astounding
edition of Reiner and Phil, we invite benevolent Ben Reeves to show us a
power-packed portion of the new Sega game starring none other than the
Mighty Thor! Excelsior!
Sometimes Reiner and I hit a gaming jackpot where we get to check out
multiple awesome new games in a row, like last week's double-header of Mortal Kombat and Portal 2. And some weeks we get Man vs. Wild. Get ready for a weird episode, people.
Portal 2 comes packed with a lengthy and hilarious single-player mode,
but we didn't want to ruin any of the surprises for you. Instead, Reiner
and I decided to take a look at the biggest addition to Portal 2: the
Reiner played the crap out of Mortal Kombat for his review. He's unlocked virtually every secret in the game, and now we're going to share some of the coolest hidden things with you.
Dynasty Warriors has quickly become one of the biggest and most
frequently-appearing franchises in all of gaming. Given its popularity
and continued success, Reiner and I decided we should take a look at the
latest title in the series, even if it's not something we entirely
Surely you've heard of Beastly? This modern, high school-centered
take on Beauty and the Beast arrived in theaters earlier this month.
And there's a game based off of it. And we played it. All of it.