This week on the podcast, we have special guest Dan Peron, Director of Procurement for Montreal Comiccon talks to us about all things gaming, comic books and cosplay events happening this week-end!... Read More >
We all know that Montreal Comiccon brings in quite a crowd and is now held during tourist season. This means traffic, waiting lines for almost everything inside the convention centre - food, bathrooms, ATMs - and a general lack of personal space. Being familiar with the con's surrounding area can save you a lot of time and trouble. ... Read More >
Square Enix manages quite the impressive catalogue of IPs including Final Fantasy, Dragon Quest and Tomb Raider. But where can one find Square Enix Montreal in all of this? On the App Store and on Google Play.... Read More >
Mortal Kombat, although being rated M for Mature, is hard to take it seriously. Everything is over the top. However, Mortal Kombat X delivers something else that we’ve come to expect of a game sporting the purposely misspelled title: a kick-ass fighting game with a lot of blood and guts.... Read More >
In this week's podcast, we check out some of the gaming and geek culture events happening around Montreal and Toronto, share some of our fond gaming memories that today's gamers may never experience and wonder if going to the movies is really worth it.... Read More >
Made by Russian indie developer No, Thanks Games, they describe The Tender Cut as "a first person interactive installation/exploration adventure game inspired by the 'Il etait une fois' scene from Luis Bunuel's movie 'Un Chien Andalou'. It invites the viewer/player to dive into a surreal atmosphere, sharing the character's experience."... Read More >
In this week's podcast, we ask if we've ever traded in games and if it's worth the hassle or even the money. We take a look at the most recent BAFTA awards and ask if video game awards are relevant anymore. Finally, we talk about using video games as a coping mechanism during some of the harder moments of our lives. All that a whole lot more!... Read More >
Catherine is a Web Designer who started gaming and dabbling with computers at the tender age of 5. She since traded DOS commands for HTML/CSS and NES games for RPGs. She also has a healthy love of cartoons, movies and music.