Gaming mice can be expensive, though, and it really sucks to purchase an expensive mouse just to find out it wasn’t as good as you thought. The Avatar S mouse has been out for a while, but still holds strong because it is one of the cheapest gaming-grade mice you can find.
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Ridgewood, NJ, July 14, 2011 - Kalypso Media and Realmforge have today released the first screenshots from Dungeons – The Dark Lord, the sequel to the critically acclaimed strategy game, Dungeons. This collection of new screens shows off some of the new additions in Dungeons – The Dark Lord, including the Ice Crystal Cave dungeon [...]
*NOTE: I know this game was made by Blue Castle Games, in Canada, but it’s still basically the same game as DR1. Same people worked on it too, and Capcom made the first game.* I believe this game demonstrates the theory that Eastern game developers have already lost to the West. What is this new [...]
Bioware’s new epic, dark fantasy RPG has been receiving a lot of attention lately. The game’s marketing team has hit the internet hard and you would practically have to be blind to miss all the online ads for the game. This is a special case in which all the hype and pomp is very much [...]
In Demigod, Stardock has deftly blending Real Time Strategy and Role Playing. The game tasks players to become a god through a series of challenges and battles. The two main player types are generals and assassins and each has their own style. While playing as an assassin, players control a character and earn money and [...]
Recently I spoke to Craig Zinkievich Executive Producer for Star Trek Online at Cryptic Studios who was kind enough to do a detailed follow up to our previous interview. OCMS: Roughly how many variations of ships will players have access to and how will upgrades and customizations be handled? There are more than a dozen [...]
I used to do these a lot a few years ago and I don’t know why I didn’t do one last year. So this time I’m bringing another Pato game club. This is essentially my version of a book club but with video games. My goal is to cite a few niche titles that this [...]
Happy New Year to all! Welcome to the first Wrath of El Pato for 2009. I hope everyone had a good Christmas and had Santa show up at their door loaded with presents. I got a pink slip! It was so nice of him, let the job hunt begin! It’s been so long since I’ve [...]
Welcome to the Wrath of El Pato! No news this week, lets get right to today’s topic: THE WRATH IS ON LOST ODYSSEY AND BAD GAMING So I finished Lost Odyssey. Well, slaved away to the end would be more accurate. As much of an advocator of storytelling in video games that I am, this [...]
Welcome one, welcome all, to the Wrath of El Pato. Yeah, it has been about three weeks since I wrote a column-my usual apologies. Work was such a nightmare that I was working 23 days straight with no day off. Anyways, I’ll just go off a few things happening lately and call it good. I…think…I’m [...]
With the pending release of Call of Duty 4, I took a moment to speak to Robert Bowling, the Community Relations Manager at Infinity Ward. I want to thank Robert and Robert Taylor at Activision for taking the time to setup this interview. GVK: What is the background and setting for the game? RB: Call [...]
Title River King: Mystic Valley Publisher Marvelous Interactive Developer Natsume Release Date April 22nd, 2008 Genre RPG Platform Nintendo DS Rating Everyone River King – Mystic Valley is the next installment in the beloved River King series. Unfortunately for fans of the game who own a DS, River King -Mystic Valley is a disappointment. Take [...]