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Review/Giveaway: Archaica The Path of Light

Review: Archaica The Path of Light Ah puzzle games, the perfect combination of zoning out and racking your brain. It’d been a while since I’d had a good puzzle game that could strike a balance between being challenging and able to hold my attention without being frustratingly difficult. I enjoy a nice challenge that’s within reason, and TwoMammoths walks that line like a champ wi...

Brosus! – Return to Gang Beasts (Video)

  Those who frequent The Geek Lyfe are probably familiar with the fact that we have a YouTube page.  Anybody who has gone onto the YouTube page is probably familiar with our continuing series, Brostalgia.  If you aren’t yet acquainted with our YouTube channel, feel free to check it out here.  One of the funnest videos we’ve ever made, and definitely one of my favorites, was a vers...

Q&A: Justin Carter and Negative_Space Demo

Q&A: Justin Carter and Negative_Space Demo   Phoenix Comicon isn’t just a hub for cosplayers and geeky brand lovers; it also features the Southwest Video Game Showcase, a place where game designers and creators come together to show off their new games and preview the competition. Within this group, awards are given to the best of the best, paying tribute to up-and-coming creators a...

Samurai Dark Souls : Nioh Reivew

Nioh Reivew Nioh is a new action RPG based on Japanese samurai culture and features guardians, demons, and more. You play as William, an Irishman who has had his longtime friend and guardian kidnapped away from him, and is suddenly plunged into the dark chaos happening in Japan. Let’s just get this out of the way: yes, Nioh is difficult and challenging, but it’s not impossible. I’...

Overcooked: Where Animal Crossing Meets Kitchen Nightmares (Video)

  Overcooked:  Where Animal Crossing Meets Kitchen Nightmares Recently, a couple of us from The Geek Lyfe (namely Gumbers and Powerforce of Brostalgia) sat down and took the time to play Overcooked on Steam.  If I had to sum up the game in one word, it’d probably have to be “chaos.”  Luckily for everybody reading though, I’m not restricted to just one word.  Let’...

Freeplay Frenchie Reviews Assassin’s Creed

Freeplay Frenchie Reviews Assassin’s Creed Like most gamers witnessing their favourite franchises convert to cinema, I was apprehensive to say the least about the Assassin’s Creed movie. Though I had heard some things to suggest it could be a success, such as Ubisoft retaining most of the control about which directions to take the film in and thus create a film that fans could be proud...

Gaming Retro-bution in Brighton!

Most of you probably know by now that Brighton is my home away from home. I love the city and I’m always on the hunt for new geeky events to tell everyone about at The Geek Lyfe. So I was stunned to discover Gaming Retro-bution in Brighton! They are a fantastic couple of people who organise retro gaming nights at our local Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar and The Hare and Hounds, totally free! I...

Brostalgia VS. Bytes N’ Brews: The Crossening

Brostalgia VS. Bytes N’ Brews:  The Crossening A few weeks ago, Gumbers and Powerforce from our very own YouTube series, Brostalgia, had the opportunity to sit down with a couple of local YouTubers here in Phoenix and record a series of crossover episodes.  Bytes N’ Brews, with hosts Tony and Robert, is a YouTube channel that focuses on combining two of our favorite pass times:  Video ...

Top Three Games That Will Always Stay with Me

Top Three Games That Will Always Stay with Me There are some games we cannot forget. Some games created like art, or a song that plays over and over in our head. For me, games are definitely a form of art, and like a book or movie they can make us cry, laugh and shrink beneath our duvet covers in horror. Ask any gamer, they will have a favourite, maybe even a top three that they will never forget ...

Review: Fallout 4

Oh Fallout 4, the songs of your greatness did little justice for the splendor that is you. Full disclosure before we get started, I own all of the Fallout games but have yet to play any for longer than 30 minutes prior to picking up Fallout 4. I wondered to myself how this could be possible since all Bethesda games have been right up my alley, then I remembered that I didn’t own a PC or Play...

Vote Bunnylord: NOT A HERO Review

Vote Bunnylord: NOT A HERO Review If there is one thing I love, and hate, about games, it’s how the simplest parts always end up being the trickiest. I start out strong, but then die towards the end of the level. So I keep playing, over and over, but I keep dying at that same part. My frustration grows, and my “oh man” and “grrrr” turn into “what the heck!”...

Review: Game of Thrones – A Telltale Game Series

Review: Game of Thrones – A Telltale Game Series Oh boy, Game of Thrones is a series that is close to my heart and the hearts of many geeks worldwide. If you are unfamiliar with the HBO sensation, it is a fantasy series regarding an iron throne, various nations that want the iron throne, chaotic forces whose sole purpose is to destroy the realms of men and so much more. Jumping on this craze...

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