Review: Splatoon – Are You a Kid or a Squid?

I’ve been interested in Splatoon ever since it was first unveiled during last year’s E3, as the title looked promising. Between following any revealed news game and playing ...Read More

From Microsoft to Sony and the Studios Behind Call of Duty, Here’s How Developers Honor Memorial Day

Today is Memorial Day, and many Americans celebrate and remember those that fell serving their country in the Armed Forces. ...Read More

Review: Life is Strange: Episode 3 – Photographic Memory

Appropriately enough, the subtitle of Square Enix and Dontnod Entertainment’s Life is Strange: Episode 3 permeates throughout the story of Maxine and Chloe where memory and rewinding the past come together. ...Read More

ShockCast Ep. 206 – “The Wild Hunt”

The Wild Hunt is upon us and so is Shockcast Episode 206. Join the Shockcast crew as they talk about the Witcher, game lengths and dynamic beards. ...Read More

PS4 Exclusive Kill Strain’s Director Talks Gameplay, Free to Play, Relationship with Sony and More

Sony San Diego is hard at work on the free to play 5 vs. 2 vs. 5 shooter Kill Strain, and in order to learn more about the ...Read More

Review: Xenoblade Chronicles X (Japanese Version) – The Greatest Battle For Humanity

Being a huge fan of Xenoblade Chornicles, I was pretty excited when this game was first announced back in 2013 during the year’s first Nintendo Direct. I knew ...Read More

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Screenshot Comparison: Ultra vs High vs Medium vs Low Graphics

The PC version of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt has some rather deep (even if not the deepest I’ve seen) customization options for graphics detail, divided in two menus, graphics and post-processing. ...Read More

ShockCast Ep. 205 – “Welcome to the Family”

Jorge gets a puppy, Ryan gets a Meta Knight and we find out Steven reads! ...Read More

Review: Wolfenstein: The Old Blood – It’s Raining Nazis

Last year Wolfenstein: The New Order made killing Nazis fun again. It put us in an alternate history where we lost the war and suffered a massive invasion. ...Read More

Console Owners: It’s 2015, Let’s Stop Fighting Digital

A couple of days ago we posted the results of a recent earnings call for Electronic Arts, where the publisher stated that it wouldn’t do “anything unnatural” ...Read More

Review: The Awakened Fate Ultimatum – Somewhere Between Heaven and Hell

The Awakened Fate Ultimatum arrived as a PS3 exclusive sequel to 2013’s JRPG The Guided Fate Paradox, although the premises seem mostly unrelated. ...Read More

Review: I am Bread – WE ARE BREAD

Finally, a bread based simulator I can get behind. I Am Bread comes from Bossa Studios, who is no stranger to comedic simulators. This is the same team ...Read More

Review: Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor 2: Record Breaker – The Demons Lay Waste to the Land

Seven days to save your friends. Seven days to rid the world of demons and the mystery behind their appearance. Seven days to save the world from the threat of destruction. ...Read More

The Witch Hunt for “Downgrades” Is Often Misleading and Always Obnoxious

Nowadays, before the release of every major game on the new generation of consoles and PC, and with every new trailer revealing new gameplay, the ones who I’ll ...Read More

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Artist Talks About Weather, Lighting, Consoles, Graphics and Much More

We’re just eleven meager days away from the release of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, and considering that it’s a massive open world game in which magic plays ...Read More

Review: Story of Seasons – Life Is Like a Farm

In Story of Seasons, the protagonist has the chance to start a new live as a farm boy or girl, as they become bored with city life. When ...Read More

Review: Ys VI: The Ark of Napishtim – Rediscover an Action RPG Classic

It’s been ages since I’ve played a JRPG, especially since I rarely dabbled in the genre as a child; the only JRPGs I remember playing then was Mega ...Read More

Review: Oddworld: New ‘N’ Tasty! – Second Helpings

In any art form, the bonafide “classics” of a genre can be declared a classic for a number of reasons. Whether it’s particular visual elements that were striking ...Read More

Joystickin’ With Jorge: State of Decay: Year One Survival Edition

You should always bring a mace with you everywhere you go. Check out as I single-handily fumble my way through the zombie horde in State of Decay: Year One Survival Edition on the Xbox One. ...Read More

Could Amy Hennig’s Star Wars Game Feature a Smuggler and Be Like Uncharted in the Star Wars Universe?

First of all, let me include a disclaimer: this post is reaching a bit, possibly reading too much into something quite vague, so take it as a full ...Read More

Review: Shovel Knight – Can You Dig It?

The early days of video gaming, back in the late-80s/early 90s, conjures a particular sense of nostalgia that few other time periods can create. ...Read More

ShockCast Ep. 204 – “Silent Night”

The not horror, the not horror! This week’s Shockcast has Ryan describing his profound sadness at the loss of Silent Hills. ...Read More

The Evolution of Xenoblade Chronicles X: How its Visuals Have Changed for the Better

The constant bombardment of new information, trailers and screenshots for Xenoblade Chronicles X can be overwhelming at times for even the most die-hard of fans. As such, it’s ...Read More

Review: Mortal Kombat X – Settle It In Kombat

The Mortal Kombat series has come a long way since its first released in 1992. I have so many childhood memories playing this title back in the arcades ...Read More

Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward Benchmark – 160 Spectacular Screenshots; DirectX 9 vs DirectX 11 Compared

Today Square Enix released the PC benchmark for Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn’s expansion Heavensward, and not only it gave us a chance to test our PC ...Read More

ShockCast Ep. 203 – “The Force Awakens”

Star Wars: Masters of Teräs Käsi wasn’t that bad, was it? I hope you like Star Wars talk because there is a lot of it in this episode of the ShockCast. ...Read More

Joystickin’ With Jorge: Titan Souls

Turns out a yeti’s weakness is the butt. It’s always the butt. I try my luck against big stupid Titans in the very challenging Titan Souls on the PC. ...Read More

New Site Design? Yes. Yes It Is.

Just about everyone visiting DualShockers today will open the main index page and be presented with a “mobile” looking design. ...Read More

No Space Battles in Star Wars: Battlefront? EA Should Just Give Us a New X-Wing/TIE Fighter

The lack of space battles in Star Wars: Battlefront caused a lot of discussion among the community, that would of course love to pilot the iconic Star Wars ...Read More

Joystickin’ With Jorge: Westerado: Double Barreled

It’s the Wild Wild West in Westerado: Double Barreled. I go from hero to outlaw ever since the “accidental” shooting of Rancher Bob. ...Read More