Trophy Whores 105 – Farewell

This week the guys say goodbye to a member of the show and welcome a new one! Wanna know who, listen to the show! We appreciate you listening!! Please make sure to subscribe to the Trophy Whores feed in iTunes or RSS and please leave a review. You can find us on Twitter: @TrophyWhores, and…

XCOM: Enemy Unknown coming to iOS this Summer

2K Games announced at its PAX panel today that the “full XCOM experience” will be coming to iPhone and iPad this summer. 2K also put up a video on YouTube showing off the gameplay and how it works on iOS. 2K also states that they have optimized the touch controls for the game, and haven’t…

Insomniac’s Fuse gets release date of May 28th

Insomniac’s third person squad shooter Fuse (formerly “Overstrike”) now has a release date, announced today at PAX. Fuse will arrive May 28th in the U.S., and May 31st in Europe. No date was given for other countries, but if anything changes, we’ll let you know.

Jak and Daxter HD Collection rated for PS Vita by ESRB

The Jak and Daxter Collection has been rated again by the ESRB, but this time for the Playstation Vita. This means the game was re-certified and will probably come pretty soon to Sony’s handheld. The game would be the first of the Sony collections to come to the Vita. If there is a formal announcement,…

Ridiculous Fishing Review

When I think about endless runners on the App Store, I picture games in which I travel in one direction, avoiding obstacles and possibly picking up currency until I eventually meet my demise, and start over. That gameplay loop has always been enough for me. But Ridiculous Fishing is much more than an endless runner.…

Zen Pinball 2: Star Wars Tables DLC Review

I love pinball and I love Star Wars. So, you can imagine how excited I was when Zen Studios announced they were making Star Wars Tables. Their first pack was released recently, having three tables: Boba Fett, Episode V The Empire Strikes Back, and Star Wars the Clone Wars. Some tables I like more than…

Super House of Dead Ninjas Review

Super House of Dead Ninjas does not mess around. The very same tightly-knit mechanics that make SHODN a ton of fun to play are the same ones that will make you lower your guard, lose a life, and curse yourself for your dumb mistake. It’s the constant sense of urgency brought on by the ever-depleting…

Germinator Review

Germinator is a cross-buy enabled puzzle game for PSN developed by Creat Studios. Their previous games were known for being fun little diversions from “heavier” games, and Germinator is no exception. Germinator is a simple puzzle game that follows the tried and true formula of pick-up-and-play accessibility. Above all else however, the game is quite…

Trophy Whores 104 – Coming Out The Closet

The guys are back! Listen as they talk about Assassins Creed 4, God of War, Kingdom Hearts, and much much more! We appreciate you listening!! Please make sure to subscribe to the Trophy Whores feed in iTunes or RSS and please leave a review. You can find us on Twitter: @TrophyWhores, and @ProvenGamer You can…

Life of Pixel Review

Short, annoying, and terribly designed, Life of Pixel is a game that should be avoided. That is the best way I can describe this game. It has only 64 levels, all which can be beaten easily in under a minute by most people. The enemy patterns are all the same, the graphics and sound are…

BIT.TRIP Runner 2: Future Legend of Rhythm Alien Review

BIT.TRIP Presents: Runner 2: Future Legend of Rhythm Alien (Runner 2) is a balancing act between delight and frustration. It’s a game with a deceptively happy and cheerful style that merely masquerades its challenging, and often unforgiving gameplay; which in the last few years has almost become its own sub-genre with entries like Super Meat…

Fuel Overdose Review

Fuel Overdose is much more than a top-down racer. It is an excellent game that combines features from other games, and implements them perfectly. While most top down racers are just racing, ut Fuel Overdose tests your dexterity and strategies like no other racer I have played. Its combination of cars and combat provide many…

Trophy Whores 103.5 – Re-Mix

The second part has arrived and so have some special guests. Join TrickyMic, Alex, and Donny as they welcome back Candice, and making her podcast debut, Genevieve Pearson from the hit T.V. Show “The King of Nerds. Below is a link to her three books. On this weeks episode they discuss Kingdom Hearts 1.5, Uncharted…

A Valley Without Wind 2 Review

It’s always refreshing when someone tries to do an RPG in a different way. Doing something contrary to predictable RPG tropes like experience-based leveling and generic magic can be difficult at times, and often a risk. And if A Valley Without Wind 2 can be commended for anything, it’s unlike any other RPG you’ve played.…

Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken Review (Vita)

Rocketbirds is a cinematic puzzle platformer, that is definitely fun, but has plenty flaws too. Puzzles get repetitive, the story is pretty bad and often doesn’t make sense, the combat can be very frustrating, and the game is pretty short. Platforming is fun, and is the heart of the game, but the other aspects are…

Trophy Whores 103 – He’s Back!

This week’s show is cut into two parts. Join TrickyMic and Alex, as they welcome guest host, Klaus from “The Gamers Garage.” The guys discuss the Playstation 4 announcement and the news come out afterwards. We appreciate you listening!! Please make sure to subscribe to the Trophy Whores feed in iTunes or RSS and please…

Sony Announces Playstation 4

On Wednesday Sony held a press conference announcing the Playstation 4, and if you didn’t catch it, here’s everything that happened. From specs, games, to even the final controller design, Sony announced a lot, and this will cover it all. First and foremost, they announced the Playstation 4 and its specs. Here they are: 8GB…

Trophy Whores Presents: Playstation 4 Announcement

Sony finally made their move into the great “Console Race!” Finally announcing their next gneration console, “Playstation 4.” There was alot of information released and the guys are here to bring you all the information. Join TrickyMic, Donny, and Philosyfee as the discuss all the news that was released We appreciate you listening!! Please make…

Anitchamber Review

Antichamber knows you before you know it—and that’s assuming that you can ever really know Antichamber. It knows what you’re thinking—knows what you’re assuming about a game of it’s caliber. Alexander Bruce, the crazy mind behind this first-person puzzler, takes player’s assumptions about how traditional video game level design is done and turns them on…

So What Happened At Last Night’s Vita Conference?

Sony held a conference early this morning on what was to come for the Playstation Vita. It was filmed in a Nintendo Direct style, with someone talking in front of the camera, then rolling game footage, or having an interview. However, it wasn’t really meant for a US audience. Even though it was prerecorded, and…