Trophy Whores 110 – Merry Mother’s Day

History has happened! The guys have successfully recorded an episode with Jax! Join TrickyMic, Donny, and Yield as they welcome Jax from The Mommy Gamers. Listen as they discuss supposed PS4 leaks and worries, Watch Dogs, Road Rash, and much much more Desirai’s Twitter We appreciate you listening!! Please make sure to subscribe to the…

Gucamelee Review

Guacamelee is “Juan” heck of a game. Drinkbox has done it again, and brought another great PSN game on to the PlayStation consoles. Guacamelee! captures the humor, art, and musical style that all of their previous games have brought. The game also has wonderful platforming elements, a great combat system, and a really good story.…

Machinarium PS Vita Review

Machinarium is a fun puzzle game, but it’s not without its problems. The art style is great, and the gameplay is good, but it’s a little bit hard. It’s not a good kind of hard; it’s hard in a cryptic way. The story really isn’t enough to keep you going either. Even though it is…

Trophy Whores 109 – Energy Lack

Thursday is a good day for a Playstation Podcast, right??? Well here it is! The guys are here to tell you all about the new Ratchet & Clank movie, the last of THQ being purchased, what PS Plus users want, and much much more….. We appreciate you listening!! Please make sure to subscribe to the…

Trophy Whores 108 – Another 100th Episode

Your Whores may not always be on time, but good things come to those who wait! The guys are here to discuss how to handle your vita, a new metal gear game possibly,  how the Plus users on the EU store are getting the better end of the deal, and much much more We appreciate…

Monaco: What’s Yours is Mine Review

I like to think that stealth games have been going through somewhat of a renaissance in the past few years. If anything, they’re getting smarter. The act of sleuthing through an environment has never been more accessible, brought about mostly by new and interesting ways to convey information in the world to the player. But…

Motocross Madness Review

To anyone who has kept up with Microsoft’s push to insert the ‘Xbox Avatar’ into games, the experiment has seldom led to anything more than mediocre kart racers and weird, often awful, indie games. There isn’t really a good reason that avatars haven’t been well-implemented into games thus far. Whether it’s been through budget limitations,…

Trophy Whores 107 – Just Another Episode

In just another episode of Donny being Donny, the guys discuss the new Batman games, Hitman becoming you best friend what Sony plans to do with the PS4, 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.…

Switch Galaxy Review

Switch Galaxy is a game by former Liverpool Studios developers, and you can tell in every aspect. Switch Galaxy captures the same sense of speed and beauty that Wipeout always shined in. The music is great, along with the designs of everything from the vehicles, down to the tracks and barriers. Even the price is…

Nun Attack Review

Nun Attack is one crazy game. In short, you take a group of nuns who happen to have shotguns and assault rifles to different graveyards to try to take down Mortana, the Fallen Nun. You go through 40 levels, spanning across four worlds. These levels have players running through them, destroying portals, and killing enemies…

Trophy Whores 106 – The Lost Episode

The Whores are back to bring you some more news! Join TrickyMic and Donny as they welcome newest whore, Iyield2no1, to his first offical show. The guys are taking next week off for Easter but will be back the following week We appreciate you listening!! Please make sure to subscribe to the Trophy Whores feed…

Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain announced

Today at GDC Konami announced that both the Phantom Pain and Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeros would combine to make up Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain. MGSV will be an open world game, and David Hayter will not be doing the voice of Snake.   In a gameplay demonstration shown at GDC, Snake…

Insurgency 2 Preview

The multiplayer shooter is common among games, whether it’s the go-to genre for an upstart indie studio, or a method to chew all the money in the world. Insurgency is one of the former, although it was unsuccessful. The game is aiming for a realistic tone, emphasising the competitive scene. It has a large number…

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…