On the eve of Grand Theft Auto V’s release, the Bosscast share their stories of gaming launches gone by. Jason’s close friend heckled him as they stood in the rain for a midnight launch. The allure of a free movie ticket enticed Jett to buy a horrible licensed game. Also, what the heck was Mat doing in that Ottawa hotel room?
Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 is still one of the best and hottest fighting games around. If you’re a beginner-level player and are looking to improve your skills, my Kickstart Guide on Splitkick might be the boost you need!
While Injustice: Gods Among Us might be the new hotness, it doesn’t mean that Street Fighter X Tekken is chopped liver. Heck, after the major balance patch earlier this year, it is more worthy of your time now than it ever has been. If you’re looking to get into the genre’s ultimate mash-up, may I suggest you take a look at my
Ever since I beat BioShock Infinite, I’ve been chomping at the bit to talk about what unfolds with others. Aaron, David and I got to do just that. Tune in as we spoil and analyze as many points about the plot that we can remember, though I’m sure there’s more that we missed. If you haven’t finished the game, I strongly advise that you don’t listen to show, though the choice is yours. If you have though, definitely tune in!
Injustice: Gods Among Us is the latest high-profile fighting game to hit the market. Starring DC Comics’ finest, every battle is larger than life. If you’re still learning the ropes, check out my guide for some helpful pro-tips!
One year ago today, Splitkick posted my first piece of content that I wrote for them. Did you remember that it was a review for Bloodforge? Do you even remember what Bloodforge was? Probably not, and for good reason. It’s terrible.
Maybe that game didn’t leave a lasting impact on the world, but being a part of the Splitkick team has definitely made a positive impact on me. It’s an opportunity to write more and write for a new audience. Through the editing process, they’ve helped fine-tune my work into some of the best I’ve ever written. When I stepped up a few months ago to take on editing responsibilities, I got to return the favour. Most recently, I’ve been able to bring Jason and Mat into the Splitkick family as part of The Recurring Bosscast.
Thank you to everyone past and present at Splitkick for giving me the opportunity and always being supportive of my efforts. Looking forward to keeping this going!
Though I’m reluctant to call myself a Fire Emblem: Awakening connoisseur, I did beat the game 4 times (and would gladly do it again). If you’re jumping into the world of Ylisse for the first time, I recommend checking out my Kickstart Guide to help you formulate the dream team of medieval awesomeness.
With Bioshock Infinite just a few weeks away, we reminisce on our experiences with the franchise and our dreams for the future. Mat and Jason are generally unimpressed with Castlevania: Lords of Shadow – Mirror of Fate. Also, Jett explains why he thinks The Unfinished Swan is better than Journey.
Since its release, Fire Emblem: Awakening has been tough to track down in stores. Though I’ve heard reports of the game being under-shipped, there’s also the fact that it’s really good. I enjoyed it so much that I beat it twice before finalizing my review for Splitkick. If you can find it, the game is definitely worth tracking down!
Striking while the iron is hot, here’s my Kickstart Guide to Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition! Unlike my Universal Fighting Game Guide stuff, this is game-specific and a bit more simplified so that even beginners can gain a quick knowledge boost. Definitely worth a read if you’re looking to level up in the world’s hottest fighting game.