July 27, 2015 Journey Deserves Two Straight Hours of your Time Journey provides a fluid story that promotes more than just gameplay, sound, controls, and story, it combines everything so succinctly that it’s hard to take the experience at face value. Read More July 15, 2015 Kingdom Hearts 3’s Story Has a Daunting Task Ahead With a storyline that has been muddled and confusing at times, Square Enix has got its work cut out for it to make sense of everything in Kingdom Hearts 3. Read More July 6, 2015 How Users Build Consoles: Xbox Preview Program and Playstation Blog Share The Xbox One is entirely different than how it was initially envisioned, thanks largely to Microsoft’s ability to listen to consumers. Read More June 25, 2015 How The Final Fantasy VII Remake Could Be Incredible Final Fantasy VII had potential to be one of the best JRPGs ever, but it didn’t age well. Square Enix can fix all that with the remake. Read More June 10, 2015 What We Want in Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End Uncharted 4 is coming our way in 2016, and we couldn’t be more excited. Though it’s hard to improve on perfection, we do have a wishlist for Uncharted 4. Read More May 27, 2015 Rocket League is Soccer With Cars, and it’s Awesome Move over Bloodborne, GTA V and The Last of Us, one of the PS4’s most addicting titles comes in the form of an indie game with infinite replayability Read More May 15, 2015 Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate Piques Cautious Curiosity Gamers are burnt out on Ubisoft’s annual open-world adventure game, but we should save judging Syndicate until the release date. Read More ← Older posts The Pixel Attack Podcast is a nifty little show about four writers gathering each week to dissect and examine all the wonderful happenings in the world of video games. Copyright © Steven Messner 2014 All Rights Reserved. Tags3DS Amiibo indie Indie Bytes indie games Indie Gaming Mario microsoft Nintendo PC PC Gaming Podcast PS4 Sony Steam Super Smash Bros Wii U xbox xbox one Zelda Pixel Attack Proudly powered by WordPress Theme: Stream.