All Posts by: David Taylor

By David Taylor, May 6, 2014 0 Video Game Review

Telltale Games debuted the newest episode of its serialized mystery series, The Wolf Among Us, on April 8. The new entry, entitled A Crooked Mile, begins immediately after Episode 2 when Bigby Wolf, the sheriff of Fabletown, made a startling… Read More »

By David Taylor, March 3, 2014 0 Video Game Review

Last autumn Telltale Games released the first installment of the company’s new episodic adventure game series, The Wolf Among Us. The initial outing, entitled Faith, introduced players to the Fables universe — one populated by the flesh and blood incarnations of… Read More »

By David Taylor, November 26, 2013 2 Video Game Review

The Wolf Among Us is Telltale Games’ latest episodic adventure series based on the hugely popular comic book, Fables.  Sheriff Bigby Wolf is the main playable character, and as his name implies, he is literally the Big Bad Wolf from the… Read More »

By David Taylor, September 11, 2013 0 Video Game Review

In Gone Home, you play as Kaitlin “Katie” Greenbriar. The game starts when Katie arrives on the front porch of her family’s home in Oregon. Katie is ready to relax after returning from a yearlong trip to Europe. Circumstances dash… Read More »

By David Taylor, August 31, 2013 0 Features

As the longest console generation in history comes to a close, the GamerNode staff reflects on the games that made this era so great. Games of the Generation is a new GamerNode original feature that allows us to share that passion and nostalgia for the most memorable and significant titles of the last eight years — since November 22, 2005, specifically — and explain why these games have defined a generation and will forever stand as touchstones in gaming history.

By David Taylor, August 27, 2013 0 Video Game Review

One can best describe Charlie Murder, the new brawler by indie developer Ska Studios, as Castle Crashers meets punk rock with a significant dose of horror. The plot follows the titular band, Charlie Murder (led, appropriately enough, by the eponymous Charlie Murder) on… Read More »