Twitch Spotlight: Captain Richard!

Twitch Spotlight: Captain Richard!

Standby for barrel rolls, crotch shots and butts lol! TEST Gaming’s very own Captain Richard is getting the twitch spotlight for this next week! For those of you that do not follow streamers on Twitch, getting featured as a spotlight is a huge honor and brings a lot of new viewership to the streamer. Captain Richard will appear on the front page of Twitch, starting today, Friday 5th of May at 8pm He will continue to be featured for the rest of the week at 8pm until next Friday! Please come by and support Richard, there are over $2000 worth […]

Batman: Arkahm VR Review

Batman: Arkahm VR Review

GAMEPLAY : Needs improvement  Although as Batman the player is given a few gadgets to fiddle with, none are used in a fashion that pays respect to the action sequences the Arkham series is known for. Instead players use gadgets to solve kindergarten level puzzles as you try to solve a murder in Gotham. This type of gameplay is acceptable when used as a tool to show off the power of VR to your casual gamer friends and family but hopefully Rocksteady has used this technical experiment to lay the foundation for a proper action oriented Batman game in the future. STORYLINE […]

How big is the Banu Merchantman?

How big is the Banu Merchantman?

In an age old tradition, backers of Star Citizen love digging through the smallest details of concept art to find secrets, hints and hidden messages! In the latest of these adventures, we find ourselves embarking on a journey to find the true size of a ship called the Banu Merchantman. This ship was originally announced in 2013 with little more than some early artwork and vague description of its role and purpose. After much anticipation, some new clues emerged last week when a smaller Banu ship called the Defender was released. The fighter class ship came with new concept art that […]

Star Citizen: Alpha 2.6 Beginner’s Intro Tutorial

This video covers the very basics of interacting in Star Citizen Alpha 2.6. Starting with how to customize your ship and then lift off. The video is long, but that is because I take you through the steps as if you were flying along with me. Twitch: Beam: Twitter: To join TEST Squadron:

Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Cure for My Blues

In the not-too-distant past, some Saturday or Sunday in the 1990s, there was a kid named Aric who was a little different from most of his friends. He lived in a small town in Washington where the epitome of culture was seeing how many Oly stubbies you could shotgun before the local high school football game and still manage to not fall down on the bleacher stairs. While other kids his age were outside playing games with such wonderfully hateful names as “smear the queer” – where one kid gets the football and everyone else tackles him in a dogpile, […]

Erik McKetten’s “Mass Effect Andromeda” Trial Copy Review (PC) (Minor Spoilers)

Over six hundred years after he first crawled into the cryotube, David Ryder snaps awake and sits up. His face is twisted into an inhuman rictus of confusion. The smirk he gives one of the attendants helps to explain his confusion: Ryder is a douchebag. Now he’s not a douchebag by game design – he’s a douchebag by my own design. My viewers and readers know I have a hell of an addiction to Mystery Science Theater 3000 and one of my all-time favorite episodes is “Space Mutiny.” In that movie the “hero” is a douchy muscle-bound moron played by […]

The TESTGaming.TV Game Review Scoring Guide:

This article simply serves as a handy guide for understanding TESTGaming.TV’s rating system for PC games. First of all, we only apply the score system to a game that is feature complete. IE: Betas or release candidates. No alphas or pre-alphas. It is not fair to the developer, even if they have released the game as an alpha, to apply all these metrics to a game that is not feature complete yet. Second of all, if it is a game with a definitive end, the reviewer owes it to the developer to attempt to play the game to the end. […]

Hellion follow-up: “In Space, No One Can Hear You Scream ‘WTF?!?’”

Full Disclosure: I received Hellion for free from Zero Gravity Games. Three weeks ago I wrote an article on the upcoming Early Access release of “Hellion” by Zero Gravity Games. Hellion, for those who missed it, is a first-person, realistic, space survival game. The premise is simple: you are an average, every-day citizen of Earth who is on a colonization mission to the new star system called “Hellion.” Along the way, while in cryogenic sleep, something goes wrong. When you awaken you find yourself alone in a lifepod in the Hellion system. Nothing of what you were expecting is there: […]

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