Now, there’s the usual banter that goes on between gamers online and then there’s the stuff that crosses the line, for real. Harassment of female gamers is on the rise and big media outlets are starting to take notice.
Here are some tips you can follow that will enable you to sit down for a video game marathon and live to talk about it. Who knows, it might save your life.
A GTA style Hong Kong, Batman martial arts, and John Woo. They may say to let sleeping dogs lie, but you’ll definitely want to pick this one up.
We finish our coverage 21 games that desperately need a reboot or a re-launch. The Top 3 may be a little surprising, but it really shouldn’t be.
Deadlight delivers an excellent visual experience paired with tight game play. The backgrounds come to life beautifully, and on more than one occasion, I hesitated to proceed simply because I wanted to take in the scenery.
We continue our coverage of 21 games that desperately need a reboot or a re-launch (aka a sequel). Let’s take a look at numbers 6-4.
Video games are a great source of culture. Regardless, let’s take a look at 5 video game franchises that should be turned into a movie.
What are the benefits of owning physical media like game cartridges/discs as opposed to digitally downloaded versions of the same games? Why spend money on shelf space when it’s cheaper to buy hard drive space?
I love the idea of bringing back classic maps for new games. In fact, why stop at Modern Warfare maps? Why not throw in some maps from completely different games?
there are only 3 commercial game console developers. However, thanks to Ouya and massive Kickstarter support, a new console will be born!
We continue our coverage of 21 games that desperately need a reboot or a re-launch (aka a sequel). Let’s take a look at numbers 15 to 11.
Publisher Reef entertainment will be bringing a playable demo of Rambo the Video Game to Gamescon in August. With the history of the Rambo franchise, there’s no way they can go wrong.
Atari itself is legendary amongst gamers. That old 2600 that started it all for so many of us back in the day is now almost considered sacred. With all of the fancy game consoles of today, there are still gamers out there that would rather dust off the old Atari for a game of Pitfall than play latest 360 or PS3 game.
Dawnguard came out last week. According to some insipid game reviews by other gaming sites, it’s not good. We tell you why they’re wrong.
If they’re going to show video games on TV, wouldn’t capturing the gamer demographic in a more accurate light help the show in the long run? Video game pandering only helps to perpetuate the gamer stereotypes.
With most of the anticipated new releases already on store shelves, the upcoming release schedule doesn’t have many games that really jump out at you, except for Aliens: Colonial Marines. Even the insanely popular and mostly naked Game of Thrones had a video game release. So what’s to look forward to in the coming weeks?
Tribes is back, and it’s free to play. This is the fourth incarnation of the Tribes franchise (on the PC), with yet another new developer. For the purpose of this part two review, I’ll address certain points and use a school-grading system (A is great, F is fail).
IGN recently posted an article saying that Microsoft is currently manufacturing the replacement for the Xbox 360. Microsoft never misses an opportunity to say that they are firmly committed to extending the already lengthy lifespan of the 360 with new content and third party partnerships. Some recent announcements by Microsoft and EA seem to indicate that a next gen console might not be that far off.