Fallout 4’s Last Secret Possibly Unlocked

April 1, 2016 0

Bethesda always does the unthinkable with their Fallout and Elder Scrolls titles. Hours upon hours of Easter eggs completely unrelated to the game itself are poured into each title, alongside an innumerable amount of other secrets. It’s almost the mission statement of Bethesda Softworks to keep their players searching for […]

Like Fine Wine, the AI of Tuebor Get Better with Age

March 29, 2016 0

I’m sure that we can all agree that most video game AI is the farthest thing from intelligent. Making the AI smart enough to pull the wool over a human’s eyes is hard to do though, so it’s to be expected that eventually the gamer will figure out how the […]

Nintendo Denies Rumors of Stopping Wii U Production

March 27, 2016 0

Nintendo has been the center of many stories of speculation lately. Riding on the heels of the Nintendo NX hoax, there are now rumors circulating everywhere that the Wii U is about to stop producing games altogether by the end of 2016. The claim originally came from the respected Japanese […]

When the Industry You Love Overwhelms You, Take This Fires Back

March 26, 2016 0

Many people that are avid gamers do it for social reasons, playing online with their friends or in a group setting. However, another part of the gaming community – an arguably larger part of the community – are gamers because it’s a release from the depression and anxiety that they […]

Spotlight Game of the Week: Bully

March 24, 2016 0

I was doing some thinking about Bully after I wrote up the recent article on the newest PS2 ports going to the PS4. Bully is a game that’s not only close to my heart, but it’s also very misrepresented. Sure it has a loyal cult following of fans that earned […]

Spotlight Game of the Week: The Warriors Series

March 11, 2016 0

Ok, so technically this is a game series – two game series if we’re going to be really technical – and not just one specific title. In the case of Koei Tecmo’s addicting Dynasty/Samurai Warriors titles I’m willing to bend my own rules however. These games get a bad rep […]

Spotlight Game of the Week: Jade Empire

February 24, 2016 0

When I say the name Bioware, what’s the first thing you think of? Mass Effect? Dragon Age? Baldur’s Gate for the nostalgic ones out there maybe? I think of Jade Empire; possibly the most under the radar game that they have ever released. In a time before EA tried to strangle […]

5 Video Games that Should be Made into Movies

February 22, 2016 0

It’s common knowledge that most movies based on video games haven’t fared too well, critically or commercially. Although there are some upcoming movies looking to change this – such as Warcraft and Assassin’s Creed – the future doesn’t look all too bright, at least when it comes to what has […]

The Retro Corner: XBAND – The Secret Link between Genesis and SNES

February 20, 2016 1

Have you ever wondered where modern online play comes from? I’m sure there are some of you out there that think that the classic Xbox and the Playstation 2 originated that medium – and in that assumption you would be dead wrong. The first support for online play actually started way […]

Video Games and Free Speech

February 14, 2016 0

Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia unexpectedly died today. For most he wasn’t a very beloved judge, with conservative stances on things such as abortion, gay marriage and even the death penalty. However, the one thing Scalia did very right – despite your political opinions – was something he said about […]

Redwall Reborn – A New Journey to Mossflower

February 11, 2016 0

Oh KickStarter, you’ve done so much for video games. Plenty of hits have been produced because of KickStarter success, such as Darkest Dungeon and Armello. Besides making recreations possible that no one asked for; looking at you Shaq Fu. Now we can thank KickStarter for getting something else exciting started; […]

Spotlight Game of the Week: Legend of Dragoon

February 9, 2016 0

The Playstation One has a magical library. It really covers every single genre that you could imagine and satisfies every craving that you have – and some that you didn’t even know you had. There is an arguable amount of Playstation One titles that could be considered underrated just because […]

Spotlight Game of the Week: Dying Light

January 29, 2016 0

With The Following right around the corner, I can’t help but talk about Dying Light – A lot. The funny thing is, despite the fact that it was considered a breakout hit by many trusted sources like IGN and Game Informer, not too many people actually know about it. Even […]

The Retro Corner: Atari Comes to Steam

January 28, 2016 0

The Atari 2600 is the granddaddy of all home consoles and in the same respect, the granddaddy of all retro consoles. Unless you’re accustomed to using emulators however, it can cost you an arm and a leg to hunt down one of the original consoles in working condition. That’s without […]

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