This has been one hell of a year for movies, and a few exceptions aside, we’ve had one great movie after another, with the end nowhere in sight. The same could not be said of gaming, which in direct contrast with last year, has seen one disappointment after another. Mass Effect 3 ruined an entire
Well, fall is nearing us once again and best season for video games is upon us. As I did last year, I’ll be reviewing a number of games to prepare my readers, (and myself), for the upcoming sequels and since I’ve had this comic book theme going on I decided to review something that
By Korsgaard See the Original Article Here Yesterday I posted an article remarking on the recent declaration of the Gameboy Advance as a collectors item, and it’s elimination from the mainstream commercial market. In continuation of that, I put together a list of what I feel are the best ten Gameboy Advance games ever made.
Let me be blunt – I have not finished Duke Nukem Forever. I do not plan on finishing Duke Nukem Forever. In fact I do not plan on inserting the disc back into my PlayStation 3 again. Harsh? Sure. But after fourteen years of battling through development hell, this feels like a game that should
Remember that time when mild-mannered courier and parkour-dabbler Cole McGrath delivered a mysterious object to downtown Empire City, only to have it explode, leave the city a wreck, and give him extraordinary electrical superpowers? Hey, do you also remember how he had to stop gangs from taking over the city and also stop a madman
While I know I am not the first person to say this this week, F**k Capcom. Over the years, they have had some decent ideas, like your Mega Men, Street Fighters, Marvel Versus Capcom, and Resident Evil, but in the last few years they have been recycling crap. Frankly, not all that creatively either. Now,
“This GamesRadar article compares a bunch of fantastic video game weapons and their real-life equivalents: ‘There are certain things we just accept in video games. An overweight pipe technician can jump five times his own height. A first aid kit will instantly heal bullet wounds and replace lost blood. And any theoretical physics model can
“In a move to counter sales of pre-owned games, EA recently revealed DLC perks for those who buy new copies of Mass Effect 2 and Battlefield: Bad Company 2. Now, PlayStation platform holder Sony has jumped on the bandwagon with similar plans for the PSP’s SOCOM: Fireteam Bravo 3. ‘[Players] will need to register their