Nikki takes a look at the top games of 2015
Video game movies are bad. Really bad. But some are better than others.
Steam is having a summer sale
Where’s Waldo? A pictorial coverage of the MCM London Comic Con
Whose your favorite video game Mom?
Wither thou goest Konami?
Its hard to imagine anything creepier than murderous animatrons that smile while they kill you
Microsoft buys Minecraft and its creator leaves….
You probably don’t want to have a baby in Sims 4….
Sean’s got some hot auto hot key for ya. Sounds like a bizarre mashup of drive-in diner meals and the robopocalyse….
The Lego Movie is out on DVD–does it lack heart? Steve tells all.
B*F*Gs! One need say nothing more by way of introduction.
Gaming heaven…or gaming hell? Sean survives Steam’s Summer Sale – and prepares for winter.
Sean Martin, artist and conventioneer, fills us in on the roadblocks facing the disabled when it comes to games.
A review of Command & Conquer: Tiberium Alliances
What’s it like to Beta test a game? Travis takes a few minutes away from the controls to fill us in.
Amazing Stories’ Art Director Duncan Long begins a weekly profile of the art of the fantastic!
Like rubberneckers at a car wreck, we watch as James descends into game addiction….
Yes, it’s true. Most older folks suck at playing video games. The real question is – do they care?
Review of the video game Devil May Care with an emphasis on video game writing.
London Expo October, 2013
Ascend: Hand of Kul Signal Studios Microsoft Free This summer Microsoft has made it a priority to release and create more free games for its gold service. Ascend: Hand of Kul, while in beta, is their latest one of these. Developed by Signal Studios and published by Microsoft, Ascend is an online game in the […]
The 80s were and always will be such a blur to me. It wasn’t the excessive cocaine use, blinding neon colors, or the advent of Wham!’s Wake Me up Before You Go Go. No, it was the fact that I spent all of my earliest years in them, along with my four turtle friends. I […]
This is the story of two little girls. They live down the street from each other, take the bus to school together, and are often mistaken for sisters.
I do love me some board games. I’ve been playing ’em since I was below the recommended age and never gave up. Over the last few years, I’ve become a more frequent player, having made a series of friends who love games and even sometimes attend the Essen Game show, bringing back suitcases tight-packed with […]
(Ed. Note: some of the trailers linked to here may not be appropriate for all audiences.) Gaming junkies among you will note that E3—the biggest gaming news convention of the year—happened last week. The big news was the announcement of gaming’s next new consoles: the Xbox One (I prefer the Xbone) and the Playstation 4. […]