Racing games have been a staple of video games since almost the beginning. Racing just seems to be a perfect fit for the medium. As video games have evolved, technology has advanced to the point where the hardware can produce an extremely realistic experience. One of the yearly releases for Continue Reading
Retconning, reimagining, rebooting, you can call the process whatever you like but taking something old and making it new again isn’t exactly a new idea. The movie industry has been doing this since 1904 when The Great Train Robbery (1903) was remade by another filmmaker a year later and in 1984 the Godzilla franchise was rebooted in The Return of Godzilla.
Ah yes, another month, another set of games waiting on the horizon for players to enjoy. As September comes to a close, October creeps closer with its own set of game releases that are sure to excite fans. From platformers to party games, the spookiest month of the year seems Continue Reading
Ever wondered how a game’s story or setting might translate into another form of media like a TV show or movies? I take a look at some games I think would make for great anime adaptations. Spoiler Free 10. Doki Doki Literature Club Considering the best in horror anime is Continue Reading
When I was first thrown into the desolate sci-fi world of HEVN, I was delightfully surprised by its dark atmosphere, sand-filled vistas, and ambient soundtrack. I expected a quiet, reflective adventure on the planet of Naic-29, gracefully complemented by compelling exploration and an array of equipment and weapons. But as Continue Reading
As we prepare to move into the Halloween season, Jeff Kaplan of the Overwatch team gave us a brand-new Developer Update for September. While Jeff did talk about upcoming changes for heroes, colorblind updates and their third social feature pushed out of 2018, the bigger focus was the long-awaited rework Continue Reading