I’m still pinching myself over the fact that Detective Pikachu is a thing. I can’t wait to go see this movie, even if it doesn’t live up to just how crazy I think it’s going to get. Pikachu with the voice of Ryan Reynolds? A real world of Pokémon? There’s Continue Reading
The October 2018 NPD was just released and to no shock whatsoever, Black Ops 4 and Red Dead Redemption 2 were the best selling games of the month. While Red Dead had the largest entertainment opening weekend ever, it released too late in the month to take the top spot Continue Reading
Black Friday is just around the corner, and luckily (if you’re a gamer) you likely won’t have to leave the house this year! There are plenty of video game deals this year, whether you’re a Nintendo, PlayStation, Xbox, or PC fan. Here are the ten best deals that we found: Continue Reading
One of the many reasons you probably play games (especially if you’re an RPG fan) involves escaping to fantasy worlds. We enjoy escaping to places so magical and whimsical that we could never experience that in reality. These worlds give us a sense of adventure and freedom to explore areas Continue Reading
Hitman 2: Silent Assassin for the PC is one of my top games of all-time. Although the first installment caught my attention, it was the sequel that immediately made the Hitman franchise one of my favourites for years to come. The imaginative contracts, missions which all culminate in a John Woo-like shootout in an Italian church were astounding.
Does the Spyro the Dragon series still hold up in 2018?
$60 for a game can be expensive and depending on the game 60 bucks can be a poor investment. Being a college student, saving money for a $60 game can be a real challenge. For $5 ROCKETSROCKETSROCKETS offers a fair amount for a generally good experience. So, what makes ROCKETSROCKETSROCKETS a Continue Reading
November 1998 – one of the most important months in the video game industry. It was on this month, 20 years ago, that two massively influential video games graced the earth. They were entirely different games – separated by genre, thematic tone, and even the PC/console gap – but in Continue Reading