Google Stadia fundamentally misunderstands its audience. We here at Culture of Gaming have been very critical of stadia, and I think rightly so. Not only is it horrendously anti-consumer when it comes down to it, but it also misunderstands its audience, to the point that I now beg the question, Continue Reading
In the first iteration of this series, we covered survival horror. Games which pit you against whatever nightmarish creatures the developers concoct. Largely devoid of horror, this variety of survival pits you against the world itself. Testing both your practicality and your tenacity to see if you’re capable of sustaining Continue Reading
Christians, they get a bad rap these days mostly because of the political strife in the United States. I am not a deeply religious person but I do realize that there are all sorts of Christians just as there are Catholics and Jewish people, ranging from orthodox, casual to some who’re extremists in their views.
August tends to represent the end for some of us. The summer winds down, meaning no more 10-hour long gaming sessions and the beginning of books and studying. That doesn’t mean the game releases slow down though! While we won’t see as many AAA titles compared to recent months, August Continue Reading
As of last year, gaming has become the most popular and profitable form of entertainment. The gaming industry serves over 2.3 billion gamers worldwide and generated 134.9 billion dollars in revenue throughout 2018. This means that for the past 2 years running, they’ve bested movies, TV and digital music in Continue Reading
Completionism has been an aspect of gaming culture for as long as speedrunning. Where some see how quickly they can blaze through a game, there are others that take an eternity picking it apart for secrets and collectibles. They’re the people responsible for wiki entries and walkthroughs, teaching others to Continue Reading
Welcome to another Power Up Podcast. We hope you enjoy the episode and be sure to leave us a Like and follow us on YouTube. In this week’s show, Taylor is joined by Anthony, Andrew and returning guest to the show, Ethan. They discuss the week’s news, discuss tech, trends Continue Reading
The original Marvel Ultimate Alliance was released in 2006 and it was every comic book fan’s dream come true.
NVIDIA and AMD have made the past month rather interesting; with their back and forth in this bout. Find out what Matthew thinks of this fight, along with some thoughts on the new GPUs to come from each contender (the RTX Super, and the 5700xt.) on this new, Tech For Continue Reading
I have always loved RPGs. The varying levels of customization, hours and hours of plot, and thoughtful combat designs always drew me in more than any other genre. However, one series has always escaped me: Fire Emblem. Though these games contain enjoyable narratives and engaging strategic gameplay, I always felt turned-off Continue Reading