Kings and Heroes is a World of Warcraft inspired online RPG dungeon crawler. Created by a small studio called Industry games it’s easy to see where they draw their influences from. In my time playing through the title, I experienced several bugs and the world felt surprisingly empty. All the […]
Episode 71 of Gaming Culture Radio is live! This week, we discuss how you can get guaranteed entry into the Sea of Thieves Beta, and how Microsoft is pushing up the games release date. Micro-transactions are still a hot topic, and Call of Duty is cashing in. Battlefield 1: Turning […]
Back when I was a child, I remember going to my local EB Games and picking up a copy of de Blob for the Nintendo Wii. Upon bringing it home, I was hooked on its game-play from the very beginning, with its quirky soundtrack and addictive elements, this was easily […]
As we prepare to move into December, we here at Culture of Gaming would like to take some time to reflect on our top videos during the month of November. 1) Tekken World Finals Interview With Mark Religioso During the Tekken World Tour Finals, Andrew was able to interview with […]
November was chalk full of editorials ranging from thoughts over the Razer phone all the way to Skyrim being on the Nintendo Switch. Each article had a great focus to draw in the reader but only the following really pulled in the most. Below you can check out the top five […]
Ever since its creation in 1994 Killer Instinct has been regarded as the weaker cousin to Mortal Kombat. Whereas Killer Instinct followed Mortal Kombat into arcades and later onto home consoles, the franchise has done the same in the comic book world. Although the Mortal Kombat franchise flopped under the Malibu Comics banner and DC’s Mortal Kombat X: Blood Ties had limited success, Dynamite Entertainment has taken a gamble on the Killer Instinct property with their new series.
This week on Indie Showcase, Ryan manages to be incompetent at Psyonix Games’ 2015 hit “Rocket League,” and shows what to expect from this port in the process.
Annual releases are a lucrative strategy in the gaming business. One only has to look at the financial successes of Call of Duty, some of the EA Sports titles, and the WWE franchise under the 2K Sports banner to understand that yearly installments can be big boosts to business. The […]
Outcast: Second Contact is a complete visual remake of the original Outcast, released in 1999 to a world of PCs mostly too weak to properly run it. As hardware became more powerful, the original Outcast has become a cult classic, allowing for developer Bigben Games to be able to give […]
Lara Croft has come a long, long way. From pixels on a computer screen to being portrayed magnificently by Angelia Jolie on the silver screen, Croft is a gaming icon as much as Mario or Master Chief are.