You guys, the cycle is out of control. What cycle am I going on about? The hype cycle. Once a game gets announced, it then gets hyped out the wazoo for months (or even years at times). Then the game comes out and in come a slew of nine out […]

Open worlds tell a story like no other game genre. By giving the player control over their story, it helps give each player their own unique experience. And these types of games are not only very popular, but very successful. In the four of the last five years, open world […]

Single-player of 2018, by EA’s standards, is more of a niche genre. However, it’s far more than that. It’s an experience that sometimes others just want to partake in by themselves. There are people who want to play games without distraction or some kid yelling inside their ear. Give us […]

2018 was a fantastic year for video games. We got surprise indie hits like Celeste, cinematic open-world adventures like Red Dead Redemption 2, and chaotic fighting games like Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. In a year with so many hard-hitters, it’s not surprising that more and more people are learning to love and appreciate […]

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 […]

The state of the industry “Our obligation is to make money, and to make money, it may be important to make history. To make money, it may be important to make art, or some significant statement. To make money, it may be important to win the Academy Award, for it […]

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Gamescom is finally here and a bunch of games will receive announcements, release dates and hopefully, playable gameplay demos. All eyes will turn towards Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo to see what they can offer in way of exclusives. Whilst this games development tactic may not always be the best for […]

The first half of 2018 has delivered some spectacular games. Though we still have about five months remaining in the year, it seems safe to say that some potential Game of the Year contenders have already surfaced. From big-budget titles to small indie projects, 2018 has given birth to some […]