Today marks the 20th anniversary of The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask. In celebration, we at Culture of Gaming have been hard at work writing a handful of different articles about the game. It’s special to a lot of people, in no small part to how different and weird it was to anything […]

Paper Mario was the second Mario based RPG to release when it debuted for the Nintendo 64 back in 2000. It followed a lot of your typical RPG tropes such as turn based combat and the party system. But it managed to stand out in other ways. A wacky light hearted RPG experience […]

In an industry that evolves as quickly as the video game world, there are plenty of highly praised games that unfortunately don’t age well. These games often innovative, setting new standards for their genres, but they just don’t hold up like they used to nowadays. Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune I recently […]

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Since the Spyro Reignited Trilogy released earlier this week, it is literally the only thing I have played. The games feel just as amazing as they did two decades ago and have absolutely hooked me. The worlds are all different, the characters have never looked better, and the gameplay is […]

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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 […]

This week in video game history – A spiritual successor to the System Shock series begins, what would become almost every child’s favorite sleepover game lands on N64, Mario gets behind the wheel, and the developer of the mighty Space Invaders arcade game is founded.         On […]