It’s Okay To Love Games That Are “Just Okay”

Jump Force is coming out this month. While part of me possesses some hesitation about the game, the other part of me is excited beyond belief to play something where the mechanics just look okay. After all, the concept of the game is bringing some of my favorite anime characters together in one fighting game […]

Sphinx and the Cursed Mummy Review (Switch)

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THQ Nordic is turning into a real necromancer of the gaming industry. They are the kings of breathing new life into the dead, abandoned mid-tier AA games and series. Darksiders, Kingdoms of Amalur, and Red Faction are recent examples of games that were largely left behind for them to bring them back in one way […]

Blast from the Past: Five Modern Classics You Need to Revisit

For those who gravitate towards the wonderful world that is gaming, there is a near-constant reminder that we should be turning back time and reliving retro classics. Gamers whose formative years were built around arcade gems like Pac-Man, and even later bloomers preaching the good word that is the original Sonic and Streets of Rage […]

Retro Remakes: Sony Controls The Way You Play

And the PlayStation retro love fest continues. The Crash Bandicoot trilogy remakes are joined by not only the Spyro trilogy remakes coming out, or the PS1 Classic coming out. But now, a remade version of MediEvil will join them. This does not sound so bad. After all, MediEvil is a classic PS1 title that a lot of […]

Retro Rumble Podcast Episode #04: Final Fantasy Part II – The PlayStation Era

Hello everyone! After some delay, may we present to you Episode 4 of the Retro Rumble podcast, and the second part of our Final Fantasy discussion! Join Culture of Gaming’s own Mike, David and Aidan as they discuss the PlayStation era of the legendary RPG series, Final Fantasy. Don’t forget you can watch our next […]

Are Console Exclusives Good News?

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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 consumer, it is extremely […]

The Greatest Football Games Ever Made

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It’s coming back, it’s coming back, it’s coming, Football’s coming back. The football season has finally started again this week. With all the major European leagues having already played their first fixtures I thought it best to have a look at some of the best football games ever made to rediscover some hidden sporting talent. […]

This Week in Video Game History (August 14th – August 20th)

This week in video game history: a famous bounty hunter arrives in the United States, Zeus resurrects a centurion to save his daughter Athena, a time-skipping RPG gets a dimension-jumping sequel, and a survival horror movie adaptation sequel arrives on PC and PS2. 30 YEARS GO …  On August 15th of 1987, Metroid would be released in […]