Culture of Gaming’s Top 49 Video Game Antagonists

Humans love to hate things; the internet has proven that time and time again. Whether it be a political candidate, a corporate entity, or a YouTube Rewind, we have a plethora of villains stored up in our psyche, real or perceived. But sometimes, particularly in fiction, a villain can be a balancing factor; a hurdle […]

The Elusive Line Between Enjoyable And Unenjoyable Games

Ultimately when we sit down to play a new video game, we are trying to see how much fun we can have with it. Sometimes we’re with our friends. Sometimes we are going on a solo adventure. But what do you do when a game you were otherwise having fun with, has glaring noticeable flaws? […]

Culture of Gaming’s 50 Greatest Video Game Weapons

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Video games are a violent medium. We shoot, stab, slice, nuke, punch, bulldoze, swing, and skewer our way through baddies… and all for what? For the cathartic, sadistic pleasure of pretending to kill something without consequences? Well… yeah! It’s because of the same adrenaline rush we get from watching an action movie or reading a […]

Top 10 Game Sequels That Are Better Than the Original

As well all know, the sequel to a phenomenal video game is one of the most highly-anticipated events in the world of gaming. Once you’ve played a game that you know was one of the best ever, the wait for the follow-up can feel torturous. Some games are so good that it feels like it […]

Ode To A Moon Looks Like Stranger Things on an Acid Trip… and we love it

Ode to a Moon

If you’re a fan of psychedelic immersive sims like LSD Dream Simulator, you might be interested in Colorfiction’s upcoming Ode To A Moon. It’s an 80’s-set first-person horror game with a tone and soundtrack that’s evocative of Stranger Things. The trailer (above) conveys an early-80’s vibe, complete with VHS filter and a synth-version of Bach’s “Overture […]

Tokyo Game Show 2018: PlayStation Day 3

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Sony showcasing at Tokyo Game Show 2018 refuses to disappoint. Day 3 starts off strongly with a Resident Evil 2 Remake trailer (Biohazard in Japan) with some gameplay, Fortnite competition, some God Eater 3 gameplay, then another healthy competition featuring Call of Duty: WWII, and afterwards some gameplay from Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. A very […]

Five Kinds of Games You Can Jump In At Any Point

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We’ve all felt that pit in our stomachs. The horror. The feeling of wanting to get into a game series, but the series has gone on for far too long. You think you would only get lost if you tried to enter the series. Never fear. I have the solution for your games. Just jump […]

5 Biggest Surprises of E3 2018

E3 2018 showcased far fewer block-busting games and announcements than previous years. Most developers and publishers decided to focus more on displaying gameplay of previously announced games. Despite this, there were some large reveals that got gamers excited for the future. Here are five of the biggest surprises that occurred at this year’s E3. Fox […]

How To Make A Good Remake

When you hear the word video game, which games come into focus in your mind? If I had to guess, I would say a game that you think defines the entire genre. Perhaps you think about a game that, in your mind, never needs to be remade. But what makes a remake of a video game […]