Addiction isn’t a joke. Well, it can be. For instance in the case of Game Dev Tycoon, the recent release from indie developer Greenheart Games. It is
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Ah, the 80’s. Microwavable popcorn. Parachute pants. Mr. T. Saturday morning cartoons. Especially microwavable popcorn. Transformers. Metallica. Nintendo. Comics. Did I mention microwavable popcorn? But
I’ll be honest. I cried, and I cried hard. It wasn’t the usual I’m-too-attached-to-fictional-characters kind of crying, either. It was the I’m-never-going-to-beat-this-and-need-to-write-a-review kind of crying.
“I never thought I’d end up in the middle of the war, but I didn’t really understand how.” That nonsensical example of poor translation you
What defines a true friendship is much more than a number on a social networking site, or a silent collection of followers. No one is
Star Trek: The Video Game has a lot working against it. It’s a licensed game in a world where people know they usually suck, a
Aside from the surface-skimming curriculum of Central American culture absorbed in High School Spanish classes, my knowledge of Mexican traditions and history is decidedly moot.
Irrational Games really had some work to do when they started developing Bioshock Infinite. When Bioshock was released all the way back in 2007, it
We all know about (and probably love) the adventures of Sam “Serious” Stone. A few years ago his adventures were expanded through the Serious Same
In an era filled with modern reimagining of classic games, perhaps none were more deserved of the chance than the leading lady herself, Lara Croft.
When it comes to vehicular combat racing, long-running series like Twisted Metal are usually the first place where gamer’s minds go. Fuel Overdose, a racing/action game from developer I-Friqiya!, attempts to