Previously I wrote about the disappointments of 2014 and to be frank it really bummed me out. Don’t get me wrong–2014 was a pretty lame year in gaming, especially after the what should now be referred to as the triumph that was 2013. The industry charged into the new year with it’s two new shiny consoles promising life-like graphics, more engaging gameplay and ultimately showing us why we lived of...[Read More]
Cheaters never win…but they do have the code to skip levels on “The Adventures of Batman and Robin” for the Sega Genesis, which means they’re the only ones who beat that…so they kinda win. There use to be a time when cheat codes were prevalent in nearly every game, whether it was something as simple as unlocking all the levels or giving you infinite lives. Some games were so diff...[Read More]
2014 was to be a big year for the gaming industry. Unfortunately the year was more of a stumble than a step forward as multiple big franchise titles' transition to the new consoles came with boat loads of errors and glitches
In a time where video games struggle to generate profit and put money in the pockets of failing developers and publishers, third-party deals are a only hurting the industry
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It’s no question that the majority of esports is watched via YouTube, Twitch, Azubu, or in-client functionality (looking at you here Dota). However, the biggest events are played in arenas: Dreamhack Winter 2014 has just ended under a week ago, last year’s event attracted around 25,000 visitors for the whole festivities, and this year was probably even bigger. The International 2014 took place in ...[Read More]
Nostalgia never comes in HD, so lets remake it!
Many of us thought we were going to get a prettier version of the same game released a year ago, luckily we were wrong.
Did the Evil Within live up to its expectations? To some, The Evil Within is just the disabled love-child of Silent Hill and Resident Evil.
Nvidia have finally created a mammoth graphics card that will revolutionise the hardware used within computers.
Video games now bring us narrative pieces that rival the likes of movies or novels.
How YouTube celebrities work as catalysts in the popularity of many fantastic games.