Retrospective: Crash Bandicoot
A meditation on what makes The Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild so special. A reflection of a new kind of adventure.
Video Games as a medium are reliant upon a crutch; their ability to resonate as art, to tell stories of interest and to evoke emotion are all held back by a dependence upon violence. This industry is steeped in the fictional depiction of blood, guns, guts and brutal murder.
Fans of the more traditional aspects of the Final Fantasy series have been somewhat mistreated in recent years, with everything after X (or X-2, depending on your taste in Charlie’s Angels and j-pop) being a bit of a disappointment. Article by Joe Edmonds Nobuo Uematsu became significantly...
If you’re looking for an unbiased article on Resident Evil 2, look elsewhere, I love this game. It’s not just my favourite Resident Evil, it is in my top 10 games of all time
Early Access is a problem, and it needs to be fixed. Selling games that are not finished fully knowing they will never be finished is just not okay.
With series favourite Barry Burton, returning in Revelations 2, what better time to look at his forgotten game, Gaiden.
Finally, after nearly two years of “service”, the Diablo III gold and real-money auction houses have officially shut down today as part of the preparations being made for the arrival of Reaper of Souls. Anyone with items and bids currently active though shouldn’t panic; auctions will expire...
It's been over a month since the first wing of Blackrock Mountain opened and the drip-feed of new cards began. Now, with the whole thing out in the open, it's time to review some cards!
By Ben '@BaywardBound' Hayward So I thought that I would write a quick piece on what's coming up this week and provide some kind of vague personal insight. If you're American you're just going to have to deal with the date at the top of the article. Battlefield 4: Naval Strike ...