It’s easy to recommend the classic PlayStation Resident Evil over Resident Evil 6, but how difficult is it to convince someone to play the original X-Com?
stories by Nathaniel Dziomba
Welcome to the gaming school of policing. For all you fine officers out there, here’s some advice for recapturing those pesky criminals.
Nintendo has made some fantastic systems and games that truly show what those consoles are capable of, but that’s rarely the case for other developers. Is it time for Nintendo to end its long history of hardware development?
A few weeks ago, I was watching a video of Spec Ops: The Line, and as I was reading the comments, something struck me. Not many games have Americans as the enemy. Oh sure, maybe if you’re the villain, or if you’re playing the game online, but how about while you’re playing as the “hero”? Developers are quick to use: Arabs, Russians, Chinese, and Koreans, but almost never Americans.
I’m concerned about Nintendo’s Wii U; not because I think it won't be fun, but because I’m not sure if it will do well.
You know, until today, I never really thought about videogame soundtracks. Sure, they can add a little extra ambiance, but I’ve never thought about how a soundtrack can improve my gaming experience.
Dark Souls, N, and Contra — What do these games have in common? If you said difficulty, you’d be wrong. Congrats to anyone who said challenge; I think you know where I’m going with this.