My Return to Terraria

Back in 2011, a hot new crafting and exploration game started to spread across the interwebs. Adopting a 16-bit style, Terraria gave players a more action and adventure take on a genre that began in 2009 with its more blocky…

AtGames Legends Ultimate Arcade Cabinet Interview – A Pricy Prospect of Arcade Goodness

As arcades have begun shuttering their windows and closing their doors across the United States it’s becoming increasingly harder to find those classic titles. Due to this a new market which is focused around bringing those games into the home…

Days Gone Preview

From seemingly the first reveal of Days Gone I have somehow managed to become one of the biggest believers and optimists about the game and its potential. With the games release roughly a month away now and having finally had…

Randomizers: The best thing to happen to the emulation scene

The concept and execution of playing old console/handheld video games on more recent systems or your computer is nothing new.  Emulators (the programs that allows this to happen) and ROMs (the game files themselves) have been around for almost two…

Games to Share on Valentine’s Day

Here are some fun games to play with your partner on Valentine’s day, or even by yourself regardless!

Three Stories in Breath of the Wild

Alex shares three of his small stories in his first 10 hours with Breath of the Wild.

Opinion: How I Learned to Stop Worrying & Love Auto Battle

Time to explore Mobius Final Fantasy’s weird relationship with auto battle.

Column: The Ambiguous Ending

Video game developers are capable of telling innovative, revolutionary, and groundbreaking stories. Stories that capture the heart, light one’s imagination, and dazzle the mind. When done well, games and the stories they tell rank right alongside the very best and…

Column: The First Time

A nostalgic look back in time.

The Art of the Video Game: Photography

The first photograph of a human being ever taken was that of an anonymous figure having his boots polished on Boulevard du Temple in Paris. Louis Daguerre—the French painter and chemist who invented daguerreotype process of photography—took this photograph in…

Mafia 3 Tells the Year’s Most Important Story

Mafia 3 hits a note we haven’t seen in games very much.