Microsoft has set themselves up for a huge success come this June. With the Xbox One reaching parity price with the Playstation 4, all they need is another software push to really drive home how serious they are about games.
Niall and Alex talk about one of their most memorable genres.
Fluent, as each move determines the next; a constant reminder that death is always near the horizon. The exhaustion courses throughout your body, but seldom does it ever deter you from the mission at hand. Fight or flight, although the… Read More »
Persona 4 music just gives me all of the emotion and “feels” that that game did. And that’s a lot.
Alan Wake is a very special game for me. I had just recently lost my grandma by the time I could get my hands on the game. We were very close and my very rational response to losing her was… Read More »
There are few elements to a game more important than the way it sounds. Even a game with very little story or very sparse gameplay usually has sound effects and a score. Completely silent games died with MUDs made in… Read More »
It grabs ahold of you in the heat of the moment. Hair along your spine sticks up, letting you know it’s fight or flight. Squeeze onto the controller like you’re hanging onto your life, but the racing pulse against your… Read More »
Fun Fact: The music you listen to in high school will be, more or less, the music you listen to for the rest of your life. This is due to the fact that it can be associated to some of… Read More »
Seems like just yesterday Sony and Microsoft fanboys were at each other’s throats about which console was the best, not to say they aren’t still. Though I may not have made a scene in any comment threads, I was among… Read More »
Oh Valentine’s Day. Love is in the air, couples expressing their love for each other. It truly is a romantic time. As for me, I’m snowed in and single. So as I sit down and and play through my games… Read More »
Knowing what a game is about is a deeper, more multi-layered intellectual experience than it may initially seem.