There’s nothing incredibly new about many of gaming’s biggest ideas. We live in a time where iteration is more popular (and profitable) than innovation. In some ways, iteration becomes innovation. The gradual process of making little things like running, jumping,… Read More »
Let the gauntlet begin.
The top 10 this website deserves.
Yes, I’m special and get my own post for my list. You can listen or read it, whichever you want! Or, even do both!
It’s the final day of silly lists and fun times. Not necessarily the end of our GOTY content, as mentioned on Monday’s post, next week will have our five-part GOTY show. Anyway, today we have lists from the members of… Read More »
Today is all about Nabeshin and Friends.
The third day of Top 10s is here, and it has more anime than you can shake a fist at.
It’s the second day of, seemingly endless, top 10 list podcasts!
Hello all! It’s Alex, here to explain how our Game of the Year content is going to work in this first major post with our GOTY content. It’s a lot, and may be a little confusing, so I figured I’d… Read More »
Games Workshop’s Warhammer 40,000 (or just 40K) is one of the most sprawling and detailed science fiction universes ever created. In the 41st Millenium, Earth is memory, and giant mutant superhumans preserve the legacy of Humankind throughout a hostile galaxy… Read More »
At first glance, you may look at Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor and write it off as a half-cooked licensed product in a franchise somewhat known for throwing their name on anything, regardless of quality. I urge you to shake… Read More »