• The Rumble Pak from Nintendo.
    Article

    A Short Romp Through Haptic Feedback History

    Although virtual reality is now gaining steam, the most important change to multisensory gaming in the past 20 years has been the humble haptic feedback.

    by
  • No Assassins Creed in 2016
    Article

    Why No Assassin’s Creed in 2016 is a Good Thing

    With recent news of the Assassin's Creed franchise forgoing the annual cycle for the first time since 2009, the break could exactly just be what the franchise needs to revitalize itself and be as good as it once was.

    by Ray Ampoloquio
  • Devil May Cry 2 Screenshot
    Article

    The Worst Sequels Of All Time – When Classic Games Lose Their Way

    There are few feelings quite as satisfying as discovering a new gaming videogame that offers everything you’re looking for from your gaming experience. The only feeling that can rival it is the announcement of a sequel that promises to give you even more of what you loved the first time around, with the promise of new characters, plots and gameplay features thrown into the mix.

    by
  • PS4 Logo
    Article

    PS4 vs Xbox One: Is The Console War Already Won?

    For as long as there have been competing consoles, there have been gamers who split into one of two (or more) camps, proclaiming that their console of choice is the superior option. Back in the 16-bit days, kids argued over whether the Genesis or SNES was the best console around. As gaming progressed and both Sony and Microsoft entered the wars, the arguments have centred on those two and Nintendo in the quest for console dominance.

    by
  • Dying Light: The Following
    Article

    Dying Light: The Following Review – Say Hello to the Buggy!

    Dying Light: The Following improves the core game by giving it a few nice tweaks and twists, helping it turn an already enjoyable game into something that’s going to suck away even more hours out of you.

    by Ray Ampoloquio
  • Western RPGs vs Japanese RPGs
    Article

    A Look at Western RPGs vs Japanese RPGs

    Western RPGs and Japanese RPGs have very different cultural roots and both add diversity to the RPG genre. To fully appreciate RPGs for what they are, we take a look at the evolution of these two distinct sub-genres of RPGs.

    by
  • Xenloblade Chronicles X open world example.
    Article

    After Xenoblade Chronicles X Ends: What to Do Once the Story is Complete

    Xenoblade Chronicles X has a long story and a massive, fully open world. While the game can take up nearly 100 hours to complete (or more), the game does not end when the final boss is defeated. Xenoblade Chronicles X was designed to be played well after the curtain closes.

    by
  • Doom Screenshot
    Article

    Looking Back At Doom: The Shooter That Started It All

    After almost twelve years in limbo, the Doom series is set to return on May 13th 2016 with a reboot that looks set to capture the spirit of the series that inspired an entire genre of games. The game will be forgoing story to provide a more fun experience and there are sure to be plenty of gamers who are curious about whether or not id Software are still capable of bringing the goods.

    by
  • PS2 emulation on PlayStation 4
    Article

    PS2 Emulation on PlayStation 4 Isn’t What You May Think

    Recently Microsoft released backwards compatibility for the Xbox One and shortly after, Sony announced their PS2 emulation plans for the PlayStation 4. But does the PS2 emulation on PlayStation 4 live up to expectations?

    by
  • Minecraft HD graphics with shaders
    Article

    Minecraft HD Graphics: Beautiful Shader and Texture Packs

    This article is a step-by-step guide to installing and configuring Minecraft HD shader mods, to beautifully enhance the game world.

    by
Back to top
Back to top