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  • Stephan Eggy
    Published about 19 hours ago
    The Best Video Games to Kill Some Time at School or Work

    The Best Video Games to Kill Some Time at School or Work

    We all have been there; you are at school or work and have nothing to do, it is the end of the day, and you are bored. Do you know that playing a video game for 15 minutes boosts your energy levels and spirit? You take a small break, and your mind gets some rest—a win-win situation if you ask me! We have made a list with our favorite games to kill some time.
  • Neal Litherland
    Published 2 days ago
    How to Build George Washington in 'The Pathfinder RPG'

    How to Build George Washington in 'The Pathfinder RPG'

    George Washington, his name reverberates in the halls of America's schools, and the man has become a legend. He was the first president, one of the primary founding fathers, and his face adorns both our money, and several of our major national landmarks. What we tend to gloss over, though, is the fact that George was a stone-cold badass. A man who preferred the sound of bullets slicing past his head to silence, and who regularly stood in front of hundreds of his enemies' guns with shoulders back and chest out, Washington was a man who led from the vanguard. If you've been looking for a solid build for a general that can lead by example, this guide should get you started.
  • Julia Beyers
    Published 4 days ago
    Top 5 Iconic Incarnations of Characters in Games

    Top 5 Iconic Incarnations of Characters in Games

    It is the sentimental value of iconic characters that developers bank on when they create themed games. By bringing these legendary figures back to life, game developers make a killing, because people can’t resist an opportunity to play with their once-favourite characters.
  • Nathan Miller
    Published 5 days ago
    I'm Making My First Official Game!

    I'm Making My First Official Game!

    Well, as you may already know, my dream since childhood was to make video games. And now that I'm studying to get a Bachelor's degree in Games at the University of Utah, I figured, maybe it's time to finally take the time to make my first official game. So, here's an announcement for it:
  • Kris Kris
    Published 5 days ago
    You Can Make Money Playing Solitaire

    You Can Make Money Playing Solitaire

    I know, it sounds unbelievable. However, this app seriously pays you to play their solitaire game! I have been playing and earning for months now!
  • Thomas Fletcher
    Published 5 days ago
    'Need for Speed: The Run'

    'Need for Speed: The Run'

    Need for Speed: The Run was released in 2011. It was made by the developing company known as EA Black Box, who also helped make Need for Speed: Most Wanted, Need for Speed: Underground, Need for Speed: Underground 2, Need for Speed: Carbon, Need for Speed: ProStreet, and also a few other Need for Speed titles. EA Black Box has also had a hand in helping develop other games such as the Skate series, NHL games from 2000 to 2004, Nascar 2001, and The Sims 3. Need for Speed: The Run is the most overlooked game in the Need for Speed series because of how different it is to the rest of the series. A lot of Need for Speed fans hated the game at first because it wasn't like the ones that came before it, but it still managed to gain a fan base that loves the game. Need for Speed: The Run is a Fantastic game because of it being different, the narrative driven story, and the theme of the game.
Staff Picks
  • Katie Lakusta
    Published 12 days ago
    10 Video Game Quotes That Hit Me Hard

    10 Video Game Quotes That Hit Me Hard

    I’ve been playing video games since I was a kid, back when I was filled with anxiety and had a hard time with multiplayer games. I still do have a hard time playing PUBG, even though I paid the full $30 to have it on my computer. I’ve thought about Overwatch, knowing its ranking systems and awesome story beyond team-based online gameplay could maybe fit my style a bit better. But I think it’s just the way I am—I prefer story-based games that I can enjoy at my own pace, without having to rely on others.
  • Mark Wesley Pritchard
    Published 26 days ago
    Perler Bead DIY: Extra Lives from 'Contra'

    Perler Bead DIY: Extra Lives from 'Contra'

    "Up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right, B, A, start:" the Konami Code that many of us recognize by heart. Contra was an NES game that I loved to play as a kid, and still do as an adult. In this article, I'm going to walk everyone through how to make extra lives from this run-and-gun game. Two months ago, I wrote a DIY article about teaching everyone how to make a block from Super Mario Bros. 3. It was the first time in almost 20 years that I've done any perler bead art. To me, doing this hobby is not only therapeutic, but exciting. You can check out that article here.
  • Herbert Seward III
    Published 3 months ago
    Google Stadia Wows at E3

    Google Stadia Wows at E3

    As a gamer, I'm always looking for new things to check out, explore, etc. E3 normally one of those events that pique that curiosity for me every year. There's always a presentation that just has that 'it' factor going for it, whether it's a game, or a console release, or maybe another console competitor altogether. This year, Google decided to make themselves known by unveiling a truly ambitious vision for the future of gaming with the Google Stadia reveal. Console-free, Cloud-based gaming isn't a new idea. Back in the day, a service called OnLive had essentially the same kind of dream; before Google even thought about stepping out into these cloud gaming streets, the folks at OnLive had the bright idea to stream games of all types for a subscription price. Of course, this was in the very infancy of cloud computing, so the dream of cloud gaming was still kind of like an unexplored country of sorts. OnLive's time in the spotlight was short-lived, as the company was eventually bought out by Sony entertainment, but their early foray into the promise of cloud gaming was a glimpse into a truly different direction for gaming. Fast forward to over a decade later. We're seeing a re-birth to the concept of truly console-free gaming (and some say the return of the spirit of OnLive) with Google's announcement of their ambitious vision for gaming with Google Stadia. Google had already been seriously exploring the idea of streaming and containing games within their cloud infrastructure with the beta program Google Stream prior to Stadia's introduction at E3. Check out the Connect E3 presentation below:
  • Jord Tury
    Published 3 months ago
    Top 10 Jump Scares in Video Games

    Top 10 Jump Scares in Video Games

    We, as a species, are pretty strange. We're strange because we like being scared for the sake of being scared when experiencing a thriller flick or survival horror story. Being scared gives us that strange burning sensation in our chests, and adrenaline rush that we can't acquire from an extreme sport or cheap drug. Whether it's from watching a horror movie alone at night or playing through a survival campaign on the most intense difficulty available; fear always manages to channel its way in through the media cord and rattle our bodies to the very core.
  • Shaizaan Qureshi
    Published 3 months ago
    Top 9 Triple A Games Announced at E3 2019
  • Jord Tury
    Published 3 months ago
    Top 10 Rage Quit Moments in Video Games

    Top 10 Rage Quit Moments in Video Games

    We've all had it, haven't we? That clench of the collar and twitch of the neck as we feel the sudden urge to launch a controller against the drywall in resentment? That gruelling desperation to just call it quits and send our consoles through several layers of blood and bruised knuckles?
Featured Collections
Adventure Games
  • Tom Sharp
    Published 22 days ago
    The Best Games in Far-Flung Places

    The Best Games in Far-Flung Places

    One of the biggest reasons why we all play videos games is for the sense of escapism, getting out of that nine to five mindset and letting go from all our trials and tribulations of modern-day life. And one of the best ways to do that is to totally immerse yourself in a world that is completely different to the one you currently inhabit. So what are the best games that are set in places that are far away from our current rural, suburban, or metropolitan areas?
  • Nancy D
    Published about a month ago
    Dank Cave Walkthrough

    Dank Cave Walkthrough

    What is there to do in Dank Cave?
  • Johann Hollar
    Published about a month ago
    Into Video Games 2

    Into Video Games 2

    Welcome back to another installment of the "Why not Do These?" series.
Arcade
  • Stephan Eggy
    Published about 19 hours ago
    The Best Video Games to Kill Some Time at School or Work

    The Best Video Games to Kill Some Time at School or Work

    We all have been there; you are at school or work and have nothing to do, it is the end of the day, and you are bored. Do you know that playing a video game for 15 minutes boosts your energy levels and spirit? You take a small break, and your mind gets some rest—a win-win situation if you ask me! We have made a list with our favorite games to kill some time.
  • Grayson Henry
    Published 5 months ago
    Best 'Double Bubble Slots' Game Providers of 2019

    Best 'Double Bubble Slots' Game Providers of 2019

    Double Bubble Slots has been designed by Gamesys, and it provides players with a top slot experience. It is a game that is well-known in the industry, and one where players can win big. There are huge prizes available, ranging from £80,000 to £2000,000. So, when you play Double Bubble Slots, you know you are in for a real treat.
  • Nancy D
    Published 8 months ago
    10 Free Games to Try Today

    10 Free Games to Try Today

    Making video games is a great hobby, especially when you have complete control of the art and outcome. Since there are so many people with this hobby. There are all kinds of free games to try online.
Console
  • Keran Mourning
    Published 23 days ago
    The Most Expected Games in the World This Year

    The Most Expected Games in the World This Year

    Whether you are looking for bone-shaking scares or adrenaline-raising thrills, we have it all under one roof.
  • Jord Tury
    Published 29 days ago
    PS4 Exclusives that Crushed the Xbox One

    PS4 Exclusives that Crushed the Xbox One

    As we enter the final greatest hits era of the current-gen consoles, I think it's fair to say we've seen some magnificent titles over the last five years. And that even goes out to Microsoft, too. Because as much as I'd like to fangirl over the idea that Sony produces the superior exclusives, I can also vouch for Xbox and some of their golden titles, too. But sadly, as I look back over the years and try to shove back the biased opinion over the two consoles, I still always manage to come to the same conclusion. And that is that Playstation just has better games overall. I'm sorry if that offends certain players, and I bloody know it more than likely will.Yes, I've played Forza. Yes, I've played Gears of War. But do those two or three good experiences make up for the handfuls of stunning journeys I've encountered with the PS4 exclusives? No, I'm afraid not. Because Sony knows how to make a good game, and once they produce gold, they strike it and milk that mine for all it's worth.So let's take a look at some of the most memorable and successful PS4 exclusives to date, and should you be in a position to choose between consoles, perhaps this will whet your appetite for the better choice! *wink wink*It's not too late to switch sides, Microsoft fans. There's plenty of PS Exclusives for you to get your hands on. And when the time finally arrives where you can pick up current-gen consoles for bargain prices, hopefully, you'll know what to do.Allow me to enlighten you.I present to you, PS4 EXCLUSIVES THAT CRUSHED THE XBOX ONE.
  • Max Brooks
    Published 5 months ago
    Ten Year Lag

    Ten Year Lag

    You know what I'm playing right now? For the first time ever?Batman: Arkham City. I'll give you a second to check the date this article was uploaded. No you aren't reading an article from 2011. Yes, I genuinely haven't played the game before and no I didn't manage to avoid spoilers for eight years.Especially not THAT spoiler.But man, even though I'd seen the Let's Plays, compilations, and heard what happened from friends it was nice to see it myself. It was nice to earn that ending for myself.Playing old games isn't a new phenomenon, my best friend plays Shadow of the Colossus religiously, even today, and retro-gaming is still alive and well today, lot's of indie games on Steam have that pixelated art-style and synthesized music meant to evoke the age of the SNES and it's ilk. And it's especially not something new for me. My first game console was a Sega Mega Drive (a present from my favourite auntie). I'm sure it was lot's of other people's first game console but mine came in a cheap blue plastic box with no instructions and three games (Sonic 2, G-Force and a version of Sonic 1 that didn't work properly). More tellingly, I got this in 2002 or 2003, about six years after the Mega Drive had been discontinued.I didn't care, of course, I was about eight years of age. We plugged it into the TV in my parent's bedroom and I would play it whenever I got the chance—even trying to get my sister or cousins to play it with us. Sadly, being tiny children, we weren't great at it.We were actually fairly horrible at it to be quite honest.I later acquired a copy of Sonic & Knuckles from a car boot sale. The feeling of finding a new game, a game I'd never heard of, for the game console I had was incredible. Nine-year-old Max was over the moon about it.It's not so hard nowadays, to pop into your local game shop and find a cabinet or shelf full of games for the NES, the SNES, the Dreamcast, the Mega Drive. Hell, I've even seen a couple of Atari 2600 cartridges at a second hand games store before. But back then, whenever I went into gaming shops everything was for the newest consoles, or the previous generation and I was left a little sad.There's been other consoles since the.: (My poor little Mega Drive got it's wires crossed and ended up flickering black and white and making a horrible screeching noise.) I got a Game Boy Advance for Christmas one year, but that was the closest I came to being on top of the console market.The next console I got would have been a cheap Sony Playstation, and at this point most of my friends had gotten Play Station 2's or GameCubes. It was around this point I started to notice that I had a few advantages over them:
Esports
  • Sean S
    Published 6 days ago
    'NCAA Football 14': OU, Stillwater, and Georgia Tech to the SEC Dynasty Mode Build Season 1, Part 4—Week 1 Alabama @ Oklahoma

    'NCAA Football 14': OU, Stillwater, and Georgia Tech to the SEC Dynasty Mode Build Season 1, Part 4—Week 1 Alabama @ Oklahoma

    Finally got our Week 1 in the books, and I've been pulling a lot of overtime. I haven't been able to figure out any way to get highlights or still shots off my 360, so we'll just be looking at the box score. First though we'll look at the other scores of Week 1. For convenience sake, I'm just leaving them in the order the game put them in.
  • Sean S
    Published 19 days ago
    'NCAA Football 14': OU, Stillwater, and Georgia Tech to the SEC Dynasty Mode Build Season 1, Part 3—Final Preseason Dope Notes

    'NCAA Football 14': OU, Stillwater, and Georgia Tech to the SEC Dynasty Mode Build Season 1, Part 3—Final Preseason Dope Notes

    Conference Prestige Preseason Rankings Determined by Average Rank of the Conference Teams: (since the 2013 Preseason Poll NCAA included in the game is overriding the Strength of the Roster for the Top 25, this will be much more accurate at the bottom than the top, but still, I said I'd include this).Big Ten: 9.3SEC: 10.5ACC: 14.5Pac-12: 19.5Big XII: 48.2CUSA: 50.7Mountain West: 61.3MAC: 77.7Sun Belt: 94.8Six Flags: 95.3Out of curiosity, I decided to calculate the Average Rank of the Independents just to complete the table and it's 83.7. No real surprise as Texas is the only Power five Independent, and for the recruiting itself, the game adjusts to what each Independent Scheduled for that Grade. Now I know I promised the Preseason All-Americans and Heisman Watch, but apparently that's scripted in the game as well. As a Backup QB from Texas A&M is the 'leader' in the Heisman Watch, likely a Johnny Manziel stand in, and Tua's little brother is a Preseason All-American LB despite, you know, being a Quarterback. #Bonkers. Just regular programming flaws I suppose. If they'd have known we'd have to be playing the game this way the past six years they'd have probably included the pick a playoff format in Dynasty Options, *long sigh*. Which you can't say they've never had it before; it was on ancient NCAA Titles in the 90s I've only heard about. NCAA 06 was my first.
  • Sean S
    Published 22 days ago
    'NCAA Football 14': OU, Stillwater, and Georgia Tech to the SEC Dynasty Mode Build Season 1, Part 2—The Conferences

    'NCAA Football 14': OU, Stillwater, and Georgia Tech to the SEC Dynasty Mode Build Season 1, Part 2—The Conferences

    I'm going to kill two birds with one stone and list the teams in their Conference Outlook Order, so you can get the games predictions for how these Conferences are going to shake out at the same time.
How To
  • Katie Lakusta
    Published 16 days ago
    12 Tips to Strengthen Your Pokémon Masters Game

    12 Tips to Strengthen Your Pokémon Masters Game

    With the drop of Pokémon Masters on August 29th, it's been pretty hectic in the Pokémon fandom. Players have been excited to start building their teams and racing to be the best of the best—heck, it'd feel pretty great to beat both legends, Red and Cynthia, in the same tournament, don't you think?
  • Julia Beyers
    Published 18 days ago
    Best Football Betting Techniques Used by High Roller Casino Players

    Best Football Betting Techniques Used by High Roller Casino Players

    They may enjoy different target audiences, but one of the distinctive features, which contributes to their co-existence, is their aiming at experienced players. People, who play big and win large sums, are also referred to as high rollers or whales. They get the gist of high-scale gambling and its main principles.
  • Isla Wright
    Published 25 days ago
    How to Equip Your Gaming Room

    How to Equip Your Gaming Room

    It doesn’t matter if you are into PC games, consoles, or board games, if you want to have a perfect gaming experience, you have to know how to create the best and the most comfortable gaming environment. Your gaming room should be your sanctuary, a place where you can play your favorite games, alone or with your friends, without being disturbed by the people from the real world. Having this type of room definitely enhances the gaming experience, but sadly, a lot of gamers don’t have a separate room dedicated to the sole purpose of gaming. Equipping a gaming room is not a simple task. This is why today we are going to provide you with some rather useful tips on how to create a perfect gaming environment.
Nintendo
  • Steve Brewer II
    Published about a month ago
    Earth's Mightiest Elite Four

    Earth's Mightiest Elite Four

    I have a strong love for Pokemon, I first got into it when it debuted here in the US and have been a Pokefan ever since. It has influenced my writing and, over the last several months, I have written several articles detailing teams I would use if I was a Pokemon Trainer, member of an Elite Four, or even Pokemon Champion.
  • Aaron Dennis
    Published 2 months ago
    'Faxanadu' on the NES

    'Faxanadu' on the NES

    Faxanadu was licensed by computer game developer Nihon Falcom, which is a pretty good company. They continue to develop games today, and have most recently helped to release The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel IV. They're also famous for the Ys series. Faxanadu came out in the United States in 1989 as a first-party title under license from Hudson Soft.
  • Steve Brewer II
    Published 2 months ago
    Just a Normal Pokemon Ranger

    Just a Normal Pokemon Ranger

    A few months ago, I posted two teams that I would use if I were Pokemon Champion. These teams were not defined by a single type, but were built around specific themes relating to my love of literature.
Pc
  • Nathan Lynch
    Published 15 days ago
    'World of Warcraft Classic'

    'World of Warcraft Classic'

    If you haven't heard of World of Warcraft Classic, let me be the first to welcome you to the old school MMO that sucked the lives out of everyone playing it. WoW Classic is just as it's labeled. Going back to the original game before all the expansions, streamlined content, easy combat, and leveling. Shed all of the fat and go back to the cut and dry World of Warcraft. To be honest the original recipe is my cup of tea. WoW Classic brings you back to when you actually had to read quest to find your destination; you have to put in the time and effort to learn and craft a character that you are on this adventure with. Nothing is given, you have to earn it. So far I am ten hours in. I have a level ten dwarf hunter. Just a little perspective of the time that you will need to put into the game to achieve what you want in it. Now let's dive into this.
  • JL Palmer
    Published 24 days ago
    Why Are Idle Dating Sims So Much Fun?

    Why Are Idle Dating Sims So Much Fun?

    So, this is an interesting article to conjure up, but it’s one that I felt was worth talking about. I’ve found myself being increasingly drawn to this style of gameplay, and the main reason I find it interesting to talk about is because I hate the whole aspect of the idly clicking away at a game for hours component. This brings me to a very useful reason for writing this article and that is that by justifying my own reasons for playing these types of games, despite previously said disinterest in the main aspect of the game, I might be able to convince other people who share a similar aversion to idle click nonsense as me to try out these games as well.
  • Christina Scanlon
    Published 25 days ago
    Blizzard Releases 'Classic World of Warcraft'

    Blizzard Releases 'Classic World of Warcraft'

    It finally happened. Blizzard Entertainment did what was once thought impossible. Yesterday, August 26th 2019, Blizzard released Classic World of Warcraft; they went all the way back to the beginning, a simpler time when there were no add-ons, no flying, no boosts, just your character and your wits. No more “easy mode” when it comes to Classic.
Playstation
  • Alex Hodgson
    Published 16 days ago
    One Year Later - The Lasting Appeal of 'Spider-Man PS4'

    One Year Later - The Lasting Appeal of 'Spider-Man PS4'

    Around a year ago, Playstation 4 owners were blessed with the wonders of Marvel's Spider-Man. The game was hugely anticipated by fans and was met with great acclaim when it was released. Insomniac's creation finally allowed gamers to experience the world from the wall-crawler's perspective. One year later, the game still has a lasting appeal.
  • Carlos Fox
    Published about a month ago
    How to Throw a Gamer's Dream Party

    How to Throw a Gamer's Dream Party

    A legendary gamer party requires meticulous planning around technology, hardware and grub. Everything must appeal to the gamer’s raw instincts, with classic combinations such as Cheetos and Mountain Dew & Red Bull and Chicken Wings present at the party.
  • Aaron Dennis
    Published 4 months ago
    'Vandal Hearts'

    'Vandal Hearts'

    Vandal Hearts was released to the Playstation by Konami in 1996. It was later released to the Sega Saturn as well.
Product Review
  • Hannah P
    Published 20 days ago
    'Astral Chain'

    'Astral Chain'

    So Astral Chain came out on Friday. I preordered and got the game on release day. I’ve played for about fourteen hours so far, and here’s what I think of the game. This review will be spoiler free.
  • Colin Kowal
    Published 20 days ago
    Wander: A One of a Kind Character

    Wander: A One of a Kind Character

    For a game I haven’t played in years, I think about Shadow of the Colossus a lot. Shadow of the Colossus gets nearly universal praise for its story, gameplay and visual style. However, I don’t think its main character gets enough attention, even if part of what makes Wander great is the story he’s involved in.
  • Anthony's Film Review
    Published 26 days ago
    Anthony's Film Review - 'Grand Theft Auto V' (2013)

    Anthony's Film Review - 'Grand Theft Auto V' (2013)

    It's been a while since I wrote a video game review for my website, Anthony's Film Review. After all, my primary focus is movies, as the name implies. Any other medium that is visual and movie-like is on my radar less frequently, and is therefore something I write about less often. Still, when I do come across something that is not a movie but similar in a way, and is worth talking about for whatever reason, I will take the time to pour out my thoughts on it, the same way I would with the movies I watch. I say this because the video game I am about to review is not just one of the best ever, but also one that virtually erases the line between movies and video games (and, for that matter, the line between fiction and reality).
Rpg
  • Neal Litherland
    Published 2 days ago
    How to Build George Washington in 'The Pathfinder RPG'

    How to Build George Washington in 'The Pathfinder RPG'

    George Washington, his name reverberates in the halls of America's schools, and the man has become a legend. He was the first president, one of the primary founding fathers, and his face adorns both our money, and several of our major national landmarks. What we tend to gloss over, though, is the fact that George was a stone-cold badass. A man who preferred the sound of bullets slicing past his head to silence, and who regularly stood in front of hundreds of his enemies' guns with shoulders back and chest out, Washington was a man who led from the vanguard. If you've been looking for a solid build for a general that can lead by example, this guide should get you started.
  • Neal Litherland
    Published 9 days ago
    How to Build Andrew Jackson in 'The Pathfinder RPG'

    How to Build Andrew Jackson in 'The Pathfinder RPG'

    Andrew Jackson, the 7th President of the United States, is one of the most memorable politicians we've had in our history. Part of that has to do with his history of achievements in the White House, and how he shaped the very nature of the executive branch, and part of it is because his mug is on the $20 bill, which is the default for ATMs. However, if you've ever looked down at that scarred, sour face and wondered about that man, rest assured he was one of the most violent, vengeful, and balls-out homicidal men we've yet to elect to the office of the president. And, if you've been wondering how to bring that sort of crazed warrior-ruler combination to your game, here's a Pathfinder conversion guide to get you started.
  • James Williams
    Published 11 days ago
    8 Best RPGs Games of 2019

    8 Best RPGs Games of 2019

    RPGs are some of the most successful games of today’s times—and it’s easy to see why. No other genre offers that unparalleled sense of scale, customizability, and freedom. RPGs let us experience vast, interesting worlds and stories, supplemented with diverse and engaging gameplay.
Vintage
  • whatageek
    Published about a month ago
    Super Nintendo or Playstation 2?

    Super Nintendo or Playstation 2?

    When it comes to what was the best system of all time, it usually comes down to 2. There is the Super Nintendo and the Playstation 2 (though a lot of people would argue n64 should be on the list). Both are great systems that deserve the title but we are here to pick one. I will give my vote at the end but let me know what you think. And for your vote you cannot include PS 1 games on the backwards compatible PS 2. It has to be based solely on Playstation 2 titles (but don't worry there are a lot of them).
  • Mark Wesley Pritchard
    Published about a month ago
    Genesis Does What Nintendon't: Sega Genesis at 30

    Genesis Does What Nintendon't: Sega Genesis at 30

    30 years ago today, a 16-bit home video game console was introduced to the masses. That gaming system was the Sega Genesis and it released over 900 games. To date, it had sold almost 31 million units and its best selling game was Sonic the Hedgehog, which sold 15 million units. I'll be sharing some of my favorite Sega Genesis games that I loved playing as a kid, in no particular order. In about a month, the Sega Genesis Mini is set to be released and will include 42 pre-installed games. It will go on sale for $79.99 and if you would like to see the full list of games, you can click the link down below. I've written an article about it two months ago, so be sure to check it out. In the mean time, I hope you enjoy my list of Sega Genesis games.
  • Brian C.
    Published 2 months ago
    Somehow, My SNES Calls My Name Louder Than My Xbox One X

    Somehow, My SNES Calls My Name Louder Than My Xbox One X

    I wonder if our children will have the same reaction to current gen games as we have to our generation of games?To be clear, I am currently running an Xbox One X on a 75" OLED 4k screen, with a 1200 watt surround-sound home theater system; and while everything looks and sounds magnificent, there's still something that constantly draws me to my bedroom in search of my Super Nintendo and the game we all loved to play when we were kids.
Xbox
  • Gapial
    Published 3 months ago
    Becoming a Champion in 'Apex Legends'

    Becoming a Champion in 'Apex Legends'

    Respawn Entertainment truly took the world aback with the release of Apex Legends in February 2019. Since then, the game grew in popularity, and surpassed its competitors who had been in the market for longer at the time Apex Legends became widely known.
  • Greg Bogart
    Published 7 months ago
    The 10 Best Games of 2018 for Xbox One

    The 10 Best Games of 2018 for Xbox One

    Every year, the age old debate rears its ugly head: Which gaming system is better, PlayStation 4 or Xbox One? While the argument is fun to have, there's a pretty simple answer: Xbox One is unequivocally the better of the two systems.
  • WatchMojo
    Published 8 months ago
    Top 10 Xbox Fails

    Top 10 Xbox Fails

    This gaming brand has made its fair share of mistakes. Welcome to WatchMojo.com and today we’ll be counting down the "Top 10 Biggest Xbox Fails."