Gaming

Left Behind – The Importance Of Preserving Gaming’s Classics

The video game remaster and re-release is one of the most maligned trends of recent years. Their announcement is often met by cries of annoyance at their prevalence, their release with complaints surrounding their price… and yet their absence often has fans of the series calling for the ability to revisit them on modern hardware. Of course, so much of ... Read More »

The Quest to Get Every NES Game in 30 Days—Without the Web

THE HOBBY OF collecting classic videogames has gained quite a lot of popularity in recent years, with more and more people (your author included) spending their free time hunting down game cartridges of yesteryear. Of the classic game machines of old, the original Nintendo Entertainment System has become the focus of a great deal of collecting these days, with many ... Read More »

PlayStation Plus Subscribers Want Triple A Game Titles for Instant Game Collection in August!

With the month of August less than two weeks away, subscribers of PlayStation Plus are airing their gripes again about the lack of Triple A game titles in the Instant Game Collection that Sony has been releasing month in and month out. According to Bidness ETC, since the launch of the PlayStation 4 in November 2013, Sony has only launched ... Read More »

FIFA 16: 18 Leaked Real Madrid Player Ratings

Scouring through the FIFA player ratings is a growing tradition. There’s nothing better than ripping off the plastic covering, opening the box for the first time, and spending the first quality moments poring through every team looking for the five star skill players, and teams you want to master in the quest to crush your friends. Which five star match-ups are ... Read More »

Godzilla: The Game; Rory McIlroy PGA Tour; MotoGP 15, gaming reviews

Want to awkwardly tramp around a city ramming into buildings and breathing lasers? Look no further. This latest Godzilla outing, is another chance to be a big thing crushing small things. The gameplay is fun, though having the L1 and R1 buttons for slow, cumbersome turning is maybe a bit too realistic for a gargantuan beast. Play as different Kaiju, ... Read More »

Nintendo was right about the Wii U. We were wrong.

With the announcement of the Wii U, everyone thought Nintendo was wrong. Hell, we thought Nintendo was out of touch, foolish and doomed for producing a gaming-focused, two-screen console that wouldn’t be able to compete technologically with whatever Sony and Microsoft offered in the new generation. The most vocal players wanted better graphics, bigger games and more online experiences. The ... Read More »

Inside Gaming: Smoking Ban Might Hurt Macau, Judge Won’t Unseal Records in Sands Case, Boston Taking On Wynn

This week’s installment of Inside Gaming covers a new anti-smoking bill in Macau that might further hurt gaming revenue in the Special Administrative Region, a Nevada judge’s decision not to unseal potentially explosive records in a Sands wrongful termination lawsuit, and the city of Boston’s eyebrow-raising allegations about Wynn Resorts in its lawsuit against the state’s gaming commission. Big industry ... Read More »

Warhammer – a beginner’s guide to the legendary battle game

If you’re remotely interested in strategy gaming, you’ve probably heard of Warhammer. In its 32-year history the tabletop game of fantasy battles has provided a gateway into gaming for generations of players, and it remains one of the most recognisable franchises in the industry. But creator Games Workshop recently brought the game’s three decades of bloodshed and battle to a ... Read More »

‘Final Fantasy XV’ PC Version Gets Groundswell Support from Gamers!

Apart from a recent leak supposedly about a gameplay demo running on DirectX12 on Windows 10, the PC version of the upcoming role-playing game “Final Fantasy XV” is now getting groundswell support from gamers. Apparently, a petition was made by gamers at Change.org for game developer Square Enix to really push for the development of the PC version of “Final ... Read More »