The character creation tools afforded in many games are a funny thing. They can be unbelievably complex, and players can and often do devote full hours of time fine-tuning the perfect intrepid hero (or horrific monster) out of the numerous sliders, style choices and tweaks that alter the facial and body features of their player-character. … Continue reading How Do you Solve A Problem Like Miranda Lawson? A Discussion Of Romance And Character Creation In Video Games
With the PlayStation 4 and Xbox 720 almost certainly hitting stores by 2014 and a whopping seven years since the beginning of this console generation, you’d expect Microsoft and Sony to be limping toward the finish line, cranking out shovelware to pad time until their flashier, youthful replacements can take their place. However, 2013 is … Continue reading GB’s Most Anticipated Video Games of 2013
If you are a huge video game fan like me, you might be disappointed with how little information regarding upcoming games was released today. Either case, there are some noteworthy ones. Let’s just get straight to the point. Borderlands 2 Wimoweh trailer 2K Games released a trailer for Borderlands 2, showcasing its environments and enemies. … Continue reading CCI 2012: Video Games News Recap (Day 1)
2011 has been one of the biggest and most memorable years for the video game industry that I can remember. An amazing library of games has come out in the past 11 months, and we were treated a massive fourth quarter that likely took a huge toll on your wallet. As 2012 draws ever-closer and … Continue reading PS3’s The 10 Best Video Games of 2011
What’s a summer blockbuster without its prerequisite movie tie-in video game? Well, its still a summer blockbuster but it… hmmm… I don’t really know where I was going with that but it doesn’t matter. So yes, we are here to talk about Superhero video games, but we’ll start with the movie tie-ins.
Horror movie characters like Freddy, Jason and the rest have managed to span numerous genres, not just the cinematic universes they were originally born into. Jason Voorhees for example has his own video game currently in the works, plus old Spectrum and NES games from the 1980s, as well as a board game (called Last Friday) inspired by … Continue reading Mortal Kombat Creator Could Create Horror Icons Video Game
Sometimes you look over at your board game collection and realize they seem to cover pretty much everything.
The new Pixels trailer is out and we get to watch Adam Sandler, Kevin James and Peter Dinklage take on aliens who have come to conquer Earth in the form of nostalgic video game characters. Spoiler Alert: This looks terrible.
The medium of independent games has breathed new life into the world of console gaming and beyond. Recent instant classics such as Bastion, Castle Crashers, Super Meat Boy and Limbo have all been created by the types of developers who don’t have the financial support of a massive video game publisher. ScrewAttack has partnered with … Continue reading ScrewAttack & Swagabyte Games Present Disorder: Exclusive Q&A with the Game’s Devs
The survival horror genre has suffered a few setbacks over the years (we’re looking at you, Resident Evil 6), but a few dedicated video game developers have remedied that issue. Gamers have been provided with a bunch of awesome games that bring the fear back into the experience, such as Alien: Isolation and The Evil … Continue reading Summer Camp: An Upcoming Video Game Ode to Slasher Flicks