In case you didn’t know, I’m a rather big fan of the classic Mega Man games. I could never finish any of the old games when I was a kid, but I always […]
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Konami doesn’t seem to be in a hurry to release a new Castlevania game anytime soon. Thank Satan for Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night. Created by famed Castlevania developer, Koji Igarashi, Bloodstained is […]
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Truly, we all live in a Pokemon world. Two new Pokemon games are coming to the 3DS this fall along with the fighting game spin-off Pokken Tournament on Nintendo Switch. A true Pokemon […]
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Atari was once the most dominant force in the gaming industry. Thanks to the video game crash of 1983, Atari was reduced to being a shell of its former self. Nearly 20 years […]
Marvel vs. Capcom games have always been enjoyable because they have characters from both companies duking it out. However, as great as it was to have Ryu and Mega Man facing off against […]
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One of my favorite comic books from the mid-90s was Joe Madureira’s Battle Chasers. What was fun about this series was that it was essentially a role-playing game in comic book form. The […]
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E3 is the place where gaming’s most powerful publishers and developers get together to show off their biggest titles. While the focus is decidedly on the giants of gaming, E3 is also a […]
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One of my favorite franchises from last generation was Saints Row. It started off as a GTA clone before becoming its own (awesome) thing. It should be no surprise to know that I […]
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For weeks I’ve been letting you know about the plethora of cool, smaller, indie games on the Nintendo Switch. But let’s be real. For many, the next true game of note to hit […]
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Another E3 has come and gone, and we’re in our post-orgasmic state of anticipation for some of the next cycle’s hottest games to come out. New Metroid alone is enough to get us […]
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One of my favorite games of this generation is Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor. The main reason I love it so much is because of its innovative “Nemesis System” which altered the game depending […]
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As anyone in the Ziff Davis office can tell you, my opinion of Destiny is intense and conflicted. As I told the PR rep booking my Destiny 2 appointment at E3, I own […]