Editorials

As announced earlier in the year, Sony has created their very own PlayStation Classic in response to Nintendo’s NES Classic and SNES Classic releases, bundling 20 PlayStation 1 “classics” onto a smaller version of the original console and with the original DualShock controllers. However, personally (and for a lot of others out there) I find
0 Comments
Super Smash Bros. is one of Nintendo’s industry titans, as it stands among Mario and Zelda as a powerhouse IP for the company. Outside of the all-star line-up and stellar game direction from walking video game encyclopedia Masahiro Sakurai, the ravenous fan-base has propelled the series to meteoric heights. The series has kept a 17-year-old
0 Comments
The road through Rozhok is stained with blood. Plain wooden crates decorate each side of the street: one, two, three, four, there are five of them. Five small boxes filled with guns, filled with bandages, filled with clothing. The boxes tell stories of intentions; stories of submachine gun-wielding men holding sniper rifle scopes, stories of
0 Comments
The recent trailer for the upcoming major motion picture Pokémon: Detective Pikachu marks the first big-screen outing for the Pokémon series in a live-action format. Featuring a compelling storyline and a wisecracking electric mouse voiced by Deadpool’s Ryan Reynolds, the movie looks set to be jam-packed full of wholesome family fun. However, given the “catch ’em
0 Comments
UPDATE (11/11/18): During yesterday’s Inside Xbox: X018 Special, Microsoft revealed that it had acquired two more studios: Obsidian Entertainment and inXile Entertainment. As such, I have updated this article to reflect that and give insight about these newly acquired studios. During Microsoft’s E3 Press Conference, the large publisher announced the acquisition of five brand new
0 Comments
With just over a month to go until its release, yesterday’s Nintendo Direct for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate gave us one of our biggest (and last) looks heading into the game’s launch with a deep dive into the confirmed Spirits Mode, many of the game’s new features, and of course, several new character reveals with Street
0 Comments
When we think of horror games, our minds usually swing immediately to the survival end of the genre’s spectrum with classic titles such as Resident Evil, Silent Hill, and more recently the Dead Space series. Rightly so, too, as these are phenomenal franchises and well-deserving of their placements as the pinnacles of horror within the video
0 Comments
After initially unveiling the PlayStation Classic earlier this year, Sony today finally announced the full list of titles that will be coming to the mini-console for those of us here in western markets. Regardless of whether you think it’s missing out on such classic games like Crash Bandicoot, Spyro the Dragon, or Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, it’s
0 Comments
For the first day of the Portland Retro Gaming Expo only the Arcade side of the convention floor was open to the public, containing tons of old consoles, arcade cabinets, and pinball tables. Those walking in will first come across tables set up in a giant H with everything from Apple II to Dreamcast and
0 Comments