video games

The Nintendo NX Should Avoid A 2016 Release

We’ve all heard the rumors – the Nintendo NX will not only be shown off this year, but we’re also going to get the console as well. Many, including myself, highly doubt this is going...

10 Creepy Characters From Video Games

Video games are full of surprise villains, weird NPCs (that’s non-player characters, if you aren’t already familiar with massively multiplayer online games) and the strange, odd environments they resi...

Share Play Vs. Backwards Compatibility: Which Is The Best Post Console Release Feature?

Share Play and Backwards Compatibility, both are pretty revolutionary advancements for consoles and they’re definitely not becoming old news. Share Play is one – if not the biggest –...

Should Nintendo Move Away From Consoles?

Nintendo tends to hit rough patches when it comes to consoles. We’ve seen it with early systems like the Gamecube, and now with more modern systems like the Wii U. For Nintendo, history really d...

Delays Are Never Bad For Video Games

“A rushed game is forever bad.” -Shigeru Miyamoto I hold very true to this quote by Shigeru Miyamoto, Japanese video game designer and producer for Nintendo. Ah yes, Nintendo. Nintendo is ...

Story Or Substance – Which Is More Important In Video Games?

There’s an ongoing debate over whether story or substance is the more important aspect of a video game. Many will argue that story is the most important aspect. They might see video games as a f...

Pokemon Go! Beta Test: Should Games Motivate Us To Go Outside?

“Pokemon Go! Beta Test: Should Games Motivate Us To Go Outside?” Today a new beta has been released for the much anticipated Pokemon Go! In Japan people from young to old are scanning the streets in h...

Why Linear Games Are Better Than Open World Video Games

Over the past couple of years, modern gaming has taken a turn from linear gameplay to open world, which many fans prefer. Open world gameplay allows more freedom than linear gameplay in regards to whe...

The Legend Of Zelda – Open World With A “Twist”, What Could This Mean?

In an interview with IGN last year, Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma opened up about the idea of Zelda Wii U being an open world video game. Most people’s idea of an open world is a game where the pla...

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