One of the 10 million people playing Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds just so happens to be me, and so I am now qualified to assess it in a video. I promise I’m being sincere when I say I consider it “The Game Of The Decade.”
I’ve been playing Final Fantasy VII in Japanese and English at the same time, and I’m noticing a trillion tiny differences. This is part four of my video series comparing the two versions of the game.
Koei Tecmo’s latest Warriors game doesn’t have any characters from Zelda or Dragon Quest. It’s got characters from other Koei Tecmo games.
There’s a new Hot Shots Golf game out for the PlayStation 4! Except now they’re calling it Everybody’s Golf. How “for everybody” is it? Watch my video to find out!
I’ve been playing Final Fantasy VII in Japanese and English at the same time, and I’m noticing a lot of neat little differences. This is part three of a video series in which I present those differences for your appreciation.
Batterystaple Games and Fire Hose Games must agree with me that Mega Man X is the best Mega Man game, because their 20xx is an obvious tribute. 20XX perfectly recreates the feeling of Mega Man X, and generously adds all the procedural elements (scheduled challenges, permadeath, a progression system, loot) that players…
I love complicated action games in general, though I have a particular soft spot for ones that make my hands hurt. I am pleased to announce that Resogun and Super Stardust HD developers Housemarque’s latest game, Matterfall, takes a seat beside God Hand at the roundtable of games which might cause carpal tunnel. In…
I went out on the streets of New York City to ask the people a question that has burned game-likers’ brains since the announcement of the upcoming Super Mario Odyssey: is Mario a human?
I’m playing Final Fantasy VII in English and Japanese at the same time. I’m noticing a lot of little differences. This is part two of what is now, officially, a series.
I love Dragon Quest. It’s my favorite game series. In the old days, Dragon Quest games were scarce here in the U.S., and while Square-Enix has done their best to rectify the scarcity, they’re still not as explosively popular as they are in Japan. I wish they were more popular, so I could talk to more people about…
I spent way too much money on Dragon Quest XI merchandise. Dragon Quest being my favorite game franchise, and a numbered installment in the series being a rare event, I found it appropriate to splurge. In the video above, watch what $600 got me.
I’m playing Final Fantasy VII in both English and Japanese at the same time, and noticing a bunch of tiny differences — for you. Here’s a video illustrating what nuances of the first few lines of the game couldn’t make it into the English translation.
Mario games are my favorite games. Jumping is my favorite thing to do in a Mario game. Video games are my favorite hobby. In summary, jumping in a Mario game is my favorite thing to do.
I love asking questions almost as much as I love listening to answers. Two weeks ago at the 2017 Electronic Entertainment Expo (“E3"), I got to do both!
I did not get to play Super Mario Odyssey at E3 2017. However, my colleagues did, and I got to study 20 minutes of delicious footage they captured. I spent too much time frame-by-frame studying the glorious dust cloud effects when Mario butt-stomps. I also noticed an overt “Glengarry Glen Ross” reference in the New…
Me (Tim Rogers) and Stephen Totilo played Inti Creates’s new Mega Man-like retro shooting platform action game Mighty Gunvolt Burst yesterday on a live-stream.
I love asking questions almost as much as I love listening to answers. Last week at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (aka “E3", aka “Electronic Three”), I got to do both of those things.
I love asking questions almost as much as I love listening to answers. Last week at E3, I got to do both!
Clifford “Cliffy B” Bleszinski once described video game guns’ profound appeal with this simple sentiment: “reach out and touch someone . . . with your gun.” Since the early 1990s, guns have pretty much been the telephone of choice for video game characters: they speak to their rivals with bangs, booms, and headshots.
As I did yesterday with the Xbox One X E3 2017 Briefing, I recorded myself commenting over last night’s Sony PlayStation Showcase E3 2017. This time, I was in a hotel bed, wearing a Rilakkuma sweatshirt. I was very comfortable.