We can all agree it's a tense time in gaming right now. People have extreme feelings about all of the issues of our day but one trend is starting to really bother me. Too often the comments (mostly on main Kotaku) are shutting conversations down rather than encouraging them. My current favorite example of this is…
Morning fellow TAYers, hope your Friday is going well, if not maybe this cool video might cheer you up. I am a huge fan of Pogo, who is an Australian Music Mashup artist and I woke up this morning to find a new video on his channel for Borderlands. Enjoy!
Have you ever been invited to a party all your friends have been talking about and hyping up? This party is supposed to be the biggest thing ever and for weeks all you can think about is how awesome this moment is going to be. When the day final arrives however, reality hits you in the face. You have been to a…
Hey fellow Tayers,
Get out the notebooks because its time to explain how a game that came out over 12 years ago featured an ending vastly better than anything else on the market.
In a medium increasingly failing to convey any kind of real emotional resonance; Brother’s A Tale of Two Sons delivers a narrative full of fresh ideas that illustrates just how impactful video games can be.
I was nine years old the first time I was forced to stay overnight in the hospital as a result of major surgery. On the first night after the surgery I laid in pain, scared and alone in a cold hospital room with no company save for a few stuffed animals friends and relatives had left behind.
Hello, my name is DanimalCart, and I am a completionist. It has been one week since my latest relapse but sadly will not be the last and so I look to the support of my peers to help me overcome this horrid disease.
Critically hailed by many as one of the best videogames of the year, The Last of Us has been proclaimed as good as any book, movie or television show but did the fact that it was a videogame detract from its greatness?
The fine folks at Ctrl+Alt+Del have been publishing a hilarious series of illustrations by Tim Buckley covering the 2013 Console War and it is definitely worth checking out, as in these times of war, knowing thy enemy is perhaps the key to victory.
In the wake of Ryan Davis death, perhaps its best to take a step back and consider how relationships of game journalists correspond to the communities they interact with and how they have become more impactful than any other time in gaming history.
No game at E3 left a worse impression than Final Fantasy XV; a game that looks to continue in the direction set by XIII boasting all the worse parts of the series with nothing of interest to reveal.
At E3 this year, Quantum Break got many exited about the so called lords of FMV finally releasing a strong hybrid FMV/Game. Many believe falsely that Remedy are the kings of this FMV genre... Bullocks, I say Bullocks!
E3 2013 marked the birth of a new generation, a grand stage fight amongst two industry giants, tons of new games for old systems and companion apps… oh the companion apps!
After years of ho-hum outings, it looks like this year is really going to bring some much needed exhilaration back to E3.
The second installment of Anita Sarkeesian’s much praised Kickstarter project was released yesterday but everything surrounding this project and the videos themselves just seems off
Hello TAY Classic, was wondering if you could help me out.
XBOX One is not primarily a console for gamers, it’s a super charged set top box for the mass market and anyone expecting otherwise is going to be sorely disappointed
Left out from the press conference, Microsoft forgot to include the updates to the Red Ring of Death so prevalent in the last generation.
Well kids its almost here. This Tuesday, Microsoft will announce its new console in a 60 Minute presentation which everyone can watch on Spike TV, Xbox Live, and Microsoft and Viacom Digital Properties, Tuesday May 21 at 1 PM ET / 10 AM PT.