Imagine this opening dialogue employed on an episode of The Tonight Show:
I mean, that’s not really something you expect to type every day.
Sam Barlow has enjoyed an interesting career reviving video game trends and franchises, where Serious Sam, the psychological thriller, and Silent Hill are among his personal handiwork. To that point, unorthodox clings to his resume: His first major game was a single-turn text adventure in 1999, and here in the year…
Feel free to minimize this, delete it, or whatever. I just wanted to share this to you guys because I have a huge soft spot for TAY.
In 2013, Nintendo merged their two game development buildings into a single unit. Up to that point, their handheld games were being developed separately from their console counterparts, and the move at the time seemed like a fairly inevitable bit of housekeeping at best. Yet what followed from that point forward was…
Goodnight, sweet prince.
To the uninitiated, "Clay Fighter Sculptor's Cut" is a sort of "remix" title of the N64 game of almost the same name. The game has the distinction of being the rarest game ever made for the N64, as it was only made available for rental at local Blockbusters across the country. Both the game and the box sell for …
What does this have to do explicitly with video games? Everything and nothing. Whiskey Shivers is the band most famous for being a human centipede bluegrass band, and I thought of y'all when I watched their new one.
It's hard to imagine, but it has been one year since the best day of my life. Lest there be any doubt, here is said day, condensed into 13 seconds and lovingly preserved for future generations to come:
This was a scene inside of Nintendo's busy, loud E3 booth:
Sonic needs to slow down.
No, I cannot compete with the people who have somehow collected every piece of Pokemon merchandise on the planet. I often struggle to remember what Dark types are strong against. And honestly? I left the game sometime after Ruby and Sapphire, never to truly come back to it until Pokemon X and Y.
Last week, Washington DC played host to the 145th official, national conference for psychologists, otherwise known as the American Psychological Association (APA) annual convention. Each year, thousands of working professionals, students, retired members, keynote speakers, and other related field members all gather to…
Some of you may have heard over the years that video games are out to get us.
This year's Elite Status gifts have arrived. Already several have blogged about it, and many have run to the internet to voice their opinions. Without retreading many of the louder opinions that I have little to add to (they aren't positive), let me give a basic run down of American economic practices and the value…
I am now a month removed from my first ever E3.
Spotted on Imperial Beach, CA from my car this morning.
Feeling bad about not making it to Evo 2013? Well, imagine how the people who DID go, only to place lower than former American Idol winner Taylor Hicks feel.