Here’s our recap on E3 2014, the good, the bad, and the blah!
Roguelikes are tough, random experiments in how much “fun” you can handle. It’s our topic for this week’s GameInvasion.
This week on GameInvasion, Carl Wilhoyte and Nick Hammer tackle the murky moral depths of morality systems in games.
On this week’s GameInvasion, you ever had one of those game you couldn’t put down? That absorbed you like few games do? We do!
On this week’s GameInvasion, we look at some classic franchise f@ckups. We’re looking at you, EA.
Sometime nostalgia just isn’t enough. Have you ever popped in your Atari 2600 version of Pac Man and just felt all the joy leave the room? It’s a game you played endlessly when you were 4 and dumb as a brick, but playing it now when you’re 34 and just
This week on GameInvasion, we talk about games that came outta nowhere to be some of our favorite titles.
You ever had a game that you were so excited about, you pre-ordered it as soon as it was announced, salivated until the very day it was released, plopped it in your console or hard drive as soon as you ripped the plastic off, only to realize that the thing
Yesterday, Facebook annnounced it had acquired Oculus VR and the internet imploded. Why this isn’t the VR apocalypse.
Uwe Boll, director of BloodRayne, Postal, and the new In The Name of the King 3, talks video games, whistleblowers, and fisticuffs.
Many games are so movie-like these days anyway, that there seems little point taking out the interactive element and turning them into a linear experience. So what are the best – and worst – game-to-movie transitions of recent years?