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Where Should Grand Theft Auto Go Next?

Gaming writer Gerard Thornton shares his thoughts on what the GTA series’ next steps should be. Grand Theft Auto V has been out long enough now that I feel we should all be turning our attention to what the next GTA focus should be. I’m not saying I want it to be out tomorrow, or […]Read More

Gaming Glories: Fallout: New Vegas (Vol. 1 Iss. 5)

After the massive success of Fallout 3 in 2008, fans were eagerly awaiting another dip into the wasteland when it was announced that Bethesda would be loaning Obsidian Entertainment their IP to produce an un-numbered title in the franchise to satiate fans’ appetites. Swapping the Capital Wasteland for the Mojave Desert, Washington DC for ‘New’ […]Read More

Gaming Glories: Resident Evil: Zero (Vol. 1, Iss. 4)

Gaming Glories is a special edition gaming feature that allows writers to revisit and explore games that have helped shaped their gaming history. Each volume features a different writer examining different games within each issue. Enjoy! The Resident Evil franchise is one of the most successful and long-running in gaming. Known as the Biohazard series […]Read More

Game Review: Umbrella Corps

Release Date: June 21, 2016 ESRB Rating: M ( Intense Violence, Blood and Gore, Strong Language) While gamers have been celebrating Resident Evil’s return to its horror roots, Capcom is still trying to experiment with a multiplayer adventure. Sadly, Umbrella Corps is just another failed attempt to create a multiplayer experience based on the Resident […]Read More

Game Review: Hard Reset Redux

Release Date: June 7, 2016 ESRB Rating: M (Blood, Violence, Strong Language) Hard Reset Redux is a special kind of shooter that takes the simplicity of the genre and blends it with a cyberpunk setting. Shooter games are always fun to play but it’s a genre that has been over saturated by poor titles and lazy […]Read More

Gaming Glories: Grand Theft Auto: Vice City

Gaming Glories is a special edition gaming feature that encourages writers to revisit and explore games that have helped shaped their gaming history. After the grey metropolis that was Liberty City in Grand Theft Auto 3, which was set in 2001, the men and women at Rockstar decided that we needed to go somewhere that […]Read More

Game Review: Doom (PS4)

Release Date: May 13, 2016 ESRB Rating: M (Blood, Intense Violence, Language) Once upon a time, the original Doom defined the concept of the shooter and it set the standards for the genre back in the 90’s. However titles like Half-Life, Unreal Tournament and 007 GoldenEye started to redefine the genre by the end of the decade. Enter […]Read More

Gaming Glories: Burnout 3: Takedown

Gaming Glories is a special edition gaming feature that encourages writers to revisit and explore games that have helped shaped their gaming history.  Every once in a while, a great game comes along. A game that can transcend to classic status. The date was the 10th of September 2004 and Burnout 3: Takedown had just […]Read More

Game Review : Resident Evil 6 HD (PS4)

Release Date: March 29, 2016 ESRB Rating: M (Blood and Gore, Intense Violence, Nudity, Strong Language, Suggestive Themes) Resident Evil 6 for the PS4 is another attempt by Capcom to convince fans that this was a fun title but it ends up becoming a sorry way to promote a failure with shinier graphics. As someone from the Silicon […]Read More

Spider-Man: Marvel’s Best Hero for Gaming?

Think About It Despite having put out a dozen films that each made over $200 million at the box office, Marvel has struggled mightily on the gaming front. It’s not that there haven’t been some good, popular titles. Most anything with the Marvel name stamped on it is going to sell. And the company has […]Read More

Game Review: Tom Clancy’s The Division

Release Date: March 8, 2016 ESRB Rating: M (Blood, Intense Violence, Language) The concept of the apocalyptic survival genre is not new to gamers but Tom Clancy’s The Division is a journey that stays true to the techno thriller concept that the acclaimed author is known for. In the last few years, the apocalyptic survival […]Read More

5 DLC Ideas That Should Be Added To Fallout 4

Recently, Bethesda announced new, long-awaited downloadable content (DLC) for hit RPG Fallout 4. The 3 DLC’s were met with lukewarm reception, with some branding the new content disappointing, while others said the ideas, including a Pokemon-esque catching and battling system, were just plain gimmicky and/or stupid. So, here are 5 ideas Bethesda should have considered […]Read More

Game Review: This War of Mine: The Little Ones

Release Date: January 29, 2016 ESRB Rating: M for Mature (Violence, Blood, Use of Drugs and Alcohol) War never changes but the person telling the story does with This War of Mine: The Little Ones, a console port of a unique game that focus on the hardships a civilian population has to go through during a conflict. […]Read More

Game Review: XCOM 2

Release Date: February 5, 2016 ESRB Rating: T (Blood, Use of Tobacco, Violence) XCOM 2 is not only the sequel that fans have wanted but also a return to what has made the series a gaming icon. XCOM: Enemy Unknown introduced a new generation of gamers to the iconic series while attempting to modernize the […]Read More

Game Review: Resident Evil Zero HD

Release Date: January 19, 2016 Rating: M for Mature (Violence, Blood and Gore) Before the Arklay Mansion incident that set the foundation for a horror icon, Resident Evil Zero HD takes gamers back to the nightmare that Rebecca Chambers and Billy Cohen encountered. While Resident Evil HD demonstrated that fans prefer the traditional horror setup over […]Read More