Category:  Editorial

By Matt Desind, January 28, 2015 Editorial, News, Nintendo

Welcome to a world that runs on steam! A world where the air balloons, cars and even weapons can only be used if there is enough of the aforementioned valuable resource. Code Name Steam,  a game for the Nintendo 3DS,… Read More »

By Shaun Zimmerman, January 14, 2015 Editorial, Nintendo

This morning, Nintendo of America broadcast another one of their fan-favorite Nintendo Direct videos, which has been their recent way of announcing new hardware or software lineups outside of E3. There were many things included in the video, but I… Read More »

By Matt Desind, January 7, 2015 Editorial, Nintendo

We have seen Super Mario, Donkey Kong, Mario Kart, Smash, plus second-party titles such as Bayonetta, and even a spin off like Captain Toad all from the end of 2013 and throughout 2014. That’s not even to mention the crazy… Read More »

By Chris King, December 17, 2014 Editorial, Microsoft, News, PC, Sony, Steam

Enough is enough. When will be done with seeing remastered games?  I understand that maybe a game that came out five to ten years ago will be remastered into high definition for the new generation consoles.  That I understand and I can see… Read More »

By Chris King, December 6, 2014 Editorial, News

I have a question for anyone who is a big gamer.  Why does it seem like all the Triple A games from these large well known developers are under performing?  There has always been a time where you pick up a game… Read More »

By Ryno, May 26, 2014 Editorial, Nintendo

Oh Nintendo, how do I love thee?  You were the company that got me into gaming, I mean really into gaming.  The Atari 2600 was my first gaming console but it was nothing compared to the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). … Read More »

By Ryno, May 13, 2014 Editorial

I remember back when I was a young lad before we had this thing called the internet, we used to have to go to stores to purchase our games.  Of course back then we had no choice in the matter. … Read More »