Kicking off in 1995, the Sega Rally Championship franchise has long stood among the best that arcade racing has to offer. It didn’t enjoy a wealth of sequels like most great games do, but it made for great games any time Sega chose to build one.
There is absolutely no game that has garnered as much critical appraise as The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. First released in November of 1998, the game has since been re-released three times–twice on the GameCube and once on the Wii’s Virtual Console service. No matter which version of the game it is, Ocarina […]
Because Dungeon Siege is a title more widely known to PC gamers, odds are you’ve never heard of this series. The Dungeon Siege games are known to consistently push the envelope when it comes to hack-and-slash, dungeon-crawling gameplay, and the third installment of the epic series makes a valiant attempt to bring the loot-hoarding fun […]
Nintendo uses their press conference to celebrate The Legend of Zelda’s 25th Anniversary, give a shot in the arm for the Nintendo 3DS’ fall lineup, and unveil their next console, the Wii U.
Over the years the Need For Speed franchise has taken many turns. Some games have been better than others.
Forza Motorsport 4 is easily one of my most anticipated games for this year. I am a huge fan of what Turn 10 has done with the series thus far, and it seems like for the fourth installment they’re looking to make the best possible racing game in the genre. It’s a lofty goal, but […]
Sony apologized to everybody for the damages caused by the PlayStation Network outage, talked about a ton of PS3 games, and announced key details for the Vita’s upcoming launch.
In an interesting off-year for Microsoft, they get to focus on games for the Xbox 360 and Kinect. Lots of demos, a few game announcements, and some Xbox Live news topped the majority of what Microsoft had to announce.
One liner: The game is well worth the wait! The sequel the world has been waiting 14 years for is finally approaching its release. Since 1997, Duke has been partaking in a little vacation and his trigger finger has itched long enough. Maintaining the first person shooter style of gameplay originally introduced to the series […]
In the last few articles we speculated on what the Big Three could and should do to make their keynotes a success. Now though we’re going to branch off a little bit and let our editors express themselves a bit more. This time it’s more personal and will focus on what we’re looking forward to […]