In a recent statement, the Red Cross has expressed their contempt for a group of unnamed (while not directly stating which games they are talking about, you can clearly tell by reading their statement are Call of Duty, Battlefield, and Medal of Honor) games and their use of war crimes in them. Continue reading Red Cross Wants War Crimes in Games Punished
Zone of the Enders was originally released in 2001 and was followed in 2003 by its sequel Zone of the Enders: The 2nd Runner. Both games received good reviews, averaging around an 8/10 from most major reviewers.
In this sequel to Fable I, you are born a pauper and a descendent of a Hero: someone who is able to harness the power of Will (magic basically). The game is an open world role playing game, and a fun one at that. Continue reading Fable II Review
Many Megaman fans agree that Capcom has not done the blue bomber justice in recent years by cancelling development on several Megaman games (one of which was a first-person shooter). As it turns out, Keiji Inafune agrees and has distanced himself from Capcom. Continue reading Mighty No. 9
It has been 11 years since I first played Kingdom Hearts and my love for this game has only grown stronger. Merging Final Fantasy with Disney was one thing Square-Enix absolutely did right over the past decade or so.
Hi my name is Jess and I am a bad driver in video games. I must have missed the virtual driver’s education class and I’ll admit it here and now that I don’t have a virtual license. Continue reading Bad Drivers Annonymous
Let me preface this by saying that I have not always disliked GTA, or even that I hate GTA as in the “game” itself. It is more along the lines of I can’t stand the “fanboyism” that goes into the series that is “Grand Theft Auto.” Maybe it is just that the older I have gotten, the more popular something is, the more I dislike it? I have grown to despise Call of Duty for some of the same reasons, but that is a different story.
So we all know that the next-gen consoles will be putting more focus on the use of touch screen devices in their games, and ClamCase has just announced a product that may indicate to what extent extra-console devices may play in games.