I’ve always enjoyed crossover fighting games, especially those that mimic the format of the Super Smash Bros. series. Even if the combat isn’t anything spectacular it’s always fun to watch … Read More
As I’ve said before, the Xbox Live Indie Games section is host to many a cheap knockoff, lazily-coded weekend project, or good idea wasted on bad programming. Every once in … Read More
Breakout (or Arkanoid, to some) has always been my favorite of the “classic” arcade games. Not just for the brick-breaking, but the huge amount of powerups (or power-downs) that are … Read More
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Super Mario, Pac-Man, and Sonic The Hedgehog are three of the most recognizable icons in gaming, and their careers contain some interesting parallels.
They also happen to perfectly represent … Read More
…there was The Sumerian Game. Designed for grade schoolers in 1964, it was as innovative as it is forgotten.
I discovered this long lost obscurity while doing research for … Read More
I’m certain that Where In The World Is Carmen Sandiego? is the most confusing series in the history of video games. Different versions of a game might have the same … Read More
Legion co-creator Bill Sienkiewicz designed the characters and logo for the ’90s FOX cartoon Where On Earth Is Carmen Sandiego?Read More
The term “gamer” predates video games by over six centuries.
The first known record of the word was found in the English town of Walsall and dates back to … Read More