The Self High-Five: Five for Five

it's monday and bill bodkin returns with his column... Hey everyone! It's the fifth edition of Self High-Five and I figured that I'd add a...

Fall 2014 Video Game Preview

Some of the biggest video games are released in the months leading up to major December holidays. Nintendo, Sony, and Microsoft are all planning...

Remembering the Classics: The Sims

Let’s face it. Normal life can get pretty boring. There is nothing exciting about going to work everyday or going to class to study...

Remembering the Classics: Mario Kart

Mario is undeniably the most famous figure within the video game industry. Since his first appearance in 1981’s Donkey Kong, Nintendo has focused heavily...

Remembering the Classics: Hitman

In this ever wonderful world of entertainment, money almost always reigns supreme. It doesn’t matter if what was delivered was total garbage or soundly...

Remembering the Classics: RollerCoaster Tycoon

For the past several days, the internet has been abuzz with news from Gamescom in Cologne, Germany. One announcement in particular people can’t stop...

Remembering the Classics: Superman 64

luke kalamar looks at one of the worst superhero video games ever made ... This past weekend, the most famous superhero of all-time got the...

Remembering the Classics: Dungeons & Dragons

Role-playing games (RPGs) are easily the most diverse genre of game on the market. Each title shares the similar themes of an overarching narrative,...

Remembering the Classics: 2015 Highlights

A few weeks ago, Pop-Break’s own Video Games Editor Logan Fowler virtually gathered the aficionados on our staff to make their own Best Of...

Remembering the Classics: Gran Turismo

luke kalamar is in the driver's seat ... There have been countless variations on the car racing genre throughout the very long and expansive history...