The Ultimate Zombie Blog

ann hale looks at all the best the undead has to offer... Editor's Note: This is the ultimate zombie blog. Enjoy. 1. Shaun of the Dead-...

Remembering the Classics: Wolfenstein

As we have seen time and time again throughout video game history, first-person shooters and World War II practically go hand in hand. Nearly...
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Video Game Review: Disney Infinity 2.0

Written by Eric Gallegos After the success of the first Disney Infinity, Disney is back at it again with Disney Infinity 2.0. Only this...

Our Favorite Moments from E3 2015

E3 2015 had a lot of memorable moments. There were demos to watch, trailers to behold, and games to talk about. Three rival companies...

Remembering the Classics: Spider-Man 2

Spider-Man is undoubtedly one of the most famous superheroes in history. He’s been Marvel’s flagship character since the 60s and has appeared in literally...

Remembering the Classics: Silent Hill

Happy Halloween everybody! The one day a year where it’s perfectly okay to dress up in colorful costumes and scare the crap out of...

Link to the Past: The King Of Kong

logan j. fowler looks back at we he considers the best video game movie ever ... Two men. One game. It’s on like Donkey Kong. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xMJZ-_bJKdI&w=640&h=390 Released in...

Remembering the Classics: StarCraft

The 90s was a pivotal decade for Real-Time Strategy games. Thanks to advancements in technology and the medium's growing global popularity, several companies were...

Remembering the Classics: Crash Bandicoot

Video game developer Naughty Dog has a pretty sterling reputation with PlayStation owners. The previous console generation especially has been kind to this Santa...

Remembering the Classics: SimCity

One of the most appealing aspects about video games that sets them apart from other forms of entertainment are their ability to give a...