Although he appreciates a great videogame soundtrack, Todd tends to play his own music in games, and he thinks his characters sometimes even appreciate the effort. What music do you listen to when gaming?
With the holiday season approaching, game companies are putting out some pretty cool products that fall into the wacky yet cool category. In fact, taken as a whole, the past couple weeks have been filled with good gaming news. So grab a mug of hot chocolate and curl up with some fine headlines rounded up for your pleasure by Chella.
Neal gives us his yearly take on the state of horror gaming, with titles like Evil Within setting the benchmark that others, even the top dogs like Resident Evil, will need to follow.
All week we’ve talked about horror games that you can load up right now that will give you a good scare, but here are six where the hardest part might be finding a working copy. Cue the obscure horror games masterpieces.
The ghosts and goblins are starting to crawl out of their layers, and if you are like many gamers, you are looking for some games that scare, ones that can really make your skin crawl. Todd has some suggestions, if you dare.
The month of Halloween always brings a slew of horror game releases with it and 2014 is no different. But Chella has picked her most terrifying game characters ever. Did your favorite fright make the list of scariest video game characters?
It seemed like a great thing, giving PlayStation Plus gamers a version of the exclusive racer Driveclub for free on the PlayStation 4 in October. But massive problems with the paid version of the game have left the free players spinning their wheels.
A writing for games course gives Chella renewed passion for games and the stories they can tell. Plus she gets to attend a Q&A session with Rhianna Pratchett.
Not every game is for everyone, and Todd proves it this week by dumping Destiny. At least he tried, putting in hours and hours of gameplay. But it was just not meant to be.
Although Diablo III had more problems than most games at launch, over the years the developers have been patching and improving it in a way that fans surly appreciate. Game fan Matt Jones breaks down how Blizzard earned their respect.