Michael is back with a truly classic game he played as a kid. It’s time to run for office with SimCity 2000!
This week Michael is back with a game he used to play with his friends all the time. It’s time to throw down with Gauntlet Legends.
Michael is back with a game that was incredibly silly, although the gameplay was alright, for this week’s Retro Game Friday. It’s time to roll with Glover!
This week celebrates 20 years since the launch of the original PlayStation game console, and Chella’s put together a list of her most played PSOne games. Is yours on there?
Ever play a game that was so frustrating that you wanted to give up altogether? That’s how Michael felt back when he first played Rayman 2: The Great Escape! Jump on in for his impressions on this old classic in this week’s Retro Game Friday.
Sony has surprised visitors at the Tokyo Games Show with the announcement of an entirely new piece of hardware. Called the PS Vita TV, it’s a miniature console that plugs directly into a television set. Once connected, the Vita TV can play Vita and PSP games, supports the DualShock 3 controller, and can access streaming video and TV shows. In fact, it will play Vita games just by popping them into the microconsole. Plus, it can be paired with a PlayStation 4 and another TV inside the same home to create a network where multiple players could play together, but … Continue reading Tokyo Games Show: Sony Unveils PlayStation Vita TV Microconsole
This is the launch trailer for The Walking Dead game, an untold story set in the world of The Walking Dead that follows convicted criminal Lee Everett; a man given a second chance at life in a world gone to hell. With danger around every corner, protecting an orphaned girl named Clementine may offer him redemption in a world of true horror. Experience events, meet people and visit locations foreshadowing the story of Deputy Sheriff Rick Grimes in this extension of Robert Kirkman’s award-winning universe. A 5 part game of Adventure Horror, where the decisions that you make will have … Continue reading The Walking Dead Launch Trailer
In what is likely to be hailed as one of the greatest legal victories for the game industry, the Supreme Court struck down the controversial California law that would have criminalized the sale of violent video games to minors. The 7 to 2 victory is a resounding win for the industry, which argued that the current voluntary ratings system created and maintained by the Entertainment Software Ratings Board (ESRB) was adequate protection, and in fact was more effective than the ratings in other industries, such as movies. Justice Antonin Scalia wrote for the majority opinion in the case. "As a … Continue reading In a 7-2 Decision, Supreme Court Strikes Down California Violent Video Game Law
Fishing? I’ve never understood the lure (excuse the pun) of fishing and deer hunting games. To me, they are as exciting as watching grass grow, however, I am going to be as fair as possible. Big Bass Fishing from Take 2 Interactive is a fishing sim for the Playstation 1. In Big Bass Fishing, players can hook 14 different types of freshwater fish, using twenty assorted fishing lures, in three separate game modes and five different fishing events. In Big Bass Fishing, the three game modes are challenge, competition, and arcade. The challenge mode contains varying trials which, when successfully … Continue reading Something Smells Fishy
Charlie Croker, fresh out of a stint in the big house, already has hatched a plan to swindle 4,000,000 pounds out from under the Italian mafia and the Turin police. This is The Italian Job, a driving game from Rockstar Games, the same people who brought you the Grand Theft Auto series. The game is based on the movie The Italian Job, released 1969, starring Michael Caine and (of all people) Benny Hill. I wonder if anyone under the age of 30 knows who the hell Benny Hill was. But, I digress. The Italian Job the game, like the movie, … Continue reading Off the Job