Antonio WorrallI’m a geek who loves video games, wings, beer, dinosaurs, Star Wars, and technology. My wife and I have a tripod cat, but she’s an asshole. Because she’s a cat.
The History of Sonic is kind of like a failed marriage. It started off new and colorful, full of excitement and joy (and also blast processing). It was a refreshing change, which brought the SEGA brand into a fierce competition with Nintendo, taking major market share from the once dominant N. The edgy hedgehog was […]
NBA Playgrounds is a bold attempt at bringing back the long forgotten genre of fast paced, 2 on 2 basketball. Trying its absolute best to step into arcade style sports genre and compete with juggernauts like NBA Jam, it took a backcourt hail mary by trying to maintain arcade style gameplay while also introducing a […]
If you’ve seen any advertising for the Nintendo Switch, then you know the company is pushing local co-op play hard, and they should be! Don’t get me wrong, online co-op is fun and all, but I miss the days of having a group of friends under the same roof battling it out in Halo or […]
First off, I want to make note: I apologize for the time it took me to get this article from brain to internet. This was meant to be a Christmas piece in line with the game’s theme. A lot of things happen in life and the release of this game ened up being a strange […]
If you’re the type of gamer who needs your hand held and a long weaving story, then ABZÛ probably isn’t for you. If, on the other hand, you’re looking for a bite sized adventure that provides a serene experience, ABZÛ comes as an easy recommendation. I remember seeing the reveal at E3 a few years […]
Telltale Games are an acquired taste. When LucasArts laid off a large piece of their staff, including most of their team dedicated to adventure games, those same fellows banded together to form a new studio and search for a revival in the adventure game genre. They saw just that with their resurrection of the comical […]