Back in October 2009, 2K Games released Borderlands, a game developed by Gearbox Software, and one of their most outrageously successful games to date. In the time since then, my fellow vault hunters and I have cheerfully dished out damage to over 10 million creatures, expending at least 5 billion rounds of ammo using close [...] . . . → Read More: Borderlands 2 – Handsome Jack Trailer
In case you missed it with the holiday, Amplitude Studios and Iceberg Interactive announced the launch of their 4X (eXplore, eXpand, eXploit, eXterminate) sci-fi strategy game, Endless Space, for Windows PC on July 4. Today, we're sharing an exciting look into the game's robust sci-fi universe with the official launch trailer, titled “Exterminate all Resistance”. . . . → Read More: VIDEO: Endless Space Launch Trailer
Resident Evil is arguably one of, if not the best action/adventure/horror series in the history of video games. The series has ranged from the first Playstation and Playstation 2, to the Sega consoles, to the Nintendo 64 and Wii, and to modern day gaming consoles like the PS3, Xbox 360, and PC. Resident Evil 4 [...] . . . → Read More: TGR’s Resident Resident Evil Fan Presents…
Video games are a curious beast. Their virtual worlds present us with rule sets drawn from reality yet they often use incredible settings to provide new and exciting experiences. Some imagine high fantasy or sci-fi, others attempt reality accurately, and many have a calculated mixture of both. In order to do all of this, designers [...] . . . → Read More: Top Ten Gaming Cliches
Over the past few years, one media darling has risen up to conquer all in entertainment: the lovable zombie. Whether in books, comics, movies, televisions, or something the kids call ‘video games’, it’s fairly obvious reanimated corpses are a hot commodity. The zombie revival has been welcome by most, but been entirely annoying to those [...] . . . → Read More: The Perfect Zombie Game: WoW Meets The Sims?
Fairy tales, or folklore, are sometimes invoked for a game’s level or for one of its characters. Their being used as the entire influence for or feel of a game is a much rarer occurrence, at least in high quality titles. When it comes to games, classic children’s tales are most prevalent in the budget [...] . . . → Read More: Fairy Tales and Video Games