Don’t Let Your Old Games Gather Dust!

It happens to every gamer: video games eventually are left alone, only to serve as dust collectors. It’s not that those games lose value to the gamer; it’s just that after you finish a game, or it proves to be too difficult (or too boring, as the case may be), you tend to lose interest. […]

Do You Know the 10 Urban Myths of Gaming?

Urban myths come aplenty, from crocodiles living in the sewer to human meat found in a McDonald’s meat factory, but did you know that there are also urban myths of gaming? I suppose we were all told at some point in our lives about certain “facts” about some of our favorite games and characters. Some […]

My Favorite Video Games of All Time

Video games have come a long way since the 70s. Today, life-like graphics and soundtracks keep gamers mesmerized in virtual worlds for hours. Game-playing enthusiasts choose from hundreds of titles spanning numerous genres. Companies continually introduce new and improved consoles and platforms on which one can play. Of all the games created in the previous […]

Putting Meta in Gaming: Mobile Games for Those Who Can’t Do Just One Thing at a Time

The idea for this post came to me when I realized that, many times, I would be watching something on TV and playing on the iPad at the same time. (Okay, it was pointed out to me.) It was not long before I also realized that what I was watching sometimes influenced the game I […]

Great Games You Can Play on Your Ultrabook

Gaming has reached new heights these days, with the average Jane and Joe even running the risk of being labeled as a gaming addict. With the proliferation of tablets and mobile game developers taking advantage of this, it really is no surprise that everyone has gotten into gaming. While playing games on your tablet or […]

Feast Your Eyes on the First Stage of Super Mario 64 LEGO

Released for the Nintendo 64 in 1996, Super Mario 64 is a 3D action-adventure game that has captured the hearts of many a gamer. The first stage, in particular, has become such an iconic stage, and every Mario lover will know it by heart. Mario lover and LEGO savant Pepa Quin put together these two […]

Sega CD ‘Classic’ Night Trap Making a Comeback on Kickstarter…Looks Like A Disaster Already

Aaah the Sega CD, an add-on for the Sega Genesis released in 1992 when CDs were just becoming mainstream and gamers were wowed by ground breaking functions such as ‘full motion video’ (or FMV) except there wasn’t anything that ‘full’ about it as the movie sections were shrunk down into a tiny box. Sega also […]

Walk Down Memory Lane With These Retro Battlestations

Did you know that video games were invented way back in 1958? We can thank Willy Higinbotham, a physicist no less, who created a video game played on an oscilloscope! It was like a pingpong game, so you can imagine how that went. Needless to say, video games have evolved into so much more, especially […]

The Greatest Gamer Fears

Hi, my name is Noemi. I’m an Injustice: Gods Among Us addict. My greatest “fear” is that the servers go offline, and I can’t get my battle rating up for the week’s tournament. If you don’t think that’s silly at all, then you probably spend quite some time gaming yourself; and if that is the […]

8-Bit Avengers Video Game!

The Avengers in 8-bit. That general topic is not new. We’ve seen The Avengers in 8-bit before, but what if there was an 8-bit Avengers video game??? I know many of you would play that in a heartbeat, but unfortunately, no one has gotten around to developing that kind of awesomeness yet; at least not […]