7 Games You Should Be Riding the Hype Train For in 2016

Posted by | Feature, PlayStation 4, Xbox One | No Comments

We’re barely into the new year, but I’m already super excited for the 2016 release lineup. Puzzle games, platformers, bold stylization, and Batman all have a special place in my heart, so I present to you here my completely biased list of games that you, like me, should be counting down the days to. I was especially glad to note that almost all of these games will be available on Xbox One, since I feel like its 2015 lineup was a bit lackluster. And look! Some of these will be available for Mac, too!

Without further ado, here is my countdown to my most anticipated game of 2016.

Read More

Broken Age cloud city

Tired of Matching Candy? Try Adventure Games Instead

Posted by | News | No Comments

Many people who don’t consider themselves gamers have dived right in to puzzle games. Games like Candy Crush Saga, Bejeweled, and Angry Birds are easy to play because they have a very low learning curve. There’s also not a lot of depth to them. If you’re blissfully happy playing puzzle games, that’s great. But if you’re looking for something new to spark your interest, adventure games might be the way to go. Read More

retro games

10 Retro Games to Play Together as a Family

Posted by | Feature, Opinion | One Comment

With all the new video games coming out every year, it can be easy to forget that there’s a rich history just waiting to be tapped into. Whether you’re talking Pong or The Sims, games have been bringing people together for decades. But it’s not always easy to get a hold of the highlights and lowlights from the olden days. Here’s a selection of the best retro games that are readily available. They’re best when played together, fun for all ages, and cost less than $10 via digital download stores like GOG, Steam, Nintendo’s eShop, or the PlayStation Network. Read More