Mages have a long history with video games. They are sometimes cast as villains and other times as members of the party. So, what makes magic fun? I had the chance to play Mages of Mystralia and now, I feel, that the question can finally be answered.
Since the release of Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy movie in 2014, the lesser known comic series has become a household name that has children and grown adults around the world saying “I AM GROOT.” The main character of the modern adaptation of Guardians of the Galaxy, Peter “Star-Lord” Quill, is a child of the Earth’s 1980’s; because of this, the music ...[Read More]
Video games remain one of the most unique opportunities to tell a story, in ways that no other medium can. Playing in an interactive world has so many chances to connect to the player in front of the screen and developers all over the world have been experimenting to find new ways to share their ideas. Empathy is one of these attempts, a first-person narrative about solving the mysteries of once f...[Read More]
It’s been a little over a week since I finished my playthrough of Paper Seven’s Blackwood Crossing and I am still not okay. I apologize to my editors now, because a standard review of this game won’t do it justice. If I laid out all the technical aspects of Blackwood Crossing and scored based on our typical review guidelines, it would score lower than I want it to. So, to my editors and readers, p...[Read More]
Several years ago, I was tasked with trawling forums to find interesting projects to bring to light. One of those projects was Ama’s Lullaby, an adventure RPG with turn-based combat that was in the very early stages of development. Not long after, developer Marc Chevallereau of Mercy Ground Creations decided to take the game in a different direction, but you can view the previous version her...[Read More]
Hello, fellow digidestined! Have you been wondering what is going on with the announced earlier this year Digimon Adventure tri? Well, surprise surprise! It premieres tomorrow night! Not only that, but it is premiering in 400 theaters around the United States! Quick, check out the trailer below, then check to see if a theater near you is premiering it!
Back on the PlayStation 2, we couldn’t get enough of adventurous platforming games, ones that defined what adventure could be introduced with the right development team. Even stuff that didn’t quite measure up to, say, Crash Bandicoot or Spyro the Dragon, like Vexx and Klonoa 2: Lunatea’s Veil, did its part in fulfilling different journeys for players looking for them.
2K Studios has finally released the hardware specs for Mafia III, the highly anticipated action-adventure releasing on October 7th. Will you be prepared to help Lincoln Clay wreak havoc on New Bordeaux’s Italian Mafia, and help him avenge the deaths of his friends?
Everyone loves a good mob story. 2K has announced their post-release content for the much-anticipated third-person action adventure Mafia III.
Daedalic Entertainment‘s new adventure indie game, Silence, has finally received a release date, so that players will be able to join in the adventures of Noah, his sister Renie, and all of the characters encountered along the way.
Infographics, formerly the shorthand for PowerPoint presentations, have invaded everything from informative articles to comedy websites. Interpretation can be a pain without an accurate accompanying explanation, and those aren’t always provided. Metrico+, by Digital Dreams, takes that tendency and runs with it (literally), turning a mystery of infographic interpretation into a puzzle platfor...[Read More]