A significant part of my teenage years were spent playing Perfect Dark for the Nintendo 64. It was the cause for many an all-nighter with friends, where we would make..
By Josh Snyder If there is a running theme throughout this series on the F.E.A.R. trilogy (Part I, Part II), it is that each game is a reflection of the..
By Josh Snyder The evolution of the first-person shooter (FPS) genre is one filled with controversy. For years, FPS gaming was limited to the PC, thanks largely to the input..
By Josh Snyder Editor’s note – this is part one in a series on the Far Cry franchise. To read part two, click here. Video game franchises are an odd..
By Josh Snyder Reviewing or judging a video game is not only a subjective task, but a daunting one. With so much to consider, from which game to play to..
by Bill Henning In 1996, my exposure to video games was limited; at my home we had a computer that had Battle Chess, Chuck Yeager’s Advanced Flight Trainer, Teenage Mutant..
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