My love for monster films started when I was a child. It began for the most obvious of reasons – as an eight year old, I thought it was totally..
In 2015, Theory of Gaming published an article on the benefits of revisiting video games. The idea is that most games can change drastically when the player has mastered the..
Video games can take players on journeys to unexpected places, and the emotions they can evoke are often just as unpredictable. Very few could have predicted that the comedic elements..
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 Bill Henning In the modern era, the franchises that have acted as the cornerstones of the survival horror genre lack one major component – horror. Recent entries in popular..
By Josh Snyder In the 2001 film Waking Life, director Richard Linklater explores the nature of dreams and consciousness, often with a healthy dose of arm-chair philosophy. The film meanders..
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 Chris Francis, Bill Henning, Josh Snyder With the success of recent games such as Titanfall, and the popularity of franchises such as Call of Duty, the first-person shooter (FPS)..
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