Whether you’re slashing through hordes of enemies with a sword or gunning down waves of mutated zombies with a machine gun, it’s all part of the grind.
Video games and mods have gone hand and hand since conception. Players have always wanted to find backdoors and spread their own creativity into the games they love so much.
As soon as I heard Adi Shankar was creating an animated series based on the beloved Castlevania franchise, I was tuned in and ready to go.
Awaiting the release of Jump Force, a fighting game one can only hope and pray will become competitive, I thought it would be fun to review the announced character list.
One instance of what most would assume to be a harmless easter egg turned tragic. This is the story of Tyler Schultz.
Fallout 76 is not perfect. No Bethesda game is on release. With that being said, there are few bugs that have already been revealed that need to be resolved before the release date.
However, there’s always going to be those who pay no mind to what is needed to achieve victory but rather prioritize their own fulfillment of self-gratification. As done to death as this topic may be, here is my list of the top five worst players in Overwatch (in no particular order).
I don’t know about you, but growing up in the 80’s one of my favorite things to do was go to the arcade on the weekend. I decided to dig into my arcade memories and list 10 of my favorite arcade games from the 80’s.
Todd stands in front of his hotel’s bathroom mirror. He’s sweating profusely as he bonds his fake, blonde goatee onto his chin. This, doubled with his blonde, platinum-dyed hair makes him look completely different. He takes a deep breath as he begins…