Smart phones may be a big market, but they are nowhere close to bringing down Nintendo and Sony’s handheld consoles.
Alright Level-5 this time we wanna see what you have behind those Japanese borders! Continue Reading
Scott Pilgrim vs. The World is one of the best side scrolling beat-em ups that has been released this generation, it stands up to modern indies in the same genre such as Castle Crashers and Shank or classics like Double Dragon and Streets of Rage. But why is it getting DLC that was scheduled to be released almost a year ago when the game released all the way back in fall 2010? Continue Reading
It’s the final countdown!
Come on down ‘n’ git yer fix of vidya game music!
It’s time for another group of jams to bust through yo sound systems. Continue Reading
A game can be determined a “masterpiece” by many things but one of the greatest things is not visible. Music can create every emotion ranging from happiness, sadness, fear and anger. It is also one of the strongest pieces of a game as it helps create the world that you are immersing yourself in. There are hundreds of moments that are increased by twenty times because of a bellowing horn or a catchy electronic tune. Some of these songs recall back to the days of 8 or 16-bit while others are great in their own right. These songs are all great in my personal opinion and have made gaming in the past year an incredible experience for me. Continue Reading
Local multiplayer is a genre that most developers seem to forget these days, while there are games such as Borderlands and Halo, there aren’t any casual friendly multiplayer games that anyone can jump in and out of without becoming attached. Continue Reading
This is actually really easy to answer because when I first read this the only thing I could think was the Mass Effect trilogy.
There are many games close to my heart (Age of Empires was my first ever video game, and Age of Empires II: Age of Kings remains my favorite RTS, while Legend of Legaia was the first ever RPG I played and fuck if I don’t miss and love that game), but Mass Effect really struck a chord within me.
Grab a chair and a drink, folks, DT is going to get wordy. Continue Reading