Collecting consoles is not necessarily a bad thing, though it can be very expensive. But what if one collects consoles for the sake of collecting them alone? An unforgivable mess that lingers years after most of the hardware is gone.
With the upcoming release of the Nintendo Switch, and current lack of any Nintendo console in the retail channel, one might ask: how did Nintendo get here? The answer might just begin with a switch in strategy that culminated in the launch of the Wii U.
Chess was invented before the computer, but that has not stopped modern technology from embracing this ancient game, with many computer-powered incarnations, released on virtually every platform, over the years. We will explore a few today.
Sometimes words do not tell the entire story. Sometimes people have trouble reading certain words. In these cases, pictures really are worth a thousand bucks. Get ready to experience game worlds so vast, so vivid, that words would be superfluous.
Adventures extend beyond a genre of gaming, following us into the darkest recesses of our minds. Come what may, even in dream, we can not escape our destiny.
Reading is a skill best served in text-based form, with letters strung together to make words, sentences, and the other things that combine to create stories. If English is your language, and gaming your passion, get ready for the adventure of a lifetime.
We live in a high definition world, but many of our favorite games fall short of this graphical standard. Can anything be done, aside from waiting for these games to receive HD remakes? You might be pleasantly surprised!
Sony’s PlayStation brought us epic, multi-disc RPGs, but the technical limitations of the system resulted in games that do not look as good today. Conversely, SNES titles often look very good on modern displays, leading to this resolution exploration.
The mobile “gaming” industry can not content itself with original “content”, and have released several classic console games for the touch-obsessed, with predictably disastrous results.
Mobile “gaming” is eroding the once-great world of video games, and training a generation of players to expect little challenge, and constant reward. The worst part? It has become a multi-billion dollar industry and could destroy video games forever.