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!
With the recent release of an update to No Man’s Sky, Bup asks a question: should we even care? Should we look at the game again, or judge it solely on its original release? Do you even care?
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.
Adeki blows off a comically large pile of dust that was previously covering his Wii and decides that it has spent too much time sitting around and it needs to get a job. Will Adeki be able to get his Wii re-employed in a post-okra economy? Read on!
Adeki dons his off-brand Indianapolis Johnson hat and decides to venture into the caves to find video games that are not Steam. In a world where Steam seems to be a one-stop shop, what do other video game websites have to offer? Maybe lasagna? Read on!
Bup enacts his plan to finally finish Steam Greenlight and Lusipurr once and for all. Will he succeed or fail? Read the entire article to find out….
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.
Adeki bets it all on Jeb! and writes an editorial all about games that he believes Jeb Bush would appreciate due to their stylish titles. Are these games actually Jeb! worthy or are they as sad as Ted Cruz answering phones for Trump? Read on to find out!
Bup is almost ready to put his plan into motion. Soon Steam Greenlight and Lusipurr will fall. Or will it be Bup who fails? Find out next time in the exciting conclusion of Steam Greenlight Round-Up!
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.