Adeki takes a joy-ride in the TARDIS to explore the world of gaming in 1991. Was it as fun as the tv shows made it out to be? Or was it a desolate wasteland devoid of all happiness? Read on to find out!
Adeki hops in a car with an older man and fancy gull-wing doors only to later find himself within the year of 1990! Did video games even exist back then? And if so, what were they like? Read on to find out!
RTS games are not only a very popular genre on the PC, but they are one of the most lucrative from a revenue standpoint as well. I explore the most successful of these, as well as their origins, this week.
Long before Mario captured our hearts as the star of an endless runner on mobile devices, he was featured in games and educational software that were not made by Nintendo at all! We explore this shocking subject this week.
Adeki accepts the nearest $5 given to him by a strange man in a trenchcoat who might be two schoolboys standing on top of each other. Either way, this editorial tackles video games sold out to corporate branding. What happens next? Read on to find out!
There can really be only one question when we talk about Final Fantasy: which female character is your favorite? This week we tackle that most important subject, head on.
Reading about the people behind the hardware and software that make up the last fifty years of gaming history is a rewarding process, and can immediately transform any fan of gaming into a student of this fantastic subject as well.
Adeki takes a brief rest from his marathon of Persona 5 in order to make sure his weekly editorial is hot off the presses bright and early. Ever wonder what high school is like in video games? Be sure to check out this editorial!
Some legacy games are truly deserving of legendary status. Will this week’s roundup include your new favorite old game? Read the article to find out!
Adeki decides to instigate a battle between RPGs in order to find out which one has the most unique battle system. Which begs the question: if a game has a unique battle system, does that immediately make it good? No, but read on anyway!