Adeki takes a ride on the Lusipurr.com funded Reetin-mobile and goes up into the skies in desperate search of electricity to power his internet connection. While airborne, Adeki found three games that take place above ground. Read on to learn more!
Adeki adorns his ornamental top hat and grows a luxurious beard in order to experience the life of former President Abraham Lincoln. Which video game best interpreted Abraham Lincoln as not just a President, but as a person? Read on to cast your opinion!
Adeki embraces Japanese customs and emerges himself into Yandere County, travelling as a nomad to explore the term Yandere and how he can tie it back to video games. Can video games be just as…interesting as anime and manga? Duh. But read this anyway!
What is worse than the taste of orange juice just after one has brushed their teeth? Why, the final episode of the Bioshock: Infinite saga, of course!
Bioshock developer closes its doors for good, Japanese sales of Donkey Kong Country: Tropical freeze suffer due to low install base, and Xbone’s ESRAM not to blame for 720p insists Harrison in the news of the week!
This week Mel makes a list article about his most memorable games of the year. Though not necessarily the best games of the year, these stood out to him above all the rest that he played for one reason or another. Give a click and see which games made it.
This week Mel is not talking about that terrible film, he is discussing his responses to avatars, or player characters, as they are portrayed in different games. How do differing methods of designing such a character impact those responses to the games?
This week Tim completes his journey with the History hat, placing the cursed thing back into the luggage in the end. Furthermore, the potential for tangential learning in video games is reaffirmed, along with the immortality of certain stereotypes.
This week, Tim takes a break from Bioshock Infinite to talk about playing Bioshock Infinite. In one stunning moment, Infinite establishes itself as having a solid historical research team and gives Tim an opportunity to talk about the Irish Ape.
This week Tim writes from a closet, expressing deep secrets and desires that he has kept hidden during his short duration with Lusipurr.com. How could he possibly believe mass-market games are good and, more importantly, will he ever leave the closet?