Tom Clancy’s The Division brings us an online open world experience complete with an in depth role-playing third-person shooter. Developed and published by Ubisoft, we see game play style similar to that of the of previous Tom Clancy titles. A mixture of RPG shooters such as Borderlands, meets a cover system similar to the likes of Gears … More Tom Clancy’s: The Division
I like to buy video games with money. I will let huge shock sink in for a moment….Not only do I like to buy games, I like to have them on a bookshelf for display once I am done with them. It’s a part of why there is a certain aspect of buying games these … More THE CASE FOR CASES
In more recent years, games have taken a more social aspect in their design. I’m of course referring to online multiplayer; the bug that’s currently biting its way through the gaming world. However, single Player seems to be taking a backseat in this. So this article will discuss the question many of us dread and … More Is Multiplayer The Death Of Singleplayer?
I have been a fan of Conan for quite some time now, dating as far back as when he was doing Late Night on NBC. I have always enjoyed his bits in particular, simply because they were a little more out there and took some risks. One particular recurring bit he has been doing is … More CONAN O’BRIEN: HELL’S CLUELESS GATEKEEPER
This week the internet has been in a bit a flutter over the announcement of a new Pokémon spin-off game. This new title, Detective Pikachu, is about Pikachu…being a detective. On the surface it sounds like just another cutesy Pokémon title. However, that’s not what got the internet in an uproar over it. In … More IT’S ALWAYS SUNNY IN PALLET TOWN
As I sit here, having baseball withdrawals, being excited about what 2016 will bring the Boston Red Sox, I was in a discussion with some of the other members of Gamers Pantheon on what was the best RPG, and I jokingly said “MLB The Show.” However, the more I think about this, the more I … More MLB The Show: A Good RPG?
This classic Japanese side-scrolling action game came swinging in with it’s Kickstarter. Staring Keiji Inafune and a team of veteran developers from the Mega Man franchise, the goal of $900,000 was met with an astounding 67,226 backers pledging $3,846,170 at the time of this article. Almost 4.5 times the amount required to produce this game and … More A Mighty Big Disappointment for Mighty No. 9 Fans
David Gaider has announced some overwhelming news for BioWare and it’s team via Twitter earlier today- Gaider, a writer and game designer from Canada, has been working for the Edmonton, Alberta located game developing company called BioWare since 1999, a whooping 17 years, working on giant hits such as Baldur’s Gate II, Star Wars: … More David Gaider announces leave from BioWare
My thoughts on art and the gravity of importance within video games is never ending. The correlation between the two, the love child created by both is shown to us on a daily basis with what we are seeing being performed on next generation consoles. The concepts down to the story board literally draws the … More Art within Gaming Part 1
Post apocalyptic pastime….By: Games Archeologists For: Gamers Pantheon With Fallout 4 and its release, many gamers are ready to take another journey through a post apocalyptic wasteland. There have been many games and books that are set in this universe and are wildly popular. What is it that makes games such as the Fallout & … More Post apocalyptic pastime…