Tag: art

  • Hall of Fame: Revisited – Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

    Hall of Fame: Revisited – Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

    After six years — Terry Randolph finally played Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. See what his thoughts are, as well as if he feels it’s still a Hall of Fame game.

  • Jackbox Party Pack 4 Review

    Jackbox Party Pack 4 Review

    Release Date: October 17th, 2017 Rated: T for Teen Developer: Jackbox Games, Inc. Producer: Jackbox Games, Inc. Genre: Mini Games Platform: Xbox One (played and reviewed), Playstation 4, PC, Android TV and Apple TV (4th Generation or Later) There is something to be said about the allure and entertainment that party games provide. On a basic level, the array…

  • INSIDE – Review

    INSIDE – Review

    Release Date: June 29, 2016 Developer: Playdead Games Publisher: Playdead Games Genre: Single Player, Adventure, Platformer System: Xbox One (Reviewed), Playstation 4, Microsoft Windows I remember back when Limbo came out, I was a little hesitant to buy into the intrigue. After all, as evidenced by games like No Man’s Sky, the hype can often…

  • Video Games: Art you can be bad at.

    “Video games are the only form of art which you can be bad at experiencing.”   A friend repeated those words to me a couple days ago, echoing a popular statement among game developers, game journalists and those who love the www.casinodames.com games, comedians and grumpy people who hate Ninja Gaiden everywhere. They represent a…

  • The Multiplayer Effect

    How its influenced console gaming and the consequences of it by Terry Randolph and Chris Medrano Multiplayer has made a huge impact on console gaming over the years; whereas a stellar single-player campaign would be the focus of a game, multiplayer seems to have taken priority. Initially, it was hard to argue the benefits multiplayer…