I remember it well. It was the year 2000, and I had just grabbed Pokémon Stadium for the Nintendo 64 on Day One at my local K.B. Toy Works. Running to my console, Plugging in the Game Boy adapter to

If there's one thing I learned from Handsome Jack, it's that being an asshole is loads of fun in the gaming world. Sure, things may blow up in your face in the end, but the ride you went on with

Trading card games were kind of my thing when I was growing up. I dabbled in Magic: The Gathering and even managed to get creamed in a few Pokémon tournaments. It wasn’t until I tried out the Yu-Gi-Oh! card game

Space travel for the average joe is within our generation's grasp, with the likes of Richard Branson and NASA working hard to implement such a wondrous way to fly for everyone to enjoy. Perhaps a tale of caution when it

Legacy can be a difficult thing to deal with when a video game series hasn't been around in a very long time. The Odd Gentlemen stepped into the ring with the monumental task of bringing the King's Quest series back after a very long break. I'm pleased to report that they've knocked it out of the proverbial park with King's Quest: A Knight to Remember. Sporting a gorgeous art-style, a lovable cast of characters, stunning music and a lot of heart, this game is the return to form that the King's Quest series deserves.

The deeper I get into Telltale's Game of Thrones adaptation, the more I'm convinced I'm being set up for disaster. Just when I thought that House Forrester finally had an upper hand -- after spending the majority of the time