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Growing up, I never had a powerful PC, so the majority of my multiplayer gaming took place on a couch next to my friends. In those days of Mario Kart 64 and Goldeneye, a split screen meant that every player's

It's not easy this day to be elected into office. You try to be the good guy, say the right things, and make fine promises that you can not only keep, but will be beneficial for people in the long

Tab 1 Tab 2 Tab 3 First tab content pane. Second tab content pane. Third tab content pane. Puzzle-platforming games tend to go one of two ways with their mechanics: Quantity or quality. A Boy and His Blob certainly meets the conditions for quantity, but

Telltale games have always been set in familiar universes and often featured appearance by familiar characters. The Walking Dead: Michonne - A Telltale Miniseries however, creates a new kind of landmark by being the first to cast the player in

Trucking simulators have never really appealed to me. The concept of taking goods from one place to another in a video game doesn't exactly scream excitement and sounds more like work than play. Little did I know, all that was

I spent a good eight hours exploring through Ubisoft’s closed beta of their upcoming action RPG shooter MMO, Tom Clancy’s The Division. I really didn’t know a lot about this game going into the beta, but I now have a really good idea of what the game is going to be and that I definitely want to play it.

It goes without saying that Minecraft: Story Mode has been the weakest series Telltale Games has delivered. We can't expect everything a developer churns out to be golden; hell, even Nintendo has had a stinker here and there. Nevertheless it

One of the most common pitfalls when games are episodic is stagnation. Sometimes just a new bit of story isn't quite enough to separate it from the other episodes. The Odd Gentlemen have provided an excellent example of how to

Local multiplayer can be a tricky thing to set up with a group of friends. With things like a lack of controllers and inexperience holding some players back, the fun of playing games with your friends in the room has

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