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Video games based on the universe created by H.P. Lovecraft have come and gone over the years, with surprisingly few of them hitting the mark. Surprisingly, most of the successes, like Eternal Darkness, were not direct interpretations, but more loosely

It was on the second day of May in the year 2012 when Rebellion Developments put both Activision and Electronic Arts on notice. Up until that point, the likes of Call of Duty and Battlefield were seen as the premier

Nostalgia can be a double-edged sword. On one hand, experiencing a video game similar to one you loved as a child can bring a lot of warmhearted memories of simpler times and merriment. However, it also can show you how

Alongside Sonic the Hedgehog, ToeJam & Earl were seen as SEGA's golden boys back in the 90s. With their debut title in 1991 and its Panic on Funkotron sequel two years later, the slick alien duo brought big beats and

"A wise man will climb Mt. Fuji once; a fool will climb Mt. Fuji twice." - Japanese Proverb Mountain climbing can be a strenuous hobby. I've hiked up quite a few mighty hills and a handful of mountains in the New

I remember watching MXC: Most Extreme Elimination back in the day, wishing that it could one day be given the chance at being a video game. Although many a game show that ripped off MXC and its original Takeshi's Castle

As a kid, I loved arcade racing games. Granted, I was never the best at them, but the thrill of sitting in a car or on a bike-shaped peripheral made me yearn for a taste of speed. The likes of

Jackbox Games has been putting out some quality party games for some time now. I would eve go as far as to say that they revolutionized the party video game genre with the release of the original Fibbage. After several

Doing licensed racing games can be hit-or-miss, and unfortunately most of the time it's very much a miss situation. The likes of South Park, Garfield, Shrek, and even Disney have almost always failed to bring in the same kind of

The atrocities of World War II are one too many to name, but from within the darkness comes the light of the heroes that rise to the occasion. Teaching such history can be very complicated, especially when conveying the horrors