After playing Saya no Uta – The Song of Saya this past week, I’ve been thinking a lot about horror games. And when it comes to me personally, I have to accept that all my life I have been a complete wuss when it comes to the horror genre.
One Piece creator Eiichiro Oda, who is sidelined with an illness, sent out word to One Piece readers, apologizing for making people wait for the next issue. In the statement, he seemed in good spirits and really wanted folks to read the "new development" in the upcoming One Piece. Good to know!
Nerd rapper Adam Warrock has worked around the clock to bring you "MOCAPPED DAWGZ (NEXT GEN ISH)", a track partly about the Xbox One's reveal, but mostly about sticking white balls on man's best friend.
I've got a lot of toys and statues on my "good bookshelf", but I'm also a man with small kids, and who has normal people around to his house to visit. So no, I won't be buying this giant, hideous Resident Evil bust. Even though deep down I kind of want to.
There are very few artists working in video games who I'd label truly "top shelf" without a moment's hesitation. There's Craig Mullins. Sparth. Jaime Jones. Daniel Dociu. Oh, and today's subject, Jesse van Dijk.
The next Call of Duty game, Ghosts, will be the first to appear on an entirely new generation of hardware. Despite this, it's still built on an engine that's over ten years old, though the game's developers would like you to think otherwise.