Summer can mean a few things: Frolicking in unbearable humidity until your skin is a festering wreck, or cuddling up next to the AC and binge-watching anime. No judgment here.
Hot dogs and hamburgers are great, and all. But wouldn’t a barbecue be even cooler with a comforting flask of estus soup, courtesy of Dark Souls 3?
My 13-year-old sister visited recently and the first thing she did was ask for the wireless password. So what? She's a forward thinking kid keeping up with the times. According to a new study, however, she's part of a larger trend.
Blockbuster video games rarely released during the summer. But scale is no measure of quality; and while not all are of AAA-proportions, we'll demonstrate that this summer's schedule could include some of the strangest and boldest titles of the year.
Science justifies the reclusive nature of hardcore gamers during these hot summer months, as a new study finds that people actively participating in beach-based activities are more likely to develop gastrointestinal problems, fever, and skin illness. Who's for beach volleyball?
Are you fired up for StarCraft II? Do you like novels good for beach reading? Do you have ready access to a supply of sand? You still have time to enter our sandcastle contest, which ends tonight!
When I was a kid, summer meant saving up my paperboy money for two things: Fireworks and video games.
Even if you owned a Nintendo 64 and loved playing Banjo Kazooie as I did, you may not think of Rare's bear-and-bird action game as a summer game. One wonderful part of it was.
I used to work for a guy who just didn't understand why there weren't any great surfing video games. I couldn't explain it. Does the world need one?
Growing up in the 70s in Maryland, there was nothing more rewarding than a trip to the beach. But it wasn't the sun, sand or the surf that attracted me, it was the boardwalk.
Summertime is more than beaches and barbecues. It's also when Hollywood releases some of its biggest motion pictures. Here's a look at the Hollywood's upcoming summer blockbusters, both good and bad.
The summer of gaming continues, and we're spending part of the week watching clips of the most summer-styled games. Today we've got surf and turf the hard way, courtesy of horrible NES class T&C Surf Designs Wood & Water Rage.
Don't forget about our sand castle contest, due by this Sunday, for your chance to win one of ten copies of the new StarCraft 2 novel, Heaven's Devils.
Three years ago someone built a solar-powered video game console. It was a novelty. You couldn't really say it was ahead of its time, because that assumes such a time will come.
In the summers of my school years I delivered flowers, taught karate and once had a lemonade stand. But I never had a video game summer job. If I did, maybe I'd have imitated 14-year-old Giovanni Holmes.
As we get in a summer gaming mood here, we're spending part of the week watching clips of the most summer-styled games. How about an 80's movie? Here's Epyx's 1984 hit, Summer Games for the Commodore 64.
As we get in a summer gaming mood here, let's spend part of the week watching clips of the most summer-styled games. Does it get any more summery than ridiculously attractive people playing volleyball on the beach?
Summer is a month old, but we like to think of the year's warmest season as two-thirds incomplete. With that, plan your new game purchases with our (belated) Summer Gaming Preview.
I don't know about you, but for me, being Australian, summer means only one thing: the beach. Golden sands, clear blue skies, a blinding sun. And no game captures the essence of this better than the Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker.