If you weren't able to pick something up for your video game-loving dad today, just forward them Dorkly's Father's Day comic. It really says it all.
It's easy to correct someone. Especially if the topic at hand is something you're knowledgeable and passionate about, it's almost instinctive. A snap reaction. But it can be just as easy to let glaring errors slide and focus on the positive: that maybe this person committing the ultimate gamer faux pas is actually…
There are plenty of legitimate reasons to feel that being a PC gamer is more advantageous to your hobby. There are also valid statements made about being a console gamer.
We've all learned by now to be at least a little more careful with what information we're putting out on the Internet and where. But that doesn't mean we all share the same opinions on how we feel about the definition of that privacy growing looser.
Step one: be you.
Oh, sure, many of us would love to see Game Freak try for a more mature Pokemon, just to see what it's like. But could it even work? Or would it just seem ridiculous to take the elements of Pokemon and try to make them dark?
Even though it's rare for me to go into a Gamestop nowadays thanks to digital downloads and online stores, this funny compendium of characters you'll likely see at the store by Dorkly seems spot-on, no?
Come Steam sale time, all logic goes out the window.
Back in 2003, Saya no Uta — The Song of Saya was released in Japan. It became known as one of the most messed-up games ever released. Earlier this month—nearly a decade after the Japanese release—it got its first official Western release. But that's not the first time that the franchise has reached Western shores.
Yesterday saw the release of Kingdom Hearts 1.5 HD Remix in Japan. And as I plunged into the graphically remastered Disney/Square-Enix crossover, I couldn't help but think about the one thing the franchise needs more than anything else: more Scrooge McDuck.
Earlier this year a visit to Epic Games in North Carolina inspired me to forever etch a combat-ready green rabbit on my person. The art I used as reference for the vibrant tattoo was created by independent animator turned game developer Don Dodrill, the man behind the unbelievable 2009 XNA Dream Build Play competition…
Remember back to 2010, dear readers, and you may remember a cute little comic about Link and Epona by British writer and artist Louis Roskosch.
Famed artist, film maker and comic book writer Frank Miller is just saying when he believes everyone is thinking when he tells the Occupy movement to "go back to your mommas' basements and play with your Lords Of Warcraft."
I've never been a game tester, not by choice, but reviewer is often one step up from that front line in the war against game-killing bugs.
Comic book worlds collide next year, as The LEGO Group announces a pair of deals that bring DC Comics' finest and the forces of the Marvel Universe under the banner of LEGO Super Heroes. Can new LEGO games be far behind?