Nioh takes a lot of liberty with its historical setting but still maintains a large cast of famous warlords, samurai, explorers, and ninja. Every one of them has a story. Here’s a quick primer on what history tells us about these individuals.
Sometimes, you just can’t win. Sisyphus is an absurdist game by George Prosser that recreates the well known Greek myth into a frustrating button masher. It’s this week’s Indie Pick.
It was 1992 and print was still alive and well with most people relying on monthly magazines for their gaming info. As a result, a joke about a secret Street Fighter character called Sheng Long spread world wide. 25 years later, it’s time we poured one out for all those tortured souls who went looking for him in vain.
A Natural History of the Fantastic is a book that takes a bunch of the world’s most popular monsters and mythical creatures—from trolls to imps to angels to mermaids—and shows us what they look like on the inside. It’s all very scientific, of course.
This past weekend in Japan was the 86th official Comic Market, better known as Comiket. You don't hold an event 86 times without some strange urban legends cropping up.
When Brian "Joram" Little was diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease, his friends—a group formed having played classic Bungie games Myth and Myth II—decided to get together and get him a present.
The Steam executable for Rockstar's Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne bears a striking resemblance to a no-CD hack released by now defunct piracy group Myth. Could it just be a coincidence?
What fruit will this new partnership between Bungie and Activision bear? Perhaps the answer to that question lies buried in the Halo developer's past games.