It has been 30 years since Hideo Kojima released Metal Gear and redefined gaming forever.
Spec Ops: The Line may have been a generic looking shooter but its story raised the bar for gaming. Five years later, it story is being ranked along side Metal Gear Solid 3 and The Last of Us.
As Call of Duty begins to go back to its roots, Weekend Replay looks back at the last time the series was set in World War II.
A look back at the legacy of Soldier of Fortune II: Double Helix for the PC.
A look back at how Wolfenstein created the shooter genre, introduced gamers to their love of killing Nazi’s and how it continues to influence the genre.
A reflection of the last WonderCon in the Bay Area from someone going to a con for the first time.
24: The Game brings the story of Jack Bauer and the CTU team to the PS2. Despite its flaws, it successfully captured the aesthetics of the show to create an experience true to its source material.
Dirty Harry was released 45 years ago on December 22. The film was a byproduct of the era while reflecting on the public’s demand for law and order.
Looking back at why Die Hard Arcade was the best video game adaptation of the iconic Christmas film.
Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty was the most highly anticipated game of 2001 but it ended up becoming one of the most polarizing titles of all time.
The final installment of Horror Game Icon looks back at a game that has defined the genre despite only being a demo.
As the season of fear continues, the fourth installment of Horror Game Icon looks back on the 2004 game, The Suffering.
2001 was the year that gaming culture was changed forever and one of the biggest driving force of this change was the release of Grand Theft Auto III.
A look at how Dino Crisis 2 set the foundation for action horror games.
The third installment of Horror Game Icon looks at the game that returned the Alien franchise back to the horror roots established by Sir. Ridley Scott.