How can you not love Steam? Look, I like Steam, but I'm just not that into it. Now GOG, on the other hand—it may not be perfect, but it's the one for me. I'll tell you why.
Do you feel like you're wasting time, money and your life playing games? Maybe it's a case of gamer burnout.
Here's why I think "Borderlands 2" GOTY might possibly be one of the biggest rip-offs I've come across lately.
Is "Shadow Warrior Classic Redux" all it's cracked up to be? Read on and find out if it's worth your money.
Which classics from this legendary decade in gaming should receive more love than they currently do?
You may have heard the terms "dumbed down", "console-like", "consolized", among others. What do they mean, and why should you care when it applies to video games?
Struggling to get old games working on your new hardware and operating system? This guide may help.
This is a review of "Wing Commander Saga," a fan-made game based in the "Wing Commander" universe.
What are some of the worst companies the video game industry has to offer? Here's several publishers, developers and even retailers who don't deserve your money.
A guide to playing UFO: Alien Invasion.
I take a look at "UFO: Alien Invasion," a freeware game inspired by the original X-Com title, "UFO: Enemy Unknown" aka "X-Com: UFO Defense."
What are some of the best PC game development studios from the present and the past? I list a few of my favourites.
Steam: it's loved the world over. But did you know that there are some people who don't share the same sentiment?
Read on to review of one of the biggest games released in 2009, "Borderlands."
A review of Diablo II Gold, which includes the Lord Of Destruction expansion. This title is often hailed as one of the best PC games ever made.
A look at The Dark Mod, a thief-inspired mod for Doom 3.
An article on hooded video game characters. Where they began and where to from there.
A retro review focusing on "Redneck Rampage."
"Thief: The Dark Project" was a game developed and released by Looking Glass Studios back in 1998.
This article covers "Brothers in Arms: Hell’s Highway", which is the third game in the "Brothers in Arms" series.
This is a retro review of "Doom," not the first FPS ever made, but certainly one of the most memorable.
The 1990s was an excellent time for gaming, with 1996 being a particularly good year for me for one reason: I got to play "Duke Nukem 3D." Now years later I take a look at this gaming gem.
Back in 1996, roughly a year and a half after the shareware version of the game was released, I happened to be at a friend’s house. They were raving about some game they called "ROTT". Here, I take a look at how the game has aged.