In the wake of Resident Evil 4 (2023) I went back and played many older games from the series. In doing so, I am more convinced than ever Resident Evil 4 (2005) is lightning in a bottle, and the series has chased lightning ever since.
The Grand Bamboo Battle Charity Event Qualifier wrapped up Monday night, and yours truly attended. If you've ever wanted to compete yourself, or are just curious how it works, I'm here to demystify the process. How did it go, you ask? You may want to read the title again.
Koyorin is a freelance artist, fellow FFXIV junkie, and character designer for Haven. I recently stepped into Koyorin's world of color and chrome to ask about their career path, personal works, and favorite Hades weapons.
Life is Strange: Before The Storm is a masterclass in prequel storytelling. Like the average teenager, Before the Storm is a festering tempest of contradictions - beautiful and haunting, light and heavy, uplifting and crushing.
In a previous segment, we visited Beat 'Em Ups at their highest and most profitable point. This time, we're looking at how technological shifts took their toll on the genre, outright killed it, and then remade it into something new.
From the mid-eighties to the late-ninties, a single genre of Arcade game ate more quarters than any DDR or Metal Slug machine. Which genre, you might ask? That depends -- Are you a bad enough dude to read an entire article about the history of Beat 'Em Ups?
Sometimes an upbeat, memorable soundtrack is all a game really needs to succeed. Here are ten titles that offer fantastic experiences based on their soundtracks alone, regardless of the games themselves.