Two gods, one epic showdown. With the PlayStation 4 exclusive God of War being hailed for its incredible narrative, and Thor's journey continues both in the comics and in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, now is the perfect time to see these two powerhouses go head to head. Thanks to his fanmade "God of War vs God of Thunder" video, we get to witness this epic feat firsthand. … [Read more...] about Kratos and Thor Go Head to Head In This Epic ‘God of War vs God of Thunder’ Video
Short term vs long term investments
Like Cifaldi, video game historian Carly A. Kocurek believes that "ephemera like magazines, flyers, promotional merchandise are profoundly important... A lot of my work is going through tens of thousands of pages of magazines. It's extremely glamorous, I assure you." Kocurek is an associate professor of digital humanities and media studies at Illinois Tech, and author of the book Coin-Operated Americans: Rebooting Boyhood at the Video Game Arcade. A key argument of the book is that the gendering of video games as a masculine pursuit was never inevitable, but was shaped by young boys' greater access to public gaming in arcades, the association of video games with competitive male-dominated sports, and the idea that technological skill was a male attribute. I wondered if the hype surrounding the auction of the Nintendo PlayStation, itself a public game for the prize of influencing video game history, reflected the techno-masculine competitiveness discussed in Kocurek's book. "On the one … [Read more...] about Who gets to write video game history?
"I think there’s going to be some major consequences just in talking on the radio with this person," McDermitt previously told TV Insider of Eugene's radio correspondence that was, until recently, his most well-kept secret. "He's making some decisions that could severely alter everyone's way of life, and I don't know that that's solely his decision to make. There could be some life and death consequences based on those decisions he's making. Everyone's got a different opinion about how to do things, so it'll be interesting to see how these conversations that he's going to keep secret as long as he can, how they impact everyone else's way of life." … [Read more...] about The Walking Dead: King Ezekiel and Jerry Trade Teary Goodbyes in “Look at the Flowers” Clip
Now, it's worth pointing out that the demo has actually been downloaded much more than 2,228,615 times. This figure only represents players who opted-in for Capcom to track their data at the start of the demo. And when you consider most people don't opt-in for such tracking, the demo download figures are likely much higher. … [Read more...] about ‘Resident Evil 2’ Demo Passes 2 Million Downloads
Resident Evil 3’s new demo which is available everywhere now only has one safe in it to crack open, but it’s got a worthwhile prize inside if you know how to unlock it. Inside of the safe found in the short but tense demo is an attachment for your handgun, the primary weapon you’ll be using to fend off zombies throughout the preview. The attachment is a dot sight which should improve your aim when landing those much-needed headshots, so if you want to be as equipped as possible in the demo, you’re going to need to know how to open that safe. … [Read more...] about Resident Evil 3 Demo: How to Open the Safe