Call of Duty: Warzone — 5 tips to help you survive this battle royale

Call of Duty: Warzone is not just one of many other battle royales where you can hop in and learn as you progress. We never said this isn’t possible, but it will give you many frustrating moments. You get to lose interest in a game you had so much excitement about playing in the long run. Well, we don’t want that to happen. We’ve put … Continue reading Call of Duty: Warzone — 5 tips to help you survive this battle royale

Madden NFL 22: Is It What We Expected?

Another year, another Madden NFL release promises to change the way we interact with sports games and bring us the latest technological advancements in the gaming world. But did EA deliver that magic considering that they are on a downward trend with their recent NFL games? Madden 22 was released on August 20 this year and since then millions of fans have been playing this … Continue reading Madden NFL 22: Is It What We Expected?

Old-School Gaming with Retro Riches

With so much incredible technology attaching to every aspect of our working and social lives, it’s perhaps not too much of a surprise that sometimes we just want to enjoy something a little… old-fashioned. Take computer and console games as a fine example. Software and hardware, combined with lightning-fast internet speeds (usually!), have led to the most amazingly lifelike games. No longer do you need … Continue reading Old-School Gaming with Retro Riches

Gelatinous: Humanity Lost – Game Boy is getting yet another solid-looking game

2021 is looking like the Year of the Game Boy The past year has seen the announcement and release of a TON of newly-released games for the old-but-still-sexy Game Boy. (We’ve covered a few of them right here.) This Game Boy Revival is probably just a phase (like Ska lmao), but it’s been nice to see such a timeless handheld console prominently in the spotlight. … Continue reading Gelatinous: Humanity Lost – Game Boy is getting yet another solid-looking game

The State of the Video Gaming Industry

Video games have been providing amusement for both children and adults for decades. They’ve come a long way since the early days of computer games and the original Nintendo and Atari consoles. Video games have gotten more lifelike than ever before, with pixelated graphics and restricted acoustics becoming a distant past. Video games improve in tandem with technological advancements. Immense growth is currently being witnessed … Continue reading The State of the Video Gaming Industry

Successfully Speedrunning Resident Evil: Village

If you’re going to speedrun Resident Evil Village, then there are a few crucial tips you’re going to have to keep in mind. Fortunately for you, I’ve done the grunt work of testing these methods in-game so that I can inform you about them in the most efficient way possible. Keep in mind that before we get into the good stuff, from here on out … Continue reading Successfully Speedrunning Resident Evil: Village

The Best Movie-Themed Games

Games and movies have a long and storied history together. Ever since video games became widely available, major movie franchises would influence some of the titles that were released, with many being direct tie-ins to certain films. Offering a video game experience of a popular movie is a singular opportunity; fans of the film will jump at the chance to play out events of the … Continue reading The Best Movie-Themed Games

How to Connect Nintendo Switch to a TV

Game lovers worldwide always wait for innovations the companies come up with to enhance their gaming experience. Be it Playstation or Nintendo, gamers always rejoice with the better devices and technologies. One such switch was the “Nintendo Switch” that can help to bring your game consoles to your TV, much like PS5. The Switch helps you enjoy your game a little extra as it is … Continue reading How to Connect Nintendo Switch to a TV

Affordable Alternatives to Overrated (Overpriced) SNES Games

I’m not sure there’s any more divisive statement in the retro game collecting community than “This is the MOST OVERRATED SNES game (or insert whatever console you want to fight about) ever!” Of course, we’re all entitled to our little opinions. But let’s face it: When you’re dealing with retro collectors, pretty much any absolute statement is a prime target for a big fat “ackchyually” … Continue reading Affordable Alternatives to Overrated (Overpriced) SNES Games

Isn’t it time you grew up and stopped playing games? 

This is the question I asked myself at the age of 25, I’d finished university, I was in a relationship, just bought my first house and moved out of the parental home, it was time to grow up and stop playing video games, the year was 2000 and I’d just thrown a Commodore Amiga into a skip. Playing is what children do, adults don’t play, … Continue reading Isn’t it time you grew up and stopped playing games?