PAX East is an amazing yearly convention that focuses on the amazing community of games: tabletop, PC, and of course all varieties of electronic gaming. PAX (Penny Arcade Expo) started as a smaller convention in Seattle before expanding to the East coast four years ago, and more recently to Australia. The convention continues to grow, and, …
PAX East 2011 came to a close this past sunday, three days of amazing gaming goodness. For those of you who don’t know, PAX is of course the Penny Arcade Expo, a convention that celebrates all avenues of gaming, from upcoming video games to D&D and card games. There are two, PAX Prime in Seattle, …
‘Grand Theft Auto IV’ was a release I’d been anticipating since I heard about it. The franchise as a whole had been something of an obsession since its first release. So we’re gonna take a look back at the history of the franchise.
It’s unfortunate, because for the second time in a row, the game I’m most excited for won’t be in my hands until almost the last day of the month. The game I speak of is Grand Theft Auto IV.
The internet is in an uproar over the proposed bill in the Massachusetts legislature, essentially putting restrictions on the sale of violent Video Games to minors.
With Vegas 2 coming out this week, we take a look back at the evolution of arguably the best tactical shooter ever to be released.
As a member of the cult that is Apple, I waited with giddy anticipation to see what sorts of goodies Apple had in storewhen they announced the release of the iPhone Software Developers Kit. The thing that surprised me most, was the focus yesterday’s presentation had on Gaming.
Everyone’s got the video games that never get old, and there are only a handful of games I can look back on and see how I lost months of my life to. Growing up, I was much more a PC kid then a console kid. Here’s how I passed the time in chronological order: