With the recent announcement of Pokémon Let's Go, Pokémon has once again catapulted to the forefront of everyone's mind. Few series have had the same amount of longevity and impact as Pokémon, and for many (myself included) it was one of the first video games they ever played.
In honor of my...
Based hundreds of years in the future, The Expanse is quite possibly the greatest science fiction show since BattleStar Galactica. The show is currently in its third season, and as of today is sitting at a 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. My bet is that you have never even heard of it....
We all love Roxas. He's a great character that adds emotional value to the story of Kingdom Hearts. As much as I would like for him to return, here's why that isn't such a good idea. Roxas' self-contained arc is perfect as is and doesn't need a re-telling.
As the gaming industry continues to change, becoming more consumer-focussed, and as independent games become increasingly more important for the ongoing life of the industry, will E3 remain relevant or fade away with time?
Ten years of Marvel movies has led up to one of the largest movie events in history. It has also given us some of the best cinematic villains in history. We look at some of the best of the worst guys in the MCU.
In God of War Kratos has a new life, a new family, and a new journey. From the begging of this franchise I have told people why Kratos is more then just arrange filled monster, and now we have a game that shows everyone what I have always seen.
The Russo Brothers and Marvel remain tight lipped about Avengers 4, so we asked a few of our MCU enthusiasts to make their best predictions about the next film, and perhaps take a shot at the mysterious title.
At what point do we hit the theoretical limit to what we as humans can perceive as a refinement of an image? When do we hit the limit of what we can produce given the technology available to us? The answer many are giving to these questions, in one way or another, is 8K.