Earlier this week, Star Wars Battlefront released on consoles, at last ushering in a new age in Star Wars gaming. As such, this seems like the perfect time to look back at the best Star wars games worth dusting off your old consoles for. Come inside to check it out!
In 1997, Final Fantasy VII debuted and set new standards for the ways games are made. It was a massive critical and financial success, and it forever changed the videogame industry. This article explores what went into making of this classic game and how it's still effecting the industry almost twenty years later.
It's now officially May, and for entertainment lovers like us, that means one important thing...It's the start of the Summer Movie Season! Cinelinx isn't laying down on the job, and we have much and more in store for our readers this month. Come inside to check it out!
There’s no rhyme or reason to the video games we become hopelessly attached to. Oftentimes gamers find themselves sinking hours of play time into games/genres without fully understanding why...This sums up my relationship with the Rune Factory games. I can’t stop playing them, even though I have no reason to keep doing so.
The Harvest Moon series, known in Japan as Bokujo Monogatari, has been capturing the hearts of its fans with its simplistic gameplay style for nearly twenty years. The series originally launched on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1996 and fans have been losing their lives to the time sink that is Harvest Moon ever since.
These days, movie tie-in games have developed a poor reputation, and seen mostly as quick and dirty cash-ins than enjoyable gaming experiences. That wasn’t always the case, however, and back in the day, gamers were treated to some amazing games based on their favorite films. Today, I’m looking back at some of the most enjoyable retro games that happen to be movie tie-ins!
There are only two games that I can play repeatedly pretty much my whole life and never get bored of them. Doom and Metal Gear Solid, but for this I will focus on Doom. I don’t know what exactly it is with this game, but it’s well over 20 years old and pretty out dated in every way possible, and yet here I am with a PS4 waiting for it to get ported to it somehow, someway. Why?