Tag: gamer culture
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 have been a few fan creations and video games popping up on my feed lately, so I figured let's toss a couple of them into one article for you! Check out what fans are doing with inspiration from our favorite video games!
When I was young I was fascinated with video games. I still am to this day, but I had a passion burning that had me wanting to make games. I still dream of one day entering that E3 stage, but things turned a bit for me. I grew up during a time that was still developing game design, and programming. So I didn’t have a lot for me. What I did have was film, so I transitioned into making movies since I figured it was the closest thing to making video games. Yet to this day I still fight to bridge the two industries because the film industry simply does not accept videogames. This is why I believe video game movies are so terrible.
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?
As we wind 2014 down, we’re taking a look at the best games of 2014 leading up to our Game of the Year selection. Today, I’m presenting my five favorite games of the year and why they’re worth consideration for the top honors. Come inside and have a look!
While the PlayStation TV could have been a great way to revitalize the Vita handheld, after getting some more hands-on time with the platform, the opposite may in fact be true. This could signify the end of the Vita in general.
All month long in our Gamerlinx editorial series, we’ve been talking about the best exclusives to have ever graced the Nintendo systems. While our writers have done a great job breaking some of them down, there’s simply too many to cover in one month! So instead, for our final article this month we’ve opened it up to ALL of our writers to briefly discuss our favorite Nintendo exclusives that we’re still playing to this day. Come check out our lists and share your own!