The video game community has almost no vocal supporters in Congress. Considering the cultural impact games have, why is this?
When Hammerpoint Interactive’s THE WARZ officially appeared on Steam in mid-December, there were so many people bought the game that it crashed Steam servers. It set them on fire. Gary Newell, Gabe’s firefighter brother, bravely smothered the flames with unpublished copies of HALF LIFE 3. The reviews were glowing, ecstatic,
Pathea Games, the studio behind DRAINS and LITTLE ZOOLOGISTS, made their debut on Steam Greenlight today with PLANET EXPLORERS: a sorta science-y, voxel-based, exploration, combat, creative-mode, open world thingy. Kinda like Spore meets Minecraft meets Oregon Trail. IN SPACE. WITH GUNS. FOR FREE. The synopsis from Pathea Games: So it’s
It’s like I can touch you! The Oculus Rift VR Headset has some pretty schnazzy possibilities. However, you can’t just plug it into any computer and play any game. Software has to be specifically modded to allow for the Oculus’ stereoscopic, 3D immersion. Nathan Andrews, an independent modder, has added
ARMA 3, the only FPS ever charged with international espionage, emerges from its Greek gulag in Alpha form. Bohemia Interactive, the developers behind the upcoming DAYZ and the distinctly non-zombie ARMA 2, announced earlier today that their hardcore military simulator ARMA 3 has gone into the alpha development stage. The
This week, I’m happy to introduce one of our newest editors to the readers: Jasper Watkins! He’s our champion of video game news and really all video game content here. 1. What drew you to the Screen Invasion team, over other bigger and older entertainment websites? I have been
The zombie survival genre has always a very competitive field in the video game market. Many games have tried and failed such as Dead Island whereas others have enjoyed immeasurable success like Valve’s Left 4 Dead franchise. Whether it’s the hit or miss market or lack of creativity, there have been very few zombie games that have
It’s been a little while since I gave you the skinny on my digital adventures, but after a brief hiatus I have returned. In the third installment of this years Video Games Odyssey I go big and grab some air, enter the newest edition of the octagon, throw down with some beat em up legends and lurk amongst the underbelly of hard boiled, Hong Kong.
Welcome back fellow joystick jostlers to the second instalment of Video Games Odyssey 2012, the chronicles of one man’s ventures in the virtual world of gaming. In the last edition we covered a throwback from Sega’s glory days, a charming and addictive IOS real time sim, a top notch skateboard
Im a man who makes lists, lot’s of lists. Like a digital archiver I keep track of pretty much everything from monthly playlists to a year long tally of movies watched. Now I am introducing the art of videogames into my strange hobby and here for you, are the first
The monthly subscription for most MMO’s are often the quickest thing people choose to complain about when attempting to start into a new game. While most well established MMO’s on the market boast an average monthly subscription fee of fifteen dollars a month, some are consumers are voicing concern over whether or not a newer