With all those classic romance flicks out there, why not imagine what some of these films would be like if they were turned into worthwhile, hardcore games? I mean, it's not impossible and it's all explained how some of these classic romance movies would make great video games in the following list.
Fallout 4 could be inbound for a big announcement at E3 2015 this year, and Dying Light tops the charts for January's NPD. These stories and more in this edition of the Weekly Recap.
The latest NPD figures are in for January 2015 and it looks like Sonyís PlayStation 4 has returned to the front of the pack, overtaking the Xbox One and Wii U in monthly sales. While only a handful of big games launched last month, Dying Light managed to earn the top spot, proving that gamers are not yet tired of smashing zombies with blunt objects.
The Sonic Boom games released on Wii U and 3DS this fall weren't great. Unfortunately for Sega, they also didn't sell very well.
The fight continues on Nintendo 3DS as Super Smash Bros. gets an update offering new functionality for the portable brawler. Donít get too excited, though, as new characters and maps are not part of the equation.
Today Nintendo announced how you can transfer data to your New 3DS XL from your old 3DS. It's not a simple process.
With Nintendo's New 3DS set to hit US retailers this Friday, Feb. 13, I finally decided to track down one of these bad boys and give the new piece of hardware a go. So, was it a revolutionary handheld gaming experience or did I walk away underwhelmed?
One of the big debates in the world of eighth-gen gaming centers around the limitations of today's game consoles not being able to properly hit 60fps in certain key game titles. Well, in the world of emulation the Dolphin emulator has managed to stomp out the arguments by enabling gamers to retroactively get games capped at 30fps to run at 60fps.
The Super Bowl prediction was scary accurate, leading the charge for a lot of hot news stories this week, leading up to the 2015 D.I.C.E. awards. These stories and more in this edition of the Weekly Recap.
So a guy managed to beat all of Punch-Out! on the NES through a Wii emulator, all in one sitting... blindfolded! If that sounds insane, if you don't think it's possible, if it seems too far fetched, if it's one of those things you have to see to believe... well, you're in luck because you can see it to believe it.
Awards season is still alive and well in the world of video games with the 18th Annual D.I.C.E. Awards dishing out another batch of congratulatory hardware to games like Dragon Age: Inquisition, Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor and Destiny during a presentation ceremony Thursday evening, Feb. 5.
Game of Thrones and Sons of Anarchy have both been turned into video games this year. Rather than be content with these adaptations, though, I can't help but think how many other shows I'd love to see become games as well.
One of the age-old classics from way back in the 16-bit era is making a comeback for today's generation of gamer. That's right, the Toejam And Earl adventures that helped shape the Sega Genesis' run during the early 1990s is making a return to form, soon.
ďRemember when games used to be about having fun?Ē Get a group of adult gamers together and thatís a question thatís likely to pop up in the conversation at some point. The fact of the matter is, games havenít really changed all that much. The person playing the game is the major variable in that equation, and itís mostly our own fault if weíre not having fun anymore.
With Club Nintendo shutting down in the coming months, the Big N has decided to go all out with its final crop of Rewards offerings, boasting more than a dozen physical goodies and over 100 games for diehard fans to spend their virtual Coins on.