Comparison Screens Released for Chrono Cross: Radical Dreamers

Chrono Cross: The Radical Dreamers Edition is coming out in a few days, and now fans can finally compare the visuals of the old and new versions. The differences aren’t as stark as they are in some other remasters, but I think it looks decent enough.

Silly Scoundrels: Mz. Ruby

Hey all, it’s time to kick-off our month of Silly Scoundrels! As Cary explained earlier this week, we’ll be spending this first real month of spring talking about some of our favorite, more comedically-inclined villains. There are plenty of series with goofy baddies, and I the first one to cross my mind was the Sly…

Being a ‘Souls-borne’ Bystander

Each year, countless games are released to the gaming masses. Most go unnoticed; some sell well. A handful even manage to achieve widespread popularity and near universal acclaim. Then there are the legends, the games that get so big that they leave a permanent mark on the industry. Super Mario Bros. made platformers a thing;…

The Xbox Series X|S is On Track to be Microsoft’s Bestselling Console(s)

Microsoft revealed an interesting bit of information over the weekend regard the Xbox Series X|S consoles. According to company, the Xbox Series X|S has outsold all previous Xbox consoles at this point in their lifecycle. This is despite the chronic shortages plaguing the consumer electronics industry, a quality that’s more or less inline with other…

Listmas 2021: Eat, Drink, and Be Merry!

Merry #Listmas! What better way to kick off another blogging holiday season than with a topic that is perfectly delicious – food and drink! While some virtual fare is best left to its own virtual world, there’s no denying that video game food has quite the avid following these days. Between sites, channels, and physical…

Vampyr Looks Even Better (Spookier?) on PS5 and PS4 Pro Now

When it launched in 2018, Vampyr was already a decent-looking game. It wasn’t pushing the envelope of visuals, but it didn’t look bad either. If anything, its art style and visual fidelity actually served the overall feel of the game, that of hopelessness and melancholy in a completely exhausted and plague-ridden London. The game could…

Spooptober: DK64’s Creepy Castle

When it comes to spoopy gaming stuff, I guess I really can’t keep myself from thinking about Rareware. Perhaps it’s the distinctive style of their early games or maybe it’s just straight-up childhood nostalgia on my part. Whatever the case, I think that Rareware is the definitive king of video game spoop, and the Creepy…

More Elden Ring Footage is Out There Now

Elden Ring is arguably one of the most anticipated games in development right now, so just about any new information about the game is sure to make waves in across the internet. Well, it seems that fans have indeed been making waves recently thanks to some new leaked gameplay footage. The clip is only 30…

Fixing Donkey Kong 64

Of all the games Rareware put out in the mid- to late 90’s, DK64 might just be the most polarizing. The Donkey Kong collect-a-thon has both staunch defenders and zealous detractors, with both refusing to acknowledge certain aspects of the game. As for me, my perspective on the game has shifted over the years. I…