A Game For The People, By The People
“Retrieve the girl and wipe away the debt!” Words you hear all to often in Bioshock Infinite. Just because Infinite is set in a more wholesome setting than its predecessors does not mean it is child’s play. On the contrary, it is a far more advanced world than both Bioshock and Bioshock 2. Continue reading
Move Over COD…
Learning from my high school history classes, World War 1 proved to be a frightening and new experience with the introduction of trench warfare. Well, the game developers over at StrixLab plan to make their lives an actual living hell with Ad Infinitum. Mixing historical accuracy with Lovecraftian horror brings an otherworldly uncomfortable feeling to an already unknown world. Continue reading
Creative Director Bill Rosemann gets you caught up on all the updates on Marvel Future Fight
Marvel.com’s got a man inside Marvel Games.
For over two decades Bill Rosemann has a part of the Marvel family, from his time as a freelance writer for Marvel Age magazine, to marketing copywriter, to “Your Man @ Marvel” blogger, to writer of the Deadline limited series, to editor of dozens of comic series including Nova, Black Panther, Thunderbolts and Avengers Academy. Bill also helped launch the Disney Kingdom imprint and was part of the team that co-created the modern day Guardians of the Galaxy. Bill is now Creative Director for Marvel Games, where he uses his knowledge and passion for the House of Ideas to collaborate with partners around the world on hit titles for console, PC and mobile devices. Continue reading
Are You Scared?
Tarsier Studios new game Little Nightmares has been making the rounds on social media while being praised for its innovations in storytelling and its nightmarish settings. Taking hints from Studio Ghibli, the game (available on Xbox One, PS4, and Microsoft Windows) offers a trip into the innocence of childhood along with the nightmares of your youth. Continue reading
Where’s Space Jason?!
The release date for the long awaited Friday The 13th: the Game was recently announced and fans everywhere are losing their minds!
Lovecraft In The 21st Century
Artist Jeff Lee Johnson really knows how to create an unsettling picture. Continue reading
Who Knew His True Passion Was Scoop’n Birds?!
Nintendo’s Scoop’n Birds is now available for the 3DS! In the game, you work in a pet store where your goal is to fling as many birds as possible to your faithful customers. But who could possibly own this oddly serviced pet store you ask? Well, that would be the one and only Alice Scooper! Sounds familiar right? Continue reading
It’s Gonna Get Schwifty Up In Here!!
WUBBA LUBBA DUB DUB!!! Adult Swim Games and Owlchemy Labs (the same company that brought us Job Simulator) have recently announced the release of Rick and Morty Virtual Rick-Ality. Dropping on 4/20, the game tends to cram as many subplots and easter eggs into the plot as possible. Continue reading
SEGA And WWE Teaming Up For New Free-to-Play Mobile Game
SEGA™ recently announced a partnership with global entertainment company WWE to publish a new free-to-play idle mobile game called WWE Tap Mania. The game is being developed by The Tap Lab, based in Cambridge, MA, and is projected for launch later this year. This partnership unites two celebrated global brands, adding an exciting new element to SEGA’s diverse catalog of mobile games. Continue reading
THE GAME IS AFOOT!
While he is currently hard at work filming the latest Avengers film, Robert Downey Jr. has reportedly not giving up hope of bringing his take on Sherlock Holmes back to the big screen. Continue reading