Now Editor-in-chief of Arcade Sushi, Luke Brown is an experienced video game journalist who has contributed to Official Xbox Magazine and Games Radar. An avid comic fan and action figure junkie, he also founded The Quarter Bin, and co-hosts one of the top-rated video game podcasts on iTunes, the Continuecast.
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Donkey Kong owes his success to more than a failed attempt at a Popeye video game. Get the real, true facts about the arcade classic.
Mazda and Microsoft have not only teamed up to bring the brand-new 2016 Mazda MX-5 to Forza Horizon 2 for free, the two companies are also giving you a chance to win an actual, real life version of the soon-to-be-released MX-5.
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We're now officially halfway through Telltale's trip through Westeros, and the twists and turns show no signs of stopping.
There are few things in life truer than death, taxes, and my inability to be a competent co-pilot. I take too many risks, don't really pay attention to what my partner is up to, and I'm easily distracted by all the shinies. That was especially true when playing a bit of Asteroid Base's Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime. I couldn't help it; there was just too much cool stuff on screen to take in.
It's unfair to call Severed a departure for the studio, since all three of its games thus far have been rather diverse, but Severed definitely feels different. That's probably because it relies almost exclusively on touch controls.
There's no place like home, and these people really turned out some fantastic designs. From sconces to duvets and carpets to furniture, these interior designers are the cream of the crop.
When last we left our heroes Rhys and Fiona, they'd uncovered a secret bunker in a bandit hideout rife with Atlas technologies. Unfortunately for the group, they weren't alone. At least after all the trouble our quartet of characters had gotten into, they'd finally had a lead on the potential fortune they'd been hunting for, right? Kinda? No? These poor, poor protagonists.
Sometimes, waiting for a game you've been anticipating can be an excruciating process. Then the game arrives and all is right in the world... until you actually play it, and the pain is all too real.
The first game from Three Zero One studios, headed up by Adam Orth and Omar Aziz, puts players in a unique predicament. As (presumably) the only survivor of a terrible accident on a space station, you've got to find a way home... from hundreds of kilometers above Earth. The journey will be challenging, and your mettle will be tested, but Adr1ft is about more than returning to the safe confines of the planet below.