If you are a retro gamer like we are, then you probably loved your Commodore 64. This old school home computer had some outstanding games, including Wasteland, Ultima IV, and Zork! But as fun as these games were, much of the power of the C64 console was unexplored at the time of its demise. We have made serious advancements since the days of the C64 in both graphics and gameplay, but what if we told you that some of the best current day game releases can be played on an old C64 console?
Microsoft has become increasingly sensitive to consumer complaints about government interference in their online security, including the Xbox One, and is taking a stand to prove it's on the side of the people.
It looks like Valve beat Telltale to announcing the release date for the second season of the critically acclaimed The Walking Dead video game. Good news for us though, as the wait won't be much longer.
Just a day before its release, Sony and Polyphony have released the opening cinematic for Gran Turismo 6 to sway you into buying the anticipated sim racer. Judging by the amount drool around your keyboard, it probably worked.
Shinji Mikami, legendary creator of the Resident Evil series and the upcoming The Evil Within, has made a career out of scaring players. However, since the days inside that mansion, fans have become accustomed to the ways games instill fear. So how will Evil Within be different?
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