A Rose by Any Other Name

you want me to play what‽ Two general questions that are asked when being introduced to a game are "What game is it?" and "What type of game is it?"The first question is innocent enough and equally easy to answer. You just tell the asker what it is! However, what type of game? Well... there … Continue reading A Rose by Any Other Name

We Need Another Lunar Game

By Philip Orona The Japanese love a good Role Playing Game. They can't seem to get enough of western Dungeons and Dragons like RPGs such as the Ultima series and Dragon Quest. Born out of this came the J-RPG. Japanese flavor role playing games with anime like character designs and personality tropes, Final Fantasy and … Continue reading We Need Another Lunar Game

Re-imagining American Cities: Last of Us

By Stephen Dvorak When you exit the militarized confines of Boston you find something unexpected - It’s green.  The ruins of the no-longer habitable areas of the city have been reclaimed by nature.  There is sun and wildlife  accompanying the bloodhound soldiers, fungally altered monsters, and violent gangs of human survivors living outside of civilized … Continue reading Re-imagining American Cities: Last of Us

Editorial: Take a Walk On the Wild Side

Take A Walk On the Wild Side with These New Villainous Indies By Alex Orona             In the average video game fantasy, you are the hero, the protagonist, the one everyone is rooting for. Who doesn’t want to play the video game that rewards your actions with accolades and a feeling of righteousness?  That being … Continue reading Editorial: Take a Walk On the Wild Side

Two In A Row: A Video Game Movie Editorial

By Philip Orona A little over a year ago, my 5-year-old son had discovered the Sonic the Hedgehog cartoons in the kids’ section of Netflix. I sat down and asked him what he was watching and he proceeded to tell me about a blue hedgehog that runs like the Flash, loves chili-dogs, and is a … Continue reading Two In A Row: A Video Game Movie Editorial