Try to imagine your own personal euphoria. To some, it may be a scenic countryside, with bunnies, deer, butterflies, and all sorts of other delectably cute creatures prancing about. For others, it c
Matt Gardner's top 10 favorite videogames.
Summer 1994: My brothers and I go to Pinelands Video (since gone out of business) in order to find a Super Nintendo game to amuse ourselves with; NHL '94 is the selection. It is rented several times t
Have you ever sat around and just thought to yourself, "Paul, what do you want to do with your life? Do you want to waste it all away playing Nintendo, or do you want to make something of yourself?" S
Top of the Heap: The Naughty Side of the NES
Despite efforts by Nintendo to keep the NES squeaky clean, some unlicensed game developers managed leak some smuttiness onto the otherwise family-friendly system.
GC Podcast #137: Real Basketball Cosplay
Finally, I can live my dream of Playing Basketball.
Why the Phoenix Wright Characters Will Die Alone
A look at why the three main Phoenix Wright characters will be forever dateless.
Card Sweethearts (PC)
I don't know anything about romance-sim dating. There it is ladies and gentlemen. That's my return to videogame journalism after a year of being out of the game, and to top it all off, the only reason
[NSFW] Top of the Heap: Pokémon Games That Aren't
Nine knock-off Pokémon games you probably haven't caught yet.
Games That Secretly Suck: Demon's Souls
Best played wearing a leather mask, some sort of chaps, and a safe word.
Versus Mode: Angry Birds, Xbox Indie Games, Free-to-Play, and More
Wadjet Eye founder Dave Gilbert and GC writer Nikola Suprak discuss Angry Birds as the new Mario, whether XBLI games should have Achievements, the free-to-play pricing model, and more.
This Yard Has Saled #8: Christmas in July
Jingle bells, jingle bells, I bought tons of games.
This Yard Has Saled #7: Discovering Hidden Treasures
Sometimes you find garbage. Other times you find gold. This is other times.
Hacks'n'Slash #7: A Nuisance of Galoshes
Which of the Robot Masters will find love, or will the writer just consult the thesaurus too often?