Sometimes, the best strategy is to do nothing.
"Oh, the Humanity!" looks at a 1990's comic book about the evils of virtual reality videogames.
When one goes to a "classic" videogame tourney thrown by non-gamers, the results may not be what you expect. Diana reports.
Has science gone too far?
Almost every genre of videogaming offers their own spin on the game-within-a-game concept. This month, the GameCola crew share their favourite examples, from "Pazaak," to "Triple Triad," to "Things from Space."
It's the final deathmatch, who will win?
Japan is like a whole other country when it comes to buying classic videogames.
Diana shares with you the first article of many on her thesis about videogames!
Never give up on your dreams.
Anna attempts to talk about The Night of the Rabbit's soundtrack with words instead of random gleeful noises
Chroma Squad (PC)
Go Go Tactical RPGs!
I Am a Game Mechanic : Ultimate Weapons
The fate of the world rests on the hilt of this sword! But it has 50 less attack than the sword at the local casino.
GameCola's Top 20 Videogame Soundtracks
John Rizzi counts down and breaks down GameCola's favorite Videogame Soundtracks in Part 1 of this Top 20 list.
Q&AmeCola: Games We Are Currently Playing
This month we answer the most basic videogame question of them all: "What Are You Currently Playing?"
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.
Alicia Online (PC)
What do you get when you cross horse racing with a Korean MMO? An obscure, yet SURPRISINGLY GOOD, game!
Why the Phoenix Wright Characters Will Die Alone
A look at why the three main Phoenix Wright characters will be forever dateless.
[NSFW] Top of the Heap: Pokémon Games That Aren't
Nine knock-off Pokémon games you probably haven't caught yet.
Hacks'n'Slash #3: Phoenix Wright Gone Wrong
Hacks'n'Slash, GameCola's bad fanfiction podcast, returns with a selection of Phoenix Wright fanfiction! For the first time ever, I believe we have actual slash in Hacks'n'Slash. We also have some guy
Minus the Pudding: The Best of Xbox Live Indie Games
Last month in Pudding, I ran my own personal list of the Top 5 Xbox Live Indie Games from 2010. This month, courtesy of Joystiq, we have: everyone else's list. It's based on sales figures—specifically, number of copies sold during the first week of a game's launch—and the results, as expected, are completely demotivating. Personally, I'm so demotivated I won't be able to finish this lame joke I think I already used bef