• Dune (PC)

    So, after last month's review, some of you may be wondering "but, wait. If that was Dune II, what was the original Dune?" OK, so, out of the few people who actually did more than look at the pictures

  • Dune II (PC)

    OK, enough new games. It's back to the 90s again with another game I mentioned in Cheat Codes for Life! This month, I'm reviewing the first recognizable real-time strategy game. Certainly, there wer

  • Versus Mode: Gay Marriage, Racism, Rape, and More

    GC writers Alex Jedraszczak and Eric Regan discuss gay marriage in MMOs, racism in Dance!, virtual rape, and more.

  • Cheat Codes for Getting Out of Your Damn House

    Greetings to all eight of my readers. Sorry I wasn't around last month to supply you with half-assed writing and mean-spirited personal attacks. But then, we all know that I haven't written anything w

  • Albatross18: Season 2 (PC)

    Rather than reviewing another SNES game that nobody's going to play, I decided that I would review a current game this month. And by "current," I mean that this game is my "current" addiction. In case

  • Shadowrun (SNES)

    So, after last month's review, I started thinking about other games with Western influences. At the top of my list was Shadowrun—a game I particularly remember for being impossible to play. With te

  • Cheat Codes for Life

    Last month, I asked you send me letters that listed your favorite PC games, to give people who aren't experienced in that sub genre of gaming some ideas as to where to get started. What follows is my first edition of Cheat Codes that does not contain a single made-up letter. Enjoy.

  • Secret of Evermore (SNES)

    Ah, Secret of Evermore: Square of America 's misunderstood child. To me, this game has always been as mysterious as it is hard to review. I remember seeing the game in a store when it first came out a

  • Gradius III (SNES)

    Let me start by saying that I normally prefer RPGs, so for those of you who haven't read my pre-GameCola reviews (i.e., 100% of you), it should be surprising that I'm reviewing a side-scrolling shoote

  • The 7th Saga (SNES)

    For my first review here at GameCola, I decided to cover an old favorite of mine—The 7th Saga. This game has always held a certain place in my heart, and loading it up to help with the review brough