• Fabricated News: Paul Franzen to Star in New Videogame

    RPG fans have been hoping for a revival of the Bard's Tale series for quite some time now. Good news! Yesterday, it was announced that a new installment of the series is planned for this October. Star

  • GameCola’s E3 Application

    GameCola's application to GDC was rejected this year, but we still decided to send an application to E3. After all, it says on E3's registration page that "Free admission to the exhibit floor is available to qualified industry professionals who register and submit their industry credentials by May 3, 2010." Qualified professionals? That totally includes GameCola, am I right?

  • Minus the Pudding: The Best of Xbox Live Indie Games

    I'm famous. It comes with the territory of running, editing, and writing for a website on the Internet.

  • Fallout 3 (PS3)

    This game is one of my top five favorite games of all time, right up there with Chrono Trigger. It's a fantastic game that almost anyone would enjoy because of the many different genres it encompasses

  • GC Podcast #20: Something New

    We've just finished Podcast #20: Something New. It's the first GameCola podcast recorded in 2010, and the first podcast made specifically for the new GameCola website. Woo hoo! Joining us on the podc

  • The Dark Spire (DS)

    David Bowie does make a guest appearance, after all, as mandated by Japanese constitutional law.

  • Dear Readers: Gamebeard

    Mike: Hey Vangie, remember when we used to write for that site? You know, the one with the guy with the beard…actually a lot of the guys had beards…Gamebeard! That was it!

  • GC Podcast #11: Paul’s Beard is Awesome

    This edition of "The GameCola Podcast" features Michael Gray, Paul Franzen, and special guest star Marianne Fenwick.

  • Captain Eric’s Cheat Codes for Life

    Captain Eric Regan offers advice on growing great beards and psychic predictions about the future of the Legend of Zelda series.

  • Mega Man 4 (NES)

    Mega Man 4 may not have the niftiest weapons, hippest bosses, grooviest music, or sexiest box art in the Mega Man franchise, but that doesn't stop it from being the best game in the original series. Y