• Versus Mode: Vegetarian Videogames, UFC, Country Music, and More

    Former GC writer Joel Tandberg and current GC writer Stuart Gipp discuss vegetarian videogames, MMA fighters' rights, country music, and more.

  • God of War (PS2)

    I know it's been a while since I last blessed (cursed?) you all with a review, but I've been a little busy with going to school, working, family crap and, recently, watching the SNL skit "Dick in a Bo

  • Top Spin (MXB)

    OK, I bought this game used as part of a twofer at GameCrazy. Apparently, it was part of an included game package with NCAA Football 2004 to get more people to buy an Xbox. When I bought my Xbox I got

  • [NSFW] Darkwatch (MXB)

    If you're looking to shoot bad guys, blow things up and hear Rose McGowan's voice, definitely pick this title up.

  • The Godfather (MXB)

    Let's get something out in the open here: I buy games that I want to play. So unless there is a huge disappointment or I go shopping when I'm drunk (not beneath me), most of the games I review will ha

  • The Educated Gamer: Why Sony Will Never Have Global Electronic Dominance

    Sony is trying to pull some strings with their Blu-ray plans for PlayStation 3, but will it work in their favor in the end? We look to history for some clues...

  • Castlevania: Curse of Darkness (MXB)

    Let's have a round of applause for one of the oldest, most revered and enjoyable series to leap from the off-gray cartridges of the NES to the shiny DVDs of today's systems: Castlevania. Love it or ha

  • The Grass is Always…: Killer 7

    This month is the last of the games we torture each other with out of our own collection. Next month, I mean it: We're going for the complete bottom-shelf shit games for rent at Hollywood Video. Just last week I saw Chicken Little, Bionicle and approximately 400 copies of Yu-Gi-Oh!: The Official Video Game of the Movie of the Cartoon of the Card Game.

  • Your Top 10 Favorite Games: Joel Tandberg

    Joel Tandberg's top 10 favorite videogames.

  • The Educated Gamer: The Shape of Things to Come

    I’ve been playing videogames for a long time. I’m almost 25, and I had a Colecovision at the age of 3. I think I’ve got a bit of experience. Nowadays, it seems as if fewer and fewer games grab my attention; and more and more often they grab it and then stomp on it, light it on fire and throw it away. I’d like to think that I’m a pretty damn good gamer, but some of today’s games make me feel inadequate. I can tell you that I own at least five games that I haven’t beat and will probably never play again. Is that my fault, or is it the industry's? Here’s what I’m getting at: Many of today’s games are a colossal pain in the ass.