• There Will Be a Tetris Movie

    When I first saw this news, I genuinely thought it was a joke. A wind-up. It isn't.

  • New Videogame Releases for the Week of April 17, 2011

    Portal 2, Final Fantasy IV: The Complete Collection, Mortal Kombat, Prince of Persia: Classic Trilogy HD, Conduit 2, SOCOM 4, Arcana Heart 3, and more.

  • Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe (X360)

    Potential crossovers that could have been: Shounen Jump All-Stars vs. Capcom, Virtua Cop of the Dead, Mega Man vs. Street Fighter... Why the dying Mortal Kombat series and the DC Universe? Come ON guy

  • Bomberman ’93 (Wii-VC)

    "You've reviewed too many modern games!" OK, OK, I understand. Not enough bleeps and bloops and blops and bloppity-bleep-bloops and chim-chim-cherees. So tell you what, let's go back to 1993. 1993. Th

  • Star Wars: The Force Unleashed (Ultimate Sith Edition) (X360)

    I'm not a big fan of, well, you know, War of the Stars. My knowledge of the series mostly stems from the videogames, as it's been at least twelve years since I last saw a movie from the "original tril

  • Great Moments in Gaming #10

    It's a random Friday night in 1992, and I am once again dropped off at the "fancy" mall with a handful of allowance money and a few hours to kill. I check out Kay-Bee Toys and fondle the latest action

  • Oh, the Humanity!: Mortal Kombat: Annihilation

    This movie drove me to stab the guy at Hollywood Video who actually allowed me to rent it. After showing the movie to the cops, I actually got a reward.

  • Oh, the Humanity!: Mortal Kombat

    Mortal Kombat: the movie did more than launch an irritatingly bad theme song that spent the latter half of the nineties being heard in Karate classes throughout the country. It also brought the first movie based on a video game that a majority of gamers thought was halfway decent. The thing is, most gamers have shitty taste in movies. How else would you explain the success of Japanese Anime?

  • Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance (GCN)

    Mortal Kombat always has been, and always will be.