The series “Tropes vs Rocks: Video Game Edition”, a parody of Anita Sarkeesian’s “Tropes vs Women in Video Games”, goes from being a dream to hopefully being a reality with its latest crowdfunding campaign on IndieGoGo.
After the NVIDIA Shield and the Ouya I think it’s about time we called it quits on Android consoles being “the future” and even being in the future.
Multiplayer woes isn’t the only thing ‘kickstarted’ title “Takedown: Red Sabre” is dealing with post-launch.
Fighting games allow you to do one of two things: Hit, or block. In this article, we take a look at blocking styles in certain fighting games, a small ad/disadvantage comparison, and what you should be looking for when using these different blocking mechanics.
First Drop is no longer affiliated with the “Pokemon Generation 0″ fan project and TBC. Here’s why.
“Injustice: Gods Among Us” had us battling it out with our favorite super-powered people and two billionaires. But, if there’s one thing it did pre-release was have us battle our inner selves for which retailer to buy the damn game from.
With the Vita now over a year old Sony along with third parties have now had enough time to put out their fair share of games on the system. Now it’s about time we write up a comparison of the two and decide whose shooting up to the stars and whose drowning in the water for the rest of this year.
With the disappointment that was ‘Genesis’ and the RPG canon installment, both from Cyanide studios, this is what I think should be in a “Game of Thrones” game and what HBO should do with the IP.
A downloadable multiplayer-only game titled “The Showdown Effect” came out with solid gameplay mechanics for a party fighting game, and to its misfortune the online gaming community for it is already dying.
For the first time we gained press access to Toy Fair 2013 this year and got to see a bunch of different exhibitors showing off their latest creations!