Imagine if you could give someone a game for their birthday instead of giving them a card. Imagine if instead of getting chocolates for valentines day, you could receive a personalized game from your significant other. Imagine a child's birthday party where children get a personalized video game in their goody bags. This is the concept idea behind Gamester.
As game development becomes more accessible and easier, one can only imagine that we will reach a point when making a
Orcs Must Die! Unchained is a free-to-play tower defense-MOBA hybrid. At PAX East, I got a chance to play the most current build of the game. This was my first time playing anything in the Orcs Must Die! franchise. I have played numerous tower defense games over the years, but Orc Must Die! felt refreshing to play. Working in a 5 person party, players must build defensive traps, and fend off waves of different enemy types. With many different options available to the player,
I finally got my hands on the Oculus Rift, and it’s glorious! I was not one of the fortunate few who got it in an early pre-order, but by chance, a friend of mine was lucky enough to get one. Lucky for me, he had no interest in going through the trouble of updating his computer to meet the minimum requirements. I, on the other hand, was very intrigued by virtual reality, and happened to be in need of an upgrade anyway. I'm not going to kid myself into believing I needed the O
A Dark Theme 1. BvS was the first superhero movie that I felt emanated such a dark, unforgiving tone. Throughout the movie, you can feel Batman and Superman's blatant hate towards each other. The film felt like a fresh step away from the typical happy go lucky superhero duos we've come to expect from Hollywood. This unrelenting attitude allowed the movie to have a serious fray between two very well known superheroes. Old Batman 2. Batman is finally showing some age. With an a