My Dad, The Galaga Player

Steven Collins   Not too many people in my family play video games. I don’t come from that line of heritage. My mother hasn’t ever touched a video game system in her life, other than to get my original PS1 out of the box when I was 7-years-old. A few of my cousins play, but…

Crash Test Games

  Crash Test Games has officially begun! Escalating from my old blog Developing Games, Crash Test Games became the image that I created in an attempt to collect and inspire the gaming community to interject their own creativity into the gaming industry. As gamers, we have all pondered about that perfect game. What if we…

Mass Effect Movie a Bad Idea

  The idea of a Mass Effect movie sounds bland and disappointing to me. As a movie lover, an avid gamer, and more importantly, as a writer, the idea is unoriginal and leaves a bad taste in my mouth. I love Mass Effect! Hell, I would most likely see the movie regardless of my speculations,…

Smash Brothers: Gamers Want Customization

Noah Glaser   Ever since the success of the first Smash Brother’s on the Nintendo 64, each entry in the series has introduced new features and a higher degree of customization. With Brawl being the first installment to offer online play, though severely limited, and Nintendo’s supposed commitment to the online experience for the Nintendo…

Video: Mass Effect 2 – Prologue/Interactive Comic

I’m slowly inching my way back into Youtube after hooking my PVR back up (even though there’s no room as of now). So I immediately thought to record some Mass Effect 2! I’m aiming to release a video every week, but like I’ve often said, life loves to take up time… plus I think I…

Super-Slim PS3

  Sony has developed a trend: Release their new console, soak up the dough, release a slim model, suck up more dough. A lot of dough-sucking is involved. But now, news of a “super-slim” PS3 model has been released. But will people actually buy it? According to reports, Sony is preparing a new 4000-series PS3…