Game Industry Shout-Outs: Jungle Wrath

REPLY TO ALL takes a week off while our writers look out upon the video game industry and report back on what caught their eye. Josh (Joshleedotcom) Mega big ups to my boys at Playstation C.A.M.P. and Crispy’s for bringing the heat to all those who dare question Japan’s current game design quality levels. Tokyo Jungle is… Continue reading

Shiniest Objects: No, We Heard You

Outside of the effects of massive game worlds ending, a few storied franchises got new life breathed into their latest releases. Horrible highlights included Ethan’s video debut at the Louisville Arcade Expo and some of our staff making a Boring game. Every day we are on the look out for the most interesting news items… Continue reading

Gaming Crushes: The Resiliency of Double Fine

Sure, I grew up as a huge fan of adventure games. There is no doubt that The Secret of Monkey Island shaped my love and appreciation of video games as an entertainment medium. Regardless of any of my nostalgic history with the roots of Tim Schafer and his team at Double Fine, being witness to… Continue reading

Videogame History has been Kickstarted

There is going to be a videogame history museum. After meeting and surpassing their original kickstarter goal, the good folks behind The Videogame History Museum sent out a letter of thanks to the museum’s supporters. Initially the goal was $30,000 but gamers stepped up again and donated $50,266 to the cause. The bulk of the… Continue reading

Help a Video Game Museum Find a Home

Every museum should have a home. Every museum that deals with the hobby we are most passionate about should have a home, yesterday. The Museum of Art and Digital Entertainment (MADE) is currently looking for a location in San Francisco. They have started using Kickstarter to drum up funding for the organization’s goal of $20,000…. Continue reading