7 Horror Movies We Want to See as Video Games

Over the years, numerous horror movies have been adapted into video games. The recent Friday the 13th, Alien: Isolation, Evil Dead: A Fistful of Boomstick, The Thing, and others have all translated classic horror flicks into games with varying degrees…

Die Hard Video Games: Exploring John McClane’s Virtual Exploits

John McClane is one of the most iconic action heroes ever created. The bare feet, the white vest, the razor-sharp wit – he’s a likeable, engaging, flawed hero you can really get behind. He’s also the character that truly made…

The Evolution of the Star Wars: Battlefront Series

Love Star Wars? Love video games? Well, as we all know, there’s plenty of choice out there. You can try 2D platformers, 3D racers, a Tekken clone, flight simulators, RPGs, RTS games, LEGO-based adventures, pinball simulations, and more. Still, some…

Sega Forever: Which Classic Games Do You Want to See Released?

While Sega has released some of its classic games on Android and iOS in the past few years, the brand new Sega Forever project is set to bring many, many more retro titles to mobile devices in the future. To…

Predator Video Games: A Brief History

Since his debut in the iconic 1987 movie, the Predator has appeared in plenty of video games. With that awesome design, badass wrist-blades, shoulder-mounted plasmacaster, and other stabby weapons, the Predator’s a great character to play as AND a terrifying…

10 Video Game Characters We Want to See Resurrected

A great protagonist can make an otherwise average game unforgettable, with a hook strong enough to bring you back again and again despite any obvious flaws. Think of the biggest characters in the gaming world, and how long these have…

From Deserts to Nukes: Remembering EA’s Strike Series

Throughout the 1990s, EA released five games in their Strike series. Beginning with ‘92’s Desert Strike and ending with ‘97’s Nuclear Strike, the franchise took players all over the world, let us pilot various high-powered vehicles, and mixed shooting with…

7 Old-School Cartoons Based on Iconic Video Games

Way back in the 80s and 90s, there were more cartoons than you could shake a stick of Acme dynamite at. They were a big deal, especially shows like Transformers, which were essentially long-running advertisements for must-have toys. Considering how…