2016 was a huge year for video games, but more specifically it was a huge year for the PlayStation 4. Continue reading “Top 5 2017 PS4 Exclusives We Can’t Wait to Play”
2016 felt like finding an old lamp, rubbing it, and then getting a really uncool genie. The kinda guy that just wasn’t trying to help you at all. Like if you wished that Pokémon was real he would grant your wish, but he’d only make that garbage Pokémon real. Basically it was a year full of bad stuff, which made a lot of people hate it. But under the shroud of unfortunate and horrible events that formed around 2016, there were a few really cool games. Continue reading “Funke’s Top 5 Games of 2016”
Last Friday voice actors gathered together to start a strike against video game publishers, and one Ryerson actor is in the middle of it. Continue reading “Ryerson voice actor on strike against video game publishers”
The room was filled with tension, high stakes, and arcade sticks at Ryerson’s first Mortal Kombat tournament this past Sunday. Continue reading “Ryerson hosts one of its first major eSports tournaments”
A mini-retrospective on Rapture
Its been nine years since the original Bioshock came out – a game where players dove face first into the twisted underwater dystopia known as Rapture – and to this day it remains one of the creepiest, most discomforting games out there. The twisted atmosphere has spanned over two sequels, and with the recent release of Bioshock: The Collection, you have the chance to play all of them again. Continue reading “How Bioshock’s Intro Sequence Changed The Way I Look At Horror Games”
There’s an awful summer stigma in the video game community where a lot of people think its bad to have a few months where there aren’t blockbuster titles coming out every weekend, and I think those people are wrong. If AAA video games were releasing frequently all year round I would probably just get tired of them, and experience a summer blues because each title would have way less of an impact. Continue reading “4 PS4 Games You Need to Play Before Fall”
The series has come a long way in it’s 17 years after first arriving in North America.
Today is the 17th anniversary of Smash Bros! The series has come a long way in it’s 17 years after first arriving in North America. I decided to look back on each iteration of the Super Smash series.