Behind almost every great game is a great villain. Sure, these villains almost always get ousted by the game’s protagonist – but often, it’s the villain that gets remembered long after the game gets turned off. Throughout video game history, there have been countless villains that have struck fear in the hearts of gamers. Looking
The Gravity trailers keep rolling in, and each new one provides more tension and drama than the last. The latest clip to debut is titled, “I’ve Got You”, and features a harrowing deep space rescue. Head on down below to check it out. There’s also a new poster to compliment the theme of the trailer.
EA has put out a new trailer to detail the changes coming to the Battlelog site for the upcoming release of Battlefield 4. This site and companion app will allow B4 gamers to stay in touch with their career, and other players like never before. It will also allow them to interact with the game
A new 40-second international trailer has been released for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, which stars Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss Everdeen. This spot does feature a few brief new scenes covered with asian looking captions, so it’s definitely worth a viewing if you’re a die hard fan of the Hunger Games universe. Head on down
Tommy Tallarico holds the world record for working on the most video games with over 300 titles under his belt. He is a veteran of the gaming industry, namely in the music space, but also as an ambassador for the medium itself. Recently, at TEDx, Tommy gave an 18-minute presentation on the touchy subject of