How ‘Life is Strange: Before the Storm’ Helped Me Empathize with my Fiancèe’s Loss

This is, ultimately, the power of the gaming medium when placed into the right pair of hands: the ability to completely replicate a feeling that the player may have never experienced

NXpress Nintendo Podcast 99: Live from E3 2017 (Part One)

After taking a week off, the NXpress crew is back with their impressions of Nintendo's E3 2017 digital event and this year most of us are on the show floor to also give our hands-on impressions of Super Mario Odyssey, Fifa, Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle, Fire Emblem Warriors and more.

Is The Nintendo 3DS On Life Support?

The Nintendo Direct presentation revealed further 3DS game releases this year, will this affect the Nintendo Switch?
John Wick Podcast

Sordid Cinema Podcast #506: ‘John Wick: Chapter 2’ and the Socio-Political Landscape

This week, the topic is John Wick Chapter 2, the Keanu Reeves-led sequel to the 2014 sleeper hit. Discussed: gun-fu choreography, set design, Buster Keaton, the socio-political landscape, The Matrix, John Woo, Clint Eastwood, and much more.

‘Life Is Strange: Before the Storm’, Episode One — ‘Awake’ is a Deep, Deep...

The first installment in "Life is Strange: Before the Storm" is clever, polished, and hella powerful.

Mysteries of the Wall: Impressions of the ‘Attack on Titan’ Season 2 Premiere

A look at the Season 2 premiere of 'Attack on Titan', and a few predictions about what to expect in the coming episodes.

Players We Want To Be Added To The NBA Playgrounds Roster

It’s been quite a while since a new arcade-style basketball game was released for home consoles and it's a niche that Saber Interactive’s is hoping to...

Winning the Battle but Throwing the War: Is Sony’s Downfall Imminent?

Often I'll see people on internet message boards scoff at the idea of the so called "console wars", calling the entire concept nothing more...

‘Metal Gear Solid 2’ at 15: Still Sending Players Down the Rabbit Hole

Time has been kind to Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty. Its excesses haven’t disappeared, but its innovations are now easier to appreciate. Much that seemed extravagant in 2001, when it was released for the Playstation 2, now feels prescient and relevant.

What the Gaming Industry Can Learn From ‘Splatoon’

With the end of the final Splatfest, Splatoon has had it's run in the spotlight. Nintendo's newest IP since Pikmin showed the gaming world that...