The Intro: The Heroes of Might and Magic III are back, and this time, they’re in crisp HD. What does this mean? If you’re a fan of the original, it means several more hours and weeks of strategic combat goodness.
The Intro: The story of how Grow Home came to be is an interesting one. A few weeks before its release, Ubisoft released a statement which detailed how Grow Home started as an experiment by the developers within the company.
The Intro: Some of the greatest movies of all time are prison films – The Shawshank Redemption, Cool Hand Luke, The Green Mile, The Great Escape and several others. There’s a reason prison stories appeal to us, other than the fact that they depict an incredibly harsh reality in intriguing and emotionally affecting ways.
When the first gameplay trailers for The Order: 1886 came out, gamers worldwide were thrilled. Here was a cool-looking game which had werewolves, fantastic weapons and immortal knights!
The Intro: Resident Evil has become a survival horror benchmark. With a franchise as popular as it is, there are bound to be some inconsistent entries in there. As a fan of the genre or the franchise, you would be totally justified in having your reservations about Resident Evil: Revelations 2.
The Intro: Much like George R. R. Martin’s wildly popular series of books, Telltale started off its Game of Thrones franchise with an instalment that was essentially a slow burn.
Why are we so fascinated by monsters? We’re afraid of them, and yet we can’t help but be excited every time we hear a great monster story or watch a fantastic creature film. Throughout most of our lives, our fascination with monsters remains.
The Intro: “Zombies, zombies everywhere!” is something you might have muttered to yourself about the state of pop culture, or of the world in general. Even though we can pretty much agree that too many movies and games run to the zombie well for content, there’s still hope.
The Intro: A lighthouse, rain and a husky monologue, all framed together in wide angle. If you’re thinking that this describes a scene in every romantic coming-of-age move ever made, you would be right.