Final Fantasy VIIs Release Model Is A Symptom Of A Larger Industry Problem

Final Fantasy VII  fans have been eagerly awaiting a next-gen adaptation for some time, during which time, they have been subjected to poor marketing moves, ad-hoc announcements and terrible interviews with low-level staff. These have combined to make, in my opinion, the pre-release of the Final Fantasy VII remake the stuff of nightmares. This all looked set to change


Left 4 Dead 3 Developer Intent on Launching the Game at E3 2016 Before Its Rollout in 2017!

Game developer Valve Corporation has been very quiet about its multiplayer shooter video game “Left 4 Dead 3” but it seems that it can no longer contain the numerous leaks that have been going around since last year. While Valve has yet to confirm any of the rumors and reports about the highly-anticipated third installment

Meet the 'Sherpas' Who Help Other Gamers Win at 'Destiny'

All screenshots from the ‘Destiny’ website Originating from the Tibetan word that literally translates as “Eastern people,” the Western conception of the term “Sherpa” is that of a mountain guide, someone who applies his or her acute knowledge of a vast and hazardous environment to escort any wide-eyed adventurers seeking to explore the terrain. This


The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD Comes Out as a Marvelous Graphical Update to a 10-year-old Gamecube Game

While most gamers are still waiting for the arrival of the action-adventure video game “The Legend of Zelda” on the Wii U Gamepad, Nintendo pulled a surprise recently by launching the “The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD” on its current generation gaming console, the 3DS. “The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess” was launched in


The Two Greatest Challenges Facing VR Gaming

Virtual reality has been a hot topic in the video game industry for a while now. This contrasts greatly to the 90s when VR headsets, particularly the notorious Virtual Boy, didn’t catch fire due to high price tags and unimpressive games. Soon we will see if PlayStation VR, Oculus Rift, and the many other companies


Video Game Music is an Ally to Classical Music

Classical music participation in the US suffered a 29 percent dip in the last twenty years, and, since 2010, the orchestras of Philadelphia, Louisville and Honolulu among others have filed for bankruptcy. In this dire scenario, where Beethoven’s Ode to Joy or Mahler’s Symphony of a Thousand do not seem to be enough, orchestras have


Tom Clancys The Division to Debut as a Strategy-Focused and Narrative-Driven Role-Playing Game on March 8, 2016

The open-world third person shooter role-playing game “Tom Clancy’s The Division” was officially announced by Canadian game developer Ubisoft during the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) 2013 held then at the Los Angeles Convention Center in California on June 11 to 13, 2013. More than two years have passed since that official announcement, the game has