GameZombie Reviews PS4: Sony Seems to Have Done it Again
Elaina Barr As I gazed at the PS4 and all of its stunning graphics and sleek new technology the first thing that I could not help but think was, “Wow I like how it’s all sleek and shiny on one side.” Yes it has stunning graphics and brilliant new features and fantastic game play, but let us take a moment to admire how they have made the whole damn system into ...
Dating Advice from Video Games: Leveling up, Romantically
Elaina Barr Despite what some adults seem to think, there is always something that you can learn from video games. Whether you are improving your hand-eye coordination, learning to problem solve, or just plain learning how to beat the game; you are retaining information. Some of that information can be used far beyond the limits of the game. Romance is not generally the first thing to come to mind when it ...
Downloadable Content: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
Jon Huckaba In recent years downloadable content, or DLC as it is referred to, has become more and more popular in the gaming industry. The idea that you would have to pay extra money to unlock extra content in the game that you loved seems like a match made in heaven. You may have to pay some extra money, but you had the option to extend the lifetime of your game ...
Terraria – From a Guy Who Likes Halo and Battlefield
Cameron Robinson Lets just intro this article by saying, I really enjoy first person shooters, I always have and most likely will for many years to come. I blame Halo: Combat Evolved to be honest. So when a friend told me about Terraria I really wasn’t interested. I had tried Minecraft, and numerous other world exploring games, but in the end I always became disinterested and bored. I guess I enjoy ...
Retro game review of Sonic the Hedgehog Executive Producer: Jake Smith Editor: Orrin Oliver Voice Work: Jeff Konetzki Music: From Killer Instincts.
Elaina Barr I am going to start by saying that I usually enjoy bringing personal elements into my articles for GameZombie, but this story is a difficult one to talk about. Last week I had dream that was both entertaining and disturbing on multiple levels. This was not the first time I had this dream, …keep reading »
Retro game review of Pokemon: Crystal Executive Producer: Jake Smith Editor: Bryce Bobula Voice Work: Tiffany Tresemer Music: Pokemon Crystal Game Music.
Retro game review of Tony Hawk Pro skater 2 Executive Producer: Jake Smith Editor: Mitchell Jaeger Voice Work: Kelsie Miller Music: Toy Story 2 video game.
Jaymic Schliesman I spent a long time staring at my computer wondering what I was going to write about this week. Thanksgiving is almost upon us, and I honestly can’t think about much besides going home in a few days to see my family. I’ve just felt so uninspired lately; I’ve been so busy getting …keep reading »
Katie Stull Dys4ia The strangest game that I have ever played is definitely Dys4ia. This flash game by Anna Anthropy is an autobiographical game about when the developer underwent hormone replacement therapy. However, the subject matter of the game is far from its strangest element. It is a series of mini games meant as a …keep reading »
By Kelsie Miller
John Kinzel A trailer is an important aspect of marketing your game. That part is obvious. But what people tend to forget is that trailers aren’t everything. Some awesome games didn’t have any trailers at all. This tends to be true with indie games that don’t have the budget for mass marketing. But for the …keep reading »
Retro game review of Pokemon Snap Executive Producer: Jake Smith Editor: Maddy Alsabbah Voice Work: Amy Czajkowski Music:No Cigar – Millencolin.
By Kelsie Miller
By Maverick Kien