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RetroLiberty Aaron Stapish Interview

By Dennis Patrick On September 23, 2014

Video games have come a long, long way. From small little pixels in a defined space to massive beautiful worlds to explore. While we may eag... read more


Square Enix Will Start Developing Titles For Core Gamers

By Dennis Patrick On March 31, 2014

Square Enix appears to have lost sight of things when they realized that their little niche title started to sell very well world wide. The ... read more

Metal Gear Solid 5 The Phantom Pain

Kojima Metal Gear Solid: The Phantom Pain “Too Big To Clear”

By Dennis Patrick On March 6, 2014

If you’re on the edge if you should pick up Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes on count of the game being rather short, you should make... read more


Hideo Kojima Ideally Looking For GTA Style For Metal Gear Solid

By Dennis Patrick On February 24, 2014

We’ve talked about this several times before and we’ve heard this countless times from Hideo Kojima. The man who has been workin... read more


Final Fantasy VII HD Remake “It Would Take A Lot To Make It Happen”

By Dennis Patrick On February 17, 2014

Majority of fans of the Final Fantasy series would easily admit that the best video game in the franchise would be Final Fantasy VII. The cl... read more


Naughty Dog Deciding On The Last of Us 2 or New IP

By Dennis Patrick On February 10, 2014

To say Naughty Dog is a popular game development studio is a vast understatement. There’s no telling as to what the developers will co... read more


Hideo Kojima Looking For New Metal Gear Solid Successor

By Dennis Patrick On February 5, 2014

Hideo Kojima is the father of the Metal Gear Solid series. For years, Kojima has brought out a successful video game in the series though th... read more

Jay Ness

(Exclusive Interview) Director Jay Ness – Silent Hill Anniversary

By Dennis Patrick On February 1, 2014

Very few video games give off a truly frightening experience. Survival horror has turned into nothing more than survival action with a few j... read more