5 Most Popular Video Game Genres In The World

…watched “The Hunger Games”? If you did, well, this genre basically works like that where the goal is to become the last man standing amidst dozens or even hundreds of other players. And the way to do that? Hunger Games-style: by eliminating your opponents. Sports Games Sports games are one…

16 Strangest Japanese Video Games

Strange video games have existed since the dawn of gaming, but as they evolved from crude, pixelated graphics to slick realism, the Japanese have perfected the art of of the bizarre. Crude jokes, sexual humor, murder and mayhem – these are the elements used by Japanese designers to create some of the wildest video games...

Online Games Based on Movies

Throughout the years, Hollywood has produced an array of hit blockbuster films. Although thousands of movies that have been released, some have had a greater impact on fans than others. Certain movies have been so successful that they have been remade into video games and even online slots. In this…

10 Strange Nintendo Games of the Nineties

…early nineties by dozens of developers and publishers. In those hundreds, not all of them are winners, or even noteworthy, but some are charming and bizarre snapshots from the early days of video gaming. Here are 10 of the strangest Nintendo games of the nineties. Photo by Hello I’m Nik…

Fort Nite Creator Is Buying Huge Chunks of Land

Now this is odd news, but amazing news, too! Someone making tons of money wants to try and help save the earth by buying land up, so that it cannot be cut down. #win Tim Sweeney is known for founding the video and 3-D software company Epic Games in the…

Old Arcade Photos

These Old Arcade Photos Will Take You Back To Childhood

…For most of the 1980s and into the 1990s, there wasn’t a business in the world without a video game in it — restaurants, shoe stores, movie theaters, barber shops — and where there were video games there were teens killing time, blowing allowances and burning through cigarettes. If I…

World’s Craziest Dictators

1 Saparmurat “Turkmenbashi” Niyazov (Turkmenistan): Renamed a month after him; banned recorded music, video games and beards! In 1991, after the fall of Communism and the USSR, Turkmenistan found itself independent for the first time in a hundred years. The new president, Saparmurat Niyazov, was the obvious successor – he’d…