TellTale Wows with Walking Dead: A New Frontier

The end of most TV for the summer combined with the long weekend is the perfect time to catch up Telltale's The Walking Dead: A New Frontier before chapter five drops this Tuesday. The magic of Telltale is that through storytelling they manage to put the player directly in their favorite, movie, tv show, or...

BGN Game Review: Little Nightmares

Written by: Karla Clark You find yourself alone in what looks to be a dark, rain-soaked alleyway. You’re disoriented. After a bit of fumbling, you manage to find a tiny lighter that you carry on your person. As you explore and illuminate the area, you cradle it in your hands hoping that the flame won’t...

Injustice 2 Review

  By James Deshommes NetherRealm Studios a game company known for delving out some serious decent fighting games over the past few years such as Mortal Kombat, Mortal Kombat X and Injustice God’s Among Us has outdone itself with the new Injustice 2 DC fighting game. The game is well polished and enjoyable plus one that will...

Second Annual Game Devs of Color Expo announces speakers and arcade including 20+ games from around the world

  Brooklyn Gamery is proud to announce the lineup of the second annual Game Devs Of Color Expo, which is being organized by a team of indie game developers and marketing professionals including Catt Small and Shawn Alexander Allen. The event is being sponsored by Xbox and various other companies. The first of its kind to...

PaRappa the Rapper Remastered Review

  Written by: Karla Clark PaRappa the Rapper is back with beautifully remastered graphics and audio that almost make you forget it was originally released during a time when the Macarena was still a thing. However, as Brandy once said, almost doesn’t count. Leftover timing issues leave some parts of the game practically unbeatable, marring even...

BGN Book Review: ‘Mass Effect Andromeda – Nexus Uprising’

Spoilers ahead- As an avid video game lover (I had just purchased the new Mass Effect: Andromeda on Xbox One, the game which this novel is a prequel to), I literally jumped at the chance- I hopped up and down when I saw the email invite- to read one of the stand-alones based on my...

BGN Review: Watch Dogs 2

  By James Deshommes Twitter: JadesJa Instagram: jxndesign The highly anticipated sequel to Ubisoft Montreal Watchdogs has arrived in Watch Dogs 2. This time around you get a more vibrant colorful city as the series transitions from cold and rainy Chicago to the sunny palm trees and tech enthusiast dense environment of San Francisco. As we enter a...

The Nintendo Game Boy Origin Story

Written by Michelle In modern terms, the original Nintendo Game Boy had diminutive computing power. The thick, brick-like gray body housed a green tinted screen that displayed four shades of gray and required the skill of being able to angle the screen to get enough light to see, but not cause a glare. To the...

Critically Acclaimed ‘The Walking Dead: The Telltale Series – A New Frontier’ Continues in Episode 4 on April 25th

Fellow Survivors, Today we can share the official trailer and release date for the critically-acclaimed The Walking Dead: The Telltale Series - A New Frontier's upcoming Episode 4: 'Thicker Than Water'. Beginning Tuesday April 25th, players can download Episode 4: 'Thicker Than Water' on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC/Steam, iOS, and Android-based devices. The episode will...

PAX East Is Broadening Its Horizons

By Junae Benne  PAX is showing that it’s dipping it’s toe in this diversity pool. At PAX East ‘17, game developers, characters, and panels were riddled with people from all walks of life. A few projects that displayed diversity are the games: EarthNight and Absolver. There were also the distinct panels: Creating a Safe...
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