Posts by Alex Langley
Justin Wong and Daigo “The Beast” Umehara compete in Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition.
Saturday Night Snapback features a smorgasbord of hype players, ridiculous combos, and down-to-the-wire finishes.
What’s better than mudcrabs with tophats and monocles?
Dwarfs!? is a fun, colorful, and surprisingly deep real time strategy game.
Starcraft 2 tournament: Stefano vs. SK MC.
Have you ever wanted to run a restaurant but, rather than serve food to living customers, you’d instead cater to the undead? Obviously someone has, and the game Dead Hungry Diner is proof.
Over the past decade, fighting games have become a booming source of entertainment, both as video games themselves and as battlegrounds for cyber athletes to compete in for tournament glory (and sweet, sweet cash).
Continuing my wrap-up of E3 2012, here are my thoughts on some of the other most high-profile games presented at this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo.
E3 2012 has come and gone like a wandering cow with a neon sign strapped to its back— slowly, but making sure to draw plenty of attention to itself.
Review: Indie Game: The Movie, a Sundance award-winning film and South by Southwest film festival selection, follows the makers of the games Braid, Fez, and Super Meat Boy through their very real, truly human laughter and pain.