The predecessor of the Soul Calibur series, and a forgotten classic in its own right, 1995's Soul Blade for the Sony PlayStation made an indelible mark on what I look for in video games from the moment its bombastic opening theme song crashed through the screen.
When you walk into the Game On 2.0 exhibit at the Ontario Science Centre, the first thing you’ll notice is a massive projection of PONG. That’s to be expected. The new gallery chronicles the history of video games and PONG is doubtlessly one of the originals.
This weekend, the Ontario Science Centre launches Game On 2.0, an extensive exhibition and celebration of all things video games, and Dork Shelf got a sneak peek at the 150-plus (playable!) games on display.
The Wii U has finally arrived. Now that the first reviews are trickling in, we want to explore what the first crop of games tell us about the Wii U’s potential as a hardcore and mainstream gaming platform.
Jet Set Radio, an extreme in-line graffiti action game, is one of the most memorable games of Sega’s final stride on their own turf. And, oh look, now it’s in HD.
This hilarious “Top 50″ video has been making the rounds online today, it highlights some of the 50 worst voice acting performances in video game history. Absolutely priceless. It takes me back to a more innocent time in my game filled youth. Most of the games featured on the list are from the late 1990′s […]