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San Diego Comic-Con 2016 Trailer Wrap-Up

San Diego Comic-Con 2016 Trailer Round-Up

By Shakyl Lambert - Jul 26, 2016

With this year’s San Diego Comic-Con having come and gone, studios had to bring out some of their big guns in order to get people buzzing. They definitely did not…

When Everyone Is A Trekkie, No One Is A Trekkie 2

When Everyone Is A Trekkie, No One Is A Trekkie

By Phil Brown - Jul 22, 2016

This weekend a new Star Trek flick is hitting screens. On top of that, it’s also the weekend of the geek mecca known as San Diego Comic-Con. In theory this…

The Battle for PC Bang Supremacy in Korea

The Battle for PC Bang Supremacy in Korea

By Cassandra Marshall - Jul 18, 2016

eSports is, at its heart, about competition. Players and teams clash against each other in a battle of wits, skill, and tenacity. While fans are usually glued to a duel…

CGM’s Anime Picks – Summer 2016 Edition 6

CGM’s Anime Picks – Summer 2016 Edition

By Elias Blondeau - Jul 15, 2016

Unless you’re in Antarctica, you are no doubt starting to feel that familiar summer feeling set in. The shining sun, the baking heat, and the increasing desire to crawl into…

The Pros and Cons of Pokemon Go 8

The Pros and Cons of Pokemon Go

By Brendan Quinn - Jul 12, 2016

If you haven’t noticed, a little game called Pokémon Go was released last week, and apparently it’s been a huge success with people of every age, race, and creed. It’s…

Is The Longer Batman V. Superman Any Better?

Is The Longer Batman V. Superman Any Better?

By Phil Brown - Jul 11, 2016

Oh the curious case of Batman V. Superman: Dawn Of Justice. Intended to kick off blockbuster season in 2016 as well as an entire universe of DC superhero flicks from…

Let’s do That Again: Injustice 2 E3 2016 Preview

Let’s do That Again: Injustice 2 E3 2016 Preview

By Cody Orme - Jul 5, 2016

When Injustice: Gods Among Us first released in 2013, it was awesome. It’s kind of weird to think a full-fledged DCU superhero fighting game hadn’t already done, or at least…

Mafia III Preview: Gangsters’ Paradise 24

Mafia III Preview: Gangsters’ Paradise

By Cody Orme - Jul 1, 2016

“As far back as I can remember, I always wanted to be a gangster.”

CGM’s Best of E3 2016 14

CGM’s Best of E3 2016

By Aleksander Gilyadov - Jul 1, 2016

E3 2016 has come and gone, bringing with it an expected barrage of exciting announcements and excellent demos both on the stage floor and behind closed doors. Sony and Microsoft…

A Grounded God of War Is What We Need

A Grounded God of War Is What We Need

By Aleksander Gilyadov - Jun 29, 2016

God of War’s long-awaited return was one of the biggest talking points and highlights of this past E3. Kratos’ surprise reveal during Sony’s press conference was met with loud applause…

The Fall of Turtle Power

The Fall of Turtle Power

By Phil Brown - Jun 3, 2016

All right, it pains me to do this. I’m a guy who collected every conceivable bit of Ninja Turtle merchandise available circa 1990. I’m certain there was a day when…

“Let’s Kick Shell”: Why Turtles In Time Still Matters

“Let’s Kick Shell”: Why Turtles In Time Still Matters

By Elias Blondeau - Jun 1, 2016

In the early 1990’s, cartoon tie-in games weren’t known for their quality. Both the arcades and home consoles were awash in an ocean of mediocre licensed titles made to drive…

Doom or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the FPS 5

Doom: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the FPS

By Brendan Quinn - May 26, 2016

Like many people my age, I feel as though I’ve outgrown—or at least become fatigued with—the FPS genre. I’ve been playing FPS games since the original Doom essentially created the…

PS4.5 Is Not All Bad News

PS4.5 Is Not All Bad News

By Aleksander Gilyadov - May 10, 2016

There’s a lot of negativity surrounding the increasing rumors of a potential PlayStation 4.5, the upcoming, upgraded version of the PlayStation 4.

The Top Ten Witch Movies

The Ten Best Witch Movies of All Time

By Phil Brown - Mar 31, 2016

Recently, a lil’ horror movie called The Witch was released and caused quite a ruckus. Deservingly so, too. Rob Eggers’ film was one of the most striking horror debuts in…

E3 is Evolving, Not Dying 6

E3 is Evolving, Not Dying

By Brendan Frye - Mar 28, 2016

The gaming industry is only a few months away from this year’s E3 Expo, and several major brands are deciding it makes more sense to skip the show floor this…

The Top Ten Winter Misery Genre Movies

The Top Ten Winter Misery Genre Movies

By Phil Brown - Mar 24, 2016

Thanks to global warming, hitting March does not mean that we’re out of winter yet! In fact, we’re probably in the midst of the worst winter stretch. You know, that…

Hadouken: A History of Street Fighter

Hadouken: A History of Street Fighter

By Aleksander Gilyadov - Mar 21, 2016

Fighting games have been a mainstay for decades now. The concept of dishing out cool combos and controlling powerful and eccentric characters has been around since the 1980s. Gathering around…

Opinion: Should The Witcher 3 be Game of the Year 5

Is The Witcher 3 Still Game of The Year Material

By Brendan Quinn - Mar 16, 2016

I’ve been holding off on writing this article for quite a while now. I needed time to collect and focus my thoughts, as well as spend some deep time with…

Zombies and Gore: A Brief History of Resident Evil

Zombies and Gore: A Brief History of Resident Evil

By Aleksander Gilyadov - Feb 29, 2016

People just love getting spooked, don’t they? Horror has been a mainstay in entertainment for hundreds of years, whether it’s Edgar Allan Poe’s eerie short stories or the 1980’s deluge…