Gaming Retrospective: Why Was Tetris So Successful?
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Gaming Retrospective: Why Was Tetris So Successful?

Tetris is an anomaly in the computer game world. Let’s explain why. There are very few truly abstract games. We count board games, children’s playground games, sports, video games, all-inclusive. Most games are a stand-in for real-world challenges, or an interpretation of themes from fiction or mythology, which in turn draw inspiration from real-world narratives. Strategy…

The 16 Best Fighting Games of the Sega Dreamcast Era
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The 16 Best Fighting Games of the Sega Dreamcast Era

Alright, let’s get one thing straight: the Sega Dreamcast may not have had the longest lifespan, but it sure packed a punch during its heyday. Among its many contributions to gaming, its catalog of fighting games stands out as a glorious testament to what happens when you mix top-notch hardware with creative developers unafraid to…

The 25 Ugliest Pokémon: A Snarky Celebration of the Un-Aesthetic
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The 25 Ugliest Pokémon: A Snarky Celebration of the Un-Aesthetic

The Pokémon world is full of majestic creatures, but let’s face it, not all of them are destined to grace the covers of fashion magazines. Some Pokémon have faces (and bodies) only a mother could love. Here’s our authoritative yet cheeky guide to the 25 Pokémon whose designs are, shall we say, uniquely challenging. Garbodor…

17 Best PS4 Horror Games: The Definitive Guide for Fear Seekers

17 Best PS4 Horror Games: The Definitive Guide for Fear Seekers

Welcome, thrill-seekers and fear aficionados, to a spine-chilling expedition through the PS4’s most terrifying offerings. From zombies that redefine the term “relentless” to psychological mind-benders that make your worst nightmares look like a stroll in the park, these horror games are the crème de la crème of the PlayStation 4. Dying Light Dying Light isn’t…