1UpOnCancer is a non-profit organization gaming community that helps U.S. adults with cancer pay their medical bills. To date, 1UpOnCancer has awarded over $100,000 in financial assistance toward the bills of cancer patients. However, with the recent troubles with coronavirus quarantine, multiple gaming events and conventions have been postponed or canceled, impacting 1UpOnCancer’s ability to […]
We’re still stuck inside but that means we have time to check out games like the VR retro throwback Pixel Ripped 1995, the “holypunk brawler” Obey Me, the SEGA arcade classic G-LOC Air Battle and the sci-fi/Lovecraft mash-up Moons of Madness for the latest Gamebox 2.0
Digital Dragons Indie Celebration is an online event that will stream demos from 50 indie game studios. Start May 13th, games will be presented on Steam and some will be available for playable demos. The event is produced by Karkow Technology Park, Walkabout Games, AMD, and Valve. The full list of games are: Ars Fabulae […]
While we’re still stuck inside, we checked out some newly released games for the latest Gamebox 2.0. We got to play the latest game in the legendary Bubble Bobble series, an 80s action homage on Oculus Quest and a pair roguelike tactical RPGs.
Debuting in 1983, Saturday Supercade turned some of the biggest arcade hits at the time like Frogger and Donkey Kong into animated segments where Frogger was a reporter, Donkey Kong was constantly on the run from Mario, Q-Bert was a 50s teen comedy and more.
As we get ready for PAX East at the end of this month, we got to check out a ton of interesting games for this month’s Gamebox 2.0, including a personal Fighting Fantasy adventure with Eddie Marsan, a dystopian nightly news broadcast simulator and more.
Nerdy video game developer Miles finds himself becoming the latest “contestant” on Skizm, a live-streamed deathmatch pitting random people against each other, and with a gun bolted onto each hand.