Tetris (Movie) Review: The Most Insane Story In Gaming Makes For A Fantastic Biopic

Of the many events that have happened across the gaming industry, the story of Tetris is one of the most interesting. This simple puzzle game made in Russia had entire companies funding men to infiltrate the USSR to try and get their rights from their Ministry of Technology. Communist personnel played these capitalists off each other, with politics and corporate rivalry thrown in for good measure.

Resident Evil 4 (2023) Review: Still The Best, and In Some Ways, It's Even Better

When word came out that Resident Evil 4 (RE4) was getting a remake, a lot of people myself included were confused. The original Resident Evil 4 is one of the best games ever made, it was the perfect mix of classic RE horror and modernized action with easy-to-understand yet exciting gameplay. You know the third-person over-the-shoulder camera so many action games use today, that came from RE4, and it still plays great today, why would it need remaking? Boy, was I glad to be proven wrong.

Air (Movie) Review: The Nike Meets Michael Jordan Biopic Lands A Slam Dunk

So when I was a young journalist going to Journalist School in uni, we would learn a lot about advertising and primarily that advertisers do not sell you on a product, they sell you on an experience. The key example of this they would always use was Nike. Nike’s shoes sold the experience of feeling like a winner so it’s interesting to learn that Nike themselves were struggling in the early 80s and essentially took an all-or-nothing risk to sign on upcoming talent Michael Jordan, creating the Air

Interview: Katsuhiro Harada Talks About Bringing The Heat System In Tekken 8

We attended a preview for Tekken 8 that was held down in Singapore and hosted by none other than the head of the Tekken Zaibatsu himself Katsuhiro Harada. After duking it out in the latest King of Iron Fist Tournament, we caught up with Harada for an interview about the new mechanics present in Tekken 8, all translated by the game’s Producer Michael Murray.

Harada has been involved in the Tekken franchise since the very first game where he worked as the voice actor for Marshall Law, Yoshimitsu,