All posts by Nick Negri

About Nick Negri

I like games, I like movies and I work on a TV show. If I have something to say i'll write it here. Stick around the site if you like what you read.

Do Game Release Dates Actually Matter?

Share This: Red Dead Redemption 2 is now coming Spring 2018: https://t.co/z4iypSBY53 pic.twitter.com/Dd3ZZDi6bE — Rockstar Games (@RockstarGames) May 22, 2017 I’m sure some of you saw this tweet and were bummed out, like me, over not being able to play Red Redemption 2 this fall. It’s always sucks when a game company offers an initial time frame and then has to go back on that time for whatever reason. As… Read Article →

Journey: Revisited 5 Years Later And How Indie Gaming Was Impacted

Share This: It’s been five years since thatgamecompany released their smash hit Journey. I recently replayed Journey and I’ll be talking about how the game stands up five years later and how some of this year’s indie classics may have been inspired by indie game. (While you read, it’s worth listening to the Soundtrack to Journey) So for those of you that don’t know Journey is an indie game originally released exclusively for… Read Article →

The Legend of Zelda Title Themes: Greatest Hits

Share This: Here at Gamerations we love our music and we especially love our Legend of Zelda music. So in honor of the franchise we made a video dedicated to the heart tugging title themes that have been presented to us over the past 30 years. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild (Nintendo Switch) Mini Review: After playing 11 hours of The Legend of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild,… Read Article →

Super Mario Run…For The Hills

Share This: Nintendo has released it’s next effort into mobile gaming with Super Mario Run and this gamer is not too thrilled with the result. It’s certainly a step forward for Nintendo to make an attempt at dominating the mobile market by release games such as Super Mario Run and Pokemon Go. The problem is that these games are praying on nostalgia driven fans, who will throw money at anything… Read Article →

All of Our Favorite Political Figures in Video Games

Share This: So with the Presidential election in the rear view and four years potential problems coming straight for the windshield, I thought it would be a good idea to bring up some of the great (and not so great) moments politics hit the video game realm. Kennedy, Nixon, McNamara and Castro (Call of Duty: Black Ops, Zombies): Did you ever wonder how some of our greatest political figures of… Read Article →

Vice’s New Gaming Channel Waypoint and the 72 Hour Twitch Stream

Share This: Happy Halloween Everyone! VICE’s new gaming channel Waypoint kicked was kicked off with a 72 hour stream. They played 72 games in 72 hours ranging from Gears of War 4 to Goldeneye on the N64. Waypoint even got in some table top games too. Myself, and Gamerations members Jesse and Dan were lucky enough be apart of the stream. We were apart of the Goldeneye hour, which was… Read Article →

The Best Reactions To Rockstar Teasing Red Dead (UPDATED)

Share This: So Rockstar pretty much made everyone freak out when they tweeted this on Sunday:   pic.twitter.com/BklXMlZ0UQ — Rockstar Games (@RockstarGames) October 16, 2016   And then this happened:   pic.twitter.com/iuwxwyL2cX — Rockstar Games (@RockstarGames) October 17, 2016 So Rockstar pretty much made everyone get super hyped for Red Dead. It’s a little Magnificent Seven Westworld type of feel we are looking at with the second image and I… Read Article →

Luke Cage and The Lack of Marvel Gaming

Share This: Marvel just released their third solo superhero series on Netflix on last Friday and I wanted to take a look at why there seems to be a lack of Marvel video games. Luke Cage Let’s start with the hot topic, Luke Cage. I think the series was an incredible installment in the Marvel universe. From the music to the script to the fact that Harlem was a living… Read Article →