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Play NYC Could Mean Big Things For New York’s Gaming Scene

Share This: August 21st and 22nd delivered us a gaming convention, the likes of which New York City has never seen before. Play NYC was New York’s FIRST dedicated gaming convention and my only thought is, what took so long?! Co-Founder Dan Butchko and his team at Playcrafting did an excellent organizing an event that brought in New York based developers showing off over 100 games. So first and foremost, big… Read Article →

THE BOYS OF SUMMER – Overwatch Lucioball Gameplay

Share This: The Overwatch Summer Games are back and we’re gonna play some Lucioball, our favorite American pastime. If you haven’t caught up on this season’s Lucio Ball world championships, I’m pretty sure you can catch it on Netflix now. If you like what you see be sure to give this video a like, subscribe to our channel, and leave a comment below! You can find more things Gamerations in… Read Article →

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 →

Why everyone should Play Dungeons & Dragons

Share This: For years I have wanted to play Dungeons & Dragons, but never had a group of adventurers brave enough to take the leap. After years of watching groups like Acquisition Inc, Tabletop Adventures/Escapades I longed for an adventure. Finally this year I was asked to take out my dice and roll for initiative. D&D might be something that seems extremely overwhelming and intimidating to someone unfamiliar with the… 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 →

Breaking Down Trailer Breakdowns

Share This: In film production, everything that appears onscreen is referred to as mise-en-scène. This includes the lighting of a scene, the composition of the shot, and the character’s appearance. Essentially, everything the viewer sees has been meticulously thought out by the production crew. Nothing is there by accident. So, when it comes time for a new game or console announcement, or both like just this past week, the community… 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 →

Telltale Batman: Ep 2. Children of Arkham Review

Share This: The newest installment of Batman: The Telltale Series was released on Tuesday, September 20th. While I will be reviewing each episode as they are released, I will not be giving the game a final score until all five episodes have been released. You can read my episode one review here. Episode two of Batman takes place almost immediately after the events that end the first episode. Bruce Wayne… Read Article →

Will GameStop be the Next Blockbuster?

Share This: As a kid, I loved going to Blockbuster. Wandering the aisles looking for a new movie or game to rent and enjoy over the weekend. Blockbuster was responsible for some of my earliest gaming memories, back in the day of Nintendo 64 and GameBoy Color. It also provided a much cheaper alternative to buying games from Best Boy or Toys R Us. But, due to the rising popularity… Read Article →