Angelo D’Argenio is an 8 year veteran of game’s journalism with an addiction to fighting games, artistic indie games, and JRPGs. He has written for several outlets and once served as an editor and video game liaison for Doug Liman, the producer of the Bourne Identity. He is the current president of Disorganization XIII, a panelist group that you can find performing at conventions all over the east coast. When he isn’t writing about games or playing games you can find him running the NJ Rejects tournament series, putting on video game based art pieces, or working on Broken Sky, an indie game project of his own. He also plays a mean game of Tetris Attack.
10 Dumbest Ways to Die in Video Games
There are still some ways to die in video games that make us rage and throw our controller, not because they are cheap, but because they are stupid.
Best Horror Movies of 2013
You may be hard pressed to find a movie that actually terrifies you from 2013, but you can still have some fun by getting a bunch of friends together, turning off the lights, and popping in one of these movies that make our 2013 horror films list.
Who Won the Console War?
The next generation of consoles is upon us, so it’s time to answer the questions that have been on every gaming fanboy’s mind since this generation started, "Who won the console war? Was it Sony with the PS3, Microsoft with the Xbox 360, or Nintendo with the Wii?" Well let’s take a look at the competitors and find out, shall we?
E3 Press Conferences – The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
The first day of E3 2013 is over, kind of. The Monday before the convention actually opens up is known as press conference day, when all of the big names in gaming come together to show us what they have in store for the convention. Microsoft, EA, Ubisoft, and Sony all held press conferences on Monday this year, with Nintendo deciding to opt out, instead hosting one of its normal Nintendo Direct c
Opinion: Why Do We Encounter the Summer Slums
Ah, the summertime. The sun is shining, the water is warm and inviting, people are going on vacation, and gamers have absolutely no important game releases to look forward to. Maybe we will see a licensed title here or there for the big summer blockbuster movies, but on the whole, important video game releases simply don’t happen in the summer. Why is this? Why does our industry seemingly get put
Bethesda Confirms Development of Doom 4
According to Kotaku, Bethesda is working on a new version of Doom 4. What the heck happened to the old Doom 4?
XI3 Responds to Valve “The Piston Is More Than Just a Steam Box”
Xi3, the makers of the Piston mini-computer, have issued a response to Valve’s recent public statement distancing themselves from the company. CEO of Xi3, Jason A. Sullivan, says that the piston will be something more than Valve’s Steam Box and that Xi3’s vision is contrary to Valve’s as they wish to offer compatibility for several gaming platforms.
Apollo Justice Is a Pirate Now
Ace Attorney fans were pleased to hear that the most recent installment in the series, Ace Attorney 5, was going to star the iconic series protagonist, Phoenix Wright. Phoenix was reduced to hobo status in Ace Attorney 4, in which he was stripped of his legal license, forcing him to act as a mentor to the series’ new protagonist, Apollo Justice. However, the end of Ace Attorney 4 saw Phoenix re-in