What makes game design work, and what do game developers do to keep the player invested? New ideas, careful attention to detail, and constantly introducing new gameplay elements at a steady pace. Let's study one of the best platformers to come out in a decade.
Just how fast can Sonic the Hedgehog actually run? Based on evidence from the Sonic video games, can this SEGA mascot really break the sound barrier? Game Theory takes its second look at the Sonic franchise.
Every video game shares the same universe, and that universe just so happens to be the real world. By tracing a path through video game crossovers, Game Theory proves that Kratos could appear in Starcraft alongside characters from Super Mario RPG...
We're branching out to tackle the game shows Let's Make a Deal and The Price is Right to give you a strategy guide for winning thousands of dollars in fabulous cash and prizes the next time you find yourself in a studio audience.
Mario games aren't platformers--they're elaborate role-play. We're delving into the twisted psyche of Princess Peach with the help of Ms. Pac-Man, kidnappers-for-hire, and Walt Disney. And PS. Super Mario Bros. 3? NEVER HAPPENED!
Donkey Kong Country is one of the best platformers on the SNES, but it also has a dark secret. What do K. Rool, Klump, Krusha, and the rest of the Kremlings have to say about America's secret past? Get ready 'cause this sh** is bananas.
SPORTS! Get ready to rumble as we take down the 8-bit Iron Mike Tyson. Can analyzing the Kid Dynamite's fights help ScrewAttack's Stuttering Craig KO Mike's NES equivalent? It's a 90's dance party as we Jock Jam our way through Punchout's Dream Bout.
A lot of big changes are coming to Gaijin Gamer, including a brand new name for the show, "Game Exchange". This sadly means I won't be able to put up new episodes for a few weeks, but I hope to make this show even better than before!
This week, Jared previews an epic iOS RPG. Nick tries to beat TMNT 2 for CHALLENGE MONDAY! Sean becomes the last reporter to interview the folks at Zipper Interactive. A very special guest appears on Zelda Wednesday. Game Theory talks about headshots and ScrewAttack acquires some corporate sponsors. Not to mention we've got all of the great Reviews, Hard News, and Random Awesomeness that has graced ScrewAttack over the past week!