Inside GameLine: The Original Game Download Service

We no longer bat an eyelid when a new game is released as a digital download. In the days of high speed internet, incredible server sizes, and DLC, keeping your entire game library on your console is an entirely feasible, if frustratingly intangible, route to take. It must have been strange, then, when Atari 2600 owners first downloaded Cosmic Ark, Space Cavern, or Bank Heist to their systems back in the 1980s. 

Prey: A Short History From 1995 to 2017

With Prey's release just around the corner, I thought i'd delve into the history of the long-troubled IP. Back in 1997 it was looking like the first person shooter would never come to fruition. 20 years later Arkane and Bethesda have reimagined the resulting title to critical acclaim and widespread excitement. This buzz is not undeserved,... Continue Reading →

Nintendo’s Defining Moments

As the Nintendo Switch prepares for its official launch day, it's time to look back on some of the defining moments that made Nintendo the company it is to day, warts and all. 1956 - Hiroshi Yamauchi Visits A Tiny US Office In 1956, Nintendo was operating as a playing card company out of Kyoto.... Continue Reading →

Original Resident Evil Emerges in First Person

Resident Evil 7: Biohazard is barely a week old, and yet its first person perspective has many fans hooked. Rod Lima discovered a way to bring this new camera angle to the original games recently, and has uploaded his findings to YouTube. The Resident Evil community loved it. Diving in behind the scenes of Resident Evil: Umbrella Chronicles on the Wii,... Continue Reading →

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