We are all well aware that video game movies, at least critically, are not good. The best you can do, typically, is rank them from “least bad” to “worst” - but that doesn’t mean they aren’t entertaining! So, I’m going to share my favorite top 5 “retro” video game movie adaptations.
Fortunately for me and other casual video editors, there are plenty of good free or low-cost options out there.
If you’ve spent any time in the Stardock community, you know that we love mods here. Between Galactic Civilizations III, Sins of a Solar Empire: Rebellion, Star Control: Origins, and our other titles, there are thousands of available mods out there from an abundance of talented creators.
Steam has introduced a new Points Shop. So, of course I had to go and check it out, though I’ll be honest that I was surprised at what I discovered about myself and my game buying habits.
When I started working at Stardock, a place that specializes in and celebrates space themed strategy games, my friend and I played a lot of Offworld Trading Company. He loved the idea that the maps were based on real places on Mars and that an actual planetary geologist was consulted in their creati
If you’re a fan of heavy strategy games like Galactic Civilizations, Civilization, Stellaris, etc, then I’ve compiled a list of strategy board games that you also might enjoy with your friends! Have a look!
While browsing the web the other day I stumbled on a mechanical chessboard called Square Off that lets you play chess on 20 different difficulty settings, or against someone else via chess.com.
Honestly, “puzzle game” is a fairly broad term. You’ve got your literal puzzle games like your Match 3’s (Bejeweled, Candy Crush, etc.) or your “piece it all together” games (like Glass Masquerade), but then the concept of “puzzle” game widens with games like Myst, Portal, Monkey Island, and a...
Summer isn't officially here for a couple of weeks yet, but it's the beginning of June and I'm getting my desktop ready for the beach. I like to keep some of my desktop themed with the seasons, and Summer is one of my favorites.
Who doesn’t remember (and even revere) the days of silly codes and secrets slipped into games? As I think back about how word traveled regarding these surprises, it astonishes me that they became as well known as they were in the days before the Internet.