Category: Articles

Apr
13

ARTICLE: Genkipro on Game Addiction and the Dangers of Bundles

… or how my Steam library grew from nothing to 7000 games, and why the gaming industry is doomed! Hi, I’m Genkipro and I’ve always liked games! I’m a gamer from way back. The first computer in my house when […]

Apr
08

ARTICLE: A Project Stream Beta Tester’s Thoughts on Google Stadia

After playing on Google’s Project Stream back in late 2018, I thought I’d share my feelings about Google Stadia and cloud gaming. Crossing the Streams Oh, Stadia. I’ve been wondering when something like you would show up. Looks like Google […]

Mar
18

ARTICLE: Five Game Series That I’d Like to See Come Back

Some Fondly Remembered Video Games With A Currently Indeterminate Future In today’s gaming world, there are certain games that we know will be pushed out every year or two, like Call of Duty, while some fan-favorites titles along the line […]

Jan
17

Article: Fighting Game Content Woes and the Failure of Esports Integration

A critical look at Street Fighter V and their in-game Esports efforts In this article, two things are under scrutiny: 1) The lack of content and how Capcom has solved it historically with examples. 2) Street Fighter V’s lack of […]

Jan
01

Article: Save or Quit’s Best Games of 2018

Pop the bubbly and get ready for the celebration, 2018 is coming to a close.  Let’s take a look at the games our staff enjoyed the most in 2018 as we look forward to 2019.

Oct
25

ARTICLE: Why an Input Lag reducing patch for Street Fighter V is a huge deal for its community

Street Fighter V Input Lag Update Recently, within the niche corners of fighting games, it was announced that Street Fighter V was receiving a reduction in input lag which was just implemented on the 23rd of October. This was actually […]

Sep
08

ARTICLE: A History of FPS rogue-lites

Do you like first-person shooters? Do you like rogue-lites? Check out what happened when both were mixed together.

Sep
02

ARTICLE: A History of the words roguelike and rogue-lite (they do have a different meaning)

If you see anyone inappropriately using the term roguelike to describe a game that does not even belong to the genre, send them this article.

Jul
13

ARTICLE: Neon Chrome: Overseer 5.0

Neon Chrome is widely said — by Genkipro — to be the best twin-stick shooter money can buy. But recently Genkipro had a rude awakening.

Jul
01

ARTICLE: Running Scared

The end of 2018 will be an exciting time for gamers. One landmark game will probably dominate the charts. Can you name it? Read on as I wax lyrical on the subject.