Aliya Tyus-Barnwell's first system was the old gray box known as the NES. Experience taught her that the assessment "hardcore" is not limited to games like Thrill Kill, and she's no longer ashamed to admit the cuteness of games like Dungeon Defenders. Now she writes techy news for Digital Trends and hones her fiction with the Brooklyn Speculative Fiction Writers.
I’m Batman. Not a snarky, gravel-voiced, cartoon diner-goer perpetually arguing with Superman, but a Lego superhero. Luckily, I’ve kept my dark, strange humor. I’ll need it for the game ahead … Read more
I have a slight obsession with all things-zombie. Zombie games, zombie books, the zombie apocalypse, zombie survival guides, Rob Zombie; the multitude of facets that make up this revolution of … Read more
Fallout came along as the second open-world RPG wherein the player’s choices had far reaching implications (the first was Wasteland). Forget about the obvious — of course killing certain NPCs … Read more