Video Games Tag

Posted On November 25, 2015By Ascher RobbinsIn Girls, Manzone

#WCW: Alexa Vega

-Alexa Vega- Instagram: vegaalexa Twitter: @alexavega Known for: Starring in the Spy Kids series as a kid, which probably made her one of your teenage crushes. – Alexa Vega. The name sounds familiar because when you were in middle school, you totally thought she was awesome and hot and the coolest girl in the world. That’s because she starred in Spy Kids way back in 2001, and of course, she also appeared in the sequels to the original film. Time has been great for Alexa Vega, though. As we’ve all grown up, so hasRead More

Posted On November 18, 2015By Ascher RobbinsIn Girls, Manzone

#WCW: Rachel DeMita

-Rachel DeMita- Instagram: rademita Twitter: @RADeMita Known for: Being the voice of NBA 2K; being more knowledgeable about basketball than you. – If you’ve ever played NBA 2K16, the latest installment in 2K Sports bestselling NBA franchise, chances are you’ve noticed the gorgeous girl that is featured on “2KTV.” Her name is Rachel DeMita, and Rachel is probably most guys’ version of the perfect woman – she’s beautiful, she’s smart, and she knows her sports. Rachel is a former college basketball player – she played at Old Dominion – and current basketball analyst. While sheRead More

Posted On August 24, 2014By Brian WrayIn Buzzworthy, The Scene

A Non-Gamer’s Guide To Playing FIFA

What are some of the most popular video games of all time? I can think of a few…. there’s that game with space soldiers dressed in full body armor, then there’s the one with army people called to duty, and of course there’s the one with the hedgehog. But one that may not come to mind right away? A sports game. And the sport isn’t even popular in this country.   100 Million Copies Sold Worldwide The soccer game franchise FIFA has made a ton of money for EA Sports.Read More

Posted On August 21, 2014By Erdi ErdemIn Buzzworthy, The Scene

The Problem With Open World Gaming

I am a lifelong gamer. I have been interested in video games since I was 5 years old and I have been following and playing video games on all systems for the last twenty years. My favorite genre of game, in all that time has been role-playing and adventure games. These games allow a player to assume the role of a hero or important figure who then spends a long time growing and affecting the world in the game. In the last decade or so, this genre of gaming hasRead More

Posted On March 18, 2014By Matthew WalshIn Movies

Adaptation: Video Games and Film

A little over a week ago, Deadline Hollywood announced that The Last of Us, a popular video game published in 2013, had been greenlighted to become a feature film. The Internet exploded with simultaneous cries of joy and pain, with more pain than joy coming from the diehard gamers, and even more “meh” coming from people who have no idea why they should care.  Now that the proverbial storm has passed, I’d like to take a moment to examine what’s going on here. Content gets adapted to the silver screenRead More
#1 – Finding/Gathering all your Belongings If this one night stand happened due to a case of the blackouts, it is likely that your stuff is all over the place. It’s weird enough waking up in a place you barely remember coming back to, so the anxiety attack that you’ve lost all your things sets in quickly. Just get dressed, and begin to roam around the apartment until you stumble upon your wallet and phone. If your stuff isn’t there, then you are just shit out of luck. Call theRead More

Posted On January 2, 2014By Ascher RobbinsIn Advice For Men, Manzone

Five Manly New Years Resolutions

I get it bros. Most of us think we’re the most badass dudes in the world and that the only thing we need to change about ourselves is the car we drive or the money in our bank account. But no matter who you are, there is always room for improvement. Here are five easy, productive changes for men to make in 2014. Get it done.   #5 – Be a Fucking Gentleman Too many dudes these days don’t care enough about chivalry. No, you don’t need to give theRead More