Nathaniel Edwards is a freelance writer covering topics ranging from baseball and soccer to history and video games, based at his homepage, NathanielEdwards.com. He contributes articles and reviews to BlogCritics Magazine and is the gaming writer for KidzWorld.com. He specifically covers controversial video games at The Legal Arcade.
Baseball Stars Professional not really worth the asking price, but it's not a terrible game either.
A turn-based strategy for the iPhone, a winning combination.
2010 has been a breakout year for indie games in the mainstream, but which were best?
Originally a Flash game, Auditorium combines interesting gameplay with beautiful audiovisual elements to make a solid puzzle game.
Sonic games should not feel slow. Period. Were it not for that, this would be a solid title.
GameStop's monopoly over video game brick-and-mortar stores is teetering on the balance of irrelevance.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 suffers in presentation and production value, but still provides competition gameplay-wise to FIFA.
The new rosters and added Ultimate Team mode make for a solid, but underwhelming improvement this year.
Wideload Games creates endearing characters in a short time span with this quality family game.
Just a bit short of its 25th anniversary, Top Gun gets another video game. Is it any more than nostalgia?