With Halloween coming up, let's take a moment to look at some video game themed Halloween costumes that aren't as good as the rest. These Halloween costumes are scary for all the wrong reasons.

"I’m pretty sure that everyone who reads my articles knows how much I love survival horror. What they may not know is how big of a fan I am of the George Romero zombie movies. Which makes me surprised at how long it has taken me to continue my journey to Fiddler’s Green. I’ve had this title for quite sometime, yet I’ve never beaten it, nor really gotten myself invested in it."

"Vermintide's gameplay formula is nothing new, and doesn't bring much to the table. What makes this game worth playing however is the well-crafted world and the level design. Each level has a purpose in the story, and the way that purpose is fulfilled is carefully thought out."

The article details the importance of developers stepping outside of the formulaic approach to creating a game. It shows how taking risks can lead to success.

Sony and Bethesda can't agree to terms to allow mods for Fallout 4 or the upcoming Skyrim Special Edition, leaving the Xbox One as the potential leader for user created mod support in the future.

Star Wars has a firm foothold within pop-culture, and video games are no stranger to featuring cheeky Star Wars references. Even so, there have been some surprising cameos throughout the years in various games.

"Contrary to what most gamers believe, From Software made games before the Souls series. Don’t feel bad: I was taken aback by that as well. Luckily, I had already purchased this and the sequel before everyone figured out how amazing all of From Software’s games truly are. I rarely see this title, or any of From’s previous games on the used game shelves anymore, and if I do, they are pricey. Otogi: Myth of Demons was published by Sega on August 26, 2003 for the original Xbox."

Five hundred years after the events of Final Fantasy XIII-2, during the final thirteen days of the world's existence, Lightning is tasked with saving the souls of humanity in a world heading for destruction.
What better way to celebrate the end of the world than a series of awesome Cosplay ArtCards from Cosplayer Neko-Tin and photographers Studio Zahora and Pavel Tarbaev?

Cosplayer Haylee Elise and photographer What A Big Camera made this awesome piece of art using the white background to emulate some of the concept art for Cammy from SSFIV.
Cammy is one of the most popular characters in the Street Fighter franchise. In 2008, she won Capcom's official poll "Which character do fans most want in SFIV?". She was given the "Hottest Game Babe of 1993" award by Electronic Gaming Monthly and has since then become a popular subject of cosplay.