The last few years have seen some truly remarkable advances in the video game industry. Most recently, both virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) have experienced a great deal of exposure and success in regards to digital entertainment. Now that the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive are […]
The Analog Addiction editors assemble a list of their most anticipated games from E3 2016.
Here’s what we think after the first ten hours of this sci-fi RPG.
Australian video game developers are trying to find success in a billion dollar industry, but what’s the government doing to help, and are there any alternatives asks Nathan Manning
E3 2016 is currently less than three weeks away, so the entire gaming world is currently looking at the near future with optimism and curiosity. Each year, shortly before E3 officially kicks off, we here at Analog Addiction like to make some predictions about the show. These guesses […]
E3 is just around the corner, meaning that the industry big hitters are planning out their conferences, developers are putting together sizzle reels, and gamers are salivating at the thought of game announcements, countless new trailers, and game demos. From its inception in 1995, the Electronic Entertainment Expo […]
Blood and Wine doesn’t just want to be more Witcher 3, it wants to refine the experience.
Tom Clancy’s The Division has already broken many sales records since its release in March. But now that players have spent over a month in this post-pandemic version of New York – What do we truly think of The Division? Did it succeed? Or did it fail to […]
Nathan & Devon share their thoughts on the recent Battleborn Open Beta.
This past weekend saw DOOM expose the world to its open beta resulting in countless space marines and demons being brutally slaughtered. We here at Analog Addiction were among the players partaking in the bloodbath and have spent the last week organizing our thoughts to best convey our […]