Twin Galaxies Editorial Staff
The first-person shooter genre is a staple of the video game industry and many of the largest franchises in the world call it home. From humble beginnings to dominating the sales charts, the first-person shooter is a top player in the gaming industry.
Indie video game studios often present a widely varied array of game design which can seldom be found among AAA titles, but with a market packed to the brim with developers, how does a developer stand out from the crowd?
Twitch, Facebook, and YouTube strive to host the best gamers around on their streaming platforms - but what do streamers really want? Plus, do Twitch's new guidelines go too far, or not far enough?
Love is in the air! As new multiplayer and gaming communities have brought players closer together, personal relationships have evolved through these platforms. Meanwhile, are games exploring romance and relationships as well as they could?
The Battle Royale genre is booming with games like BATTLEGROUNDS and Fortnite fighting to keep their market share. But can they keep their player bases when cheating is becoming such a big issue, and negative press from toxic streamers is so prevalent?
With the rise of collegiate eSports teams, and the ages of pro players dropping rapidly, can organizations like Collegiate Starleague and NACEsports help guide young players to a successful future beyond just playing the game?
Companies like Atlus USA, Bandai Namco, & more are bridging the gap between Japanese and Western video games. Can this cultural connection change the gaming landscape as we know it worldwide?
The video game industry is as big as ever and the pressure for developers to meet deadlines and deliver high quality games can result in a wide array of negative issues for those working behind the scenes.
Following new information provided and action taken in other venues, Twin Galaxies Adjudication has issued a statement regarding the ongoing dispute of Billy Mitchell's Donkey Kong records.
Microsoft has made some very high-profile moves as of late. Between looking into buying EA, acquiring PlayFab, and starting up the Xbox Game Pass soon, is Microsoft staying relevant or struggling to keep up?
With good things come bad and with diversity come those who tilt their nose up at it. Topics include body shaming and representation in video games and cosplay, as well as quality in video game character creators.
Twin Galaxies is the place to be when it comes to high-scoring and point-pressing achievements in video games. We're always on the look out for the best and here are some of them on the Atari 2600 from January 2018 alone!
As esports continues to exponentially grow, corporate juggernauts ESPN and Disney partner to get a better piece of the pie with both NFL Madden and Twitch streaming.
In the wake of damning information provided by a former Twin Galaxies Referee, a formal decision has been made in the Todd Rogers Dragster dispute which has resulted in his total removal and banning from Twin Galaxies Scoreboards.
Fnatic DOTA 2 team cut longterm player Ohaiyo on short notice and leaves Fnatic fans divided. Meanwhile Overwatch League player xQc's is fined and suspended for a homophobic slur and a CS:GO player admits to cheating to no consequence.
We at TG Editorial would like to clear the air regarding our recent interview with Dragster creator David Crane and the recent video posted by YouTube personality Apollo Legend
it Super Smash Bros. still a legitimate competitive esports scene? Plus, discussion of Dragon Ball FighterZ's beta performance and whether Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition's is too little, too late.
With new guidelines coming into play, YouTube appears to be cutting opportunities for small-time creators. Plus, debate over the response of law enforcement to video game-related crime.
Guests discuss heavy concern regarding safety and anonymity in recent online trends, questions regarding the use of AI as a marketing tool, and the abuse allegations facing Quantic Dreams.
Is Blizzard's Overwatch League everything they promised? Does it deliver the future of esports, or was the hype train DOA?
Overwatch League and NALCS appear to have a white male problem. Are developers doing enough to foster diversity in esports, and is it their job to do so?