Articles Posted in the " video games " Category

  • Test Your Battle Strategy with MARVEL Battle Lines

    While at New York Comic Con this past weekend, I got the chance to play a demo of MARVEL Battle Lines, the new mobile game from NEXON Co., Ltd. and Marvel Entertainment. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.


  • A “Guardians of the Galaxy” Game Is (Probably) Due in 2017

    Last year, Telltale Games teased us with news that they were working on a game based on a Marvel film but wouldn’t say which one. A list of casting calls released by SAG-AFTRA organizers just gave us pretty solid evidence that we’re getting a Guardians of the Galaxy game. Telltale games has a pretty entertaining resume of games: […]


  • Comic Con Copenhagen Highlights

    Last weekend, I flew to Denmark to attend the first Comic Con Copenhagen. The convention being in partnership with GameStop, it was the place to be to try out new games as well as attend panels with guests from Fear the Walking Dead, Arrow, Bitten, Game of Thrones… Read our before commenting. Please do not […]


  • Why I’m Really Excited For Mass Effect: Andromeda

    The next chapter in the Mass Effect universe debuts in March 2017. Earlier this summer at E3, Bioware and EA (Electronic Arts) released Mass Effect: Andromeda’s newest trailer. Let’s just say I fangirled! It reminded me why science fiction is one of my favorite genres, why video games that gave you the opportunity to create your own […]


  • Free Queer Indie Games

    There are many free indie games available online: some better than others. I generally like pretty graphics and strong story lines, which aren’t generally the focus of free games. However, there are many areas not covered in games made by companies trying to sell to large audiences, or if they include them, it often ends […]


  • POLL: Favorite Video Game Crush?

    Whether or not you’re a casual or hardcore gamer, chances are you’ve encountered some seriously good-looking characters in the wide world of video games. Like TV shows and movies, fangirls and fanboys of video games are dedicated to their favorite characters, and after much discussion (and gushing) amongst writers and editors here at The Geekiary, […]


  • Convention Harassment and What Should Be Done About It

    Trouble cropped up at PAX East recently when a group of Lara Croft cosplayers were approached by a journalist who wasted no time in asking them lewd questions. Though the man was reportedly thrown out of the convention, it was disturbing enough that it was talked about by several people involved, including one of the […]