Jon Ledford first started at Arcade Sushi thinking that it was a sushi barcade, which unfortunately doesn't exist..yet. With distinct opinions in regards to gaming and a deep fondness of 90's cartoons, anime, B movies, and RPGs with world maps (no lists of cities and destinations, thank you), Jon spends his off time patiently waiting for an HD remake or sequel to Final Fantasy 6. Graduating magna cum laude from Rowan University and Atlantic Cape Community College's 2010 Communication Major of the Year, Jon is also the leader of an underground resistance fighting against the forcing of motion technology into the world of console gaming. Feel free to follow him @JonLedford.
Worst to First: Call of Duty
To celebrate the release of Call of Duty: Black Ops III, we're reloading and staying in cover as we review the 10 best hits of the franchise, going from worst to first. Ever since we first played as Private Joe Martin in the original 2003 Call of Duty and starting mowing down Nazis during Operation Overlord (the Battle of Normandy), players felt like their actions were important and greatly impacted both the battlefield and the lives of their fellow soldiers onscreen. There was something about the franchise that just made it standout from its contemporaries. While Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare would help the series become a household name and an online multiplayer phenomenon, lets not forget its origins.
Worst to First: James Bond Games
As the world is waiting for Daniel Craig to return to the suit and play our favorite martini-swigging, dame-slaying and bad guy-shooting special agent in Spectre, it's time we look back at 007's 10 best games in order to rank our favorite James Bond missions. As with most license-based franchises, the James Bond series has had its fair share of clunkers over the years, and the good 007 games out there are vastly outnumbered by the mediocre ones. Luckily, a few of them have beaten the curse of licensed games and established themselves as excellent titles in their own right.
PewDiePie and Sarkeesian Make Time’s ’30 Most Influential People on the Internet’ List
The popular YouTube personality PewDiePie and feminist game critic Anita Sarkeesian were included amongst Time Magazine's 30 Most Influential People on the Internet.
New Guitar Hero Announcement Reportedly Coming Next Month
While all you living room musicians out there are jonesing for more Rock Band info, Guitar Hero could be restringing for a new gig on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Predator, Tanya and Tremor Headed to Mortal Kombat X (Updated)
The cloaking hunter from another world, the Predator, has been inadvertently revealed by the Xbox Store as a new fighter coming to Mortal Kombat X. We also get to take a look at Mileena and Takeda in action.
Star Wars Battlefront to Debut at Star Wars Celebration in April
EA has announced that next month's Star Wars Celebration fan convention will mark the debut of not only the next trailer for The Force Awakens, but the unveiling of Star Wars Battlefront.
Nintendo Intends to Release Its First Mobile Game This Year
Mario and the gang could be making their smartphone debut a lot earlier than we thought as Nintendo plans on releasing its first mobile game later this year.
Judge: Slender Man Stabbing Suspects Will Be Tried as Adults
A Waukesha County judge has ruled that the two 12-year-old girls who stabbed a classmate 19 times in order to appease Slender Man will be charged as adults.
Happy Friday the 13th: Jason Voorhees Joins Mortal Kombat X
NetherRealm Studios celebrates Friday the 13th in the greatest of ways possible: Jason Voorhees is leaving Camp Crystal Lake and joining the roster of Mortal Kombat X.
Star Trek Online’s Leonard Nimoy Memorial Debuts
Cryptic Studios has launched its in-game tribute to the late, great Leonard Nimoy on Vulcan and New Romulus in Star Trek Online.
New Guitar Hero to Be ‘More Realistic,’ Report Claims
It looks like Activision is restringing the Gibson and Rickenbacker for Guitar Hero's first major console release in five years.
Sega Downsizing, Relocating and Focusing on Digital Games
Sonic has been slowing down lately, as Sega will focus more on PC and smartphone titles, relocate to Southern CA and lose over 300 employees.