Welcome to MonsterGamez.net, a website devoted to all gaming in the video realm – and when we say “all gaming,” we mean *all* gaming.

Monster Gamez is about video games. We’re talking about everything from classic arcade games like Pong and Space Invaders to the latest 4D virtual reality racer. We love the Atari 2600 and Magnavox Odyssey systems as much as the newest Xbox. We dig on freemium games for the iPad and mobile devices, MMORPGs, video poker, online slots … heck, we even encourage the occasional shot at a crane game, even though those are the most rigged games in the house.

And we’ll admit that we’re not necessary the greatest video game players ever. Sure, we’ve mastered a few games in our lifetime (Let me put it this way: You do not want to challenge this guy in Out of the Park Baseball, Blasteroids, Berzerk or Agario), but this website is much more about the aesthetics of the games and the passion of the players than tips or tricks. (Though we’ll bring those, too, when we can.)

Monster Gamez will present new information, stories, opinion pieces and the like as frequently as possible (more like as often as we can tear ourselves away from that certain level on freakin’ Bubble Bobble), but we’d definitely urge any readers to check out some featured pieces of ours, including:

•  Our list of the Top 10 Most Important Video Games of all time. Travel back with us to the dawn of gaming with Pong in the late 1970s and come all the way back to the present in this super-quick history of the games so crucial to modern gaming.

•  Our paean to the greatest arcade game ever, Rampage, and the 2018 movie upon which it is based. We’ll keep the spoilers of both review and movie to a minimum but suffice to say the film is shockingly good. In a bad way, that is. For the inevitable sequel, Monster Gamez is praying to any and all gods convenient that the producers follow the same path as that taken by the game designers, i.e. just five us lots more of the same. Smashy-smashy is what we want!

•  Our review of the Pandora’s Box, an incredible new(ish) product finally making it to “Western” shores. If you’re at all serious about video games, you need to read up on this now. And then head to Amazon immediately and meet your new friend, Mr. Next Day Air.

Check back with Monster Gamez any time for more about what you love: The games, always the games.

Product review: Pandora’s Box

Product review: Pandora’s Box
Okay, all jokes and kidding aside, Monster Gamez has found the pinnacle of human achievement, the end goal of millennia of history – and it can be had for under $200 on Amazon. We’re talking (writing?) here about a device called Pandora’s Box, a video game system which includes 700 classic arcade games – and in some consoles, a single very famous classic home game to be revealed later.

Monster Themed Slots Games

Monster Themed Slots Games
As it reads on the homepage, Monster Gamez digs all kinds of games in the video mode, including online slots games. Though admittedly many casino websites tend to promote a monster-themed slot machine during the Halloween season, monsters still make up quite a populous section of the subgenre – after al, who doesn’t love a monster mash, especially when coupled with the tantalizing opportunity to win monster cash? Below are listed a mere handful of the monster-themed slots we enjoy

Top 10 most important video games of all-time

Top 10 most important video games of all-time
Monster Gamez wouldn’t be a proper video game-themed website without a top 10 list like this, right? So below runs our list of the Top 10 Most Important Video Games of All-Time – and please note that this isn’t a list of the “best” or even necessarily “the most innovative,” but we’re considering the games instead mostly based on influence and/or continuing social relevance heading into the 20s. Also note: These are listed in purely chronological order. Now insert coin and get to reading.

Rampage

Rampage
At MonsterGamez, we are firm in our utmost regard for the now-Warner Bros.-owned Rampage video game franchise. Monster Gamez is particularly partial to the 1986 arcade version, but let’s face it: Rampage is probably the greatest video game ever created. So when we heard that Rampage was getting the big-screen treatment from who else but Warner Bros., replete with probably the studio’s single biggest box office draw, The Rock (sorry, Dwayne Johnson), you bet Monster Gamez was first in line at the cinema – despite the vast pessimism we felt, essentially feeling this movie had no chance. The results were surprising.