Gaming

Sony Spending $50 Million On PS Vita Marketing

February 13, 2012, By Christian Davis

Sony is ready to make a huge commitment to their newly released handheld, the Playstation Vita. The new handheld has been held in high regard since it’s announcement, boasting graphics that you can compare to your home consoles and a mobile experience like no other. Speaking to the New York Times, SCEA Director of hardware […]

Review: Kingdom of Amalur: Reckoning

February 9, 2012, By Christian Davis
KoA_Cave Fight

I’m just going to admit it now; Finishing Kingdom of Amalur in a short amount of time and still getting a good feel for the game is impossible. So, I didn’t complete it. I put around 30 or so hours into this game and I really felt that I put a sizeable dent in it. […]

Sony PS Vita Gets a Firmware Update in Japan

February 9, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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We very well know that many of the crazy gamers among our readers are anxiously waiting for the Sony PS Vita to debut in the US market. Since the launch is as close as February 22nd, we feel it is the apt time to tell you about the details of a new firmware update that […]

UMD Passport Program for Sony PS Vita Canceled in US

February 8, 2012, By George Lang
The New PlayStation Vita Gaming Console

The Sony PlayStation Vita is scheduled to be available in the United States two weeks from today, on February 22, 2012. In response to pressure from owners of the Vita’s predecessor (PlayStation Portable), part of the device’s anticipated arrival included a backwards-compatibility claim by Sony that digital versions of the games purchased by these owners would be […]

First 25 Minutes of The Darkness 2 Gameplay

February 8, 2012, By Nicholas Davis

The Darkness 2 is definitely one of those games that might be swept underneath the rug this month with all of the other big games that have already come out this year. You’ve seen trailers and have even downloaded the demo and regardless of how amazing it looks you still may not be convinced to […]

Killzone For PSN Delayed Indefinitely

February 8, 2012, By Christian Davis

Remember when the original Killzone was suppose to arrive on Sony’s PSN on January 24th? If you haven’t noticed the date, it’s now February 8th and we still don’t have Killzone on the PSN. For fans who never got to experience the PS2 first person shooter, this is a huge set back for those who […]

Square Enix’s Sleeping Dogs Is A Reincarnation of True Crime: Hong Kong

February 8, 2012, By Christian Davis

Canadian retailer Future Shop’s official gaming Twitter account posted a poster for Square Enix’s new title, Sleeping Dogs as well as possible August launch for the Xbox 360, PS3, and PC. Originally, the game was expected to be related to a Kane and Lynch follow up but instead will be a reincarnation of Activision’s cancelled […]

Kinect Star Wars And Xbox 360 Bundle Coming April 3rd

February 8, 2012, By Christian Davis
Kinect Star Wars Bundle

I just recently purchased the Gears of War themed Xbox 360. The cool design, Gears of War sound effects, and extra hard drive space definitely made the Xbox stick out in my gaming set up. Now that I know the Kinect Star Wars Xbox 360 is coming in just a few short months and comes […]

Modern Warfare 3’s Content Season Continues With New Map Releasing On February 21st, March DLC Already Being Teased

February 8, 2012, By Christian Davis
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There’s nothing better than a steady stream of new content for one of the most played shooters of all time. Modern Warfare 3’s content season has proven to be a worthy reason for purchasing Call of Duty’s Elite Premium service. Receiving multiplayer maps and new spec-ops missions first (If you’re on the 360) is turning […]

Romance of Rome Hits Android Market

February 7, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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All roads lead to Rome, goes the saying.  The adage has turned true with Android devices too, with Romance of Rome hitting the Android platform. It gives Android users the unique opportunity to roam around ancient Rome, in ancient attire, while getting exposed to all the love, jeopardy, treachery and adventure that you would have […]

Fan Made Sega Dreamcast Revival Has Me Wishing Sega Still Made Consoles

February 6, 2012, By Christian Davis
Dreamcast Delta

When it comes to videogame consoles, the Sega Dreamcast was gone way too soon. Despite classic games like Jet Set Radio Future  and Shemue or it’s inventive and hilarious “It’s thinking” campaign, the console was only around for a mere two years before vanishing. Releasing in September of 1999, Sega’s console had the stiffest competition, Sony’s […]

Multiplayer Mech Title Hawken Is Coming This December And Will Be Free To Play

February 6, 2012, By Christian Davis

Remember that incredibly impressive mech title Hawken from a while back? I don’t blame you if you’ve forgotten about it. It’s been quiet some time since we’ve heard or seen anything about the game or it’s developer, Adhesive Games. Well, wonder no more because Venture Beat has got the latest information on the title. The […]

Fine Art Friday: Feudal Japan Star Wars

February 3, 2012, By Christian Davis
Samurai Darth Vader

With this next installment of Fine Art Friday, we’re going to take a detour from gaming and dive into something that most gamers love, Star Wars. There’s been a lot of talk about Star Wars lately. The topic of conversation is centralizes around George Lucas not making anymore Star Wars films because  of disgruntled fans. […]

Mass Effect Producer Suggests You Keep Your Mass Effect 3 Saves

February 3, 2012, By Christian Davis

Mass Effect 3 is so unbelievably close to being released most of us can’t stand the wait. Seeing what the future holds for Commander Shepard, his crew, and Earth is going to be a thrill ride. This is suppose to be the end of the series right? Maybe it is…maybe it isn’t. Mass Effect producer […]

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