Gaming

Gamers In Taiwan Didn’t Notice A Dead Body Next To Them For 9 Hours

February 3, 2012, By Christian Davis

Have you ever been so immersed in a game that you failed to notice your surroundings? I bet most of you have. It happens to everyone, especially in internet cafes. Gamers in an internet cafe located in Taiwan were so engulfed in their game that they failed to notice one of their very own had […]

Mass Effect 3 DLC to Ship With Art Books and Action Figures

February 3, 2012, By Nicholas Davis

One of the biggest games of 2012, Mass Effect 3 is right around the corner and you can feel the anticipation in the air to see what happens to Earth, Commander Shepard, and the epic battle with the Repears. We trust that the Alliance and  Cerberus will give you the weapons that you need to […]

Review: Soul Calibur V

January 31, 2012, By Christian Davis

I remember playing Soul Calibur on the Dreamcast and in the arcades for an unprecedented amount of time. I’m pretty sure I clocked in well over 200 hours on that game alone and I’m proud of it. The characters were unique, the stages were gorgeous, the announcer made me feel like I was doing something […]

Dragon’s Dogma Ships On May 22nd, Comes With Resident Evil 6 Demo

January 31, 2012, By Christian Davis

I’m sure some gamers will read the title as “Resident Evil 6 Demo Comes With Dragons Dogma.” Today Capcom announced that Dragon’s Dogma is going to be on store shelves May 22nd in North America and May 25hth in Europe. Each copy of the game will include early access to the Capcom game that’s on […]

Microsoft And Sony Will Not Have Next Gen Consoles In 2012

January 30, 2012, By Christian Davis

All 2012 next-gen console rumors are now smashed into tiny pieces thanks to Cedrick Delmax, marketing director of Microsoft France and Philippe Cardon, CEO of Sony France. There have been rumors stirring in the industry that we’ll be seeing new consoles from Microsoft and Sony much sooner than we expected and those can now all finally be put […]

Portal 2’s “This Is Aperture” Music Video Hits All The Right Notes

January 30, 2012, By Christian Davis

Here are two rhetorical questions: Who loves Tim Burton’s animated film The Nightmare Before Christmas? Who Loves Valve’s Portal 2? Now, here’s a question that you never thought you’d hear: Who would want them combined? That’s quite a premise isn’t it? I’d imagine it’d sound a tad strange, but so did peanut butter and chocolate […]

Microsoft Trying To Acquire Fake Halo 4 Beta Website

January 30, 2012, By Christian Davis

If you’re going to pretend to own a website claiming to have beta codes for one of the most anticipated games of the year, you’re an idiot. A big one. Microsoft has filed a complaint to the National Arbitration Forum for the domain Halo4beta.net. Why? For two reasons: the first being that the domain has […]

Soul Calibur V: DLC Announced

January 27, 2012, By Nicholas Davis

Soul Calibur V releases next week and who would’ve thought that they already have DLC prepared for you to download. Customized characters have become one of Soul Calibur’s improvements over the years and it only seems appropriate that the first DLC pack has different items to customize your character with from bikinis, face paint, and […]

Is New Super Mario Bros. 2: Miyamoto’s Secret Project?

January 27, 2012, By Nicholas Davis

After the success of Super Mario 3D Land on the Nintendo 3DS – selling nearly six million copies world wide –  it looks like Nintendo might be going backwards to the original 2D style of New Super Mario Bros. which released back in 2006. We’re not sure why Nintendo would want to go back to […]

Fine Art Friday: Johnathan Fletcher’s Super Mario Brothers

January 27, 2012, By Christian Davis

Hey readers! Welcome to the first installment of Fine Art Friday. Here on DeviceMAG we noticed there was a completely untouched portion of the gaming industry on the site – specifically when it came to the wonderful art that populates it. So, we decided to add this new weekly segment to highlight a wonderful work […]

Near Field Communication Coming To The Wii U’s Controller

January 27, 2012, By Christian Davis

If you’re like me, your patience is wearing thin for all the features that the Wii U and it’s controller will have to offer. With E3 2012 a little less than five months away, the wait definitely isn’t getting any easier and is pushing the Wii U closer and closer to the top of my […]

Nintendo Network Is Now Official, Coming To Wii U

January 27, 2012, By Christian Davis

Nintendo has confirmed that their online service, now known as the Nintendo Network, is coming to the 3DS and will later expand to the Wii U when the console ships at the end of this year. Nintendo hasn’t been the best when it comes to online support for their titles and we’re more than happy […]

You Get To Fight As Gaming’s Worst Megaman In Street Fighter X Tekken

January 27, 2012, By Christian Davis

Fighting game fans have been upset at Capcom for a long time now thanks to their lack of support for their favorite prepubescent blue bomber Megaman. Cancelling Megaman Legends 3 was just the tip of the iceberg as they also excluded the character from the fast paced fighting game Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3. Though […]

Angry Birds Heading for Facebook this Valentine’s Day

January 27, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

What’s so special about this Valentine? It is going to be an avian valentine, it seems. Your favorite Angry Birds is hitting social network site Facebook on this Valentine’s Day.  The birds will come flying to the midst of more than 800 million Facebook users on February 14th this year, with an official launch in […]

Blizzard Skipping Blizzcon 2012 To Focus On Games

January 25, 2012, By Christian Davis

Here’s your dose of bitter-sweet news for the day: Blizzcon will not be happening this year. Yes, it does suck however there’s a damn good reason for it. In case you forgot, Blizzard plans on releasing three of the biggest titles this year: Diablo III, World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria, and Starcraft II: Heart […]

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