Playstation VR Promises to Support Entire Playstation 4 Library

March 17, 2016 0

The Playstation VR has been a pretty hot topic lately. There’s plenty of other virtual reality set ups such as the Oculus Rift, but the Playstation VR or PS VR, has been inciting a lot of conversations with gamers. Unlike all of the other virtual reality products coming out right […]

JJ Abrams Confirms Half-life and Portal Films Still in Development

March 16, 2016 0

During an interview about the newly released 10 Cloverfield Lane, JJ Abrams stated that the Half-Life and Portal movies that were announced in 2013 were still in development. This news came as a shock to fans, many of whom hade assumed the long silence surrounding the projects was an indication […]

Playstation 4 Allows Streaming to PC/Mac with New Update

March 9, 2016 0

If Sony wasn’t dominating the home console market enough, now there’s this. In the upcoming firmware update 3.50, codenamed MUSASHI, the Playstation 4 plans to introduce streaming to home computer devices with their Remote Play function. It’s unknown how this will work as of now, since no information has been […]

The End of the Fable

March 8, 2016 0

It was announced yesterday that the newest game in the Fable series, Fable Legends, has been completely canned. This isn’t much of a surprise really, with the lack of updates from the developers and how unknown it was; even in the gaming public. The real surprise with this news comes […]

Universal Studios Set to Build Video Game Theme Park

March 7, 2016 0

It’s been a pretty common fact that Universal Studios and Nintendo have been in talks for the long awaited dream of a video game theme park. It was announced sometime last year that they were deciding where, when and how this thing would happen and finally they’ve reached a conclusion to give […]

The Retro Corner: Reviving the SNES Library on the 3DS

March 4, 2016 0

Its official, the Super Nintendo library is making its way to the 3DS! Not the whole library obviously, but it was announced through a Nintendo Direct presentation that the SNES library would be gradually available for digital download through the 3DS in the coming months. Hold on to your hats, […]

Hideo Kojima Describes Transmedia Franchise Goals

February 20, 2016 0

In an interview with Gamespot on Friday, Hideo Kojima talked about the project that is already in development at his new studio, Kojima Productions. While the game remains unnamed and largely undescribed, Kojima did sketch out some of the concepts and goals he has for his next project, including building […]

First Batch of Fallout 4 DLC

February 17, 2016 0

Fallout 4 is one of the biggest games of last year, and it caused a big stir when the teaser for the upcoming expansions came out this past week. Thankfully Bethesda has given us some more details on what we can expect in the coming months. 3 DLC have been […]

Video Games and Free Speech

February 14, 2016 0

Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia unexpectedly died today. For most he wasn’t a very beloved judge, with conservative stances on things such as abortion, gay marriage and even the death penalty. However, the one thing Scalia did very right – despite your political opinions – was something he said about […]

Infamous Pirate Group 3DM Will Stop Cracking Single Player Games

February 12, 2016 0

Piracy is an unmistakably divisive issue within the video game community. While universally recognized as a practice that ultimately hurts the people who are making the games that we all enjoy, the invasive and overbearing DRM practices implemented by major publishers have invited a great deal of backlash from the […]

Internet Archive Makes Over 1,000 Windows 3.1 Programs Available for Free

February 11, 2016 0

The Internet Archive announced today that they have made hundreds of public access Windows 3.1 programs available for use in your browser for free. The programs are housed within an emulator that looks a lot like The Internet Archive’s MS-DOS browser emulator. To run any program currently available, find it […]

Amazon Releases Free Game Engine Lumberyard

February 11, 2016 0

Amazon continues its foray into markets beyond online distribution with the release of Lumberyard, a free to use game engine that some analysts speculate will help small studios compete with larger publishers, such as Sony, Microsoft and Electronic Arts. Lumberyard, which is based off the powerful CryEngine, was developed as […]

Redwall Reborn – A New Journey to Mossflower

February 11, 2016 0

Oh KickStarter, you’ve done so much for video games. Plenty of hits have been produced because of KickStarter success, such as Darkest Dungeon and Armello. Besides making recreations possible that no one asked for; looking at you Shaq Fu. Now we can thank KickStarter for getting something else exciting started; […]

Rocket League Update Launches Season 2

February 10, 2016 0

Last week, Psyonix tweeted that their new update that would launch soon – and today, at 5PM Eastern Time, that update went live. The new update, entitled Rocket League Update 1.11, sent the Rocket League servers down for a short while, but when they came back it began the much […]

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