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Atari itself is legendary amongst gamers. That old 2600 that started it all for so many of us back in the day is now almost considered sacred. With all of the fancy game consoles of today, there are still gamers out there that would rather dust off the old Atari for a game of Pitfall than play latest 360 or PS3 game.
Dawnguard came out last week. According to some insipid game reviews by other gaming sites, it’s not good. We tell you why they’re wrong.
If they’re going to show video games on TV, wouldn’t capturing the gamer demographic in a more accurate light help the show in the long run? Video game pandering only helps to perpetuate the gamer stereotypes.
As more and more people spend more and more time online trying to escape their real life, it’s only natural that our digital experiences will start to more closely resemble our real lives. While we think of video games as fixed environments, they’re not. The digital domain is starting to become more like real life in an effort to keep us ensconced in the illusion.
I know people have been hating on the Pro Controller because of it similarities to the 360 controller but hey, let’s let the patent courts settle that one. Lets just be happy a controller exists like this for the Wii U. Now we can really experience the Wii U’s hardware without being distracted by its tablet controller.
Game Crazy is holding their next giveaway! Win the whole Gears Of War 3 Series 3 action figures before the public can buy it! You can have Journey’s End Marcus, COG Soldier, Savage Theron 1 and 2 before anyone else does.
For those brave enough to venture into Hardcore mode, we’ve got some tips on how to be survive it. Only the best are willing to go into Hardcore, but even the brave could use some advice from time to time. Part two goes deeper into how to survive and beat this challenging game.
After a month of suspense, we at Game Crazy are finally announcing the winners to the Gears Of War Retro Lancer Giveaway! Thanks to everyone who participated!
For those brave enough to venture into Diablo 3: Hardcore mode, we’ve got 12 tips on how to be survive it. Because we like to be extremely thorough, this article is in 2 parts. Only the best are willing to go into Hardcore, but even the brave could use some advice from time to time.
Just unfortunately, it doesn’t look like anything new and amazing is being announced this year at E3. Or is there? Check it out!
With most of the anticipated new releases already on store shelves, the upcoming release schedule doesn’t have many games that really jump out at you, except for Aliens: Colonial Marines. Even the insanely popular and mostly naked Game of Thrones had a video game release. So what’s to look forward to in the coming weeks?
Tribes is back, and it’s free to play. This is the fourth incarnation of the Tribes franchise (on the PC), with yet another new developer. For the purpose of this part two review, I’ll address certain points and use a school-grading system (A is great, F is fail).
IGN recently posted an article saying that Microsoft is currently manufacturing the replacement for the Xbox 360. Microsoft never misses an opportunity to say that they are firmly committed to extending the already lengthy lifespan of the 360 with new content and third party partnerships. Some recent announcements by Microsoft and EA seem to indicate that a next gen console might not be that far off.
Meet Gabe Newell Together with fellow former Microsoft employee Mike Harrington, he founded Valve Corporation in 1996. He made Half-Life. He made Half-Life 2. He made a billion dollars. And he answers your email. See? Imagine how good a person
A new edition of the Portal Gun features new light colors and special racing stripes from Portal 2. Check out the pics and video!
Tribes is back, and it’s free to play. This is the fourth incarnation of the Tribes franchise (on the PC), with yet another new developer. For the purpose of this part one review, I’ll address certain points and use a school-grading system (A is great, F is fail).
While the trailer for COD:Black Ops II looks fairly impressive, is this going to be a game the Black Ops faithful want? Being placed in the future should give this sequel a nice Bieber-esque feel compared to its classic rock listening hippy brother, Black Ops, but does that mean it’s going to be better the second time around?
If you don’t know what Kickstarter is, you’ve been living under a wifi free rock for too long. It’s the place to go when you have a dream, but haven’t figured out how to financially support it yet. If the