The time to the PlayStation 4 release can now be counted in hours. You’ve cleared a spot on the entertainment center. You’ve made room on the shelf for a bunch of new games (if you still buy physical copies of
Ok, now that I’ve thoroughly enraged you with that title, let me explain. I’ve been asking my friends that question ever since Nintendo ceased production of the Wii a couple of weeks ago. Their responses were always the same –
Now that you’ve pre-ordered your PS4 or Xbox One, paid for an Xbox Live or PS Plus membership, and put the money down for your GTA V and Call of Duty: Ghosts pre-order, you probably think that you’re all set
Xbox Live and Playstation Network: the two have been going at it for almost a decade now. Each service has its perks, and each one delivers a treasure trove of content and entertainment. However, when you look at what each
With the Wii U well into its life and with Xbox One and Playstation 4 just around the bend, it makes you wonder: How will the more independent PC-like box consoles weigh in? Steam has amassed a gigantic user base
We continue our coverage of 21 games that desperately need a reboot or a re-launch (aka a sequel). Let’s take a look at numbers 6-4.
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?
One of the greatest things about PlayStation games for me, however, were the intro movies. Here we list 5 opening cinematics that defy time. Check it out!