Last week, a brand new demo of the much-anticipated Respawn Entertainment title, Titanfall, hit the Internet. It’s a full speed walkthrough of a multiplayer match that shows off all aspects of gameplay in one 15-minute chunk. Everything from standard one-on-one
It’s finally happened: we now know the release date of the Xbox One. Microsoft’s newest game console will be available in stores on November 22nd, one week after the PlayStation 4 release date. The date was revealed in a video
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
It’s really happening! It’s finally happened, everyone. Microsoft has confirmed that there will be a new Xbox. I know, I know, we all knew it was coming, but now Microsoft has made it official. Just like Sony did back in
Throughout the history of video games, gamers have been arguing with each other over, well, just about everything. No matter what happens, no matter what new gaming consoles get released, this argument will go on.
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.
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.
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?
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.
what happens in a world where we don’t have the platform to push games such as Skyrim or Mass Effect 3? Picture a world with no consoles?