The announcement, which came weeks short of its initial release, bewildered and confused the games audience. Continue reading
If there is one thing the Grand Theft Auto game series gets right, it is the parody of American culture. Which is why it shouldn’t come as a shock when Rockstar Games released a nonworking Online component to Grand Theft Auto V following the government shutdown. Continue reading
Summer is a beautiful time. Birds are flying through the air. Bees are scaring the crap out of children and me. The heat gets so intense even as a man you have to pull out the old Daisy Dukes and wear them to the mall. It’s great. But your computer doesn’t want to get forgotten in all of this, so it asks Steam to keep you in. Steam agrees and puts everything on sale for a ridiculously cheap price. Continue reading
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Oh hello. I didn’t see you there. I guess I’m too busy playing Shadows of the Damned for Console HQ’s YouTube page. What’s that? You can’t hear me?
I SAID I’M PLAYING SHADOWS OF THE DAMNED FOR OUR YOUTUBE PAGE. Continue reading
When you grow up, you have many influences. Someone, or something will find a way to convince you of an idea. Usually, the idea is short lived. It occupies your mind for a while, but then you move on to the next one. That is what a gaming website has been for me for quite a few years. When I was around twelve years old, I knew gaming was something I cared about. I’m not talking about just playing, but learning about them. Shows which covered the industry took up my time, the web had become my source for news, and my love for it all was growing. There was nothing before I was so passionate about. Continue reading
Platforms: Xbox 360 (Reviewed),Playstation 3, PC
Release Date: February 19, 2013
New York is not the same. Gone is the concrete jungle of buildings and roads. In its place are trees and grass. Luscious green environments sprawled across the concrete which built the city itself. This is your playground.
If you’ve ever dreamed of being a silent killer with an affection of bows, Crysis 3 would be your game.
After what seemed like years, the Playstation Vita finally got a killer app. No, not in the terms of an actual game. I’m talking about the idea which sold you on buying a Vita. Wake-Up Club is here and it is far better than you could ever imagine.
Are you tired of the same old alarm clock, providing nothing but an incessant beeping to wake you up from a deep slumber? Do you wish you could rather wake up with other random people? (But not like the one time it actually happened after the party you threw went a little crazy.) Then do not wonder anymore, Wake-Up Club for the Vita has all the answers.
How did Xbox Live get sucked into The Magpie Secret? Click to find out! Continue reading