Finally Nintendo seems to be listening to me, or rather the thousands of fans who have likely voiced the same thing. Original Nintendo content on Nintendo Video. Nintendo Video is ready to launch a fresh lineup of new shows for the fall. The free video application for the Nintendo 3DS will debut new short-form videos […]
Archive for October, 2013
Nintendo Wii U eShop Wii Fit U – Trial Version – With Wii Fit U, you can create fitness routines, review progress and compare with friends in online Gym Communities and Miiverse™. Shape up with more than 70 fun activities, from new ones using the Wii U GamePad controller to Wii Fit favorites. Current Wii […]
Electronic Arts has debriefed the developers of the upcoming free to play Command & Conquer for the last time it seems. The upcoming multiplayer shooter has been shelved by the publisher and the game’s developer, Victory Games, has been shuttered according to multiple media reports. It’s sad to see such a promising entry in a […]
The PlayStation Vita suffered a bit of a drought this past summer but now with new releases like Killzone: Mercenary & Dragon’s Crown on the shelves and YS just on the horizon, we finally have some new retail games to play. Well, Sony is upping the ante for those of us looking for digital games […]
It looks like copies of Call of Duty: Ghosts are already out in the wild. Considering the game is due out in a week’s time, this should come as a surprise to no one. What is a bit of a surprise, is the reveal of Extinction Mode, a sort of replacement for the ever popular […]
Best Buy was hosting an event over the weekend to get to try the Xbox One. We showed up just at closing time and got to try out Killer Instinct before they wrapped up for the day. To my surprise the reps did know pricing for the characters. For those who don’t know, the new […]
The fighting game community (FGC) has grown from holding local events to smaller venues to occupying ballrooms at four-star establishments with talent from all across the globe attending. Major sponsors such as Capcom, Namco Bandai, and others are responsible for the development of some of the world’s most famous franchises in gaming, and are showcased […]
It’s time for a Wii U Party. Tomorrow the Wii Party U game launches for the Wii U, bringing with it more than 80 mini-games, multiple party modes for people of all ages and unique game play that shows off the creative power of the Wii U GamePad controller. The game offers a party for […]
A collection of Marvel Super Heroes from a number of franchises, including the X-Men, the Avengers, Fantastic Four & more swing into action with the launch of Lego Marvel Super Heroes on Xbox 360, PS3, PC, 3DS and other platforms. Developed by long time LEGO videogame series veterans, Traveler’s Tales, this latest game pits the […]
The long running Aliens franchise is set to return to our living rooms next year in the form of a brand new video game being developed by the studio behind Total War, Creative Assembly. Titled Alien: Isolation, this new first person shooter has reportedly been in development for some time for both current gen (PS3 […]
You’ve already been to the stores, found all the Swap Force figures you’ve been looking for (hopefully) and set up your Skylanders army for the new game before their mighty portal of power! So what exactly do those new swapable figures do? I’m glad you asked. After the break I’ll go into detail what the […]
With our review for Disgaea D2: A Brighter Darkness just around the corner, I wanted to address fans who aren’t quite sure of what they’ve seen on the store shelves as of late. Disgaea D2, or Disgaea Dimension 2 as it’s known in Japan, is a direct sequel to the original title released ten years […]
Valve have released version 6.79 of their popular MOBA, Dota 2. The patch notes can be found below, or on the Dota 2 Blog.
Horror classic The 7th Guest and its sequel, The 11th Hour are now available on Steam, allowing players new and old to experience one of the original horror games, known for using live action video to form the core game.
There’s been a lot of interesting change in the indie world lately, specifically with the flood of console-exclusive indie titles coming to Sony’s Playstation 4. Some onlookers have been quick to crown the PS4 the ‘King of Indie’ as a result, but is just a trend, or is there something more to this? IGN reached […]