Archive for January, 2014


Second Dimension: The Warriors Code Interview

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 at a central […]

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The Banner Saga | Review

What an age we live in as gamers today, where the publisher model of business may no longer be necessary. This is no longer a pipe dream; Broken Age Part 1 released to acclaim and praise. The previously reviewed Shadowrun Returns was also a wonderful game that is soon to be getting it’s first expansion. […]


Downloadable DS Games Coming To Wii U?

Anyone who has played the Wii U might have thought of this at some point. You’re looking at the controller in your hand, then up to the TV, then you ponder what it would be like if you could play your favorite DS games on the home console. Surprisingly enough, it sounds like Nintendo is […]


January 30th Nintendo Download

The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past (Nintendo) – Rated: E – $7.99 Travel through the Light and Dark Worlds in this classic Zelda adventure. Return to an age of magic and heroes! When an evil magician named Agahnim begins kidnapping young maidens in Hyrule in a quest to break the imprisoning seal […]


Nintendo Launches Two-Week Indie eShop Sale

Nintendo announced that starting today several indie games currently available in the Nintendo Wii U eShop will feature price drops, with the limited-time discounts running through February 13th. Anyone who already owns one of the below titles, or purchases one of the listed games at full price, will qualify to receive a 60% discount off […]


Sony Begins Sending Out PlayStation Now Beta Invites

Last evening Sony began sending out invites for their upcoming PlayStation Now game streaming service, has reported. The streaming service is entering a small closed beta period ahead of its official release sometime later this year and requires a 5MB internet connection and the use of a PlayStation 3 is recommended according to the […]


Nintendo Shipped 1.95 Million Wii U Consoles Last Quarter

It hasn’t been a particularly cheery time for Nintendo Japan as the Wii U is failing to meet projections and with the company’s profits expected to fall short next quarter; these certainly aren’t the money printing heydays of the original Wii back in 2007. While we won’t speculate about where Nintendo is heading, because frankly […]


Square Enix Launches Collective

Square Enix launched the pilot phase of its new community platform, Square Enix Collective yesterday. Collective will showcase independently developed game concepts direct to the gaming community, allowing the community to decide which concepts should become a reality. The platform is initially launching with a pilot phase and will run for 28 days, showcasing three […]


Microsoft Acquires Gears of War Rights From Epic Games

Gears of War is unanimously one of the flagship titles for any of Microsoft’s consoles. To date, the franchise combined has sold over twenty-two million copies – grossing in just over $1 Billion dollars. With this acquisition, Microsoft hopes to continue giving the fans even more Gears of War games and merchandise. Currently, there are […]


Plants Vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare Gameplay Trailer

Earlier last week, PopCap Games and Electronic Arts unfortunately pushed Plants Vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare back. Fortunately, it was only for one extra week. While this game doesn’t follow the formula for the first title in this franchise, it looks to be equally intriguing. Some of the key features include 24-player multiplayer mayhem, customization options for […]

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