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  • Shin Hayarigami 2 debut trailer

    Posted by on May 15, 2016 under News
    Nippon Ichi Software has released the debut trailer for Shin Hayarigami 2, its PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PS Vita horror adventure game due out on July 7 in Japan. The original DOOM is undeniably a classic, being generally accepted as the game that popularised the first-person shooter genre - more.
  • Lionhead: The inside story

    Posted by on May 13, 2016 under News
    Herbalistic 7h ago(Edited 6h ago) According to three separate sources familiar with Lionhead's relationship with Microsoft in 2012, Xbox executives insisted the studio make a new Fable in the games as a service mould. A single-player focused role-playing game would not be allowed, Lionhead was told. "There's no way - more.
  • Ubisoft Details First Two VR Games

    Posted by on May 4, 2016 under News, Tech Bones
    Thus far, VR has predominately been filled with games from indie developers and upstarts new to the space, but soon the biggest publishers will be getting in on the action - more.
  • Mirror’s Edge Catalyst’s Multiplayer Features Detailed | GGD

    Posted by on April 15, 2016 under New Releases, Trailers
    Mirror's Edge Catalyst's design director talks IGN through the asynchronous multiplayer features in his new game - including making your own time trials. ( Mirror's Edge: Catalyst , PC , PS4 , Xbox One ) Click here to view original web page at Mirror's Edge Catalyst's Multiplayer Features Detailed | IGN... more.
  • Quantum Break’s Junction Section-Odd Approach To Video Game

    Posted by on April 9, 2016 under News, X360 / XBox ONE
    ThisGenGaming says "In the second part of our preview coverage of Quantum Break, we are covering a mission called “Junction 1: Hardline/PR” which is the first time we get to see how choices work in Quantum Break. In the first Junction mission you switch from playing as Jack Joyce to the games main antagonist Paul Serene. Playing as Paul you must make a decision that will have an ... more.
  • What A Girl Wants, A Guide to Female Gamers

    Posted by on January 18, 2011 under News
    Before I give my latest rant, let us look at statistics for female gamers. The Entertainment software association 2004 study of female gamers states the following: 40% of gamers are female 48% of game purchases are by females. 34% of all gamers are 18 years or older women. 25% of console players are female 39% of physical copies/downloads of pc games are played by females. 74% of casual gam... more.
  • Overblown: Why Violent Video Games Are Not Responsible For Violent Youth

    Posted by on January 11, 2011 under News, Paws Button
      We have all heard that violent video games are corrupting today's youth. We saw Bill O'Reilly blasting the sex scene on Mass Effect. But the truth is hatred and blame of violent video games appears to be bipartisan. A Democrat sponsored the California law banning violent video games sales to minors, which is currently in the Supreme Court. This law was created by people who do not play or und... more.
  • Developers Fleecing Consumers: Why We Have The Shortest End Of The Stick

    Posted by on January 5, 2011 under News, Tech Bones
    It used to be when I bought my games, there was no difference between them new or used except that I saved at least 10 dollars. I had a guarantee I could play as long as I wanted to, whenever I wanted to, even years later for a one-time fee. It was literally no different than buying a movie. Eventually, monthly pay servers were introduced, like W.O.W., which was fine because they kept adding con... more.
  • Piracy: Consumer Rights VS. Developer Rights

    Posted by on December 20, 2010 under News
    Everyone knows the cost piracy has had on video games for the P.C. It has turned a developers dream into a nightmare of D.R.M. for the consumer and lost profits for the developer. Now everyone knows that certain people could never afford video games such as people in 3rd world countries but that does not explain how still to this day over 90% of World of Goo copies are pirated. It is common know... more.

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