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10 game quotes that fit on a Made With Code bracelet

Google’s Made With Code project has a noble cause, which is to get more people interested in coding by showing how easy it is to do make fun projects with the Blockly coding language. Though really, most people are excited about it for the free Made With Code bracelets. Google’s working with Shapeways to allow more »

Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty Review: Delicious

Title: Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty Price: $29.99 System(s): PS4 Release Date: July 22, 2014 Publisher (Developer): Oddworld Inhabitants (Just Add Water) ESRB Rating: “Teen” for Blood, Crude Humor, Language, Use of Tobacco, and Violence Back in 1997, Abe was the man. Oddworld: Abe’s Odyssee was just released on the PlayStation and it blew up. People more »

The Walking Dead shouldn’t get a third season

The Walking Dead was, for its first season, one of the best games of the year, and for superb reasons. The idea of a third season should be greeted with huzzahs. But, truthfully, the second season is showing some considerable wear, and that might make for a bad, bad third. Simply put, find me a more »

2014 Pokemon World Championship is August 16-17, 2014

Big things are happening in the realm of Pokemon soon. No, I’m not talking about another 3DS game or Pokken Fighters reveal. It’s almost time for the 2014 Pokemon World Championship. On August 16-17, 2014, players of the and will converge on Washington DC and it is quite a big deal. Now, there’s really no more »

“Moms Against Gaming” is hilarious, but some of the reactions aren’t

Video games have been a go-to scapegoat for social ills, especially since the mid-1990s. They’re a sensitive issue. That’s why the Moms Against Gaming Twitter account is pretty great. While operating with the sensitivity of a warhammer to the face, Moms Against Gaming is a parody account on par with the site Mothers Against Videogame Addiction and Violence. more »

Time for Avengers: Age of Ultron game adaptation speculation

One of the biggest announcements out of SDCC 2014 was Avengers: Age of Ultron. We knew a sequel to The Avengers was in development, but didn’t have an exact title or release date. But now we know Avengers: Age of Ultron will be out for the Summer 2015 movie season, feature all of the returning more »

We need all the WonFes 2014 Nendoroids

Anyone who loves collecting figures of their favorite video game and anime was on high alert this weekend, as Wonder Festival 2014 summer was held on July 27, 2014, in Chiba, Japan. It’s a major event, as people are buying new figures and garage kits, as well as seeing what various companies have planned for more »

Twitch streamer JC583 beats Battletoads in under 13 minutes

Remember when you were a kid and spent entire weekends trying to get past the third stage of Battletoads for the NES? You probably decided the game was impossible and would go unbeaten for all time. Well, prepare to weep at your lack of Battletoad-ing skills, because Twitch streamer and speedrunner JC583 just set a more »

Hyrule Warriors is almost ready, if you’re Japanese

Hyrule Warriors looks awesome. There really is no truer statement in my life right now. The use of iconic, nay, legendary, characters in an epic Dynasty Warriors style game is pure genius. We recently got a look at more of the characters from the game, and the news just keeps on coming. Nintendo released a more »

Unrest proves again that players’ decisions don’t matter

Am I still upset about Pyrodactyl Games’ Unrest? Well, now that I know there are no plans to provide an ending and a sequel wouldn’t import save files, the answer is absolutely, “Yes!” But, after more reflection, I’ve come to understand why and it’s for a reason which all gamers can identify. More and more, more »

Your 3DS play time totals may surprise you

The 3DS is over three years old now, and has settled into a comfortable niche. You wouldn’t think your system would surprise you now, but I’d like to wager that it still can. Now is the perfect time to check your system’s activity log and see what your 3DS play time ranking tells you about more »

Appidemic: Solve the explained in Secret Files Tunguska for iOS

From AppleTell When Russian scientist Vladimir Kalenkow disappears while investigating the "unexplained" Tunguska Event of 1908, his daughter steps into action. Along with Vladimir's assistant, Max, she will attempt to outrun both Russian intelligence and a secret society to unravel the mystery and hopefully find her dad in Secret Files Tunguska. Read the full post on AppleTell »