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Turtle Beach Ear Force Z60 PC Gaming Headset now available

In a lot of games, the right headphones can be the difference between life and death. Hearing those footsteps sneaking up behind you can lead to a killstreak, not hearing fuels someone else’s. Turtle Beach has unveiled the details on its latest product, the Z60 PC Gaming Headset. We first caught a glimpse of it more »

I’m a big fan of The Sims 4 gallery

When it comes to player created content in The Sims, I used to be one of those players who only went for original items created by players. I didn’t want to visit the official exchanges to get Sims or homes made by other people with pieces included in the base game, because I figured it more »

Nobuo Uematsu’s Pre-Final Fantasy Music was Rad as Heck

We all love Nobuo Uematsu, famed composer at Square Enix,  for his work on the Final Fantasy franchise. But before the longstanding franchise was even launched, Nobuo was working in a music shop and working part time composing for Square where he wrote dozens of pieces for the company. One title he worked on was more »

Don’t Want Smash Bros. Breaking Your 3DS? Buy a “New 3DS”

  Dear Big N, My little, red Nintendo 3DS was a gift and I am sentimentally attached to it. I’m also fiercely competitive by nature and happen to really love Smash Bros. Unfortunately, Smash Bros. seems to hate my Nintendo 3DS, and I’m really not having a good time taking sides. Every single smash attack more »

Xbox Live update for week of September 19, 2016

There’s a whole bunch of goodness in the marketplace this week. Leading the Xbox One marketplace offerings is the surprise release of D4: Dark Dreams Don’t Die. It’s another head trippy game from Swery 65, the mind behind cult favorite Deadly Premonition. It follows the saga of Detective David Young, who can travel through time more »

Skyrim Mods converge, create an odd journey

I mentioned in my last article that there was a mod called “Live Another Life”, which gave you an alternate start in your Skyrim game. There’s another Skyrim mod that adds onto that, called “Random Alternate Start”. It’s the exact same thing, only it lets you pick a starting equipment kit, and then places you more »

Bioware has unleashed a mysterious ‘Green Cloud’ on Australia

Well, here’s something interesting. BioWare appears to be trying to sneak a game up on us, and they would have gotten away with it, if it weren’t for those plucky Australians. The Australian ratings board mentioned, as part of the usual paperwork, that a game from BioWare codenamed “Green Cloud” had gotten a rating. It more »

The Goat Simulator iOS and Android versions are wreaking havoc everywhere

Those concerned about the hooved, horned, and prehensile-tongued menace that is the goat should probably avoid iTunes and Google Play for a few weeks. The Goat Simulator iOS and Android ports are here. They’ve popped up inexplicably and without warning, and we all will have to face the prospect of people we know acting like more »

Everyone wins if Square Enix helps Steam become a JRPG destination

Square Enix is bringing Final Fantasy XIII to Steam. We all have mixed feelings about this. The other day, Final Fantasy IV also hit Steam. We have less mixed feelings, with a touch of apathy because that freakin’ game is on like, everything. But that’s not all. Trails in the Sky debuted on Steam recently, more »

The Nyan Cyber silicon 3DS cat cover is comfortable and cute

When I heard about the Cyber Gadget 3DS cat covers, I couldn’t Google fast enough to find out where I could get one. $20 later , one was being shipped to my house. I didn’t think I actually needed a 3DS cover. I always keep them protected in a purse or bag and none of more »

Developers, lift the level caps and let us be free!

When you play any game with RPG elements, and you run into this whether you’re fiddling with Borderlands stat trees online or slamming smack into the level cap in , you hit the single most boring mechanic ever: The level cap. And it’s time to peel off those caps and let us be free.

Casual Friday casual game update for September 19, 2014

Hi everyone, and welcome to the biweekly casual game update. Since casual games are trickling out at a slower pace nowadays, we’re gonna go ahead and update you twice a month about what titles are out there to enjoy. Makes the whole affair more interesting. Instead of seeing only 4 or 5 casual games, you more »