It’s been a long day, hasn’t it? You know, what with the Xbox One news and all. It’s time to lay down, kick back and let the vocal stylings of Smooth McGroove performing DuckTales‘ “The Moon Theme” sooth your mind.
Twisted Pixel makes some truly unique games with a great sense of humor. If you have never tried their work before, now you have no good excuse. The Twisted Pixel Games Bundle includes four titles: The Maw, ‘Splosion Man, Ms. ‘Splosion Man and Comic Jumper for just 800 Microsoft Points. That is four of the more »
Have you ever seen a grown man walk into a Build-A-Bear to create a colorful pony for himself? Well, stop by your local store and get ready for an invasion of the bronies. My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic characters are landing on Build-A-Bear store shelves on April 1, 2013. Not only that, but April more »
Well, this is certainly, very, unexpected I guess. Apparently, Amazon hasn’t heard the Wii is pretty much dead, because it has only just made the effort to make the Amazon Instant Video service available on the console. It’s good, I guess, but I can’t help wondering why? Why even bother at this point in the more »
The PlayStation 3 and Vita are getting another video application this year. The consoles will begin supporting Epix, a cable channel, through a free application. It’ll be available on the PS3 this quarter, while the Vita version will launch in the spring.
So, what are you doing tomorrow? Because I was thinking, with your new Wii U and all, you may want to have a little sit down and watch some Nintendo TVii. Oh, you’re not officially “getting” your Wii U until Christmas? Well, don’t worry. Nintendo TVii will be waiting for you. The free service that more »
PlayOn just made the Wii U a much more capable video-on-demand device. Today, the company added the Wii U to its list of PlayOn-compatible devices. It’s also offering Wii U owners a full year of service for free. This promotion is only good through December 24, and requires users to visit http://free.playon.tv/wiiu on their Wii U more »
Well, I’m kind-of speechless. I think that’s a natural reaction though, when you’re presented with the Lollipop Chainsaw Valentine Edition. It is pretty out-there. On the other hand, a lot of special edition releases of video games get pretty crazy. But then, it’s also so very, ridiculously Lollipop Chainsaw.
The Ohio State University Marching Band gave salute to some classic video games this past weekend during it’s half-time performance…
The Total Recall remake sucked. I saw it. (I was forced, actually.) It took away two hours that I could have spent doing something meaningful, like learning how to play Dragon Force on my Saturn or organizing VHS tapes. Based on reviews and internet buzz, I wasn’t the only one let down, so I guess more »