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Technology Tell 2014 Xbox 360 Gift Guide

It’s that time of year again everyone! If you haven’t already started Christmas shopping for those special someones in your life, you’re bound to be getting started soon. We’re here to tell you all about how the Xbox 360 is still a legitimate gift to get for those someones. Sure the Xbox One has been more »

I take the Xbox Marketplace way too seriously

Target was recently having a “buy one, get one 25% off” discount on game cards. I’d been considering buying some Microsoft cards for a while since I haven’t actually bought a new Xbox 360 game since Walking Dead season one (so long ago, I know). The way I figured it, 25% off is better than more »

LISA’s trailers are incredibly effective

Never heard of LISA? No need to feel bad. It’s an extremely indie game from professional martial artist, and creator, Austin Jorgensen. Our lovely editor here at Technology Tell’s Gaming Channel brought this game to my attention. I watched the above trailer on Dingaling Games’ website, and was somehow oddly, but immediately, captivated. So I more »

Telltale Games: Game of Thrones is real

Yes, you read right. Telltale games is charging full steam ahead. Tales from the Borderlands is releasing November 25th, 2014, but then right after, sometime in December, Game of Thrones Episode One: Iron from Ice will be released. If you haven’t yet played either the Walking Dead, or Wolf Among Us from Telltale Games, I more »

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Xbox One turns one, time to celebrate (maybe)

If you can believe it, as of November 22nd, 2014, the Xbox One will have been . Time sure flies by doesn’t it folks? Well the good people at Microsoft have decided to celebrate with all their Xbone fans this weekend with some special prizes. There are three different categories in this giveaway. The first more »

Extra Life Confessions: Facebook might have saved me

So you’ve heard me blabber about Extra Life for a while now, but I have a few more confessions to make. One big one is that Facebook probably saved my skin during Extra Life game day. I had made a pledge to everyone that I would post on my Facebook at least once an hour more »

Extra Life Confessions: I finally finished Mass Effect 3

Here’s another shocking Extra Life confession for everyone. As of October 2014 I had still not finished . Nope, hadn’t done it. Not bullshitting you in any way shape or form. Obviously not having the time to do so would be a great excuse, and it’s not entirely a lie. I’ve had a crazy few more »

Extra Life Confessions: Bathroom gaming is a fact of life

“It’s me kids! Skeletiano, here to tell you all about-” Hey, dude! Way to rain on my parade! “What? I was just going to tell everyone more about your Extra Life adventure!” That’s my job! Go back to reading your book Skeletiano! Leave the storytelling to me today, okay? “Fine…” Sorry about that folks, he more »

Extra Life Confessions: 24 hours aren’t as long as you think

After all my preparations, Extra Life game day finally arrived October 25th, 2014. Being that it was my inaugural Extra Life marathon, I wanted to be fully prepared. So I bought snacks, and drinks ahead of time, charged my handhelds, and confirmed the start time with my cousin. I was incredibly worried that I wouldn’t more »

Halloween is nothing without a Bongcheon-Dong Ghost video game

So it’s that time again, Halloween, All Hallows Eve, Samhain; a time when we all celebrate the darker side of life. After all, soon it’ll be winter, and it truly will be dark for the better part of our days. I’ve heard that depression is more common during the winter months, and I’d be apt more »

My 2 most-anticipated horror games come out after Halloween

I’m experiencing a bit of a dilemma. Horror games have been making a bit of a comeback, especially this year. Alien Isolation and The Evil Within are two significant, AAA, winter season releases, and are both thoroughly hardcore horror games. I love horror, so I should be happy. But, I’m not. I’m disappointed. I have more »

Killing isn’t easy in Bio Inc.

It’d be easy to overlook a mobile game like Bio Inc. The title sounds similar enough to Plague Inc.: Evolved to convince someone it’s a clone. Plus, it’s an iOS and Android game. So many of those are released each week that it’s easy to overlook some. I did, and only discovered it because I more »