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Fatal Frame 2 still terrifies me

I feel as though I shouldn’t have to warn about spoilers for a game , and yet the internet being what it is, this article will have spoilers. I feel the need to say this because Fatal Frame 2: Crimson Butterfly is a horror game, and horror known is horror lost. Yet somehow, Fatal Frame more »

iPhone 6 tech ensures a great future for legacy gaming

Apple’s new device has a hell of a kick to it. The iPhone 6, and especially the iPhone 6 Plus, are partially designed with powerful gaming experiences in mind. The A8 chip, combined with this new “Metal” tech, are capable of 1080p visuals and all that cool video game/tech jargon that basically means, “it can more »

5 Simpsons games to play during the FXX marathon

When you try to think of good licensed games, The Simpsons aren’t really the property that floats to the top of your head. Hell, there are probably at least half a dozen games based on some facet of the Simpsons you haven’t even heard of. The rabbit hole for such a huge cash cow runs more »

8 Sites with “good” Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles media

Know what’s out in theaters today? That new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles reboot. (Yuck!) I think I speak for the majority of the internet when I say no thank you. That’s okay. We do not want this. Really. Which is why I propose we spend the day enjoying good, classic, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles media more »

The case for one-handed RPGs continues

Playing The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky makes me want a new laptop. Mine can run it well; it’s just a huge, clunky beast of a machine and I want to play Trails in bed. I totally could, if I had one of those smaller, touch-based Windows 8 tablet-hybrid thingies. I’m using a more »

This Week on the PlayStation Store, June 24, 2014

The PlayStation Store has a healthy selection available for download this week for PS4, PS3, and Vita. One of the primary highlights is Ubisoft’s little-big indie, Valiant Hearts. It’s a puzzle/adventure set during the Great War that just tugs at the heart-strings. If you don’t believe me, check out the trailer. Make sure to check more »

From Gran Turismo to Le Mans

During this year’s 24 Hours of Le Mans, Nissan performed a world first with their highly experimental ZEOD RC electric hybrid prototype race car. During the warm up laps just prior to beginning the race proper, the ZEOD RC piloted by Spanish driver Lucas Ordonez became the first ever vehicle to complete a full lap more »

Valentine’s Day 2014: Games to Fall in Love With

Once again, we come to Valentine’s Day, the day marked by a sudden spike in the business of movie theaters and restaurants. Somewhere, someplace, somebody is proposing a marriage, because that’s incredibly romantic and definitely hasn’t been done before. But hey, maybe you are without a date today? Whether by choice or circumstance, maybe some more »

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GameStop stock drops after PlayStation Now announcement

Playing games without owning a console or a physical disc sounds cool, unless you own a large chain of gaming retail stores. GameStop shares fell 8 percent after Sony announced PlayStation now, a cloud based streaming service. It will stream games to the PS3, PS4 and PS Vita consoles, but can also stream to Bravia more »

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CES 2014: Sony announces PlayStation Now streaming service

We’ve known for a while that Sony had a next gen plan to charge for PS2 and PS3 games again, but now we know the full scope. Sony has announced PlayStation Now, which will allow streaming games to PS4, PS3, Vita, televisions and smartphones. These games will save to the cloud. Thus they will benefit more »

PS2 and Dreamcast ushered in video gaming’s second golden age

I previously explored the 16 bit era and discussed some of the things that I felt led to it being video gaming’s first golden age. As amazing as those games were, they would go on to serve as but a stepping stone to the next “golden era” of gaming. After the 16-bit consoles came the more »

GameStop doesn’t want your PS2s anymore

Do you have a PlayStation 2 and games that you suddenly don’t want anymore? Well, GameStop doesn’t want it either. The signs are up and the gate is closed. As of June 1, 2013, the PS2 is out. It isn’t welcome in the store.