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This week on the PlayStation Store, January 27, 2015

Cool stuff is happening this week! We have the remastered return of a classic, a goofy JRPG, some intriguing indie stuff and even some AAA stuff from the creators of Dead Island. This week’s PlayStation Store update is pretty busy, and there’s enough variety for everyone to have something fun. Also, pre-orders for Evolve are live more »

Rising basketball star Whiteside jokes he was trying to increase NBA 2K rating

Hassan Whiteside is balling out of control for the Miami Heat.  He wasn’t a secret to Miami faithful, but after a Jan.25  game against the Chicago Bulls, the whole world knows about his skills. Whiteside recorded the first “triple dozen,”  (at least 12 points, rebounds and blocks in a game) in the NBA since 2000. more »

Need for Speed franchise bottoms out with No Limits and paying for gas

Need for Speed has survived a lot of ill-conceived ideas over the years. had quick-time events in it. There was Porsche Unleashed, a game with only one car manufacturer in it. Of course, there was 2014’s Need for Speed-based movie starring Jesse Pinkman. But with Need for Speed: No Limits, EA looks to have squeezed more »

Shoot the breeze with Scooter in Tales from the Borderlands

It’s not clear if you’ll be able to Catch-a-Ride! with him, but according to the newest trailer for Telltale’s episodic game, Tales from the Borderlands, players will, at the very least, be able to interact with the lovable mechanic, Scooter. It’s a good thing, too, because Scooter’s magnetic personality and endearing slowness are downplayed in more »

How To: Easily FAT32 format SD and microSD cards

You have a 3DS or 3DS XL, and you’re running into a problem. You’ve got a 32GB SD card in there, or perhaps even a 32GB microSD card in its adapter, but are coming close to running out of space. However, FAT32 formatting a 64GB or higher card is a chore on a Windows PC. more »

Justice Beaver could come to the Super NES

I don’t really have any new, current gen systems. I don’t even have any systems from the last generation. My most current console is my PSP. This is because Technology Tell’s Gaming Channel only pays out in raccoon pelts and kung fu movies, so I can’t really afford to buy any current gen consoles. This more »

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I don’t get Dragon Age Origins’ combat

Recently, because it was available for free, I got a hold of Dragon Age Origins. I’d heard it was an incredibly good RPG, and that well may be true. Certainly, it seems to have all the interesting parts that a good RPG should have. It has interesting stories, solid character creation, and you get to more »

Here’s Guild Wars 2 Heart of Thorns

Guild Wars 2 first released in 2012, and now, almost two and half years later, it is finally getting its first expansion. Guild Wars 2 Heart of Thorns takes place in Maguuma, and adds a lot of new aspects to the game. Not only are there new places to explore, like brand new open world more »

The Simpsons Minecraft merger happens February 2015

Remember back in April 2014, when The Simpsons Minecraft opening was a big deal? Well, you’re going to start hearing those two names mentioned in conjunction again. Our favorite, yellow family is getting into the voxel realm again. This time, it’s with a The Simpsons Minecraft skin pack. Yes, by the end of next month, more »

JumpJet Rex Preview: A big head and little arms

In a time when a Borderlands Collector’s Edition can run you $400 and licensed games, specifically Alien: Isolation and Shadow of Mordor, are some of the best on the market, we can always find solace in at least one familiar constant. We’ll never run out of 2D indie platformers. The most recent addition to that list (that I’ve more »

Toys R Us Amiibo sale has 4 for $44 (update)

Ready for an Amiibo sale? Good, because Toys R Us has one. Which is especially convenient, as some of the Wave 3 Amiibos are trickling out to stores this week. So people who stop in might have a chance of finding not one, not two, not three, but four of the newest NFC figures from more »

Game & Watch handhelds are still magic

Sorry folks, but this is a bragging kind of post. Though, if you enjoy Nintendo-related nostalgia, you probably won’t mind. See, I happened to come across actual, real, in almost-perfect condition, Game & Watch handhelds. It was one of those special moments. It happened one Sunday evening. My friends and I were out for a more »