Here’s Your January 30, 2015 Indie Game Bundle Update

This week’s indie game bundle count went down a bit. Last week we had 32, and this week we have 31. It’s still more indie game bundles than average, so everyone should hopefully win. Take a peek, find something good, and maybe share the keys you won’t want with friends. GamerTell’s Best Indie Game Bundle more »

The Reckless Emboar Pokemon codes are live

Ready to get another special gift from GameFreak and Nintendo? Load up your copy of Pokemon Alpha Sapphire or Omega Ruby, because the Reckless Emboar is here. By the way, in case you were wondering, yes. Reckless Emboar would make a fantastic band name. But that isn’t why you’re here. You’re here for the code more »

Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax beats the odds

Dengeki Bunko is a Japanese publisher of light novels, many of which are popular and spawned anime series you may have heard of. However, you might not be familiar with “light novels.” A quick comparison would be the “young adult” section of a bookstore, but even that doesn’t quite match up. Think manga without the more »

Nintendo eShop Update for January 29, 2015

Ready for an update? This is a good one. and will be rejoicing. I mean, we get a cheap, digital version of the Metroid Prime: Trilogy, Gunman Clive 2, and a chance to try Code Name: S.T.E.A.M.. It’s a good day. As for sales, it’s the last week of the Throwback Sale on the eShop. more »

Light up Ryu figure brightens your desk

I know, usually when I talk about awesome, video game figures, I’m going on about Nendoroids. Don’t worry. This isn’t one of those posts. I’m going to go on about a light up Ryu figure instead! Because Capcom and BigBoysToys have something really cool planned. This is Street Fighter TNC 01: Ryu. Foon Wong designed more »

Dealing with Sony’s neglect of YouTube, Maps, and near Vita apps

Sony has announced that they are removing or limiting the functionality of selected PlayStation Vita apps within the next few months. The YouTube app is already no longer available for download as of January 28, 2015 and will no longer be supported following April 20, 2015. An expected March 2015 system update will entirely disable more »

Woolfe: The Red Hood Diaries Early Access lets you see red

I’ve mentioned the indie platformer game Woolfe many times before here on the Technology Tell Gaming Channel. For those of you that have been following that information, and possibly been just as excited as I have, here’s some great news. GRIN has released Woolfe on Steam as an early access title. If you just can’t more »

Kickstart This Is the Police to be a crooked cop

We’ve seen plenty of games funded through Kickstarter in 2014, and it’s looking like 2015 might not be any different. One that has caught our eye already is This Is the Police by Weappy Studios. The game is an intriguing combination of different genres: adventure, visual novel, strategy, and tycoon. With so many things going more »

Sony to make PlayStation Network the center of its entertainment services

Sony Computer Entertainment (SCE) and Sony Network Entertainment International (SNEI) today announced the consolidation of all Sony entertainment services under the PlayStation Network brand, which will henceforth encompass games, TV, video and music services. The change will join PlayStation Store, PlayStation Plus, the cloud-based PlayStation Vue, and PlayStation Now to Video Unlimited and Music Unlimited. Video and more »

Starbound receives first stable update since March 2014

Wow. It’s been almost a year, but Chucklefish has finally come through and delivered a stable update for Starbound, it’s interstellar exploration and adventure game. It’s a shock and awe kind of moment, am I right? Not that there haven’t been minor, unstable updates in the year since. But, the crux is that those updates more »

It’s a sing-off with free Dragon Age Inquisition Tavern Songs

Cool things happen sometimes in video game land, including this surprise announcement from BioWare concerning a small, yet popular part of Dragon Age Inquisition. Not only is BioWare just plain giving away a cool thing for free, but also holding a contest for even more stuff. Stuff is great, stuff is cool and BioWare wants more »

Dragon’s Dogma Online is coming to Japan this year

Capcom is adapting the Dragon’s Dogma IP into a free-to-play MMO, the company announced in a recent issue of Japanese game magazine Famitsu. Thanks to Gematsu and Siliconera’s translation work, we know a bit more about the game than just its genre.  Dragon’s Dogma Online will be available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PC, but only in Japan. Indeed, more »