MLB 2K’s death at 2K Sports was a long and excruciating one. The games hadn’t been good for years. There was such a gap in quality between the MLB 2K games and PlayStation 3 exclusive The Show, thousands of baseball fans bought a PS3 just for that game. Take-Two Interactive Chairman Strauss Zelnick openly announced more »
EVO is the world’s largest fighting game tournament, with thousands of dollars in prizes on the line and legions of fans watching over live streams. They weren’t disappointed by this year’s event. Ryan “Filipino Champ” Ramirez bested all comers in Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, including his teammate Peter “Combofiend” Rosas. Their five-game marathon showed more »
There has been a lot of talk recently about the free-to-play Multiplayer Online Battle Arena (MOBA) League of Legends, and why not? The community grows larger every day with millions of people watching tournaments and Twitch.tv feeds. The community that’s there is very devoted to their game of choice. In many ways, it’s life to more »
Next year (2013) will be Final Fantasy’s 25th anniversary and Square Enix wants to give it to the gamers by crowning one particular fan as the first ever “Final Fantasy Super Fan.”
Online PC retailer, Origin PC, has announced a Black Friday deal that might appeal to anyone looking to get a high-end gaming rig this holiday…
Coming in as significant underdogs, the Taipei Assassins defeated South Korean squad Azubu Frost to win the League of Legends World Championship and took home a $1 million prize…
After all the carnage ensued, Team Solo Mid had emerged with a 2-0 victory over Dignitas.
It’s a night of drinking, friends, and the fine art of gaming all in one place (and no mining necessary)…
Complexity Cross Counter announced one of its most well-known players, Peter “Combofiend” Rosas, is leaving the team. The release said he’s going to pursue other ambitions. Let the rumor mill begin churning. Rosas tweeted that he’s not leaving the fighting game community, and may still help Complexity.
I frequently watch casters stream their games on Twitch.TV. I enjoy witnessing as the caster does what they can to to interact with a loyal community of viewers, while simultaneously providing high quality gaming footage for all to enjoy. Normally, livestreaming a game and providing live interaction requires a competent computer, special software and possibly additional hardware. more »