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Tangram Attack: Don’t become complacent

Earlier this month, I mentioned that Tangram Attack for the is more of a stylus skill trainer than a game about tangrams. This is still true, but now that I’ve had the game for a little longer I have noticed something else incredibly important. It is very easy to underestimate the difficulty of this game. more »

Nintendo eShop Update for August 21, 2014

You know, I’m not sure what to think about the Update these days. It’s getting too unpredictable. One week, the and eShops will be sorely lacking in terms of content, then the next there will be more amazing games than you can afford to pick up in a week. This week is leaning toward the more »

This week on the PlayStation Store, August 19, 2014

We’re moving out of the summer slump and with it comes tidings of games. This week the PlayStation Store launched 11 new games between the PlayStation 4, PS3, and Vita. There are a few games on sale that are worth noting before I go into the full list, though. Catherine ($9.99), Dragon’s Crown ($19.99), and more »

Xbox Live update for the week of August 13, 2014

After a delay to work out some technical issues, Pinball FX2 is now available on the Xbox One. Tables purchased on Xbox 360 will now carry over to Xbox One free of charge. It includes the Sorcerer’s Lair table for absolutely free, so it’s worth trying to see if you’d like to purchase any other more »

Nintendo eShop Update for August 14, 2014

All eyes on the ! This week’s eShop update is better for owners than for those with the , but we’ll make do. Especially since there’s something rather exciting. I’m talking about the eShop debut of Mega Man Battle Chip Challenge. Well, it’s exciting for me because I never played the original, but still. So more »

This week on the PlayStation Store, August 12, 2014

The PlayStation Vita takes first place this week with six games releasing for the hand-held console today. The PS3 and PS4 have only three games to their name on tap this week, but after some exciting announcements at Gamescom 2014 there’s plenty to look forward to. Here’s what released in the PlayStation Store this week. more »

Tangram Attack: More about stylus skills than tangrams

For those who need a little reminding, tangrams originated from China, and are essentially pictures that are formed from basic shapes like triangles, and squares. I remember having a math teacher in elementary school that liked to torture us with these. I always sucked at tangrams. There was something about the fact that it makes more »

Xbox Live Update for the week of August 6, 2014

Call of Duty Ghosts’ final DLC, Nemesis is live this week on Xbox consoles. In the final Extinction mission Exodus, your team has to get key personnel to a low orbit space station while aliens overrun Earth. Among them are the Ancestors, the deadliest enemies you’ve faced yet. It’s the last mission, don’t hold anything more »

Nintendo eShop Update for August 7, 2014

It’s the Nintendo update day! owners may want to sit this one out, since all they’re getting today is The Mysterious Murasame Castle. This is a day. They’re mainly Virtual Console games, but there may still be one or two classics you missed and need to pick up now. As for sales, there are two. more »

This week on the PlayStation Store, August 5, 2014

It’s the first Tuesday of the month, which means free games for PS Plus members in the PlayStation Store, as well as new releases. (Some are both!) The PlayStation Blog highlighted all the games that were going to be released for free in an end of July post, but I’ll re-cap the entire list right more »

Xbox Live down? Microsoft is “on it”

Having trouble launching some of your favorite games, or playing online with friends? Xbox Live is down, that is it’s still having connectivity issues, and at the moment it’s across the board for Xbox 360 games. The ‘s problems have been solved for the moment, since both consoles were having troubles all last month. Popular more »

Nintendo eShop Update for July 31, 2014

Nintendo update time! This week is a pretty good one for and owners. It isn’t an incredible update, with lots of games or something super notable, but it’s pleasant. Frederic: Resurrection of Music looks good, and it’s difficult to complain about 4 new Wii U games and 2 3DS games. There are also 3 3DS more »