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This week on the PlayStation Store, March 31, 2015

Much closer to on time this week, here’s your ol’ pal Lucas’ take on the week’s PlayStation Store releases! It’s amazing how much that whole “real life” thing gets in the way of videogames. Anyway, this is a slower week than last, but a few games of significance are out, as well as a few more »

Typing of The Dead: Overkill adds Steam Workshop

As of an announcement posted Friday, March 27, 2015, The Typing of The Dead: Overkill now supports custom dictionaries via the Steam Workshop. Owners of SEGA’s digital title can create their own word lists for use in the game and share them with other users through Steam. Within the first 24 hours, there are already more »

This week on the PlayStation Store, March 24, 2015

  This week’s PlayStation Store update is all about that Bloodborne. There’s also some Borderlands and a pre-order from that God of War III remaster nobody wants, but that’s beside the point. FROM Software is at it again, and everyone loves it. If you don’t care about having a disc, you’re gonna want to boot up the PlayStation more »

Xbox One April update adds includes voice messages and party chat fixes

New Xbox One features are currently available to preview members, while the rest of us will see them next month. Voice messaging was conspicuously absent as we transitioned from Xbox 360 to Xbox One. Soon that feature will be here. Players will also be able to message from Xbox 360 to and vice versa. Party more »

Nintendo eShop Update for March 26, 2015

Ready to head to the on your or today? I assure you if you do, it will be a rather quick trip. We’re in the midst of a lull. There are six new games, two for the 3DS, three for the Wii U, and one DSiWare title, but none of them are especially striking or more »

By the way, Vita firmware 3.50 is out today too

I know that all Sony system owners are excited about one thing today. You can’t blame them, since the new PS4 firmware Yukimura is out. But there’s Vita firmware too! And if you have both systems and want to use them together for Remote Play, you’re going to have to make time for both updates. more »

Today’s the day! PS4 firmware 2.50 – Yukimura – is here

Today is the most exciting day. I mean, how often is it that the prospect of updating PS4 firmware is a good thing, rather than a tedious roadblock to going online, accessing the PlayStation Store, or doing other fun stuff. Not often, friends. Not often. But that’s not the case today, because PS4 firmware 2.50, more »

New 3DS firmware saves layouts, adds Arkanoid

New 3DS firmware saves layouts, adds Arkanoid Firmware updates on consoles and handhelds are rarely a big deal. It isn’t often that new features are added that make the upgrade even worth it. Except yesterday, new 3DS firmware was released that is kind of a big deal. It’s great for two reasons. The first is more »

Xbox One April update finally fixes achievement notification

I love some Xbox achievements. On the 360 there was nothing I enjoyed more than hearing that little “plink,” annd seeing what task I had accomplished. On the Xbox One, I’ve come to hate it because checking the achievements is such a hassle. Microsoft has heard our complaints, and an April  update currently in preview more »

Xbox Live Update for the week of March 18, 2015

Hey, I’m pretty sure that melon is looking at me funny. I think he wants to go. Fruit Ninja Kinect 2 has arrived on the . Explore the Blueberry Moon Festival and challenge the Fruit Ninja team. Each member has their own game at the festival. Some of your old favorites including Sensei return to more »

Nintendo eShop Update for March 19, 2015

Today is one of those days. We’re right in the cozy period where Nintendo likes to release a lot of first party games. That means the online-exclusive offerings fade away. No sense taking attention away from “major” releases like Fossil Fighters: Frontier or Mario Party 10. This means only 2 and 4 games. On the more »

This week on the PlayStation Store, March 17, 2015

This week’s PlayStation Store update is big for fans of JRPGs and first-person shooters. You either waited months for the new Battlefield, or years for the not-so-new Final Fantasy. Either way, these two games have a truckload of hype behind them. Other than that, there’s a new game from NIS, the next Bladestorm and… Cars? PS4 Battlefield Hardline ($59.99 more »