I previously explored the 16 bit era and discussed some of the things that I felt led to it being video gaming’s first golden age. As amazing as those games were, they would go on to serve as but a stepping stone to the next “golden era” of gaming. After the 16-bit consoles came the more »
Sqaure Enix has released footage of the Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII gameplay video that will be shown at E3 2013. The video shows the pink haired heroine as she runs, jumps and battles her way through an ominous old building. What do I think of the trailer? Well, it’s disappointing to see that it more »
Microsoft revealed the next Xbox at an event from its campus in Redmond, Washington today. Simply called the Xbox One, Microsoft is expecting the console to be an “all in one” system that’s “simple, instant and complete.” The Xbox One also comes with a new version of Kinect. By saying “Xbox On,” the console activates more »
The Xbox One conference is fast approaching. In a few hours, at 10am PST/12pm CST/1pm EST, we have the option of spending an hour hearing about Microsoft’s newest console. Which, based on early indications from Microsoft, is all we’ll be hearing and seeing. The company has already said this presentation will be all about the more »
February is Black History Month, and to celebrate GamerTell is looking back at gaming’s most memorable Black characters. These heroes are a part of our pop culture fabric, and there is growing ethnic diversity among them. Next up Carl “CJ” Johnson, the protagonist of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. He’s trying to get out of more »
The Spike Video Game Awards were on December 7, 2012. Did you catch them? Me either. Sadly, I was out doing other things. I mean, it is a Friday night. Fortunately, all of us who didn’t watch them live as they happened can catch up on Spike’s website with the 2012 VGA recap. All the more »
The Tell game channel editor pulls out an oldie but a goodie that pits a PS2 against an Xbox in a battle of words and wits that could only have taken place back in 2004…
School is starting but the gaming fun doesn’t have to end. Here are several games that will help you get back into the school spirit…
(Warning: This article contains spoilers.) Silent Hill. A small abandoned ghost town in America covered in a dark ashy fog and shrouded in mystery. Cue the sirens, fade the screen into darkness and unleash the hordes of nightmarish creatures. “Welcome to Silent Hill.” Silent Hill began in 1999, published by Konami for its first release more »
Winners of the 10th Annual G.A.N.G. awards announced
Get ready to remember how awesome older entries in the Grand Theft Auto series could be. Rockstar has just confirmed that Grand Theft Auto III: 10 Year Anniversary Edition will be on your iOS and Android devices next week. December 15, 2011, to be exact. Which means returning fans and new audiences will be able to help Claude make a name for himself in Liberty City while also working towards a confrontation with his ex-girlfriend, Catalina.
To be fair, Catalina has it coming…
If you happened to “like” Toys R Us on Facebook, then a rather interesting album announcement probably showed up in your News Feed last night. It turns out Toys R Us offered its fans a firsthand look at its in-store mystery deal doorbusters! The 11 page ad shows a number of offers that will be on sale between November 24, 2011 and November 26, 2011. Surprisingly, there are quite a few gaming and electronics deals, not to mention the announcement that Toys R Us will have $199 Kindle Fire tablets in stock.
Let’s just jump right into these offline-only Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday deals…