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Archives / 2015 / February

Should Nintendo Exit the Console Market?

Should Nintendo Exit the Console Market?

If you asked me to sit down and list some of my favorite video games of all time, chances are that a good portion of those games I would have played on a Nintendo console. Games like Fire Emblem, Smash Bros, Twilight Princess, Paper Mario and Metroid are all games that I absolutely adored. I even went out and bought a Gamecube originally so I could play Resident Evil 4 if you want to count that as...[Read More]

Fable Legends Will Be Free to Play

Fable Legends Will Be Free to Play

Lionhead, the studio behind the upcoming 4v1 game Fable Legends for the Xbox One and PC, has announced that the game will be free to play when it launches later this year.  Like Killer Instinct, which is also on the Xbox One, the game will contain heroes that will be free for a limited time on a rotating schedule.  If you enjoy playing with a particular hero, you can purchase access to that hero p...[Read More]

Dragon Quest Heroes Coming to North America This Year

Dragon Quest Heroes Coming to North America This Year

Square Enix announced today in a press release that their latest Dragon Quest game, Dragon Quest Heroes, will be released in the United States on the PS4 sometime in 2015 for $59.99.  For the first time in the series history, the Dragon Quest Heroes game will be a full scale action RPG where you recruit monsters to hunt alongside you.  If you are a fan of the series, you know that in the past the ...[Read More]

Must Play Games: The NES Years

Must Play Games: The NES Years

If we don’t know our gaming history how will we know our gaming future. I’m going to be listing the must plays that defined each console generation and how they place in video game must play spectrum. Up first NES  Nintendo Entertainment System while not the first available home console, is the grand daddy of the video game boom. Released in 1985, it racked up a total of over 800 games...[Read More]

New Nintendo 3DS XL Review

New Nintendo 3DS XL Review

Nintendo recently released their newest handheld to market called The New Nintendo 3DS.  To the casual observer, there doesn’t seem to be much different with this new installment, but nothing could be further from the truth.  After spending a weekend putting it through it’s paces, I’m here to report on the changes in the latest handheld release and why it’s the best Nintend...[Read More]

Next Titanfall Game Most Likely Will Be Multi-Platform

Next Titanfall Game Most Likely Will Be Multi-Platform

EA CFO Blake Jorgensen hinted at a Technology, Internet, and Media Conference on Monday that the next Titanfall (which isn’t yet announced) will most likely be a multi platform game.  Titanfall was released in 2014 on the Xbox One and PC because of a deal with Microsoft that exclusively linked it to Microsoft console.  It has been thought for some time that Titanfall wouldn’t be exclus...[Read More]

Blackguards 2 Review: Unleash Your Inner Evil

Blackguards 2 Review: Unleash Your Inner Evil

Blackguards 2 is a game that embraces the slogan, “Evil is more fun.”  The Blackguards series seems to enjoy placing you in the role of a morally evil, although sympathetic main character who subscribes to the belief system that the ends justifies the means.  Blackguards 1 was favorably reviewed by critics for it’s adherence to The Dark Eye lore and it’s interesting single ...[Read More]

New Xbox One Dashboard Update Available Now

New Xbox One Dashboard Update Available Now

Major Nelson from the Xbox team announced today that the February Xbox One Dashboard update is rolling out to users today.  This update looks to be a pretty decent one with an update to the Xbox One controller which will decrease the start time of the device down to about 2 seconds.  Game hubs have also been created for each Xbox One game.  From these hubs, you can see what other friends are curre...[Read More]

Club Nintendo Shutting Down

Club Nintendo Shutting Down

If you’ve purchases a Nintendo first party game over the past couple of years, you are probably aware of their rewards program called “Club Nintendo.”  In each first party game was a code you could enter at club.nintendo.com where you could level up your user account to either gold or platinum status.  Depending on where you fell after the club year was up, you received a reward ...[Read More]

February Game of the Month – The Order: 1886

February Game of the Month – The Order: 1886

Sony has been struggling to release first party console exclusives since their PS4 came out .  While the Wii U unleashed a ton of first party games last year and the Xbox One followed with a handful of their own, Sony has been content to sit back and just put out third party multi-platform games and previously released, albeit awesome, indie games.  This could be to blame for the ground it lost in...[Read More]

Madden Super Bowl Simulation Hits The Mark

Madden Super Bowl Simulation Hits The Mark

The guys and gals over at EA Sports have been simulating the Super Bowl games a week ahead of time for a while now.  They have a pretty solid record with 9 correct guesses and 3 incorrect (including last year’s where they predicted Denver would win by 3.)  One thing they haven’t done before is guess the exact final score…until now.  Madden’s prediction of the big game came ...[Read More]

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