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Xbox April Games With Gold Announced

Xbox April Games With Gold Announced

Microsoft announced today the lineup for their “Games With Gold” promotion available to all current Xbox Live Gold Members.  Each month, Microsoft offers a couple games for Xbox One and a couple more for Xbox 360 that users can download for free for one month.  The games have typically been pretty decent over the past few months and it looks like Xbox 360 owners are getting some really...[Read More]

God of War 3 Remastered Coming to PS4

God of War 3 Remastered Coming to PS4

Sony has announced today that God of War 3 will be getting the HD/Remastered treatment and will be released for the PS4 on July 14th, 2015.  The game was initially released for the PS3 in 2010 and received rave reviews.  From what I remember of the little I played, I remember it looking amazing as well.  I’m really interested in seeing how they spruce up the visuals.  Plus, with the game bei...[Read More]

Nintendo to Enter the Smartphone Gaming Scene at Last

Nintendo to Enter the Smartphone Gaming Scene at Last

Announced earlier this week, Nintendo plans to team up with major Japanese mobile gaming company DeNA to make games for smartphones that include Nintendo licensed characters.  Fans have clamored for Nintendo to enter the mobile scene but up to this point the company has remained silent on any plans.  With this collaboration, it seems that Nintendo plans to create new games featuring licensed chara...[Read More]

5 Reasons Why World of Warcraft is a Great Game For Gamer Parents

5 Reasons Why World of Warcraft is a Great Game For Gamer Parents

World of Warcraft has been around for quite some time now.  I can still remember downloading the game on release day back on November 23, 2004 and making my first character, a Night Elf Rogue.  I eventually made a dozen other characters, settled in on my favorite (the Hunter), and stuck with the game for the following 10 years.  My then girlfriend, who later would become my wife, even got in on th...[Read More]

What Video Games Can Teach You and Your Family

What Video Games Can Teach You and Your Family

Video games are great…wait, no they are fantastic. That’s just a fact. Along with being a fun way to relax and kill some time, video games can teach you and your family a wide range of things and pretty much make you an all around better person. Now while making you a better person may be a bit of an exaggeration, I’m looking at you guy who tea bagged me in Destiny,  they can in ...[Read More]

Dying Light Hard Mode out for Free Today

Dying Light Hard Mode out for Free Today

The latest patch comes out for Dying Light today and it is loaded with free goodies. If you’ve been laughing in the face of those nightmare zombies and getting very pale from only scavenging at night time well then you will be happy to hear that part of Techlands update includes a much anticipated Hard Mode. In addition to the new mode, extra outfits, weapons, gold level rare items, and some...[Read More]

The Order: 1886 Review

The Order: 1886 Review

A lot was riding on The Order: 1886 before it was even released.  As one of the first big games announced for the PS4 when the console was announced, people have been anxiously awaiting it’s release for the past couple of years.  Plus, with Sony’s sub-par exclusive game list up to this point, Sony needed a hit to kickstart their first party library.  The images and video we were shown ...[Read More]

Hearthstone For Phones Coming Soon and New Expansion

Hearthstone For Phones Coming Soon and New Expansion

Blizzard announced today during their PAX East press conference that Hearthstone for iPhones/Android Phones is currently in Alpha and will be coming soon in the next couple of months.  Blizzard showed off the new interface, which surprisingly looks just like it does on the tablet/PC with some minor changes to account for size.  Along with news of the impending phone release, Blizzard announced the...[Read More]

Wolfenstein gets a prequel

Wolfenstein gets a prequel

Last years Wolfenstein: The New Order released quietly and seemed to fade just as fast but it was easily one of the highlights of the early part of the year. It seems like we get treated to more Blazkowicz in a May when Bethesda Software and MachineGames release Wolfenstein: The Old Blood. Set just months before the events of New Order, this stand alone game will feature two new missions, “R...[Read More]

March Game of the Month – Bloodborne

March Game of the Month – Bloodborne

If you’ve been on our site over the past couple months, you’ll know that each month we pick a game that is being released in the current month and highlight it for it’s importance to either gaming as a whole or maybe just something we’re overly excited for.  While last month may have been highlighting a game that was important to the business (at least on Sony’s part)...[Read More]

Roundabout Review

Roundabout Review

In Roundabout, the latest downloadable game from developer No Goblin, you are a driver by the name of Georgio Manos who drives a limo for a living.  By itself, that sounds like a pretty boring premise for a game, but throw in the fact that the limo is constantly spinning, Georgio is played by a redheaded Caucasian woman who never speaks, and when you pick up each character a short FMV scene is pla...[Read More]

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