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Top 10 retro video games

Top 10 Retro Video Games

Video games have come a long way from those 8 bit systems from Nintendo and other gaming systems. But for those of us who grew up on those gaming system that seem so obsolete to the gamers of today, there is no comparison. Below are the top 10 retro video games that will forever hold a…

Valve to sell Steam enabled PC packages in 2013

Gabe Newell, CEO of PC game digital distribution pioneer Valve has confirmed the company’s plans to enter the hardware market with a PC based device allowing customers to play purchased games directly on their televisions. In a recent talk with Kotaku, Newell made the following comments on the device which is set to be made…

Evidence suggests that ‘The Phantom Pain’ is Metal Gear Solid V

Being the first game trailer shown during Spike TV’s annual Video Game Awards, The Phantom Pain is certainly an impressive looking project. However since its original showing on Dec 7th  eagle-eyed gamers around the world have pointed to evidence suggesting that the game, purportedly under development by previously unheard of Moby Dick Studios, may in…

‘the last of us’ to launch in may 2013

‘The Last of Us’ to Launch in May 2013

Box Art, New Trailer, and Pre-Order Bonuses Naughty Dog and Sony have joined forces to bring you an epic Zombie survival title, The Last of Us, that’s scheduled to be released on 7th May, 2013, says The Developer Team. Developers have recently revealed some info about extra bonus content that you can grab for pre-ordering…

When will the ‘PlayStation 4’ hit stores?

PlayStation fans have been eagerly awaiting the release date of the so called ‘PlayStation 4’ console. Insiders have suggested that the release date of the console may be between late 2013 or middle of 2014. The questions that have been scratching the heads of PlayStation users are, what sort of hardware will it pack; what…

Jetpack Jinx for Android – Review

If you have a smartphone or tablet, then you’re probably familiar with casual games that keep you hooked for a really long time. These games along with all the apps you have are what actually make your device smart and fun and. Today, we’re going to review a promising new Android game dubbed Jetpack Jinx. Jetpack…

Spec ops: the line, review

Spec Ops: The Line, Review

Full Review Spec Ops: The Line is one of the most important titles I’ve played this console generation. Its unique approach to engaging the player is vastly different from every other shooter game. Usually games focus on game-play and all other aspects play a fairly secondary role, but that is not the case in Yager Studios’ first release. Spec…

Pokemon mega evolutions will change things forever

Pokemon Mega Evolutions Will Change Things Forever

I’ve been pretty open minded when it comes to Pokémon. Since my first Pokémon game, there have been hundreds of new Pokémon, all sorts of different regions, revamped game play mechanics, and tons of new gym leaders. I’m one of those people who get a little frustrated at those who say that Generation I Pokémon…

The happy wheels saga: an interview with jim bonacci and jason schymick

The Happy Wheels Saga: An Interview With Jim Bonacci and Jason Schymick

Anyone who is a fan of online, browser-based flash games has likely heard of (or played) Happy Wheels, found on totaljerkface.com. With a tag line like “Choose your inadequately prepared racer, and ignore severe consequences in your desperate search for victory!”, I was curious about the game’s creator and how a game like Happy Wheels…