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  • Report: PS4 Beats XBox One in Sales, Hardware, and Compatibility

    Posted by on March 26, 2014 under Uncategorized
    There is indeed a storm brewing between Sony’s PS4 & Microsoft’s Xbox One consoles… From the get-go there were some issues with all hoopla going round with Xbox One. However, when push came to shove, Xbox came back & retracted on all the negatives they were being criticized for. The question going round though is whether or not the steep price for either one is really worth it. En... more.
  • Grandpa and the Zombies

    Posted by on January 23, 2014 under Uncategorized
        Grandpa and the Zombies is now available on the App Store for iOS and on Google Play and the Amazon Appstore for Android  Hamburg, January 23rd, 2014 – Tivola Publishing announces the release of Grandpa and the Zombies, a crazy and brain-teasing zombie game, for every major mobile platform. Grandpa Willy is not a young lad anymore, but he does n... more.
  • Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time 3DS, new port is a fail?

    Posted by on July 6, 2011 under Uncategorized
    Some of our gaming review comrades agree that the update to Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time for the 3DS is both beautiful and well, also quite N64-ish. Granted the new Zelda Ocarina is being served to a new generation, the port is only partially improved and mostly just a bad port when referencing the enjoy-ability of the original. "The most noticeable changes are the new character models.... more.
  • iPhone 5 not a huge update over iPhone 4 | Tech Bones

    Posted by on July 5, 2011 under Uncategorized
    Will Apple's iphone 5 start shipping in September? We have already covered many of the important details to be included in the iPhone 5, however per this report, the phone is not really all the bells and whistles they are claiming it's was supposed to be. Or is it? Apple's upcoming iPhone 5 is reportedly not a huge update over the current flagship model, the iPhone 4. This is according... more.
  • DS Outsold 3DS for April

    Posted by on May 13, 2011 under Uncategorized
    It might be the longevity of the cheaper portable console, or perhaps it’s just that there are quite a few more release titles on the DS and the 3DS is still relatively new.  It also could be due to the fact that so many owners of the DS don’t feel ready to invest in a 3DS just yet but last month DS units themselves outsold 3DS. Nintendo's latest handheld, the 3DS, has hit a ro... more.
  • Will all Call of Duty titles return to normal when PSN comes back up?

    Posted by on May 9, 2011 under Uncategorized
      Apart from Black Ops of course we hope there will be no more hackers with the ability to do what they did and Call of Duty 4 Modern Warfare will be resurrected from the dead. Because we’ve heard this was unplayable. It’s a shame that so many titles’ playability had been tainted by would be ‘hackers’ and exploits of PSN have made security within titles fall by the wayside.&... more.
  • What A Girl Wants, A Guide to Female Gamers

    Posted by on January 18, 2011 under News
    Before I give my latest rant, let us look at statistics for female gamers. The Entertainment software association 2004 study of female gamers states the following: 40% of gamers are female 48% of game purchases are by females. 34% of all gamers are 18 years or older women. 25% of console players are female 39% of physical copies/downloads of pc games are played by females. 74%... more.
  • Overblown: Why Violent Video Games Are Not Responsible For Violent Youth

    Posted by on January 11, 2011 under News, Paws Button
      We have all heard that violent video games are corrupting today's youth. We saw Bill O'Reilly blasting the sex scene on Mass Effect. But the truth is hatred and blame of violent video games appears to be bipartisan. A Democrat sponsored the California law banning violent video games sales to minors, which is currently in the Supreme Court. This law was created by people who do not play or... more.
  • Developers Fleecing Consumers: Why We Have The Shortest End Of The Stick

    Posted by on January 5, 2011 under News, Tech Bones
    It used to be when I bought my games, there was no difference between them new or used except that I saved at least 10 dollars. I had a guarantee I could play as long as I wanted to, whenever I wanted to, even years later for a one-time fee. It was literally no different than buying a movie. Eventually, monthly pay servers were introduced, like W.O.W., which was fine because they kept adding c... more.
  • Piracy: Consumer Rights VS. Developer Rights

    Posted by on December 20, 2010 under News
    Everyone knows the cost piracy has had on video games for the P.C. It has turned a developers dream into a nightmare of D.R.M. for the consumer and lost profits for the developer. Now everyone knows that certain people could never afford video games such as people in 3rd world countries but that does not explain how still to this day over 90% of World of Goo copies are pirated. It is common kn... more.


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