Posts Tagged ‘google+’
Posted by Topper the Wonderdog on June 14, 2012 under Featured, News
After playing the original Max Payne over 4 times in its entirety over the years, even Max 3 hasn't had as much oomph for this author as the flagship entry to the franchise. Max Payne 2 left many things to be desired when comparing to the epic yet classic 'hollywood format' storyline of Max Payne, so it's no wonder that this author is presently downloading it for mobile consumption. Sin... more.
Posted by Topper the Wonderdog on May 3, 2012 under Featured, Tech Bones
What's google gravity? Well it's not a video game. It's the new addictive way Google lets you search. Google Gravity is a Google Chrome experiment from the Mrdoob website that basically just forces Google's parts to become much heaver and fall to the bottom of your screen. What's interesting about this experiment is that each and every part of the nifty mathematics created to simulate the... more.
Posted by James Sullivan on April 18, 2012 under Paws Button, Trailers
Our bro's at GameAspect give the next edition of "GameCast" Check it out! GameAspect.Com’s GameCast Episode 5 with Alex, Stephen and James In The News, GOG.Com offers Fallout for Free, we discuss Google’s Augmented Reality goggles (A.K.A. Google Goggles), The Dead Linger Kickstarter http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/sandswept/the-dead-linger, BF3 private console servers, Eve-Online... more.
Posted by Topper the Wonderdog on March 5, 2012 under News
As mentioned everywhere the start of this year, GameGuidedog rewarded several gamers last month up till today giving thanks for a wonderful 10 years online. If you found our Facebook Group or have joined our fanpage, you'll still be included in future gifts from us as well... Those that keep a close eye on us (and there are quite a few) have both noticed and mentioned that our usual overload ... more.
Posted by Topper the Wonderdog on January 18, 2012 under Featured, News
It won't be possible to get through today without hearing about the legistlation bills known as SOPA and PIPA being discussed which are attemps to squelch internet websites that use fruadulent or illegal means to infringe on copyrighted materials. Opponents include Google, Yahoo!, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, AOL, LinkedIn, eBay, Mozilla Corporation, Roblox, Reddit, the Wikimedia Foundation, ... more.
Posted by 360informer on October 24, 2011 under News
In a controversial move to many fans, Namco Bandai's Project Aces team has taken Ace Combat: Assault Horizon in a completely new direction from previous games in the long-running flight combat series. Some would say that it has been Call of Duty-ified, shifting to more of a Hollywood blockbuster action movie approach with new helicopter battles, on-rails gunner missions, scripted stealth bomber ob... more.
Posted by 360informer on September 10, 2011 under News
On paper, Ape Escape and PlayStation Move go together like monkeys and bananas. But are the two a winning combo in execution? Should you even waste your time with it? Lets find out! When Sony first announced the PlayStation Move, Ape Escape was one of the first games I thought of as an ideal mate to showcase the incredible motion control capabilities of the accessory. After all, Ape Escape a... more.
Posted by 360informer on August 23, 2011 under News, Tech Bones
Next month, Media Molecule finally brings full PlayStation Move support to LittleBigPlanet 2, including innovative new ways to create levels through motion control as well as backwards compatibility for all existing story chapters and community levels. LittleBigPlanet 2‘s PlayStation Move Pack DLC promises to be the largest game update yet, with new tools, levels, power-... more.
Posted by Topper the Wonderdog on August 18, 2011 under News, Tech Bones
Wonder if it's a 'gold rush' as Scott Stienberg states it in the video below? Will the new app location really make a big craze like folks are thinking? Our take on this topic is pretty straightforward which is thus: Google+ had a nice launch buzz by opening/closing it's Beta door on everyone. Since that moment, there was not too much interest other than everyone waiting for Google to open i... more.
Posted by 360informer on August 17, 2011 under Trailers
It looks like the copyright law bill s.978 is pushing off to get in full force, as many of the gameplay videos being posted from Gamescom are being pulled as soon as they are posted. Anyways, we have the authorized video right from the source. Here is a brand new trailer from Gamescom for Assassin Creed Revelations. Assassin Creed Revelations is set to release later this year on PC, ... more.