Netflix and Hulu have become staples in the living room. You are almost expected to have a device of some sort that can access the vast libraries of entertainment they have, and for some time the easiest way to access them were the game consoles that most of us gamers own. But there was always a downside. If you had an Xbox you had to have the gold level of Xbox Live to access the services you already paid for. Kind of lame when you consider the fact that you have never need to pay extra if you have a PlayStation 3 or 4, AppleTV, ChromeCast, or any other number of devices capable of streaming. But that is changing, all for the better.Read More
Microsoft has been willing to act quickly on the feedback that they were given for the Xbox One. When people were getting upset and angry about the DRM polices and the internet connection policy, Microsoft dropped the policies for both and promise for a more open system. Now that is out the way there is one major issue that the PS4 has over the Xbox One and that my friends is the hardware specs... Let’s Talk
Out of all the games that were showcased at E3 2013, the one that I was looking forward to the most was Watch Dogs. My friend and I waited in line for the live demo for a total of three hours. Was the wait worth it? Most people would say no, but I left the demo with more excitement to purchase the final version.
Walking around the Warner Brothers area at E3, I was surprised to see a title I hadn't even heard of prior to my visit to LA. Being a sucker for zombie games, I decided to check it out on the final day. Is Dying Light just another rehash zombie game, or did it show some potential in the live demo? Read on to find out.
Fuse (formally Overstrike 9) has release date of 5/28. Want to know why you should get the game? Well if the fact that it is from Insomniac is not enough of a reason then you should check out the following trailer and then head to their site for info on each of the 4 playable characters.
Christmas may be over but EA is giving gamers a belated holiday gift. As of January 22, 2013 you can get a demo of Dead Space 3 for Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 via there respective networks. Although if you are a 360 owner you have the option of going to http://demo.deadspace.com and signing up for early beta access (while supplies last, expires 1/14/2013 @ 11:59 PM PST, stupid lawyer speak). The demo not only includes the new planet that you crashed on, which is of course teaming with Necromorphs, but it allows you to play co-op as either the reluctant Issac Clarke or the new character Sergeant John Carver. Wow, someone for the military is actually stepping to help this time. What radical thinking? If you find the game to be what you are looking for then look forward to the full game on February 5th in North America for the 360, PS3, and PC. If you are in Europe then don't worry, you only have to wait until February 8th.