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Backyard Sports Moves To The Front With Feature Film

by Alex Beanon March 30, 2016
Popular video game “Backyard Sports” which allows players to play with professional athletes as kids is the latest video game making the jump from small screen to big screen and being made into a feature film. The video game features professional sports stars from all the major American team sports including the NBA [basketball], NFL […]

Your New Oculus Rift Will Come With Farlands

by Alex Beanon March 29, 2016
What’s “Farlands” you may both legitimately ask and expect some sort of viable response? Well, it is this alien world where…aw, never mind…here’s a 49-second glimpse into what it is [sorta kinda]

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Bungie Reveals New Updates For Destiny: The Taken King

by Peter Paltridgeon March 24, 2016
“The Taken King is dead. Yet still his armies yet claw at our worlds. Even as you led the assault on the Dreadnaught, a powerful would-be Taken Prince fled for the safety of the shadows. Hunt him down before he grows too powerful.” So goes the narrative to the big update hitting Destiny next month. […]
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Linkle Has Arrived In This Week’s Nintendo Download

by Peter Paltridgeon March 24, 2016
This week in the Nintendo Download, Hyrule Warriors Legends is finally out! It’s got all the action of the Wii U original, plus new characters like the already-popular genderflipped Linkle. Just be prepared to pay through the nose — this game has a Season Pass, plus you can only play it in 3D if you […]

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New XBox One Update Adds 360 Games, 16-Person Chat

by Peter Paltridgeon March 23, 2016
The XBox One’s new backwards compatibility feature is pretty keen, but what if you don’t own one of those old discs and don’t feel like hunting around the used game bins to find one? Today that problem was solved: Microsoft introduced a new firmware update to their console that will let consumers buy XBox 360 […]

Bully And Manhunt Emerge On Sony PlayStation 4

by Alex Beanon March 22, 2016
Sony PlayStation had a little spring surprise up their sleeves with today’s announcement of the emergence of former PS2 stalwarts “Bully” and “Manhunt” in its PlayStation Store. Both games come from Rockstar – makers of the wildly popular “Grand Theft Auto” series and “Bully” is essentially a high school comedy version of the GTA series […]

Overwatch Animated Short: Recall

by Alex Beanon March 22, 2016
The newest team-based shooter video game coming down the pike is “Overwatch” from Activision-Blizzard. Here is the animated short entitled “Recall” issued to promote the upcoming game [which has an open beta from May 5-9, 2016]…

Black Ops 3’s Nuketown Liberated For All Users

by Peter Paltridgeon March 21, 2016
Before Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 was due to come out last November, Activision offered the Nuketown multiplayer map as an incentive. Only those who held preorders would be allowed to step back into the classic map from Black Opses gone past. That lasted about five months. Nuk3town has now been unlocked for everyone […]

Halo 5: Guardians Trailer Promises Multiplayer Experience

by Alex Beanon March 21, 2016
The Warzone Firefight in “Halo 5: Guardians” is set to arrive in Summer 2015 and the newest trailer says one of the things you can expect is a “all-new multiplayer experience”. That means, in Firefight mode, you can employ up to eight players on your team against waves of “overwhelming enemies” while trying to complete […]
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Finally Revealed: The Playstation VR

by Peter Paltridgeon March 16, 2016
The second coming of virtual reality seemed all but inevitable until those first price tags started coming out. The Oculus Rift would cost $600. The HTC Vive would cost $800! The only major player yet to be revealed in full was Sony’s Playstation VR, and consumers cried out, “Save us, Sony! Give us an affordable […]