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Crowdfunding Success Found On “The Road To Eternity”

Crowdfunding Success Found On “The Road To Eternity”

by Peter Paltridgeon December 22, 2015
You hear a lot about crowdfunding projects that fail to meet their goals, don’t turn in a satisfactory product, or just turn out to be scams. How about a fan-funded project where, for once, everything turned out RIGHT? The development team received more than enough cash, they rewarded all their backers, they turned in the […]
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Abzu: A New PS4 Journey

by Peter Paltridgeon December 21, 2015
One of the standout games in the Playstation 3’s library was Journey, developed by the indie studio thatgamecompany exclusively for Sony. Journey was, essentially, what it said on the tin — a journey, and little more. The game was wordless and never held your hand — it was a pure experience. Your goal was simply […]

Call Of Duty: Black Ops 3 Awakening Coming To Playstation 4 This Groundhog Day

Call Of Duty: Black Ops 3 Awakening Coming To Playstation 4 This Groundhog Day

by Peter Paltridgeon December 21, 2015
They said it would happen, and it has come to pass: Playstation 4 owners now hold the upper hand when it comes to Call of Duty DLC packs. The first expansion pack for Black Ops 3, titled Awakening, was formally announced by Activision today, and for at least 30 days, it’ll be a PS4 exclusive. […]
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Cloud And Minecraft Arrive In This Week’s Nintendo Download

by Peter Paltridgeon December 18, 2015
This week in the Nintendo Download, the unthinkable has happened: Minecraft is finally playable on the system. Did it arrive too late? Did Mojang goof up by not optimizing the second screen for extra controls? (Probably.) Better late than never: you can begin bricklaying today on the Wii U for $29.99, which covers the game […]

More Super Mario Maker Features

More Super Mario Maker Features

by Alex Beanon December 18, 2015
You know about the bookmark, but what about other features on the new Super Mario Maker [due out December 22, 2015]? Nintendo has your back…
Nintendo Provides A Super Mario Maker Bookmark Update

Nintendo Provides A Super Mario Maker Bookmark Update

by Alex Beanon December 18, 2015
Nintendo has unveiled a Super Mario Maker Bookmark update – which will be available on December 22, 2015…

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Sixteen More XBox 360 Games Now Playable On XBox One

by Peter Paltridgeon December 17, 2015
Ah, good, the number of compatible titles with the XBox One’s backwards compatibility service has been expanded! Sixteen additional 360 games now work with the new console, in addition to the 104 the feature launched with not too long ago. Halo: Reach now works with XBox One, as does Deux Ex, Portal, Fable III and […]
New Items Within Call Of Duty: Black Ops 3’s Black Market

New Items Within Call Of Duty: Black Ops 3’s Black Market

by Peter Paltridgeon December 16, 2015
Activision has sent out a new trailer hyping the latest items that can be purchased from the Black Market in Call of Duty: Black Ops 3. As you can see, you can make the loudest, most 60’s-trippy semiautomatic weapon in the world, and that’s just the beginning. New melee weapons, Specialist outfits, taunts, weapon camos, […]

Metal Gearheads Rejoice – Sony PlayStation Signs Kojima To Partnership

Metal Gearheads Rejoice – Sony PlayStation Signs Kojima To Partnership

by Alex Beanon December 16, 2015
Sony PlayStation has signed a partnership agreement with Kojima Productions – the makers of the wildly popular “Metal Gear” video game series – to a console-exclusive for the PS4…
Volcanion Officially Introduced To The Pokemon Family

Volcanion Officially Introduced To The Pokemon Family

by Peter Paltridgeon December 15, 2015
The Pokemon Company has officially announced a new (in relative terms) Mythical Pokemon: some kind of crab-rock-tire combination called Volcanion. What makes him so special? This is the first Pokemon in any game that happens to be both Fire and Water-type at the same time. The official description goes into detail…. Unlike any other PokĂ©mon, […]