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Telltale Games Announces Batman Series

Telltale Games Announces Batman Series

by Peter Paltridgeon December 4, 2015
From Strong Bad to Minecraft to The Walking Dead, Telltale Games has handled nearly every property, and now that list includes Batman. Announced during the 2015 Game Awards last night, the yet-to-be-titled series will be episodic, like Telltale’s usual output is, and released one chapter at a time. “At Telltale, we’ve been honored to bring […]
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Here’s The Opening Lineup For Call Of Duty’s World League Tournament

by Peter Paltridgeon December 4, 2015
Earlier this year Activision announced an eSports tournament centered around Call of Duty, and now that the tryouts are over, we know who will be competing. Below is their official list of contestants, as well as where the tournament is taking place and where to head online to watch it. Call of Duty: World League […]

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Sony Officially Drops Playstation 4 Price To $300 For Holiday Season

by Peter Paltridgeon December 1, 2015
One of the most common deals of Black Friday and Cyber Monday was the $300 game console. The Playstation 4 and XBox One were just recently lowered to $349, but just about every major retailer got the idea to hack another $50 off that price to attract shoppers. The massive increase in sales must have […]
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Skylanders Superchargers Review – Full speed ahead!

by James Harveyon November 24, 2015
Skylanders Superchargers is fast-paced and never becomes tiring, despite being lighter in plot than previous entries into the Skylanders series. Superchargers is the fifth Skylanders game and is available for the PS4, Xbox One, Wii U, PS3, Xbox 360, Wii, 3DS and iPad. This Skylanders Superchargers review covers the PS4 edition. With an increasingly crowded competitive […]

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Sony Hints That PS2 Games May Be Playable On PS4 Very Soon

by Peter Paltridgeon November 20, 2015
At first, there was no backwards compatibility in the current generation of game consoles, with the exception of Wii U. Then, suddenly, that changed: Microsoft announced they had found a way to get some XBox 360 games running on the XBox One. Sony reacted with, “That’s nice, but it’s not necessary and we don’t need […]
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Typoman Apeers In This Wek’s Nintendo Downlorde

by Peter Paltridgeon November 19, 2015
This week in the Nintendo Download, it’s the triumphant debut of TYPOMAN, the indie game where words solve everything, just like in Mario Teaches Typing (only much better than that)! Run across a lake and a stormcloud? Just find a D and add it to the word RAIN to DRAIN the lake and cross! If […]

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TZ Interviews Keith Feinstein, Co-Creator of “Be The Astronaut”

by Peter Paltridgeon November 19, 2015
If a science museum was within driving distance of where you lived as a child, you likely have memories of many different traveling exhibits the museum played host to. Since then and now, as with all things, science museum exhibits have gotten a twinge more advanced. How advanced? Well, just take a look at Be […]
Battlefy Unifies The eSports Movement

Battlefy Unifies The eSports Movement

by Peter Paltridgeon November 16, 2015
Competitive video game tournaments (commonly referred to as eSports) have blown up in popularity over the last few years. Tens of thousands of tournaments for games like DOTA 2, LoL and others have taken place just in 2015, amounting to more than 100 million players and almost 150 million viewers watching the events on TV […]

Sony PlayStation 4 – It’s A Wonderful Life

Sony PlayStation 4 – It’s A Wonderful Life

by Alex Beanon November 11, 2015
Sony produces a video reminding you this holiday gift-giving season that their gaming console is “for the players” a not-so-slightly-subtle dig a Microsoft’s ill-fated attempt to make their console more for non-video game players at the outset of its introduction and uses a Vanilla Ice lookalike to do it…
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Full Launch List Of Titles That Work With XBox One’s Backwards Compatibility

by Peter Paltridgeon November 9, 2015
Fallout 4’s release may be foremost in your mind, but if you ever have the urge to play Fallout 3 again (and you played it on an XBox 360), good news: you don’t have to drag out an older console to replay that game. It’s on Microsoft’s list of games that will be backwards-compatible with […]