Sony has officially unveiled a few plans for its next home console, the PlayStation 4, at its annual “PlayStation Meeting.”
Despite not coming out and saying it clearly, the event that Sony will be hosting at 5 PM EST on Wednesday, February 20 is obviously going to be about the next-generation PlayStation console. The myriad of rumors and the marketing that Sony has made leading up to this event says everything that needs to be […]
Hot off the heels of last night’s big announcements from Nintendo of Japan, Nintendo of America had their own preview of what’s to come for the Wii U–including the release date and price of their next generation console, and it looks like the western gamers will be the first to get their hands on the […]
A few hours ago, Nintendo held “Nintendo Direct” videos to update gamers, fans, and writers alike about what the popular developer and publisher has up its sleeve for the coming months. Japan and North America each had separate Nintendo Directs, and while each one had some content exclusive to each region, each one also had […]
It has been roughly 24 hours since Nintendo’s E3 2012 Press Conference at the Nokia Theatre, and while it’s safe to say that we know a whole lot more about the Wii U and its GamePad, the lack of more important information has left Nintendo’s audiences confused.
Time to get a little bit personal. Calling me a jaded gamer might be the most accurate assessment possible. I don’t think too much of the current state of the gaming industry. I’ve long railed against the west’s influence on things, stepping away from the diversity and direction that gaming had in the 90s and […]
On Thursday, Oct. 5, the world lost a great innovator of technology. Steven Paul Jobs will be remembered by most people as an esteemed founder CEO of Apple. His inventions, the “Mac,” iPod, iPhone, and iPad are all household names that are revolutionary because of their visual aesthetics and accessibility. According to a release provided […]
It takes quite a lot to really annoy me when it comes to PC DRM schemes. One time activation of games before playing isn’t too onerous. I can tolerate Games for Windows Live and its attempts to shoehorn console conventions onto the PC. But one thing I can’t tolerate is Ubisoft’s ridiculous draconian always-on DRM.
Nintendo uses their press conference to celebrate The Legend of Zelda’s 25th Anniversary, give a shot in the arm for the Nintendo 3DS’ fall lineup, and unveil their next console, the Wii U.
Sony apologized to everybody for the damages caused by the PlayStation Network outage, talked about a ton of PS3 games, and announced key details for the Vita’s upcoming launch.