Sony has officially unveiled a few plans for its next home console, the PlayStation 4, at its annual “PlayStation Meeting.”
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.
I’ve been an editor for this publication for more than five years now, and the real joy of it (aside from offering my thoughts on the latest and greatest happenings in the gaming industry) is fielding questions. We at SmashPad get a bunch of questions each day… some good, some stupid, and some just bizarre. [...]
This post gives me an opportunity to point out my least favorite part of being a game journalist. PR (Public Relations) reps send out press releases every day, which are announcements of news related to game publishers. Today I gladly received this release from Rockstar about new weapons including sticky bombs and exploding bullets because [...]
I’m a little perplexed by a recent article on the Australian gaming site, GamePlayer. The article poses the question in its headline, “Are Gamers Scared of Sex?” While the article is decent, its premise makes practically no sense. It argues that since controversy is always stirred up when games contain explicit sexual content that is [...]
Gaming site, GamesRadar, falls prey to another joke by that tricky little fox. What’s the joke? “Things gamers don’t care about | GamesRadar”
Gaming press site 1UP was recently bought out by conglomerate UGO, who rewarded employees’ hard work with a flurry of layoffs.
They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. In that case, we feel awfully flattered since we were just, well, imitated.