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Video Games: From Art to Artifact

The idea of video games as art has been something of a gray area for a long time now, with gamers insisting that games are indeed art, and everyone else insisting that gamers have been inhaling their own Cheeto dust...

Urbanears Hellas Wireless Headphones: Tough to Use but Worth the Hassle

Urbanears Hellas headphones have one particular advantage for the gamer, in that they're wireless and can work with most any device that offers Bluetooth connectivity. That's both their blessing and their curse, as I recently found out when trying a...

Cuphead Makes a Reappearance at PAX East

With PAX East 2016 now concluded, some exciting news has emerged from the event. One of the biggest such events was the resurgence of Cuphead, which we originally saw last year at E3. This old-school--on several fronts--action shooter has gained...

Samson Go Mic Connect Review: Frustrating But Valuable for Game Voice Connections

Gaming, these days, is increasingly marked by voice traffic. From teammates shouting instructions at one another for fire direction to opponents trash-talking one another to even players migrating to YouTube to do "Let's Play" videos. This means that having the...

Brace Your Wallet: Oculus Ready PC Bundles Arrive

The first word about the PCs that will run with the Oculus Rift--and come with the Oculus Rift--are now on hand, and the news is not good for the budget conscious. The "Oculus Ready PCs", as they're known, will be...

Overkill's The Walking Dead Gets Long-Term Bump Back

Bad news for those hoping for a good Walking Dead game that isn't episodic in nature; the Overkill release of The Walking Dead has been shifted clear back to the second half of 2017. While this isn't bad news in...

Ark: Survival Evolved--A Minecraft Killer?

The Xbox Game Preview program has brought out some interesting advance looks at some unexpected titles, and one of the most exciting just recently arrived. It's "Ark: Survival Evolved," and console gamers are getting their first taste of a game...

The Easiest Way to be a WWE Wrestler Ever

Have you ever harbored secret fantasies of being a WWE wrestler? If you have, you're likely not alone, but the thought of bulking up to that degree and learning that much about stunt work and drama likely puts it out...

Sonic the Hedgehog Grows Up: Sega Promises Better Quality

That little blue bundle of speed that's been with the gaming community since the days of the Sega Genesis in the 1990s, Sonic the Hedgehog, has been a lot of things. He's been a gaming icon, he's been a lightning...

My Time in Bethesda's Fallout Shelter

One of the biggest surprises of E3 2015 was Bethesda's revelation that it had made a completely different kind of Fallout game: Fallout Shelter. This resource management vault simulation was weak sauce compared to the grand buffet of graphic and...

Fallout 4: Are You Dreaming of Electric Sheep?

Today, I have a little something special for you, a bit of analysis on the recent Fallout 4 news and a potential bit of advance theory about the plotline. Normally, I like to take the news and run it through...

E3 2015: Fallout 4 Announcements Shock Crowd

And so, the day finally arrived. That big day in which Bethesda launched its first press conference at E3, which also happened to be the first press conference OF E3. But the big Bethesda show had plenty of excitement on...

Nintendo's Plan For Mobile Gets a Little More Detail

What a difference a day makes, huh? Yesterday we didn't have much detail at all around Nintendo's new NX platform, and now we've got word about Nintendo's earliest plans for mobile. These are actually some really interesting plans, too, and...

Microsoft Arcadia: Microsoft's Streaming Service in the Making?

The competition between Sony and Microsoft has been downright frantic for most of the last year now, and while Sony has been the clear winner for some time now, there are signs that Microsoft is making some gains and posing...

The iPhone 6: Good News for Gamers?

It's easy to look at the arrival of any new gaming platform and wonder if it will be, ultimately, good news for gamers or not. Certainly, before the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 ultimately made appearances, the question was often...

Why The Wii U Could Be The Indie Developer Console of Choice

We've heard about indie development quite a bit when it comes to gaming. The PC has probably been the ultimate destination for same for some time going back as far as the days of shareware and game modding. Mobile devices...

Twitch To Go: Streaming For Mobile Games Now Available

While some may find the idea of watching other people play video games to be the zenith of uselessness, the idea that this activity might be fun is catching on, and more and more people—and platforms—are turning to Twitch to...

The Next Generation Of Console Wars May Get Crowded

Right now, with the newest generation of the console wars in place, it's looking like a two-horse race. Sony and Microsoft are dueling for the hardcore gamer market while Nintendo doesn't seem to be doing much of anything but waiting...

iPhone 5: Mobile Gaming's New Best Friend?

Naturally, with the emergence of the new iPhone 5S, a lot of people are taking a close look at this new device, and are emerging from this consideration with a variety of conclusions that seem to vary from one user...

Microsoft Ratcheting Up The Xbox One Offerings

Sometimes the best stories come around as a result of combining separate news items into a new and exciting whole. Microsoft is going to give us the chance to do just that today as it looks to show off the...

A Google Game Center May Be In The Works

Interesting new reports have emerged suggesting that Google may have an exciting new development in mind as far as games go, a development that may well put a new star in multiplayer gaming's firmament.It's no secret that a lot of...

The Biggest iPhone Games Of 2012 Have Something In Common

So there was some very interesting news to show up today thanks to a recent look at the iTunes games market. Turns out the top grossing iOS games and apps of 2012 all had one critical point in common.What was...

Why The Apple Response To Boyfriend Maker May Spur HTML5 Development

Recently, there was an unusual entrant in the Apple App Store known as "Boyfriend Maker". This title focused on the ability to develop several young men, vaguely similar in appearance, and turn them into "boyfriend material". I know, it sounds...
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