And there is a crazy amount of debris on the ground. Let’s sift through it together.
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Apparently, Bethesda has unlocked the ability to sail in a leaky boat.
Continue reading Dishonored 2 is Happening, Act Surprised →
So it seems that at least one other writer for this site is excited for E3. He shouldn’t be. E3 is the time of bullshit, the time of lofty promises and crushing realities. Here’s a list of but a few disappointments that you should probably expect:
Continue reading Disembarking the Hype Train: Reasons to Stem Your E3 Excitement →
I’m sitting in an extremely busy airport, assaulted with the scent of Cinnabon, three hours early for my two-and-a-half-hour flight. So what is there to do? I could play Terra Battle, that sounds good. Oh wait, my boarding pass is on my phone, and my battery is terrible. If I do that, I might not be able to even get on the plane in the first place. I can write this article, sure, but not everyone is willing to lug around a laptop like me. And this is a gaming laptop, so the battery life is for shit anyway; it’ll die just before boarding. If only there was something that I could play games on that I wouldn’t have to worry about if the battery ran out. Why aren’t things like that relevant anymore? Continue reading Handheld Games Are Still Important, Shut Up →
Today, Ouya announced that it had received an investment from China’s Alibaba Group. Along with the investment comes an agreement for Ouya to port their software to Alibaba’s YunOS. These are the potential first steps towards the eventual goal of selling Ouyas in China, perhaps the first plan for console distribution in the country since it recently lifted its ban on video game consoles. This is perhaps the last chance for the Ouya to become as successful as it seemed it would be in its Kickstarter days. If it does, it may cause a major shift in the console market around the world.
Is that really a good thing?
Continue reading China, the Ouya, and the Future of Console Games →
Sony continues to make paying for digital content almost irrelevant with this month’s offering for Plus subscribers. Continue reading After Some Lackluster Months, PlayStation Plus Gives You Every Game You’ve Ever Wanted (Almost) →
What do you think of when I say (or write, whatever) the phrase “video game convention”? Probably things like E3, PAX, maybe even Comic-Con depending on your familiarity with video games (hint: Comic-Con is not a video game convention). But for myself and many like me, the first think that pops into our brain and tumbles out of our mouth almost before you can finish the question is MAGFest.
Continue reading Why MAGfest is What Videogame Conventions Should Be →
Phil Spencer – head of Microsoft’s Xbox division and t-shirt aficionado – wore a shirt with the Battletoads logo at a Windows 10 press conference earlier today. Of course, this achieved the desired goal of setting the internet ablaze. But in all this fervor I have to wonder: Do we need a new Battletoads game?
Continue reading Would More Battletoads Really Be A Good Thing? →