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It has just been revealed that Ouya, the company which created the mini-console with the same name, will now be accepting Bitcoin as payment.
The Ouya was released earlier this year and allows people to play Android-based games on their …Read More »
Square Enix has announced that Final Fantasy 14: A Realm Reborn, will be coming to PS4 in April of 2014, after a beta which will start on the 22nd of February.
The game is already currently available on PC and …Read More »
If you’re going to get married, do it in style — make it a big fat geek wedding.Read More »
When Sony’s next-generation video game console, the PlayStation 4, launched in the US earlier this month, the company announced that it had sold over a million units in the first 24 hours. Since then, the console has officially launched in …Read More »
PC wins where technology is concerned, but consoles have the better exclusives. Agreed? Good.Read More »
Steam has reached a milestone on Sunday, when at 11 a.m. its store had 7.19 million concurrent users. That is to say, 7.19 people were using Steam at the same time, worldwide.
Lately when it comes to the gaming news …Read More »
So far Call of Duty: Ghosts is the most popular multiplayer game on the Xbox One and is dominating the PS4 as well.
It hasn’t been out for that long, but aside from that, it also the best selling PS4 …Read More »
Gamers have reported being suspended from Xbox Live’s Upload Studio for using bad language. Microsoft stands by this decision and apparently they are losing patience when it comes to the use of “filthy” language.
“(W)e take Code of Conduct moderation …Read More »
As far as early indications go on how the console wars went on Black Friday, it seems that so far Microsoft is in the lead.
This information comes to us through a survey conducted by InfoScout, a market research firm, …Read More »
If you’re having trouble redeeming your vouchers on the PlayStation Network (PSN), it is because it has been suspended.
The news was announced yesterday on the PlayStation Blog by Sid Shuman, who is a social media manager at Sony.
“Unfortunately …Read More »
This is a generation of kids to be proud of.Read More »
Grand Theft Auto 5 is one of the most successful games in history, fun to play, and critically acclaimed, with people already predicting it will take many Game of the Year awards. An earlier version of the franchise, though, Grand …Read More »
Valve, the much loved game-making company that has also yet to announce a true sequel to one of it’s most popular games, has created and launched the beta for Steam Reviews. This service will allow it’s users to write and …Read More »
One of the most awaited technologies of 2013 were PS4 and Xbox One. PS4 launched on 15 Nov and the next of day of its official launch, Sony announced that it sold a million units of PS4 in less than …Read More »
In preparation for the launch of Xbox One, Microsoft started a “Doctor’s order” campaign on the Xbox One’s official website. In the campaign, users can make “Doctor’s order” notes and send them via email to bosses or teachers in order …Read More »
A new study done by the University of Glasgow has found that there is no direct link between playing video games and bad behavior in children.
The study was conducted in Britain and had a very large test sample, with …Read More »
This fall and till the summer of 2014, every tongue will be wagging about PS4 and Xbox One, debating whether one is better than the other. Since it is a norm that gaming consoles are released along with their intricate …Read More »
Just like last time, when the PS3 and Xbox 360 were launched, video games aficionados came across two new errors, the “Yellow Light of Death error” in PS3 and “Red Light of Death error” in Xbox 360, this time also …Read More »
Fight, fight, fight!Read More »
It has only been roughly 48 hours since the PS4 was released and stats are coming in that it has already over sold a million units in just the first day.
It’s definitely great news for Sony, especially when you …Read More »
If there’s one mobile game that everyone’s heard of at least once, and is not called Angry Birds, it’s Temple Run. The popular runner game is reportedly being considered for a film adaptation, and would be produced by the same …Read More »
Folks, it is the age of the geek.Read More »
This will hit home for pretty much all video gamers.Read More »
We’re only a few days away from the launch of the PlayStation 4, Sony’s big bet on the next-generation of video games. And what new product launch would be complete these days without some sort of unboxing video? Sony has …Read More »
As a huge fan of the Xbox, news like these doesn’t go down well. Personally, this mindless squabble amongst fanboys about resolutiongate and the Xbox One’s extra features doesn’t phase me at all. In the gaming world, you have man-children, …Read More »
Blizzard has just announced it’s newest update to it’s massively successful game, World of Warcraft, and it will be called Warlords of Draenor.
World of Warcraft, or WoW, as it is more commonly known, was released in 2004 and since …Read More »
A new study suggests that video games may actually be good for your brain. The research was done at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development and Charité University Medicine St. Hedwig-Krankenhaus. Try saying that five times in a row.…Read More »
Rockstar is set to give players, who experienced the first month of GTA Online and it’s many problems, $500,000. No, not real $500,000 — in game $500,000.
GTA 5, which was released in late September, was a massive success and …Read More »
Yesterday at Minecon, Mojang, who developed the incredibly popular Minecraft, and Twich, announced that players will be able to now stream Minecraft while they play.
Minecraft will join a plethora of other games, such as League of Legends and Starcraft, …Read More »
In this past quarter Nintendo has suffered an 8 billion yen loss ($81 million), almost negating the 8.6 billion yen profit from the previous quarter. Much of this can be attributed to the poor sales of it’s newest console, the …Read More »