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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 taken the task upon themselves and released their own, wacky, mysterious unboxing video below:
If you don’t recognize the funny accent and always-smiling face of Sony executive, Shuhei Yoshida, the joke might have been a little lost on you.…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, children….and men.…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 then has been enjoyed by millions of people, made an incredibly amount of money that would probably make your head explode, and has gone through several changes, and with Warlords of Draenor, it’s newest expansion, it is about to get a little bit bigger.…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.
During the experiment, participants were to play Super Mario 64 for half an hour a day.…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 made over a billion dollars in just a few days.…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, on the massively successful streaming site that is Twitch.…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 Wii U, which has not performed well.…Read More »
In a stunt to promote the upcoming release of their Xbox One console as well as that next chapter in the ever-popular Dead Rising franchise, Microsoft had a giant Xbox One built in Vancouver. On Halloween, zombies emerged from it as part of the promotion stunt, and also just to give some good ‘ol scares.…Read More »
With a little over two weeks left before the launch of the PlayStation 4, Sony has released “The Ultimate FAQ” for the system. It contains a massive amount of details and facts regarding the console, and you’ll likely find the answers to any lingering questions within it.…Read More »
A new robotics team called Anki is seeking to redefine the way we look at video games and bring them into the physical sphere. “We’ve been working to take artificial intelligence out of research labs and build it in consumer products that people can use in their everyday lives,” said Mark Palatucci, co-founder of Anki and Chief Product Officer.…Read More »
The U.S Army is slowly becoming much like science fiction and video games. The latest gadget from the army is a futuristic soldier helmet called the Helmet Electronics and Display System-Upgradeable Protection. That’s a long name for a cool helmet.
Basically, the helmet is a modular version of the current head gear, but with a face protective 9mm plating along with a heads up display powered by an Android smartphone.…Read More »
Extra Life is having a 25-hour long gaming marathon to help raise money for children in hospitals on November 2.
The group is associated with Children’s Miracle Network Hospital and Jeromy Adams, the man who started it, sees gamers in a much brighter light than much of society.…Read More »
Rumors are circulating that the new Xbox One is going to be more user friendly than previous versions of the console. According to a listing found Dell’s web store, the Xbox One will be able to run Windows 8 apps and even sync to your desktop tablet, television, or phone.…Read More »
No, this isn’t a hoax; you can really play Super Mario Bros in your web browser. Productivity going down the toilet in 3… 2… 1…Read More »
Amazon UK is fifteen years old now, and with that, the company has released a list of top 10 video games sold throughout those years. You would expect Amazon to giveaway some free products on such a day, but we can live with this.…Read More »
The Red Cross is on a mission to have game developers add war crimes punishments to their games. This initiative is directed at games with realism such as the Arma and Operation Flashpoint series of video games. Apparently, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) feels these kinds of games are so real that they should also portray penalties for war crimes.…Read More »
Well, spoiled kids + technology = headache, regardless of if it has to do with Minecraft or not.Read More »
He also likes punching his wall. Multiple times. Over the same game.Read More »
Who doesn’t like explosions?Read More »
As the upcoming Xbox One and PlayStation 4 have proven, second screen gaming is the next step in making video games more fun and engaging. Now, what if you could have that second screen right in front of your eyes via Google Glass?…Read More »
If I had told you roughly two decades ago that video games would become to advanced that they appear to be realistic, would you have believed me? Probably not. But that is indeed what has happened — and it gives me the chills to think about how far technology has come in such a short time.Read More »
A 9-year-old boy was recently sentenced to home confinement by a state judge after he brought a hand-gun with 6 bullets, a steak knife and a small handled sledge hammer to school. When something like this happens, some folds tend to blame video games.…Read More »
I’ll save you the trouble. This isn’t a video of an actual city, not in the traditional sense. It is Los Santos from the video game Grand Theft Auto V. But GTA 5 is so realistic, even I was fooled temporarily.Read More »
Do you remember that special little game on Windows 95 called ‘Hover’? It’s a game that has been long forgotten by many, but Microsoft did the unthinkable and brought it back to life as a browser game. The game is optimized for Internet Explorer 11, but don’t let that stop you from playing it via other browsers.…Read More »
Yep, I can vouch this to be true.Read More »
This infographic compares the three latest video game consoles.Read More »
After being available on Apple’s App Store since August, the popular Plants vs. Zombies 2 is set to launch on Android next month, according to sources familiar with EA’s plans. Interestingly, an Android version of the game launched earlier this month, but only for China.…Read More »
Last week, Valve teased three announcements for this week. The first has been unveiled as SteamOS, a new operating system based on the Linux architecture that’s designed for gaming on the big screen. It will be available soon for “living room machines,” free of charge.…Read More »
It doesn’t actually fire needles, but it weighs 10 lbs so you can still kill someone with it. Who wants one?Read More »
974 people playing Super Mario. In one video. Yes, really.Read More »