At 1pm today Microsoft streamed a live presentation of the newest generation of Xbox named the Xbox One.
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Mojang announced this past week that MineCon will be held at Disneyland Paris November 24-25. Registration is set to open soon. No other details were released as of yet. Tickets went on sale last year for $99 but rose to $140 for those who hesitated [...]
In this weeks episode we discuss the following news items: MICROSOFT OPENS E3 2012 WITH HALO 4 MICROSOFT XBOX SMART GLASS TABLET “UPDATED” TOM CLANCY’S SPLINTER CELL: BLACKLIST Assassin’s Creed 3 Gets Wet FORZA HORIZON 2012 E3 Microsoft Press Conference Winners and Losers Wecome to [...]
How many of you loaded up Gran Turismo 5 only to find that the promises of better, more realistic vehicle damage were shattered. Let’s face it, while GT5 is a solid racing game, slamming a Ferrari head on into a wall at 175 mph should [...]
A report from GAMEPOLITICS states that New York State Assemblymen want to ban all anonymous commentary from internet websites unless the user agrees to attach his/her name to the post. The bill, written by Republican Assemblyman Jim Conte, claims it [...]
In this weeks episode we discuss the following news items: COD Black Ops 2 Official Release Date Skype Comes To PlayStation®Vita $99 Xbox 360 and Kinect with a two-year subscription “Dawnguard” New Skyrim DLC As usual, the Hardcore Christian Gamer website provides some great [...]
According to GAMESPOT, Microsoft will announce at E3 Expo a new music app for the Xbox 360 dashboard to replace the current music app ZUNE. The new app is currently called WOODSTOCK, but unclear if that will be it’s title after launch [...]
The US HOUSE of Representatives amended the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) and then forced onto the floor for a vote one day early than scheduled. The vote passed the bill 248-168 with 15 no votes (yeah thanks for nothing). You can check [...]
The Smithsonian American Art Museum opens their Video Games Exhibit with Gaming Festival called The Art of Video Gamers. The exhibit is curated by Chris Melissinos of Past Pixels with the task of preservation of video game history. Melissinos is aided by Double Fine’s TIm [...]
Now that 2011 is in the history books ending its final quarter with a bang from the gaming industry, it’s time to turn our attention forward and prepare for the year to come. Using the end of 2011 as a cautionary tale as to how [...]