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Today Nintendo is streaming live all day from their "super secret" Treehouse division -- those are the product development/localization guys who work directly on all your favorite games. Normally they're kept under wraps (and even at Nintendo HQ they're gated off in their own area) but at E3 Nintendo was broadcasting live from a stage on the show floor with Treehouse members as our hosts, and now... Read more →
Yesterday it was reported that Microsoft might be purchasing Mojang, the makers of Minecraft, in a deal valued at over $2 billion.
Microsoft's interest in Minecraft is not a surprise given the game's massive popularity, especially among children who represent the next generation of gamers.
But Mojang agreeing to a purchase is a bit... Read more →
Tomorrow Destiny arrives for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. Reviewers started receiving their copies over the weekend and the servers went online today. Of course, that means no day-one reviews tomorrow, so gamers will be picking the game up tomorrow based on the Bungie name, the pre-release news and trailers and of course, the hype.
Bungie explained their decision... Read more →
The rules, if you didn't see the previous posts:
- Beat or finish one game a month. That usually means completing the main story mode and getting the credits to roll.
- Side-quests don't need to be finished. That way leads to madness.
- I can finish more than one game a month, but it doesn't...
It's the first day of August so it's time for another update on how this project is going. Oh, to be young and have summers off, because then I'd be playing games all the time and my backlog wouldn't stand a chance. Alas, I am an adult with adult responsibilities and summers mean nothing. Nothing! Well, they mean longer days and having to put the air conditioner in the window.
The basic rules:
- Beat or finish one game a month. To...
- Earn its place in the world
- Provide Outstanding Value to PlayStation Gamers and Gaming as a whole
- Innovate and break down expectations and traditional ways in a digital world
Dark Souls I and II are often considered some of the hardest games ever made. Mistakes and death are frequent, the dungeons are endless and frustration is frequent! That said, Dark Souls has managed to capture a very loyal following and FromSoftware continues to actively develop the game.
In fact, they just released the latest DLC for Dark Souls II and we’re giving away one code a piece for Steam and Xbox 360! Are you ready for a new adventure? Follow the... Read more →