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  • TitanFall 5 Hour Energy Leaves My Taste buds Happy

    TitanFall 5 Hour Energy Leaves My Taste buds Happy

    By Nick Hernandez, 26 Mar

    We have all been playing TitanFall non-stop and with the glowing reviews all around the internet do you really blame us? Well the good people over at 5-Hour energy seen us getting fatigued from playing TitanFall and allowed us the great pleasure of trying out their Berry flavoured TitanFall 5-Hour energy. Initially, I was skeptical […]

  • Vita Sonic All-Stars Racing Transformed free for PS+ tomorrow

    Vita Sonic All-Stars Racing Transformed free for PS+ tomorrow

    By Michael Lacerna, 24 Dec

    The Vita version of Sonic All-Stars Racing Transformed will join Playstation Plus’ “Instant Game Collection” when the PS Store updates this afternoon. The latest Sega themed kart racer was originally released last year to mostly positive reviews. While the game borrows a lot from Mario Kart (right down to stealing MK7′s transforming vehicle gimmick,) I […]

  • Konami wants to remove Skullgirls from PSN, XBLA

    Konami wants to remove Skullgirls from PSN, XBLA

    By Michael Lacerna, 07 Dec

    The drama surrounding the indie fighting game Skullgirls continues, as developer Mike Z revealed via livestream yesterday that the game’s former console publisher, Konami, is trying to get the game removed from the Playstation Store and Xbox Live Arcade. Why is Konami trying to get a game they published off of XBLA and PSN? Well, […]

  • Latest Mario & Final Fantasy games experience record low sales in Japan

    Latest Mario & Final Fantasy games experience record low sales in Japan

    By Michael Lacerna, 29 Nov

    Mario and Final Fantasy are two of the biggest and most iconic franchises in gaming, but the latest entries in both series’ debuted to surprisingly low sales in Japan last week. Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII only managed to sell less than half of what its prequel, Final Fantasy XIII-2 sold: the game only managed […]

  • Rune Factory, Lufia developer files for bankruptcy, closes up shop

    Rune Factory, Lufia developer files for bankruptcy, closes up shop

    By Michael Lacerna, 29 Nov

    Japanese development studio Neverland has closed and will be filing for bankruptcy, the company announced today. The small studio was best known for producing the popular Rune Factory series, as well as the classic Lufia games for the SNES. The sudden closure of the company is somewhat surprising, as the company’s latest game, Rune Factory […]

  • Indie Culture Through the Eyes of GameLoading (Part 2)

    Indie Culture Through the Eyes of GameLoading (Part 2)

    By Vincent Parisi, 15 Oct

    (Welcome back to Indie Culture Through the Eyes of GameLoading. This is the second and final part of a massive UberFeature. If you haven’t already checked out Part 1, I encourage you to do so now. ) There’s always the obvious explanation of why an indie developer would support a film project like this: It’s […]

  • Indie Culture Through the Eyes of GameLoading (Part 1)

    Indie Culture Through the Eyes of GameLoading (Part 1)

    By Vincent Parisi, 15 Oct

    Some have called the recent surge in self-publishing and the crowdfunding of video games to be the start of a “Golden Age” of indie gaming. When Indie Game: The Movie took a snapshot of independent development, it was during the early stages of a movement that would become much bigger than anyone could have anticipated. […]

  • Indie Spotlight: The Amiable

    Indie Spotlight: The Amiable

    By Vincent Parisi, 11 Oct

    This week is going to be a very special edition of Indie Spotlight for two reasons: For one thing, I’m changing up the format a bit and deviating from the standard Q&A to develop a more feature-oriented approach. The second reason comes with the heavy-hearted revelation that it will also be the very last installment […]

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DICE Europe: Will Next-Gen be the Last Gen? EA Thinks So

DICE Europe: Will Next-Gen be the Last Gen? EA Thinks So

We’ve heard it all before: As the next generation of consoles get ever-closer to launching, all the major publishers and developers gather round to chime in about where the industry is headed. For the past couple years now, the mindset has been that the next batch of home consoles will in fact be the last […]

Toon Link returns for new Smash Bros.

Toon Link returns for new Smash Bros.

Not a fan of the rugged, Twilight Princess-style Link that’s part of the new Super Smash Bros.’ initial roster? Well, you’re in luck — as with Melee and Brawl, the latest SSB will offer multiple versions of The Legend of Zelda’s iconic hero to play as. The official Smash Bros. website revealed today that Toon […]

August 2013  NPD: Apparently you’re ready for some football

August 2013 NPD: Apparently you’re ready for some football

The NPD charts for August are out, and there was actually some good news this month: for the first time in months, the NPD’s list of the top 10 best selling games were actually dominated by new releases, rather than older hold-overs from previous months. Madden NFL 25 came out on top for the month […]

Review: Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons

Review: Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons

Developer: Starbreeze Studios Publisher: 505 Games MSRP: $14.99 Platforms: PSN, Steam, XBLA (reviewed) When it comes to Arcade titles, I think we often temper our expectations at least a little bit; whether we’re willing to admit it out loud or not. The obvious assumption is that, because a game is cheaper, it is somehow inherently […]

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