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GTAV Heists Trailer

We’ve been long waiting for GTAV heists and it looks like Rockstar is going to deliver. Finally there is some proof that the team has been working on the online co-op missions. In the trailer Lester says, “I know you’ve been complaining but you weren’t ready” obviously talking directly to the players.  Along with the new multi-tiered missions, players will see new weapons, vehicles, clothing, and more with the future Heists Update. Watch the trailer below to get a taste of what’s to come.

Posted by on December 16, 2014 in Games, News 0 Continue Reading

Borderlands The Pre-Sequel DLC Plans

2K and Gearbox Softwares has announced that Borderlands The Pre-Sequel will receive four DLC packs afters its release on October 14th of this year. Each pack will be released for $9.99 each. but those willing to purchase the season pass will save about 10 bucks and get all four add-on packs for $29.99.

Posted by on August 31, 2014 in Games, News 0 Continue Reading

Review: Rogue Legacy (PS3/PS4)

Prepare to Die…and Laugh!

Rogue Legacy is an old-school indie platformer that doesn’t make life easy for you. After a brief tutorial it lets you get right to playing…and dying. Keep in mind that I am notoriously known for numerous deaths in video games, but this one is hard. This could be a turn off for strictly “new-school” gamers (the category I tend to fall into), but Rogue Legacy…kills you while humoring you and makes dying, often, much more bearable.

Posted by on August 5, 2014 in Game Reviews, Games, Reviews 0 Continue Reading

Hohokum Soundtrack Available For Pre-Order

I’m definitely not the most knowledgeable around here when it comes to games, but this definitely caught my eye. Hohokum, due out on the PS4, PS3 and PS Vita, has a soundtrack that is entirely curated by Ghostly International – if you don’t know what Ghostly is, just know that they’re a fantastic electronic label up in Michigan. Included on the soundtrack are the likes of Tycho, Matthew Dear, Com Truise, KILN, Shigeto, Osborne and more.

Posted by on July 28, 2014 in Games, News 0 Continue Reading

My “Personal” Video Game History

Games Get Personal

Every gamer has a different story as to why they love video games.  Different moments and games are engraved into our minds, creating our own personal journey through the fantastic world that is gaming.  This journey, in particular, is my own. So here it is…. My “Personal” Video Game History

Posted by on June 3, 2014 in Community, News 0 Continue Reading

Review: Watch Dogs

Good Foundations

When we first saw Watch Dogs three years ago, Ubisoft promised a lot; dense open world, hacking as a weapon, and complete control over a city. Even though Watch Dogs doesn’t completely fulfill these promises, it has definitely paved a road for a franchise to build upon.

Posted by on June 2, 2014 in Game Reviews, News, Reviews 0 Continue Reading

PlayStation Now: PS4 Beta Begins Tomorrow

The highly anticipated PlayStation game streaming app, PlayStation Now, will begin it’s private beta on PS4 tomorrow. For those unaware PlayStation Now is essentially Netflix for video games. According to a post on PlayStation.Blog “the Private Beta program has been going great so far” as it looks to expand to their next-gen system. Members of the private beta have already logged “50,000 gameplay hours.” They have also announced the PS3 version of the app will soon branch out to more PS3 owners to join the ongoing stress testing, and will begin to invite more and more on a regular basis. It seems as though everything is running smoothly down at SOE and I’ll definitely be looking forward to the full public release of the app.

Posted by on May 19, 2014 in News 0 Continue Reading