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Ubisoft Not Interested In Virtual Reality, Until Other Devices Meet Success

by Chanté Goodmanon March 28, 2014
Is there anything cooler than Virtual Reality? There are a few things, but not that many. When it comes to Virtual Reality in video games, however, some would say it’s second to none.
BlueStacks Brings Mobile Gaming to PC, MAC and TV.

BlueStacks Announces New AAA Developers for GamePop

by Brian Murphyon March 24, 2014
BlueStacks, the company that brings your favorite mobile games to your PCs and Macs, has announced a few new partnerships that could spell huge changes for the little company.

Nyko's new SHIELD protective Shell Case

Nyko Announces New Accessories For NVIDIA SHIELD

by Brian Murphyon March 16, 2014
Nyko, one of the main names in gaming accessories, just launched a line of accessories for the NVIDIA SHIELD on their website.


Jack Tretton Leaving Sony

by Alex Androskion March 6, 2014
Sony announced that Jack Tretton, best known to gamers as the executive who presented Sony’s E3′s press conferences since 2007, will be stepping down as President and CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment America effective March 31st.
This may be Samsung's next Chromebook.

Samsung’s Next Chromebook Brings Class on a Budget

by Brian Murphyon March 3, 2014
Chromebooks haven’t exactly taken the market by storm but that’s certainly not stopping manufactures from turning out new models each year. And with new information that’s recently come to light it appears Samsung may be bringing another one to market.

Steam Family Sharing now available to the world

Steam’s Family Sharing Unleashed Upon the World

by Brian Murphyon March 3, 2014
Last September Valve announced a program allowing family members to share their digital library with one another. The Steam Family Sharing feature brought the ability to share games without the need of a physical disc, something that had been sorely missing from the digitally distributed gaming world.


HTC One: One More Day, One More Leak

by Alex Androskion February 27, 2014
HTC hasn’t exactly been secretive about their new flagship phone, a follow-up to the well-received HTC One, in the works. Between a boastful event announcement taking a potshot at the Samsung Galaxy S5, leaked press renders and specs and even other leaked photos of actual hardware, the cat is pretty much out of the bag. But now, […]
The New MSI GX Destroyer

MSI’s Newest Laptops Will Help Destroy Your Enemies

by Brian Murphyon February 19, 2014
MSI, one of the biggest names in gaming laptops, has a new line coming to store shelves and they’re going to pack a serious punch. Dubbed the GX Destroyer Series, the laptops feature the latest toys from AMD. Both the 15” GX60 and 17” GX70 models use the new AMD A10-5750 (2.3-3.5 GHz) processor and […]

Inside Unreal

Unreal Engine 4 Visual Effects Will Blow You Away

by Brian Murphyon February 19, 2014
Unreal Engine, designed by Epic Games, was first introduced in 1998. Since then it’s gone through many changes and improvements to enhance the experience for gamers worldwide.

The Next HTC One Leaked, Sports a Gold Shell and No Physical Buttons

by Chanté Goodmanon February 19, 2014
HTC has kept us on the edge of our seats as we wait for their big announcement next month. We’ve had a few leaks, but so far everything has seemed to be kept well under-wraps, until now.

PlayStation Plus exploit yields free membership time

PlayStation Plus Exploit Gives Free 21 Year Long Memberships

by Brian Murphyon February 14, 2014
PlayStation Plus. It’s the $50 per year service that gives PlayStation 3 and 4 owners access to free monthly games, online multiplayer, online game save storage and discounts on the PlayStation Store.  But what if you didn’t have to pay for the service? What if you could get the service absolutely free?

Sony Boasts Lead Over Microsoft in Next-Gen Console Race

by Alex Androskion February 14, 2014
According to a press release received by Bloomberg, Sony is bragging that the Playstation 4 outsold the Xbox One roughly two-to-one in January in the United States, based on the most recent NPD report.

Shooting skeet

Betting on Glass: The Future of Mobile Gaming

by Brian Murphyon February 13, 2014
Mobile gaming has evolved over the past decade. We saw the birth of the Nintendo DS and the PlayStation Portable in 2004, both of which helped bring attention back to the mobile gaming world. Then in 2007 Steve Jobs announced the iPhone to the world. It wasn’t a gaming platform at first, but the introduction […]