Posts Tagged ‘games’
Charity work isn’t just a game, it’s hard work. But the reward of bringing joy to others is a whole new level of fun.
The crowd sourced Ouya gaming console is receiving some moderately harsh critiques from early adopters who managed to kick in enough cash to receive a developer version of the console.
The Call of Duty franchise has so many installments of the game that some would feel that the newer game releases aren't getting the popular recognition the franchise used to get. That may be a true opinion of some, but for many, the arrival of Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 was highly anticipated and worth the wait.
There’s an eerie calm surrounding the gaming industry as we head into the next generation of home consoles. So much so, that Sony Home Entertainment vice president Hiroshi Sakamoto in an interview conducted by Chile news site El Mercurio On-Line, had this to say. “Its still a big secret, but our Sony PlayStation friends are […]
In Dead Space 3, Isaac Clarke will have to endure some very frigid weather on top of the deadly necromorphs. Luckily, he has just the suit for that, and you can own one as well with this great statue from ARTFX.
The Xbox LIVE Marketplace has claimed a few more victims to its growing arsenal of vanishing XBLA titles, 6 of them to be exact.
Google is one step closer to taking over the world with it’s recent game announcement Ingress on the Android platform. Google has been consistently trying to reinvent the world we live in and the way we interact with it, and today they’re taking it one step further by creating video games to achieve their vision.
Welcome to Press Start! This is a weekly segment that dives into what we here at The Game Fanatics are currently playing. Feel free to leave a comment with what you’ve been playing or if you have any questions about the games that we are currently involved with.
Kicking off season 2 of TGFS with our NYCC 2012 Special. Katerina and Charles talk about all the fanatical things they saw during their time on the NYCC floor including games (God of War: Ascension, Hitman: Absolution, Tomb Raider, Remember Me, and more), cosplay, interviews, and more. Then Ryan and Charles update us on what’s […]
Being expressive about my interests has long been a fixation of mine, dating back to having every inch of my adolescent bedroom covered with album and concert art to scouring VHS store boxes for outdated movie posters.
Here is a VERY special episode of our show, coming to you from the city of Seattle, just outside the PAX Prime showfloor. We talk about our impressions and opinions on the games we checked out, as well as give you the lowdown on some interviews and debriefings; you definitely don’t want to miss this […]
Finally at long last NVIDIA has launched their ideal vision of the ‘budget conscious gamers’ Graphics Processing Unit (GPU). The GeForce GTX 660 Ti is designed to be capable of tackling even the most power hungry games but at a reasonable cost.
The PlayStation Vita (PS Vita) has declined in sales because of a lack of games. However, all of that looks to change after the recent announcement at this year’s GamesCom.