Posts Tagged ‘gaming’
Check out the information and an infographic regarding the Call of Duty: Ghosts multiplayer reveal August 14, 2013.
Six new personalization packs available for purchase for Xbox Live members.
Throughout the video game history, gameplay and graphics have come a long way and we’ve seen tremendous leaps, but is it enough?
Over the last 25 years, video games have undergone quite an evolution that goes far and beyond their graphics and capabilities. The marketplace once had a very hard time identifying exactly what video games were, but now, they’ve become a market of their own.
Lenovo Japan in a recent press release have announced they’ll begin selling their very first gaming desktop PC, aptly named “Erazer X700”. This came as a shock to me that Lenovo would consider launching a gaming desktop in japan. The Japanese market is known for being one of the toughest markets to sell anything in that requires […]
The Game Fanatics Staff Editor: Jake Valentine Figures that of all the people to write up a bio about Jake, that it’d be me. At the present, Jake is a guy that lives in Cincinnati. He is also a guy that is not afraid to be wrong about games. I mean that in more than […]
New Gears of War: Judgment Multiplayer Video and Xbox LIVE Event March 3, 2013 with Major Nelson.
So this Wednesday, Sony will most likely be announcing the PlayStation 4. Is it good that I’m both excited and ambivalent?
Valve‘s Steam service could be the best thing to happen to console gaming, if Sony and Microsoft pay attention.
Paradox Interactive is releasing an expansion for their historical real-time strategy game, Victoria II, entitled “Heart of Darkness.”
The Game Fanatics Staff Contributor: Katerina Perich Katerina has been a part of The Game Fanatics for almost two years. After starting her own gaming blog, she teamed up with The Game Fanatics as a contributor to provide fresh and original content, attend and cover events, and help build The Game Fanatics community. When Katerina […]