As one of the largest online retailers in the world, Amazon has seen a lot of set-top boxes come and go. They’ve seen what consumers like most, and are utilizing that knowledge in their own box, the Amazon FireTV.
The idea behind Project Ara has been floating around for ages: Why should I throw out a perfectly good smartphone for just one feature?
Thinking about treating a loved one with some jewellery this Valentines? Check out these rings, all of which will leave your loved one feeling great this Valentines!
In a time when game studios and games are getting the ax, it’s tough to see such a popular franchise experience the same. EA has cancelled the latest of the Command & Conquer series.
In this episode of The Geek Cave Podcast, Darrin breaks down Valve‘s plans for living room gaming PCs, Chad and Justin bring up questions about Sandra Bullock’s physiology, and a movie about talking babies gets reviewed.
WARNING: Some explicit language within. Listener discretion advised.
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Lionhead Studios announced that Fable Anniversary the remake of the best selling game ‘Fable’ has been delayed until next year. The anticipated remake of the game will be available on the Xbox 360.
A recent blog post, from Lionhead Studios mentions that “It’s not easy making these decisions,” the remake of the original game needs a little more time to be all it can be, so the release has been pushed back to early next year.”
I wholeheartedly agree with their comment on the delay of the game. If there is going to be a remake of a best selling game it has to be done right. The studio also said, “We’ve been working hard for the past [...]
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 you to be stationary for long periods of time, especially in the more populated areas of japan, where I would assume these PC’s will be marketed and sold. Lenovo will be leaning heavily on Sim City and Bio Hazard 6: Two very popular games that involve people sitting at semi-extended period of time. For a majority of their [...]
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 just the “Jake and I disagree about stuff” kind of sense (though we do. Tons of stuff), I also mean it in the “Jake speaks his mind regardless of what the masses think” kind of sense. Which is actually a fairly admirable approach to journalism. You all don’t need to be reading news, if all you’re reading is about how people agree with you all day. [...]