Posts Tagged ‘PS3’
In the latest episode of The Geek Cave Podcast, Chad, Darrin, and Justin go over their favorite spooky books, movies, and games in honor of Halloween.
There’s an old expression: “You can never have too much of a good thing.” Whoever came up with that didn’t play Batman: Arkham Origins.
The Avengers, X-Men, Fantastic Four, and LEGO. What could go wrong?
We all knew there was going to be a season pass for WWE 2K14‘s DLC. Now we know what’ll be included. In the video below, released earlier today by 2K, it seems the “sports entertainment” sim will milk your nostalgia for all it’s worth. Those who pay the $20 (up from last year’s $15, but […]
From the “Grand Theft Auto” clone, to now one of the strangest games players can experience, Saints Row has made a name for itself as a fun game with violent and sexual humor.
PS3 owners will not have to worry about buying NBA 2K14 and then being forced to repurchase the PS4 edition at full price if they decide to upgrade systems.
Rockstar has confirmed that the upcoming Grand Theft Auto Online will include an option to purchase items using real life money in the form of microtransactions.
Square Enix has released some screenshots for the upcoming title Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII. These screenshots show the return of Caius, having a successful fight with Lightning 500 years ago in Valhalla. Also revealed is Caius’s companion Yeul. These screenshots take a closer look at the buildings in the Wildlands and Luxerion areas. As well as […]
Prepare to deploy! EA has confirmed today that the Battlefield 4 multiplayer beta for the current console generation will begin October 1 for some and October 4th for all.
AverMedia announced today a brand new iteration of the highly popular Game Capture HD. This new model conveniently named ‘Game Capture HD II‘ aims to improve upon what the original Game Capture HD offered, and provide a much smoother experience to those unfamiliar with capturing video game footage. The Game Capture HD II while completely based […]
Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate released this week on the PS3 and Xbox 360 as the definitive version of DOA 5, after an earlier console release and the release of Dead or Alive 5 Plus on the PS Vita. If you like fighting games, and especially the DOA style, you’ll like this one.
Sony Computer Entertainment America has opened a new division focused on bringing Third Party IP’s to PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation Vita. Adam Boyes, Vice President of Third Party announced the opening of Sony’s Third Party Division during PlayStation’s Indie Arcade event at PAX Prime. Boyes also explained how the desire to bring Borderlands […]