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This Week In Video Games 7/2/18 â 7/6/18
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Friday, 6th of July 2018 - 07:00 PM ]
Video Games A lot has gone on this week in video games. Here is a recap of what we covered in the world of video games on the site this week Another week in the bag and so many more video games to look at and discuss. Even with the lull between major events that we are in at this point we still had a whole lot to look at and discuss. We had a lot of new gameplay show up for Assassin’s Creed Odyssey and Anthem here. We also found out a few other video games will be launching here soon or in regions we did not think possible. Read More...
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More Of The âNew Weirdâ Will Be Introduced In Controlâs Story
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Tuesday, 3rd of July 2018 - 01:00 PM ]
Control The first developer diary for Control is here to explain how the team went about constructing the world and story of Control So far, what has been shown for Control has been impressive and it looks like we could be getting ready for another great hit from Remedy. It does seem to tick off a lot of what we all have come to expect from the developer and now that their title will be coming to the PS4 on top of the Xbox One and PC, it looks like it could all be more promising for the team to do well. All that needs to happen now is to make sure that the world and story of Control work just as well as the mechanics and we are all golden for a nice new franchise to pine over. Not the loftiest of demands, but it is all something that we are all waiting for to find out the full details. Read More...
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This Week In Video Games 6/25/18 â 6/29/18
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Friday, 29th of June 2018 - 07:00 PM ]
Video Games A lot has gone on this week in video games. Here is a recap of what we covered in the world of video games on the site this week We have successfully made it through yet another week and a whole lot more to look at for all of the various video games coming out there. We were also able to wrap more of the coverage we had for E3 with Control and Just Cause 4 rounding things out a bit. We also had a chance to dig into some of those other video games out there that we happened to miss on the show floor like The Sinking City. Not to mention that we were also able to get out a review for Jurassic World Evolution out there to you all in the mix. Read More...
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E3 2018 Impressions â Control
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Monday, 25th of June 2018 - 03:00 PM ]
Control While at E3, I was able to see Control in a more intimate setting than just a trailer. Here is my take on Control. Another of the interesting titles that we saw get the reveal out at this year's E3 was Control from Remedy. It came at us all with a weird and unusual trailer, as was to be expected, and made a huge splash during the Sony conference where 505 Games opted to show it all off to the world. Maybe to hit home that their game was going to be on all platforms here or just the right place to unleash Control to the world. Either way, it was announced and slated to hit us in 2019 on the PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Read More...
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From The People Who Brought You Guacamelee!⦠Here's Severed
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Monday, 14th of April 2014 - 01:00 PM ]
DrinkBox Studios has announced there next title, Severed, and we have a trailer. When I hear the name Severed for a game title I automatically think survival horror or something alike. DrinkBox Studios apparently has a different idea with a FPS gesture based fantasy game. Quite a different stretch given the title but I was a huge fan of Guacamelee! that I will be willing to give it chance given my odd expectations. In fact, let us take a look at the first trailer for Severed and see how it is looking and how the gameplay will pan out a bit. Read More...
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Review: PDP's Collector's Edition Tron Wii Remote
by Corey Dockendorf [ Monday, 17th of January 2011 - 04:46 PM ]
By Matthew Dockendorf I recently received an awesome piece of equipment from the company PDP gaming. Many out there know them as the creators of Afterglow controllers. I got a chance to test one of their newer products, the Collector's Edition Light up Tron Wii remote. First of all, everything about it looks fantastic. The sleek black blue and white remote came with an easy open magnetic black collectors box, complete with rainbow holographic certificate of authenticity on the inside lid. I won't lie. Read More...
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Activision To Put Gold In Your Hands
by Brian Bentley [ Thursday, 12th of August 2010 - 05:19 PM ]
Yesterday, Activision announced a new hardware bundle for Goldeneye 007 on the Nintendo Wii. Goldeneye 007 is a polished up remake of the Nintendo 64 game of the same name. Revered by many, the original Goldeneye is widely considered the pioneer of console shooters and the harbinger of competitive multiplayer on consoles. Along with the game's November release on the Wii, consumers will also be purchase the game bundle with a Classic Controller Pro - a gold Classic Controller Pro. You know, if having a golden gun in the game wasn't enough for you, you can now add a gaudy gold-colored controller. Read More...
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Guitar Hero Warriors Of Rock Separates Your Reality
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Monday, 7th of June 2010 - 04:47 PM ]
After the reveal for Guitar Hero: Warriors Of Rock and the awesome new tracks, you may be thinking it may have been after E3 that we would hear or see anything further about this next Guitar Hero installment. Well since you are reading this, it is obvious that is not the case. There are still no further details on the game itself, but we do have a look at the next set of plastic guitars we will all be forced to pick up for Guitar Hero: Warriors Of Rock. Although forced might be a little harsh to say after looking at the new redesigns. Also keeping us interested in the new peripherals is finding out that they are interchangeable, which will lead to some epic custom plastic guitars. Read More...
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Monsters, Controllers & Previews, Oh My!
by Brian Bentley [ Friday, 12th of February 2010 - 12:44 PM ]
Skepticism reigned as I sat down to play Monster Hunter Tri, but it began to dispel as I took the new Wii Classic Controller Pro in my hands and looked across the table at Binh, who was joining me for some co-operative hunting on another Wii. Capcom is breaking ground bringing the immensely popular Monster Hunter series to the Nintendo Wii along with this brand new controller. Though the franchise is huge in Japan, but not nearly as well known here in Europe and North America, Capcom looks to indoctrinate a new audience. If what I played at CES is any indicator, they are off to a good start. Read More...
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Sony Motion Controler Delayed... Big Surprise...
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Wednesday, 20th of January 2010 - 12:13 PM ]
That's right. Get ready for that surprise. Just announced, Sony is pushing the launch of the new motion controllers back to this Fall instead of in the next few months as they stated at E3 2009. Not to big of a surprise as it was still in very early tech demo stage no more than a half a year ago. Even though according to the below press release, it isn't for development issues on the hardware side. But more along the lines of not having a large list of titles ready to go for the launch of the new controllers. I'm not to sure if I buy that, but at least it is a good excuse to wait on launching new controllers that will require a $40 camera as well as how ever much it will cost to buy them. Read More...
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CES 2010: Aggrogamer with GestureTek
by Brian Bentley [ Sunday, 17th of January 2010 - 01:46 PM ]
With immersion in video games a hot topic at the Consumer Electronics Show this year, we took time out to visit with Vincent John Vincent, Co-Founder and President of GestureTek. GestureTek has been refining and defining camera-based motion capture and control software for two decades.  During our brief time with Vincent we heard about their new software development kit (SDK), which makes creating immersive webcam games a breeze.  I also was able to go “hands-off” with their demo and see this technology up close.Expecting a huge setup, I was surprised to find Vincent simply pulling out a laptop with an embedded webcam. Read More...
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CES 2010: Sixense Takes Motion Control to Next Level
by Brian Bentley [ Wednesday, 13th of January 2010 - 03:42 PM ]
Of all the new technology seen at the Consumer Electronics Show this year, the Sixense TrueMotion motion control system was one of the finest on display.  Sixense had partnered with Razer the month prior and the established gaming peripheral maker wanted to show off the new goods.  Demonstrated on a PC, the sleek black units had much to brag about.The system consists of two black wands and a small tower. The wands have a directional pad and a few action buttons on the face, and while there is a feeling of weight to the device, it is lighter than a Wii wand. Read More...
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Resident Evil Now For An Alternative Lifestyle
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Thursday, 1st of October 2009 - 06:07 PM ]
Just to now follow up with their lack of counting ability, Capcom has just let loose a teaser for Resident Evil 5.2 Resident Evil 5: Alternative Edition. A game that seems to be much like what Resident Evil Director's Cut was to Resident Evil. A new version of the game with a few little extra added in. Enough extras to warrant a new edition of the game for consumers to spend their hard earned money on. But for this game, it honestly seems like it could be worth it. Read More...
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A Goofier Way To Look While Playing Games
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Thursday, 30th of October 2008 - 01:58 PM ]
Sony Patents Ultrasonic Waggle Controller Technology A while back, there was a video showing a motion controller designed for the PS3. It looked like the Dual Shock 3 controller only that it split in the middle to make for two fists of fury. Really cool looking. But now there is a new patent passed through to create a new motion and proximity controller by Sony. And the images proposed look really goofy. But the technology is actually kind of cool when you think and look at it. Read More...
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Rocker's Rejoice
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Monday, 18th of August 2008 - 03:18 PM ]
PS3 Music Peripheral Compatibility Update So the Rock Band/Guitar Hero debate will never end. The one where no one wants to say they are equal. Think about it, I'm sure you know a fan boy for one format or the other. I know I do. Well soon, Sony will be taking steps to bring these two giants together. Well a bit. Even include for some of their other less know or popular music titles coming out. Read More...
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