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Time For A Naughty Dog History Lesson
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Tuesday, 23rd of December 2014 - 10:00 PM ]
Naughty Dog is celebrating their 30th anniversary and the developer and PlayStation have a nice video to help educate you on where they came from If you just thought to yourself "I don't need a history lesson for Naughty Dog" then you are most likely the largest fan of the developer or you're an employee of theirs. They have had a long 30 year run that has been pushed and promoted pretty much all year. Now we get it pushed again as we have a nice long history lesson that shows you a 50 minute recap of where Naughty Dog started and are going here in the coming years. Read More...
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World Of Warcraft Celebrates Seven Years
by Corey Dockendorf [ Wednesday, 23rd of November 2011 - 12:16 AM ]
Seven years is a long time. Especially in video game years. Graphics upgrades, game engines upgrades and MMO's have the hardest struggle to survive in this market. Well Blizzard has survived all of these things and reached another milestone in the life of its popular MMO World of Warcraft. Happy Anniversary World of Warcraft! World of Warcraft's official Anniversary date is November the 23rd. So how does one celebrate such a milestone? Read More...
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New Halo Anniversary Trailer Says What's Old is New
by Matt Waitt [ Wednesday, 19th of October 2011 - 02:07 PM ]
A new "BTS" or "Behind The Scenes" trailer has been released for the upcoming Halo: Anniversary. The trailer shows off a lot of new stuff such as Skulls in Campaign, as well as Kinect and 3D support. I was previously on the fence for getting Halo: Anniversary, but after watching this trailer, I can honestly say I'm 100% sold on this. The aforementioned were not the only improvements, now there is easier navigation through the Library. Many of you perhaps remember - as I did - getting lost hundreds of times while the flood eats your face. Read More...
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Google Gets Pac-Mania
by Kevin [ Sunday, 23rd of May 2010 - 12:42 PM ]
To celebrate the 30th Anniversary of Pac-Man, Google has done one of the coolest things with their logo in recent memory, transforming it into a playable stage of the classic game. Though I hesitate to think that this will be a trend and will lead to more video game related logos for Google, it's good to see that when they decide to introduce something gaming related they actually make it interactive and not static. You can start the game by "inserting a coin" or by waiting ten seconds before the game starts automatically. Pac-Man has been one of the constants of gaming since 1980, and was introduced when the more popular games of the time were space shooters like Asteroids. Read More...
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20 Years: Sega Genesis Remembered
by Brian Bentley [ Friday, 14th of August 2009 - 10:03 PM ]
Today is the 20th Anniversary of the launch of the Sega Genesis (Mega Drive) here in North America. I’m sure you’ve seen plenty of articles on the birth and rise of the Genesis, its bitter fight against Nintendo and the eventual downfall with the addition of the Sega CD and the 32X. Most of them are tongue-in-cheek, which is unfortunate. Here is a humble recollection of a console that I never owned until recently. After my parents bought me an Atari 2600 when I was born, the next console I got was the PlayStation 2 I bought myself just after college. Read More...
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The 12th Anniversary of the N64
by Sam [ Tuesday, 30th of September 2008 - 05:16 AM ]
Yesterday, the 29th, was the 12th anniversary of the N64 and I completely forgot all about it. I wish I knew ahead of time so I could celebrate by playing all the great games I grew up with. But cheers to Nintendo for bringing 12 years of epicness into our lives and we the Nintendo fans hope to see another 12 years of great success. Read More...
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