All Posts by: Alonza Searer

By Alonza Searer, May 28, 2015 Microsoft, News

This is great news for owners of Microsoft’s Xbox One console whose controllers currently require an adapter to be purchased separately in order to use a headset with a standard headphone jack. The company is planning on releasing an updated… Read More »

By Alonza Searer, May 26, 2015 Microsoft, News, Sony

So far Capcom has only divulged that Japan will see a high definition remaster of 2002’s Resident Evil Zero, which was exclusive to the Nintendo Gamecube. Allegedly the game will release on the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and… Read More »

By Alonza Searer, May 26, 2015 News, Nintendo

Fans of indie games on the PC platform have been able to take advantage of the Humble Bundle deals for a while now. Nintendo has recently partnered with the same folks that have been bringing PC gamers those awesome indie… Read More »

By Alonza Searer, May 26, 2015 News, Nintendo, Sony

Indie developers Golden Ruby Games and Ripstone Publishing have announced that they will be releasing Extreme Exorcism, a “paranormal platformer” on Nintendo’s Wii U and Sony’s PlayStation 3 home consoles later this year. The game was announced last Halloween for… Read More »

By Alonza Searer, May 26, 2015 Microsoft, News, Sony

For Dragon Age: Inquisition fans on the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and Xbox 360 platforms the wait for the Jaws of Hakkon DLC is finally over as it released today on the North American and European online stores for the… Read More »

By Alonza Searer, May 20, 2015 Editorial, Microsoft, News, Sony

Yesterday Borderlands: The Handsome collection and Borderlands: The Pre Sequel both received new updates and according to users, the one for The Handsome Collection is rather sizeable weighing in at a reported 7.7 GB on Xbox One. Apparently according to… Read More »

By Alonza Searer, May 14, 2015 Editorial, News, Nintendo

  Fans of the Pushmo series of puzzle games can now enjoy the next installment on the Nintendo eShop for the 3DS handheld. At first we had only heard of it being released in Japan, but North American puzzle lovers… Read More »